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Konstanz Kitchen Chef Knife w/ Wood Handle Japanese Steel Blade Knives 20cm

KONSTANZ 20cm Chef Knife VG-10 2.2mm Thickness

For prepping delicious ingredients when making creative gourmet meals, the Konstanz Knife Range by Carl Schmidt Sohn provides the cutting-edge trio of kitchen knife essentials.

KONSTANZ Kitchen Knives are made of the 67 layers of finest Japanese Steel and wooden handles are ice-harden and guarantee a perfect cut. Blades are made of high-quality material VG 10 HRC 60 +/- 2 and Equipped with ergonomically shaped with real wood that is smooth and slightly rounded for a comfortable grip allow a perfect grip.

The Konstanz knife will prove impressive in its ability to aid in a variety of tasks in the kitchen such as cubing, cutting, slicing or chopping of meat, fish or vegetables as well as disjointing large cuts.

Features

  • Konstanz collection
  • Forged from top quality Japanese stainless steel for exceptional durability.
  • With fine taper-grounded edges for outstanding cutting performance.
  • Full bolster and stainless steel end caps promote knife balance.
  • Hand-sharpening and handwashing is recommended

Specification:

  • Blade Material: Japanese steel
  • Handle Material: Real Wood

Size approx:

  • Blade:19.5cm
  • Handle:13cm
  • Total:33 x 4.5cm

Use & Care:

  • Choosing the Right Knife for the Job
    Using the right knife for each kitchen task is important—a knife that is too big or too small could result in a cut from too much force or over cutting, and a knife with the wrong edge for the task might mean a slip resulting in a cut.
  • Simple Knife Cleaning
    Use mild dish soap and clean water to remove bacteria and food residue from your knives. Do not let your knives sit dirty or wet—they may rust. A dishwasher will damage knives (dulling and rust) and can also cause injury if a unsuspecting hand is caught on the sharp blade, so always hand wash your knives.Never allow your knives to soak in a sink of water or sit dirty in the sink—allowing a knife to lay out unattended may also result in an accidental cut.
  • Keeping a Sharp Edge
    Many people might be surprised to know that a razor sharp knife is safer than a dull knife—dull knives require force that can easily result in a slip or surprise cut that can stab or slice a finger. Quality knives will hold a sharp edge longer than cheaper knives.Your knives should be sharpened about every 60 days if you use them on a frequent basis.