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The Global G-30 Gokujo Knife 21 cm is a double bevel slicing knife with a very thin profile, flexible blade, ideal for deboning. It smoothly penetrates through the bones and preserves the integrity of each
Global knives are perfectly balanced thanks to a sophisticated system. The handle with the characteristic little black dots is filled with sand and lies non-slip in the hand. As a result, the knives are neither top nor handle-heavy, lie optimally in the hand and can be guided safely.
Global knives have a long-lasting sharp blade made of special blade steel, the Cromova 18 stainless steel.
This is ice hardened to 58 Rockwell. After hardening, the knife blade is given a particularly sharp cut by hand by Japanese masters. The perfect and long-lasting sharpness is only possible by hand grinding.
The global blade steel Cromova 18 is hard, flexible and tough at the same time. The blade is protected from rust and, unlike most knife blades, is insensitive to acids and alkalis.
The Global knives from the G series are very convincing due to their low weight and perfect balance. This makes it comfortable and safe to hold and easy to guide. The seamless processing ensures optimal hygiene.
This knife is sharpened on both sides and is suitable for both right and left-handers.
Cromova18 Stainless Steel
Acute 15 Degree Cutting Edge
Designed by Komin Yamada
Made in Niigata, Japan
|Country of origin||Niigata, Japan|
|Overall length||33,9 cm|
|Blade width||1.5 cm|
|Blade thickness||1.4 mm|
|Alloy||Cromova 18 stainless steel|
|Handle length||12.8 cm|
|Handle material||inox hollow handle|
|Warranty on materials and manufacturing defects||Yes|