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PUMA 7″ Santoku Knife
The Japanese term “Santoku” (San = three, Toku = virtues), which gives this knife its name, indicates its good qualities for cutting meat, fish and vegetables. The blade of PUMA’s “santoku knife” is nearly 18 cm long.
The chef’s knives from the PUMA IP range originate from a design by the German knifemaker and specialist book author Ernst Siebeneicher-Hellwig and combine high Japanese blade quality with the advantages of a modern design.
Each one is made with the greatest care from the best materials. The blade has 67 stainless steel layers, with the core made of Japanese V-Gold No.10 high carbon stainless steel (VG10). This is a very hard and cutting knife steel. The layers on the VG10 core consist of 33 layers on each side, with the Japanese steels SUS 430 and SUS 431 alternating. The blade is ice-hardened to approx. 60 HRC and features excellent edge retention that keeps the knife sharp for a long time.
The handle is made of warp-free pakka wood. Due to these characteristics and the high quality of workmanship, each knife is ideally suited for all cutting tasks in the kitchen. In addition, the functional handle-blade design supports the comfortable handling of all PUMA IP chef’s knives. To ensure that you enjoy them for as long as possible, always keep the high-quality cutting tool on a knife holder or in the packaging and please follow the care instructions that we enclose with each one.
Blade length: 7,00″ (178 mm)
Steel / hardness: Damascus VG10, 67 layers / 60 HRC
Overall length: 12,40″ (315 mm)
Knife weight: 199 g
Scales: Pakka wood
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