6" Utility Knife - Tahoe Bliss

Sale price$150.00

A versatile everyday kitchen knife, ideal for peeling, chopping, and fine slicing. Smaller than a chef knife, it’s great for switching between different sized fruits and vegetables, achieving more control and precision, and working in tight spaces.


Pickup available at Reno Warehouse

Usually ready in 24 hours

Town Cutler Tahoe Bliss Utility Petty Knife. Nitro-V stainless steel blade with blue and buckeye burl handle.

6" Utility Knife - Tahoe Bliss

Reno Warehouse

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

4850 Joule Street
Suite A6
Reno NV 89502
United States

+17754331525

Knife Details

Blade Length: 6 in

Steel: Nitro-V Stainless Steel

Handle Material: Live-edge Buckeye Burl in Blue Metallic Resin with Blue G-10 Liner and Nickel Silver Pins

Rockwell: 61

Weight: 2.9 oz

Spine Thickness: 0.070"

Blade Height at Heel: 1.3"

Read our steel and care guides to learn how to care for your knife.

Each handle is unique and showcases the natural variation in the wood and casting process.

Knife Use

A versatile everyday kitchen knife, ideal for peeling, chopping, and fine slicing. Smaller than a chef knife, it’s great for switching between different sized fruits and vegetables, achieving more control and precision, and working in tight space

  • A versatile size that fits comfortably in your hand and provides precise control when working with different small and mid-sized ingredients
  • Nitro-V Stainless Steel blade is durable and has excellent corrosion resistance
  • The gentle curvature of the handle provides a secure and comfortable grip
  • Easy maintenance and upkeep
  • Precision and all-purpose cutting abilities
  • Made in the USA
  • Free sharpening

Knife Care

Following proper care and maintenance will help prolong the life of your knife and ensure excellent performance.

  • Always keep your knife dry and clean!
  • Hand wash with warm soapy water. No abrasive sponges.
  • Never put your knife in the dishwasher or leave it soaking in water.
  • Dry your knife completely using an absorbent towel. We find paper towels work the best.

Important Information: All stainless steel contains some level of carbon, which is important for sharpness and performance. Because of this, light hueing can develop on stainless steel if not cleaned and dried properly.

Sharpening

A sharp knife is always safer than a dull knife.

When when your knife starts to feel dull, its time to have it sharpened. Learn more about knife sharpening for Town Cutler knives.

Customer Reviews

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Just a.c.g. (Reedley, CA, US)
Always pleased!

Well, what can I say, other than, ANOTHER great piece added to my collection!!! This is my 4th TC piece, and it isn't gonna be my last. Each knife they create is simply stunning. Plus they're super sharp, and make me enjoy my time in the kitchen. I Love TC!!!

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Dee M. (Spokane, WA, US)
Love my 6” utility knife!

The knife arrived quickly and is beautiful.
It cuts smooth as butter, I’m loving this new knife.
It was a bit of an extravagant purchase for me and I’m glad I bought this knife!

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Kyle S. (Herndon, VA, US)
Tahoe Bliss 6” utility knife

Hands down, the best knife I’ve ever owned. It is light weight and slices, chops, dices with ease!

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Jan C. (Carson City, NV, US)
Tahoe Bliss Knife Set

I had purchased a single knife from Town Cutler which was beautiful, sharp & easy to use. I found the Tahoe Bliss set on this company's website and decided to purchase them as well. I can't tell you how nice these people are and how easy it is to purchase, communicate and receive the items I'm sure you'll fall in love with. We love our new knives and will be purchasing more in the future. It's true, you get what you pay for & these are at the top of any knife I've ever owned. Enjoy but be careful because they are very sharp.

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Randy R.
High End Thin profile Blade A+++

Excellent blade steel and a great slicers.Super thin profile but still stout Not flexible for the thin profile. Most definitely buying another, paring or chef. I’m very impressed.