Seki Magoroku 10000CL Santoku 145mm
The word Santoku refers to the three cutting tasks which theknife performs well: slicing, dicing, and mincing. TheSantoku's blade and handle are designed to work in harmony by matching the blade's width/weight to the weight of blade tang and handle.
The innovative Seki Magoroku Composite Series consists of 8 blade shapes with double-sided polished blades. The beautifully finished blade is made from the combination of two different steels, which creates a fascinating contrast between the mirror-polished blade and the satined opposite site. The mirror-polished core of the blade is made from VG MAX Steel with a hardness of 61±1 HRC and the satined outer material from SUS420J2 steel: a combination that guarantees a high corrosion resistance and the long-lasting performance of these blades.
The production process of the Composite blades is based on a new technology in the aircraft construction sector and guarantees high resistance and extreme precision. The two steel grades are jointed through a particular copper brazing procedure. The subtle copper line remaining between the steel grades adds an additional special touch.
The slim tapering handle is made of light Pakka wood. Its form and its diagonal grain pattern impart these masterpieces a particularly light dynamic.
- Blade: Composite Blade Technology; 3-layer cutting core: Cobalt SP high carbon stainless steel (Middle layer), Stainless steel (Outside layers), Blade upper: High carbon stainless steel
- Material: Bolster: Stainless steel, Handle: Composite wood
- Product type: Santoku Knives
- Country of origin: Japan
- Dimensions (approx): 270 mm (Blade length 145 mm, Blade thickness 2.0 mm)
- Item weight (approx): 120 g
ABOUT SEKI MAGOROKU
Seki Magoroku series are handcrafted by skillful artisans, following the strong willpower of Seki’s knife and treating each knife as a work of art that is delicately and touchingly sharp. SEKI MAGOROKU series are crafted by Kaneko Magoroku who is the 27th generation of Kanemoto Magoroku, a blacksmith who is considered a master for the beauty of his work. The heritage has been carried on for hundreds of years.