Learn more about Berti and Consigli knives

Every good knife to be such must be hardened in order to give the blade the necessary hardness to cut it effectively and for a long time. A hardened blade, because it lasts, despite the tempering treatment to which it is subjected to reduce internal tensions, maintains a certain degree of fragility, so if subjected to inappropriate or excessive use, it can break. It can also break due to falling if it takes a sharp blow. In particular, well-hardened knives will not tolerate excessive bending or twisting efforts.
To guide yourself in choosing the most suitable knife for your needs, it is good to know that:

- The full tang handle knives are more robust than the half tang handle knives.
- The full tang handle knives are less robust than the anchored whole handle knives.