RADA Cutlery makes different types of knives for different things you need to do around the kitchen. Sometimes you can get confused as to which one you need to use for what project.
Here is a short of RADA's classifications of their cutlery:
French Chef - a great, all-purpose knife. The larger curved santoku vs gyuto chef knife blade allows you to rock the knife on the cutting board for a more precise cut.
Paring - a smaller knife that is ideal for peeling and other smaller jobs. RADA makes several different types of paring knives: Granny Parer, Peeling Paring, Regular Parer, Heavy Duty Parer and Super Parer. The Heavy Duty Parer and Super Parer are my personal favorites.
Utility - a knife that is between a slicer and paring knife in size. A great all-around knife. Also great for use as a steak knife.
Bread - this knife has a blade with tiny serrations that makes it perfect for cutting bread and other foods with a hard surface and soft interior.
Carving - a larger knife that is used to slice different types of meats.
Slicing - used to slice meats, fruits and vegetables. Slicers can have plain or serrated edges.
Cook's - shaped like a modern Japanese knife. It is smaller and more manageable for some than a chef's knife. The cutting angle allows it to more easily slice meats and vegetables thin.