Shun TDMS284 Premier 2 Piece Try Me Set, 7" Santoku and 4" Limited Edition Paring Knives
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KSTDMS284: Shun Premier 2 Piece Try Me Set
Calling to mind the handcrafting techniques of ancient Japan, Shun Premier possesses the grace and beauty of hand-forged knives of old. Every blade is made of VG10 steel, clad with 16 layers on either side of stainless Damascus, then beveled for lateral stability and incredible precision. Where the steels meet, a wavy line called a hamon is formed -- similar to the line formed when samurai swords are tempered using a clay-baking technique. The striking hammered finish ("Tsuchime" in Japanese) acts as a series of hollow-ground cavities, reducing drag and quickly releasing food from the blade. The walnut PakkaWood handles nestle comfortably in the hand, and the Shun logo embossed on the bottom adds balance and beauty to the knife, whether in the hand or at rest in the block.
- 7" Santoku and 4" Limited Edition Vegetable Paring Knives
- VG10 cutting core
- Pattern Damascus clad with 16 layers of SUS410/SUS431 stainless
- 16-degree convex ground blades
- Oblong PakkaWood Handles
- Hammered finish released food easily when cutting
- TDM0702 Santoku
- 7" Blade
- 12" Overall
- TDM0757 Paring
- 4" Blade
- 8.5" Overall
- Made in Japan
- Gift Box
UPC Code: 087171043302
This Japanese super-steel is known for it's ease of sharpening, ability to take a super fine edge, and outstanding corrosion resistance making it one of the best bang-for-buck steels on the market.
The exotic steel Capital of the World, Japan produces and innovates some of the best products, from pocket to kitchen knives and everything in between.
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.