6 Piece Japanese Knife Set

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  • Brand: ‎FineTool
  • Colour: ‎Red
  • Meticulously handcrafted, each blade features high-quality steel, Japanese 7Cr17Mov stainless steel with improved hardness and durability.
  • Handle material: Pakkawood
  • The 6 Pieces Knife Set: The package includes a 1 x 8-inch Chef Knife 1 x 8-inch Slicing Knife 1 x 7-inch Santoku Knife 1 x 5-inch Santoku Knife 1 x 5-inch Utility Knife 1x 3.5-inch Paring Knife.
  • Product Dimensions: ‎33.5 x 4.5 x 0.02 cm; 1.26 kg
  • The edges are painstakingly hand sharpened to 8-12° per side, Super sharp V-edging edge on the blade.
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These forged Finetool knives are very sharp, and they tackled every type of chopping task we attempted with precision and ease. The Japanese kitchen knife set includes a 3.5-inch paring knife, a 5-inch utility knife, a 5-inch Santoku Knife, a 7-inch santoku, an 8-inch chef’s knife, and an 8-inch carving knife.

Outstanding craftsmanship: Full tang precision-forged from a single piece of ice tempered and proprietary liquid nitrogen cooled blade, high-carbon, Japanese 7Cr17mov steel at 58 Rockwell hardness, edge retention, strength, and durability. Beautifully engraved, the blade further features a hand-polished spine and ergonomic bolster shape for a natural and smooth ‘pinch grip’.

Ultimate sharpness: Mercilessly sharp, the knife’s Blade edge is painstakingly honed by expert craftsman, our knives have a 15-18 degrees/side cutting angle for unrivalled cutting performance, flexibility, and durability. Carefully tapered for minimal drag, the agile blade ensures swift, precise cuts with effortless ease.

Outstanding design: with satisfactory quality, premium materials, and high-end Pakkawood material to make the handle of the knife.

Pakkawood handle is hand-polished and laminated, Becomes very strong and dense, with excellent durability. The traditional Japanese D-shaped handle has been carefully designed which can be perfectly controlled in your palm and prevent the handle from falling off when using the knife Leave the palm for ultimate control, and then cut after cutting.

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