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Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - knife

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With the Sandrin knives brand, Turmond manufactures the blades of its knives using tungsten carbide which, through a sophisticated manufacturing process, reach the extraordinary hardness of 71 HRC, while maintaining at the same time a high torsion capacity and resilience.


Combining the popularity of the western chef's knife with a shorter Japanese-style blade, the Sandrin Gyuto is born, the perfect cutting tool, ideal for mincing, and slicing meats and vegetables.


This handy kitchen knife, with a Sandrin patented tungsten carbide blade with StaySharp Technology ™, keeps a clean and sharp edge longer than traditional steel blades.


Intended use: kitchen utility


Total length: 300mm
Blade length: 180mm
Blade thickness: 0.91mm
Blade material: hardness 71 HRC polyhedral tungsten carbide
Handle material: polymer
Black colour
Weight: 136 grams
Country of production: Italy

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  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello
  • Sandrin knives - Gyuto Kitchen Knife - Tungsten Carbide Blade - 18 cm - coltello

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Brand Sandrin Knives
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Company Profile In 1977 Oreste Frati after a long experience in the production sector and in the commercial, he founded FOX Knives. The company name, FOX (the initials of the owner), English fox, it is most suitable for this young company, in such a short time, has been distinguished by the innovative and far-sightedness of his ideas. Successful ideas that have been introduced in a choice of quality materials, in a use of advanced technology and the detailed care of every detail. Despite FOX is very grown up, all production is still directly controlled and programmed by Mr. Oreste, Valnea assisted by his wife, his son Gabriele and specialized collaborators. And it is this happy combination between a consolidated professional tradition and the desire for technical innovation, which has become FOX Knives, a first-rate in view of the domestic and international markets. The Fox brand has added the FKMD - Fox Knives Military Division, dedicated to military and tactical knives, appreciated and used by many military units throughout the world. FOX Knives: the foresight of innovations, with a base of solid professionalism.

Article SK-GYUTO
Set Product as New from Date Mar 3, 2021
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discounted products No
Blade Length 18 cm
Handle Material Synthetic
Blade Material Tungsten Carbide
Country of production Italy
Carbon Steel No
Stainless Steel No
designer No
Rarity No
Materials and Finishes 8,5
Steel Quality No
Strength 7
Practicality 8
Aesthetic 6,5
Quality/Price 7,5
EAN Code No

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