The Hammered chef's knife will last for years and beyond and will stand out as the centerpiece knife of your collection.
Perfect for chopping, mincing slicing, and dicing. 66-layer stainless steel embraces a high carbon steel core to guarantee an incredibly sharp edge which will last a long time before resharpening is needed.
The design of the blade is a piece of art and functionality. The stunning hammered tsuchime pattern creates small pockets of air that act as hollow-ground cavities to reduce drag and quickly release food from the blade. Its military-grade material G10 handle guarantees lifelong durability and fantastic style.
The gorgeous hammered blade pattern makes this amazing knife the perfect addition to any home or professional kitchen.
As a masterpiece that needs to be handled with respect and care, each Drako chef's knife is equipped with a special wooden cover to preserve and protect the blade. This refined sheath will keep your Drako healthy and strong for years and years to come.
The Hammered Chef's Knife comes with an exquisite gray box making it the perfect gift.
• 8" blade length • Designed to ensure superior cutting performance and durability • Sharpened to a precise 16° angle on each side of the blade • 32 layers of metal on each side of AUS-10V core • Nitrogen-cooled for additional strength, flexibility and resistance to corrosion • 62 HRC
THE HANDLE • Military-grade material G10 handle guarantees easy cleaning and excellent hygiene • Designed for maximum hand control, strength and comfort • Excellent grip and very little maintenance • Ergonomic and ambidextrous for the best kitchen experience
Q: DO YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?
A: Yes, we do international shipping. Please note, all orders are shipped from our US warehouse and are shipped for FREE anywhere in USA (continental North America). Deliveries to other international destinations incur a shipping fee which is applied at checkout.
Q: WHERE ARE DRAKO KNIVES MADE?
A: The Drako knife originates from Västerfärnebo, Sweden and it carries the design and tradition of the Vikings handmade craft. The first knife was developed in this small Swedish village and since then it has become so successful that we decided to bring it to the US and introduce it to the vast audience. In order to expand the production to suit the needs of the ever growing market, we chose Yangjiang City because of its rich history and traditions in the knife industry. This city has been and continues to be a renowned hub for knife crafting for nearly 1500 years. The facility has a huge production capacity and skilled blade smiths which painstakingly assemble and craft each knife to perfection. In this way we can keep using high quality materials to produce premium knives at a reasonable costs for our customers.
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