|Whetstone, two-sided | Grit 1200/4000 JIS||+49,95 €|
The knife, which is made according to the Japanese tradition, impresses with its high-quality blade made of damask. With a blade length of 1 cm, this knife is ideal for preparing meat, fish and vegetables. The ergonomic handle promises easy and reliable handling.
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This high-quality Santoku knife is not a chef's knife like any other: the traditional Japanese shape guarantees safe and comfortable handling. The light but sharp blade allows precise pressure cuts without additional effort. It consists of several layers of damask, which can be seen not only in the interesting pattern of the welded composite steel, but also in its flexibility and long-lasting sharpness. The notches on the blunt upper surface of the kitchen knife also ensure that liquid that is produced, for example, when cutting juicy vegetables, runs down the knife edge instead of sticking to it and leaving it moist. So you can just continue cutting without constant rinsing.
Every cook, craftsman and artist knows: it depends on the right tools. The high-quality AP Donovan universal knife delights both professionals and amateur chefs with its quality and easy handling. Whether fish, meat or vegetables - this chef's knife knows how to prepare your food gently and precisely. Surprise your family and friends with professionally prepared meals or treat yourself to a restaurant-quality dinner. Experience a cooking experience like the pros.
Special knives require special care. So the Santoku kitchen knife may only be cleaned by hand and not in the dishwasher. Protect the high quality damask by wiping the knife with lukewarm water and microfibre cloths. Although the damask knife stays sharp for a long time, it also needs to be sharpened with constant use. This should always be a whetstone used. Sharpening steel is too soft and can cause damage to the blade if the pressure is too high. With proper care, this Santoku knife remains your long-lasting and reliable companion in the kitchen.