Chroma, a Japanese company, is a 'mercedes' in the field of making professional kitchen knives. Type 301 and Haiku knives are highly regarded and valued knives by both professional and amateur cooks, who have been using the reliable products of this manufacturer worldwide for years. Beautifully designed, high quality cutting tools are made from the highest quality materials - pure Japanese steel, high carbon stainless steel 301, hard steel 58 HRC°, hanoki wood, etc. The original design, extraordinary sharpness, functionality and the highest quality of Chroma kitchen knives guarantee many years of satisfaction with the purchase, which is confirmed by the numerous prestigious awards and distinctions they have won and the fact that Chroma knives are part of a permanent exhibition in the famous New York Museum of Modern Art. The knives from the Type 301 collection were designed by Ferdinand Alexander "Butzi" Porsche himself, who designed, among others, the Porsche 911 and Porsche 904 cars. According to his idea, the appearance of the knives from the 301 collection is supposed to resemble the body of a shark, which makes the knives a perfect, practical and beautiful gift for all those who love to cook.