Victorinox 125th Anniversary Limited Edition 8-Inch Chef’s Knife

Victorinox 125th Anniversary Limited Edition 8-Inch Chef's Knife

Victorinox 125th Anniversary Limited Edition 8-Inch Chef's Knife Rating:
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Product Description

8" Chefs Knife


  • Professional quality 8-inch multipurpose chef's knife for chopping, mincing, slicing, and dicing
  • High carbon stainless-steel blade ice tempered for maximum sharpness and edge retention; conical ground for wider break point
  • Blade stamped from cold-rolled steel; bolsterless edge for use of entire blade and ease of sharpening
  • Patented Fibrox handles are textured, slip resistant, and ergonomically designed for balance and comfort; NSF approved
  • Celebrates Victorinox's 125th anniversary with special Jubilee Etching on blade; hand washing recommended; lifetime warranty


  1. Rating

    Very satisfied with this knife…have been chopping/dicing for 30 years, and it holds it’s edge and fits well in the hand.

  2. Rating

    Slicing and dicing is such a treat now with my 8 inch chef’s knife. It is the one knife I go to to cut everything. It is a quality tool at a value price. And, if I had to descibe it in one word, the word would be AWESOME!

  3. Rating

    Good chef knife for the money. Nice feel and very comfortable on the hand.

  4. Rating

    Blade is very sharp. For example, it cuts open a watermelon without any effort. The blade is also thick and stiff and it doesn’t bend like the cheap stamped knives.

  5. Jean K. Mote says


    I bought three Victorinox knives based on a recommendation from “Cooks Illustrated” magazine. I am so pleased! I got the 3″ and 4″ utility knives plus the chefs knife. All three are the best of their kind I have ever used, and I have always considered myself a bit of a knife snob. The polypropylene handles are very comfortable and non-slip, and the blades are just right. They are really sharp and they stay sharp. The chefs knife is perfectly balanced and such a pleasure to use. And the best part of all, they are so affordable. You deserve these knives!

  6. Nicole M. Miller says


    I got this knife on sale and the pairing knife in the set came with it for free. I love the pairing knife and this item is exactly what you want for a value priced chef’s knife.

    It’s a great tool that is solid and cuts well. I don’t use high end knives, but this certainly does the job and is well worth the $25 I spent on the set.

  7. Rating

    I bought this knife instead of the other Victorinox 8″ chef’s knife (Victorinox 8-Inch Chef’s Knife, Black Fibrox Handle) because this one is advertised in the Amazon product description as being a forged knife, and it’s not (Same with the 7″ granton-edge santoku advertised as 125th anniversary- buy the regular one!). The linked knife is the exact same (except for the special-edition “jubilee etching” on this one) knife, but cheaper right now. Go by the description of the other knife and buy whichever one is cheaper. It is an awesome knife though! The weight is great and it feels very balanced, the blade is very straight and high-quality. Super sharp right out of the packaging. Some people complain about that the fibrox handles look or feel cheap, of course they’re not the most expensive looking but they don’t look cheap to me. I have seen and felt much lower quality handles as well as more expensive, high quality handles and I have no problem with fibrox, I like it a lot actually. This knife is 2″ wide at the base so make sure you have a long slot for it in your knife block. So the only reason I gave this knife 4 instead of 5 stars is for the misleading product description, which thinking back is probably my fault for not realizing right away that Victorinox wouldn’t put the fibrox handle on a forged knife, but oh well, I guess I’m out 5 bucks but this knife is worth it.

  8. Richard C. Palson says


    Victorinox makes fine products, and this knife is all that was expected. The price was excellent. One can’t go wrong with this company.

  9. Rating

    Extremely sharp out of the package, the grip is very nice and easy to keep a hold on even when it’s wet. The blade is a bit thin, but Victorinox gives a lifetime warranty on the knife, so if it ever snaps they’ll replace the knife for you. After being very underwhelmed by some more expensive Chicago Cutlery knives I decided to do some more research on kitchen knives before I made another purchase.

    While it may not look as stylish as Globals, or Shuns it looks decent enough with it’s mirror polished blade and interesting grip , and I really could care less what my knives look like as long as they function well.

    After buying this knife, I will probably replace some of my other older knives with Victorinox kitchen knives, and would definitely recommend this knife to others looking for good quality knives at an affordable price.

  10. Browneyedgurl says


    I already own the victorinox chefs set which came with the 10 in version of this knife. The 10 inch is a great knife, but a bit unwieldy for most of my home purposes. So back on amazon to buy the 8 in version. I bought this anniversary edition solely because the price was $5 less than their regular version. I am so glad I bought it! It works much better for me, is very sharp right out of the box and I like the anniversary logo laser printed on the blade. If you are on the fence about trying the victorinox line of knives, dont hesitate! I also own the Victorinix Santoku knife and it is my favorite. The blade is thinner than the chefs knife, which gives me more control with thin slices, weighs less and the handle is smaller. But every kitchen needs a chefs knife for the bigger jobs.

    My kitchen knives recommendations for the home cook

    Victorinox 3-Piece Fibrox Chef’s Knife Set

    Victorinox 7-Inch Granton Edge Santoku Knife, Black Fibrox Handle

    Victorinox 8-Inch Chef’s Knife, Black Fibrox Handle