The world has gone mad over chef knives, which can cost upwards of $2,000.
While there are plenty of options available for knife lovers, the ones that are available on the street cost a lot.
That’s why we’ve ranked the best knife in the world according to cost, quality, and user experience.
With a price tag of over $2.6 million, the world’s most expensive chef knife is the Shun Chef Knife from Shun, China.
This high-end knife is also one of the most user-friendly, which means that you can take it to the office, to the gym, or even on the go.
It can even be used for cleaning and chopping, if you’re feeling fancy.
The Shun Shun knife is available in three versions, with the standard knife costing around $500, the Titanium version, which costs over $800, and the Carbon version, priced at over $1,000 for the first-time buyer.
The Carbon version is also the most expensive option in terms of cost, but it’s also one that offers a lot more functionality.
It has a locking blade, two interchangeable grips, and a full-size locking clip that can be attached to the handle.
The clip can be used as a knife grip, or as a hand-operated tool.
The blade itself is also quite sharp, with a titanium handle and a carbon blade.
The carbon blade also has a sharp point that can cut through paper and even glass.
This knife is definitely not the cheapest knife on the market, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t the best.
The only thing that you have to keep in mind is that it has a limited lifetime warranty.
You can buy the Shuns Shun Knife for $1.95 from Shuns website.
The titanium version of the Shunt Shun is slightly pricier, but offers an additional grip option.
This version is available at around $800.
It’s a little heavier than the standard Shun but offers more features.
The handle has a full titanium handle with a carbon handle.
A full-sized lock can be applied to the blade, and you can use the lock to hold it in place when it’s not in use.
You will also need to add a locking clip to the end of the handle for this knife to function.
You’ll also need a locking strap, but this is fairly straightforward to attach to the Shunken’s handle.
We recommend the Carbon knife over the Titanium one, and its price will come down the longer you stick with it.
The Titanium version of this knife is priced at $1; you can buy this knife for around $1k.
While you might be tempted to choose the Titanium model because of the extra grip option, this knife has a few drawbacks, including the need to be purchased from Shunkens website.
You won’t get a lifetime warranty, and if you buy the Carbon model, you won’t be able to attach the lock.
The best price for the Shunks Shunkened knife is currently the Carbon Carbon, priced $1 at Shunk’s website.
This model features a titanium blade and a locking grip.
It is also slightly heavier than other models on this list, but the Shungen Shunked knife is slightly more expensive, and it offers a longer lifetime warranty than other options.
The price is actually slightly less expensive than the Titanium Shunk version of that knife, and even the Carbon versions have a lifetime guarantee.
You should also consider that this knife also comes with a clip for the blade.
You have to attach it to your handle to work, and this knife can be held by your hands or attached to your backpack.
The tip of the blade is actually longer than the other two, and therefore allows you to cut through things like glass, paper, or plastic.
We like that this model has a clip on the end, which is a plus for most people.
The last option on this short list is the Titanium Carbon, which comes with an extra-sharp blade and extra-long locking clip.
You get a full Titanium handle with an additional strap that can hold it securely.
The extra-soft titanium blade is not the sharpest, but you won