This Santoku knife from the Ferrum Estate collection performs the three essential cutting tasks a Santoku is named for: slicing, dicing, and mincing. The hollow-ground indentations help prevent food from sticking to the blade as you work.
The blade is forged from powdered metal for greater density and purity, with 61 Rockwell hardness for exceptional edge retention. The finished blade is hand-sharpened to a 16-degree cutting angle, with a convex “apple seed” edge. Because of Ferrum’s unique manufacturing process, the blade is less brittle and easier to sharpen than others of comparable hardness.
The handle is made from scraps of Pacific maple wood left over from furniture production. The egg-shaped handle profile offers a comfortable grip and greater control while cutting.
- 7-inch blade forged from powdered metal for greater density and purity
- Hand-sharpened 16-degree cutting angle and convex “apple seed” edge
- 61 Rockwell hardness for exceptional edge retention
- Reclaimed Pacific maple handle, with an egg shape for comfortable grip and greater control
- Hand wash and dry immediately after use
- Made in USA
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