CompanyTarrerias Bonjean
Lead DesignerMarie-France Ranchoux
Designer Yannick Blanc
PrizeGold in Home Interior Products / Kitchen Accessories/Tabletop

This series is fitted with all the characteristics of a high-performance knife: a full-tang blade crafted from tempered, superior French MOX27CO steel, high gauge (3mm), and professionally sharpened by state-of-the-art automated system with diamond sharpeners. In addition, this series presents 3 unique features which make these knives exceptional tools: 1) a black non-stick coat for a flawless use. 2) The ABS handle is secured onto the full tang using ultrasonic welding technology for extreme binding. 3) These knives feature the unique and revolutionary EVERCUT® technology which produces an extremely sharp cutting edge that lasts virtually forever, without requiring any sharpening ever. EVERCUT® is a true technological gem that required 5 years of R&D and resulted in a revolution in the process of manufacturing knives! TB created a new material from titanium carbide, one of the hardest materials on earth after diamond. Using a state-of-the-art laser beam (at a 7000°F instant temperature), we fuse this ultra-solid material onto stainless steel to create the cutting edge of the blade. This process allows us to combine the flexibility of stainless steel with the durability of titanium carbide, which results in an unbreakable, everlasting cutting edge. Independent British CATRA laboratory, specialized in cutlery performance testing, performed extensive tests on the EVERCUT® technology. Their results show that, EVERCUT® knives cut 300 times longer than conventional steel blades and up to 5 times longer than ceramic blades. And if you don’t trust the lab, every EVERCUT® cutting edge is lifetime guaranteed because at TB, we simply believe in our products. In short, these knives offer unheard-of cutting performance and durability, and feature a very unique and sleek look. It’s not a coincidence that the word “Furtif” translates to stealth in English, as the black on black tone, the faceted handle and the overall aerodynamic design have obvious parallels to stealth flying machinery.