A Zyliss Knife

James T. Murray

The smartest blade we know.

Thanks to the inventive Swiss kitchenware company Zyliss, this spring’s vibrant color palette doesn’t have to be restricted to your wardrobe. The eye-catching salad knife (also available in red) not only stands out in an otherwise metallic crowd, but the plastic, nonstick serrated blade is also designed to easily chop lettuce while preventing it from oxidizing—meaning no more browned leaves, no matter how many cuts you make. $4; zyliss.com.