A new dimension made possible by our equally new premium steel. ZWILLING developed this steel and used it for the first time in the new TAKUMI knife series. 100 layers in Damascus design enclose the FC 63 core and ensure the superior hardness and edge retention of all knives in the series. Japanese and ZWILLING knives become TAKUMI - a combination with a tradition and a new chapter in the success story.
The TAKUMI premium chef's knife takes you to a new dimension in terms of hardness and thread retention. 100 layers of our newly developed premium steel and an FC 63 core have been machined into the 20 cm blade which - with its 63 HRC rating - achieves a degree of hardness rarely seen in kitchen knives, but without compromising flexibility.
In other words, his internal values are perfect. But in a superior quality Japanese knife, the design must not fall short of exceptional technical values in any respect. The chef's knife from the ZWILLING TAKUMI series impresses here with its beautiful and individual damask pattern right from the tip. An emotion that continues up to the handle with its noble Micarta sheath.
High quality chef's knife made in Japan
- For a fine and precise cut
- Comfortable and balanced
- Ultra hard but still flexible blade
- Honbazuke sanding by hand
- Unique damask pattern
Country of production: Japan
Blade structure: 100 layers of premium steel and an FC 63 core
Cutting steel: stainless steel, FC63
Type of sharpening: Honbazuke, symmetrical
Blade finish: Passive etching
Blade length: 200mm.
Handle: Fine Micarta handle
Maintenance: hand wash only
CHEF KNIVES - VERSATILE TALENTS!
If you like to cook well, there is no alternative to a good chef's knife. That's why you will find one in the ZWILLING TAKUMI series. Chef's knives are the ideal and versatile tool for a sophisticated kitchen. They are suitable for most types of food to be cut, fit well in the hand and are very sturdy.
ORIGINAL JAPANESE CRAFTSMANSHIP
The ZWILLING Takumi knife series not only sounds Japanese, but is truly Made in Japan. Japanese craftsmanship meets German engineering prowess in this set. The result is the six-piece knife set that includes ultra-hard blades with hand Honbazuke sharpening.
CHEF KNIVES WITH A DAMASK PATTERN - MUST-HAVE OR NOT?
101 layers of premium steel and an incredible 63 HRC hardness. In addition to these values, the TAKUMI chef's knife also has an extraordinary damask pattern on the blade. A must-have? While a good cut is still possible without these knives, if you value flawless looks as well as good technical qualities, you are on the right track here.
|Country of production||Japan|
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