All knives on this website are original and manufactured by CCK (Chan Chi Kee) In Hong Kong.
These are NOT:
– knock-offs made in mainland China.
– fake “old stock” “before the logo was changed”
We source all our CCK knives directly from CCK.
Once you use them there will be no doubt whatsoever. They’re much sharper, have a thinner blade, and a constant blade taper.
The shipping cost is automatically calculated at delivery.
At the moment we only ship in the UK, but if you would like to purchase from abroad, please get in touch.
Yes, but these knives have Asian blade angles. You must either use specialized equipment approved by Japanese brands such as Global or be an expert sharpener.
Western knife sharpeners are incompatible.
You can pay Credit Card, Debit Card, Paypal, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Microsoft Pay.
WeChat and AliPay is also available.
If you prefer, you can also pay by bank transfer from a UK account.
We also have financing options with Klarna.
All our digital payments are processed through Stripe or Paypal, two of the biggest payment processors. We don’t have access to your credit card data.
All communication between your computer and our server is encrypted.
Usually, but not always. As this is a niche item, procuring them is not always easy, and there might be delays. If there are issues, we will refund
We inspect all knives before shipping and perform a paper-cutting test to check that there are no nicks.
If the knife does not meet your expectations, you can send it back and we will refund it within 14 days. If the item has been damaged and is presenting new stains or nicks, your refund might be partial or might be rejected.
The stainless steel alloy used in CCK stainless steel knives is optimized for blade duration, not corrosion-resistance. While it requires much less care than a non-stainless steel knife, it’s not as stain-resistant as cookware such as pots and pans.
We ship weekly, and delivery takes a further 3 days.
A Chinese cleaver has the same uses of a Chef’s knife. While it’s called a Cleaver, it takes the name from its shape, its uses.
With a Chinese Cleaver you must not attempt to cut:
– Coconut shells
With a Chinese Cleaver you should primarily slice, and chop delicately.
A Chinese Cleaver is a multi-purpose chef’s knife, used mainly for vegetables or meat without bones, for precise cutting and should be used in a slicing fashion or a delicate chopping motion.
A Chinese Chopper is a particular type of thick and sturdy Cleaver, to be used for energetic chopping on non-hard foods. The Chopper is ideal to finely cut considerable quantities of food.
A Bone Chopper is even thicker and has a different blade profile, to be used to prepare meat with bones. It’s not ideal for vegetables.
You should use a wooden or plastic (Polyethene) chopping board.
You should NOT use a bamboo chopping board, as it will dull your knives too quickly.
Glass is not an appropriate material for a chopping board.
If you want further advice for a chopping board, just write us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Of course! You will find a printed invoice in your delivery.
If you need a PDF copy, just write to email@example.com
Unfortunately, due to the Offensive Weapons Act 2019, we must require age verification during delivery and sell only to 18 and above.
The courier, likely Royal Mail, will adopt a challenge-25 approach: if you’re lucky enough to look under 25, your ID will be required.
Chinese Cleavers is a brand of:
71-75 Shelton Street