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Miyabi Artisan Stainless Steel Rocking Santoku Knife, 7-Inches

Miyabi 34088183

Features

  • SG2 micro-carbide powder steel
  • Authentic thin Japanese blade profile
  • Hand-honed using the three-step Honbazuke process for a 9.5 to 12 degree edge
  • CRYODUR blade, ice-hardened to Rockwell 63

Quick Specs

  • Type: Cutl:sant
  • WiFi Connected: No

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Zwilling is known as one of the oldest companies in the manufacture of knives, scissors, cutlery and kitchen utensils, which was founded in June 1731 by Peter Henckels in Solingen, Germany. Since then they have combined traditional crafts with the most innovative technologies. For them the best products are born with a human touch. Also, over time they have developed a variety of unique products, with very special characteristics, and adapted to each need. Today they are present in different countries such as the United States, Canada, Japan, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, etc.

At the same time, each factory has the same recipe from qualified employees, excellent machinery, top quality materials and expert quality control. In this way they can guarantee excellent performance. Their employees feel very close to the company to the point of calling it a home during their professional experience and this creates a strong sense of community that sharpens their employees to detect the needs of their clients.

Miyabi Artisan knives use traditional methods, they form an incredible combination between the past and the present in a collection of knives. They have a SG2 microcarbon powder steel core and a Tsuchime finish. They have a hand-sharpened blade with a finish like the true edge of a katana. The handles reflect a beautiful design. They have very sophisticated details, and the D-shaped handle provides excellent comfort. Handmade in Seki, Japan.

Features

  • SG2 micro-carbide powder steel
  • Authentic thin Japanese blade profile
  • Hand-honed using the three-step Honbazuke process for a 9.5 to 12 degree edge
  • CRYODUR blade, ice-hardened to Rockwell 63
  • SG2 core is protected by two layers and finished with a katana edge
  • D-shaped Cocobolo pakkawood handle
  • Hammered Tsuchime finish
  • Handcrafted in Seki, Japan
Characteristics
Color: brown
Country of origin: Japan
Substance: MC63
Type of handle: concealed tang
Type of edge: Fine Edge
Edge finishing: Honbazuke edge
Manufacturing method: welded
Number of parts: 1
Blade hardness (HRC): 62-64 HRC
Colour handle: brown
Substance handle: Pakka Wood
Measurements
Net weight: 0.82lbs
Length of product: 14.72in
Width of product: 2.99in
Height of product: 0.98in
Blade length: 7.09in
Handle length: 4.53in
Handle width: 0.79in
Blade width: 0.08in
Blade thickness: 0.08in

Quick Specs


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  • Type: Cutl:sant
  • WiFi Connected: No

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