The knife is about 18 cm long and weighs about 510 grams.
Porsche is traditionally associated with exceptional German quality and minimalist design - whether it's a sports car, an electric bicycle or a leather jacket.
Of course, not everyone can afford an original Porsche 911. But why not touch the creativity of the German brand's designers? This week, the company announced the release of a $240 meat-cutting knife.
Made in the classic shape of a real cleaver, the meat knife with Porsche Design logo is made of stainless Japanese steel Pure 301 and equipped with a steel handle in the best tradition of ergonomics. The metal tip that crowns the end of the handle, as well as several black stamped graphic elements are the only decorations of this brutal work of the brand's designers.
The knife is about 18 cm long and weighs about 510 grams. It is known that the first batch of knives was sold out in a few hours. Porsche promises to deliver a new batch to stores soon.