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Utility knife | 13.5 cm | Magnolia

900,00 kr

Utility knife with 13.5 cm hammered, damascus blade in 67-layer Japanese hard steel with 'mirror' finish. The shaft is handmade in light magnolia wood and buffalo horn.

As a traditional Japanese kitchen knife, it feels very light and the center of gravity is far back in the hand.

The utility knife is also called a 'paring knife', and is, as the words suggest, fantastic for the slightly smaller ingredients. The knife is used to cut various small things in the kitchen, and it will quickly become your favorite knife in everyday life.

Use it when you have to cut or care for small vegetables, fruits and herbs. Also use it to cut or fillet smaller pieces of meat and fish.

The utility knife will quickly become your most used knife in the kitchen.

  • 67 layers of hammered, damascused AUS10 steel with 'mirror' finish
  • Handle carved in light magnolia wood and buffalo horn
  • 59-60 HRC (Rockwell hardness scale)

      Length of blade: 13.5 cm

      Shaft: Magnolia and buffalo horn

      Material: AUS10 steel

      Dishwasher safe: No

      We ship to parcel shops, business addresses and private addresses in Denmark with GLS. Shipping prices:

      • Parcel shops: DKK 39 ( Free for orders over DKK 499).
      • Business addresses: DKK 39 ( Free for orders over DKK 499).
      • Private addresses: DKK 50 (Returned to parcel shop if no one is at home at the address).
      • Free collection: Collection at our store at Volden 11, 8000 Aarhus C

      Read more about delivery here

      Our products are suitable and approved for food contact.

      See the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration's smiley report here .

      Extend the life of your knife

      How to maintain your knife

      A good knife requires good maintenance if you want to maintain its strength and sharpness throughout its life.

      Due to the hardness of the VG10 steel and the stainless capabilities of the damascened layers, you can easily keep your knives sharp for a long time if you follow some simple advice.

      Read our advice on good maintenance here

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