Chroma Cutlery Kasumi Titanium 7-1/8" Santoku Japanese Chef's Knife, Coated Molybdenum Vanadium Steel - KTB2
CH22018: Kasumi Titanium 7-1/8" Santoku Japanese Chef's Knife
Kasumi Titanium knives feature a titanium coating for the ultimate in stain resistance and durability. The blade is manufactured in Molybdenum Vanadium steel with 3 colors of Titanium coating - a material affording the sharpest edge possible by the combination of steel and Titanium. The outstanding edge of the Kasumi Titanium coated blades has been achieves by combing the best of advanced technology with the unsurpassed knowledge and expertise of the craftsmen making these professional kitchen knives. Their skills have been cultivated in the traditional Japanese techniques of sword making, handed down from generation to generation for over 780 years in the capital swords and knives. Made in Seki, Japan.
Titanium is non-toxic and doesn't generate ferrous ion, it prevents food from getting a metallic taste, allowing you to enjoy the genuine taste of food. Titanium is remarkably corrosion resistant and easy to clean and care for in daily use. Titanium is very abrasion resistant and protects the strong and sharp edge of the Molybdenum Vanadium steel blade. The combination of these materials ensures the edge remains sharp as long as possible.
- Corrosion proof in all naturally occurring environments
- Chemical and acid resistant
- More abrasion resistant than steel
- Non-allergenic metal
- Blade Length: 7-1/8" (18.10 cm)
- Blade Width: 1-5/8" (4.13 cm)
- Blade Steel: Titanium Coated Molybdenum Vanadium Steel
- Overall Length: 12-1/2" (31.75 cm)
- Handle Material: Black Polypropylene
- Made in Seki, Japan