- Ideal also for celery or carrot dishes and for apple puree
- Design: Metz & Kindler Produktdesign
- Material: Cromargan®: stainless steel 18/10
- Soft-touch handles
- Black Line is the novel WMF kitchen gadget collection with bent handle
- The soft touch handles fit ideally in your hand due to their anti-skid areas and guarantee working without fatigue
- The Black Line tools feature a metal loop attached to their handles for storing them at a hanging rail
- The fresh and modern design distinctly stands outs from existing kitchen gadget ranges
WMF is a leading international supplier of products and services with the focus on tableware and kitchenware in the consumer and institutional segments. WMF aims at setting standards. For WMF, success in the markets, cost-effectiveness and profitability form the basis for our ability to fulfill our obligations towards customers, employees, investors, environment and the public in general.
Since generations WMF tableware and kitchenware have been appreciated because of their functional and design qualities.
WMF maintains state-of-the-art manufacturing sites for cutleries, cookware, tableware, knifeware and coffee machines. The company founded in 1853 is a supplier of branded products meeting the highest demands made on design, quality and utility – throughout the world.
Cromargan® is the registered trademark of WMF for 18/10 stainless steel. Steel is refined by the incorporation of other metals which increases its utility. Cromargan® is an alloy of 18% chrome, 10% nickel and 72% steel. Chrome makes the material stainless; nickel makes it acid-resistant and adds gloss.
The composition guarantees best usage properties. Cromargan® cutleries are dimensionally stable, neutral in flavour and food acid-resistant. They are hygienic, easy to clean and, of course, dishwasher-safe.
Metz and Kindler Product Design, established by Guido Metz and Michael Kindler describe their own design philosophy as follows:
„Orientation to customs and habits such as exploring human behaviour that has been learnt and acquired over time is the point of departure. Being unrestricted in the search for what is necessary and unimportant, for new materials and well tried ones is the right path. Converting these thoughts into current production ranging from micro-series right up to mass articles and at the same time not losing sight of the logical, simple and plausible elements in the design is the basis of any product development.
This philosophy can be clearly comprehended in the designs of Metz and Kindler Product Design for WMF. Besides WMF, further leading companies in the field of kitchenware and household products as well as public transport and medical technology are clients of Metz and Kindler Product Design.