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Del Ben Primitive Knife: Cut Like Your Stone Age Ancestors Did

by Range
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Cutting implements have been around since the Stone Age, but this is the first knife that I’ve seen that seeks to replicate the experience of using a flint tool. The simple design allows for multiple uses in the kitchen.

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Created by Italian designer Michele Daneluzzo, theĀ Del Ben Primitive Knife has got no obvious handle. Its entire leading edge is a blade. You can use it to delicately slice off the skin of fish or to hack and slash meat as well as veggies.

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The top edge thickens into a rounded edge, making the knife easy to grasp, though one does have to wonder if the knife is more likely to slip out of your hand than one with a traditional handle.

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The Primitive was designed by Michele while he was a student at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, but it’s being turned into a real product by Del Ben.

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[via dezeen]

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