Use: generic utility - paring knife
Blade length: 7,5cm.
Total length: 18.5cm.
GLOBAL Japanese knives are the favorite of Chefs in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world.
The first GLOBAL knife was designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada,
All Global products marketed by us are indelibly screen-printed with the Collini Cutlery logo (as in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to be sure of the quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and future privileged assistance on the product purchased by the Collini Cutlery. Which gave the knife he created a new and revolutionary design.
The main features of GLOBAL knives are:
- Lightness: GLOBAL was the first company in the world to make an empty steel knife in the handle. This feature allows you to reduce the weight of the knife by 30%.
- Manageability: thanks to the lightness and anatomical shape of the handle, GLOBAL knives lend themselves to continuous and prolonged times of use, minimizing user fatigue.
- Wire hold: GLOBAL knives are made using the best steels and the most modern manufacturing techniques. In the blades there is a high percentage of Molybdenum / Vanadium thanks to which the hardness of the steel reaches 56/58 Rockwell of hardness, consequently increasing the life of the wire.
- Robustness: being the GLOBAL knives completely in steel (both the handle and the blade) they are practically indestructible.
Awards acquired by GLOBAL knives:
1990 - Japanese Good Design by MITI
1991 - Selected for International Design Year Book
1992 - Selected as Best Cooks' Knife in Benelux
1995 - Selected as Best Knife by WHICH Magazine in the UK
1996 - Selected as Sharpest Knife by A LA CARTE Magazine in Germany
All Global products marketed by us are indelibly screen-printed with the Collini Cutlery logo (as in the image). This marking guarantees the buyer to have certainty on the quality, traceability, guarantee over the years and future privileged assistance on the product purchased from Coltelleria Collini.
|Blade Length||8/9 cm|
|Country of production||Japan|
|Materials and Finishes||8|