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Santoku knife 18 cm Nordic kitchen | Eva Solo

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Description:The Nordic kitchen knives have been developed and designed according to Japanese knife-making traditions. The blade is made of Japanese Damascus steel (AUS 10) and comprises 67 layers. In addition, [...] Read All


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Name

Santoku knife 18 cm Nordic kitchen | Eva Solo

Year of collection

2018

THE DESIGNER

3PART

Measures

H 2 x L 31,3 cm

Material

Japanese Damascus steel (AUS 10) | Pakkawood

Blade length

18 cm

Cod.

515402

EAN

5706631182386

The Nordic kitchen knives have been developed and designed according to Japanese knife-making traditions. The blade is made of Japanese Damascus steel (AUS 10) and comprises 67 layers. In addition, the blade edge has a Japanese angle of 13-15° on each side. In combination, these features ensure maximum sharpness without compromising on flexibility.
The narrow spine makes it easy to cut through foods, although it should not be used on frozen foods or bones.
The handle is shaped according to the hand’s anatomy. The bolster is designed so that you can rest your thumb on it, allowing you to apply optimum pressure and for greater precision. The spine of the blade is rounded. The knives are extremely durable with a hardness of 60 HRC. 
The paring knife provides full control when cutting and chopping herbs and small vegetables. Its sharp blade cuts perfectly, which makes working in the kitchen easy and safe as you can slice and chop with great precision. Thanks to the shape of the handle, the knife sits firmly and safely in your hand, whether you are using a cutting board or peeling fruit or vegetables.
 

3PART

Simon Skafdrup qualified as industrial designer at Aarhus School of Architecture. He runs 3PART, which he set up in 1998 and which has since grown to become one of Denmark’s leading design agencies. 3PART works in the borderland between research, innovation and design and finds inspiration by looking beyond the way in which we live. 3PART is therefore not just staffed by designers but also by sociologists, ethnographers and engineers. This fosters new approaches that feed and stimulate the creative process. The aim is to shed light on what’s hidden and give it a new, functional and aesthetic shape based on the simple Scandinavian design tradition. 3PART enjoys widespread recognition in Denmark and Europe, the USA and Asia. [...]
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