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.
And again: the carving knife from the ZWILLING TAKUMI series allows you to enter a whole new dimension in your kitchen - both at home and in upscale catering. The 23 cm blade is made of 100 layers of premium steel and an FC 63 core. It is characterized by Honbazuke sharpening of the master craftsmen to allow a fine and clean cut of the most exquisite foods. The rounded edges, the individual damask pattern and the Micarta handle give an overall high-class impression.
Good balance, high cutting edge retention and basic sharpening do the rest, allowing you to tackle high-quality work in your kitchen with this premium meat knife.
Premium quality Japanese meat knife
- For fine cuts and perfect slices
- Convenient and compact
- Ultra hard blade
- Honbazuke sanding, created by master craftsmen
- 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: 230mm.
Handle: Fine Micarta handle
Maintenance: hand wash only
THIS IS HOW A MEAT KNIFE SHOULD BE
Long, sharp and well balanced - this is how a good meat knife must be. And this model from the ZWILLING TAKUMI series has all these features. The 23 cm long blade has the hardness needed to precisely cut almost any meat or fish into even slices.
BLADE AND HANDLE - A DUO FOR MEAT
This Japanese knife from the ZWILLING TAKUMI series opens a new dimension in knife quality; 23 cm blade in 101-layer premium steel and rounded and ergonomic handle with micarta shell. A highlight both visually and in terms of handling.
MEAT KNIFE IN A MYSTERIOUS GARMENT
It is 23 cm long, exceptionally hard at 63 HRC, and also has a mysterious design, the blade of this ZWILLING TAKUMI series meat knife. The damask pattern is often seen on Japanese knives. A grain that is created during processing and that is as unique to each knife as a fingerprint.
|Country of production||Japan|
|Materials and Finishes||7,5|