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Global® Utility Knife

Anyone who's serious about cooking would do well to invest in at least one of these pieces, which are the ultimate in knives. One thousand years ago, Japanese swordsmen mastered the art of sword-making to arm their much-feared Samurai warriors. Continuing in this tradition today, skilled craftsmen still make each knife by hand, and take pride in upholding the exacting quality for which Global have become renowned.

These full tang knives, with their distinctive appearance, are favoured by high-ranking chefs in the most prestigious hotels and restaurants around the world. They are precisely balanced and hygienically seamless in their construction, made from one single piece of steel for maximum durability. This high carbon stainless steel is designed exclusively for Global knives. The ice-tempered blades are hardened and honed to a longer-lasting, razor-sharp straight edge, unlike the bevelled edge which is traditionally used in knife-making. Despite their superior quality, the knives are surprisingly lightweight to use, and delicately balanced inside with sand, for comfort and ease of use.

Cat Ref: SKU 13725

11cm (4¼") blade.

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