Almazan Custom Hand Forged Carbon Steel Chef Knife
The Hand Forged Chef Knife features a no stain, full tang Carbon steel blade that is durable and well-balanced. A chef knife is the most versatile cutting tool found in a commercial kitchen, and may be used to cut, slice, chop and mince. This Chef knife is sure to become a favorite in your commercial kitchen! The handle makes controlling this knife easy. It has a non-slip feel to it and is very comfortable. Highly recommended! Wood handle that provides solid and comfortable grip, with non-slip design even when wet, making each knife safer and more efficient. Perfect Kitchen Knife Suitable For Multipurpose Home Cooking, Cutting Meat, Fish And Chopping Vegetables And For Making Delicious Gourmet Meals Easily And Safely, Just Like A Top Chefs.
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The Process of making a Knife is usually more expensive, time-consuming and labor-intensive than making a stamped Knife. The blades don’t tend to bend or go in unintended directions when cutting firm objects, like a stamped Knife may do sometimes when you’re cutting a squash. The Use of the Forging Process for a Knife is to Ensure better-quality, more comfortability and its efficiency to use.
Carbon steel is famous for its feature of durability.
The shape of Wood Handle is so good and makes a comfortable grip
The Knife has 2 Bross pins on the Handle
The knife has high-quality content to give an excellent edge and sharp skills. stunning quality and durability
Tip: This is often the purpose of the blade . It’s primarily used for precision cuts and quick cuts.
How our Knives are made:
Our Hand Forged Chef Knife are made up of multiple metals which are fused together to create a single piece. The Combination between steel types creates those distinctive and beautiful patterns.
The Strength of carbon steel is directly associated with its quality. Our carbon steel Knives blend some high quality materials, and the forging process is meticulous to ensure that there are no voids, cracks, or risk of delamination while you’re working with the metal.