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"Atlantis" 8in (203mm) k-tip gyuto chef knife. The lost city of legend, sunken far beneath the waves to lay out of human sight for millennia is still very much lost; but after compiling data from descriptions in ancient texts to more recent claims, I had distilled the beauty and grandeur of the ancient city into a most magnificent chef knife. The bright blue resin reflects the brilliant waters that surround the city, lights illuminating the ocean waters to this unreal hue, with flakes of gold mirroring the success and abundance that mark the legend, and the glossy finish serving as a force field that keeps the underwater city in business til this very day. This is a true sunken treasure of the deep - the depths of your passion.
The blade is a full flat grind, and has a distal taper. It is ground thin at the edge, measuring between 0.25-0.30mm thin behind the cutting edge.⠀⠀
The blade is made from CPM S35VN hardened to 60 HRC. S35VN is the best stainless steel available for chef knife blades, combining high hardness and toughness. S35VN blades should be sharpened with a water stone, synthetic stone, or diamond. Do not use a honing steel on this blade. The edge angle is sharpened to 15 degrees and then stropped to a super sharp finish. The blade is 8” (203 mm) long, 2.08” (53 mm) tall, 0.1” (2.5 mm) thick at the spine, and 0.25-0.30mm thin behind the cutting edge. Total length of the knife is 13.19” (335 mm).
The gyuto blade is made from S35VN high hardness stainless steel. Our handles are a hybrid style that makes them extremely comfortable to use, no matter your knife grip preference. An ambidextrous recess at the bolster area improves pinch grip comfort and stability. The full handle also provides plenty of space for a standard grip.
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