The Kai Shun Tim Mälzer nakiri knife is designed by top chef Tim Mälzer. These knives are made with Kai's famous damasque-layered metal, combined with a very hard core of VG-MAX steel. The core of the blade is rust-resistant on the outside with 32 layers of damasque steel. The hardness of these knives is 61 ± 1 HRC, which is exceptionally hard. As a result they retain their sharpness very long. The handle is made of brown walnut wood and is very comfortable in the hand for both lefties and righties. This paring knife is ideal for peeling fruit and vegetables such as potatoes and apples. All in all a beautiful functional addition to your kitchen.
Kai Shun Tim Mälzer: a wonderful combination of Japanese craftsmanship and European ergonomics
”A good knife makes cutting easier and also determines the end-result.”. Tim Mälzer is a wise man! They have kept his quote in mind while creating this knife series. From the bread knife to the Santoku; all knives have the combination of optimal functionality and timeless design perfectly put together. The perfectly symmetrical shape of the walnut wood handle guarantees perfect cutting properties for lefties and righties.
|Right or left-handed||symmetrical|
|Type of edge||plain edge|
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