Tojiro Pro Flash 63 Layer Damascus Steel Peeling Knife 7cm
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Features of the Pro Flash Series Pro Peeling Knife 7cm
Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty
Handcrafted in Niigata, Japan
Razor sharp with 60° Rockwell hardness
Well balanced and comfortable handle
Highest quality steel that is hand polished for an impeccable finish
Pro Flash Series
The Tojiro Professional Flash Series features a blade folded and forged construction of 63 layers of Damascus steel.
Due to the thin layer of VG-10 steel in its centre it allows the blade to be extremely hard and sharp while retaining its flexibility and strength.
Over a thousand years ago Japanese sword smiths crafted swords for the Samurai which needed to be extremely strong, durable and sharp. These same traditional sword wielding techniques have been adopted in the Tojiro Professional Flash Series.
With a Rockwell rating of 61, these Damascus knives embody incredibly sharp edges which can only be found in the best of blades.
The beautifully crafted Micarta handles are embedded with stainless steel and are made from linen and synthetic resin compounded by extreme amounts of pressure and heat creating a wood-like grain and feel giving it the highest level of durability.
Owner of the three Michelin stars restaurant The Fat Duck, voted No. 1 in The World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2005.
"The knives I use for their precision, quality and design."
For over one thousand years, Japanese sword and knife makers have been renowned for crafting the world’s sharpest, hardest and most refined blades.Tojiro, one of Japan’s top knife makers, still follows ancient techniques handed down by generations of master smiths to handcraft knives for the 21st century.
All Tojiro knives are painstakingly made at their Niigata, Japan factory. Tojiro knives are the #1 selling brand for professional in Japan. Heston Blumenthal chooses Tojiro Knives above all others for their precision, quality and design.
Great knife for the price, but really a great knife at any price. They happened to come when my son was home from J& W in Rhode Island where he studies culinary arts, so he knows his knives. First thing he did was grab it and start shaving the hairs off his arm, which apparently this is the test for out of the box sharpness. He thought they were perfectly balanced.