Sure, regular knives do the job too, but don’t you want to be able to cut faster and with less strain on your hands?

Everybody loves to have the latest gadgets, and if you’re one of those people who enjoys cooking – then you probably want to have the latest kitchen tools. I’m sure you’ve purchased everything to make your cooking as convenient and efficient as possible such as a high-end microwave, electric mixer, food processor and a set of high quality cutlery. But do you have a cordless knife in your kitchen tool collection?

So, why would you be missing out if you don’t have one and since you have a set of regular knives that do the job? Sure, regular knives do the job too, but don’t you want to be able to cut faster and with less strain on your hands? Don’t you want to slice up a piece of meat, easily evenly and flawlessly? Don’t you want convenience? If your answer is yes to all three questions, then you’re going to want to get a cordless knife. I can assure you that it is a worthy investment. Soon enough you’ll be using it more than you would your regular knives.

Unless you’re like a samurai when handling a knife, you won’t be able to slice into anything effortlessly and perfectly as you would when you have an electric cordless knife in your hand.  Every time you use it to slice, be it meat, poultry, fish, or any dish that needs cutting, it does it perfectly. It doesn’t deform the slices at all. This is because two serrated blades are attached to a small internal motor, and when turned on the blades move in opposite directions. The blades are sawing with the equal force in both directions. All you have to do is gently push downwards and you’ll get a perfect cut each and every time.

Now, why a cordless knife? Electric knives started out with cords for plugging, but now they’s cordless in order to avoid any hassle. You don’t need to look for an outlet to plug into. Imagine you have a party and you have a block of ham in the middle of the dining table and the guests are all waiting for you to start slicing. So, you get your electric knife and there isn’t an outlet nearby. The alternative is to get your regular knife out. I’m sure the slices aren’t going to be even and perfect, and each slice will definitely take more effort and time than usual. By the time you finish, you’ll be much more tired than if you used an electric knife.  And let’s not mention Carpal-Tunnel Syndrome – that bane of your existence as a cook or chef.  With a cordless electric knife you won’t get tired, each slice is perfect, and you’ll be done quickly so you can move onto the more important aspects of cooking.