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Richmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mm
Richmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mm Richmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mmRichmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mm
Richmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mm Richmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mmRichmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mm

Richmond SRS-15 Gyuto 210mm

Item #: RichSRSGyuto210

Average Customer Rating:
(5 out of 5 based on 4 reviews)

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SRS-15 steel is an incredibly hard alloy. It is a stainless powdered steel that has 4 other important elements added for improved cutting ability and edge retention. The use of these elements (Chromium, Tungsten, Vanadium and Molybdenum) really boosts the performance of the steel in terms of toughness and over all feel. Of course this is a very easy steel to maintain in terms of corrosion and rust prevention.

Be prepared to be surprised by the outstanding out of the box edge on this very well made Gyuto. Bridging the gap between a classic western chef and a traditional Japanese Gyuto, the Richmond SRS-15 has a wonderful balance and light feel. It has an almost laser like flat grind. The spine is 2.8mm at the base and it morfs into a very nice distal taper along its entire length. The grind is extremely thin behind the edge.

The overall fit and finish are of a high standard. It has a simple but comfortable Pakka wood western style handle attached with 3 rivets and a stainless bolster. This gives the knife a perfect balance point right at the bolster.

The blade has hardness and resilience as good as any other, while its edge can be sharpened to a very steep angle. We can supply the knife with an optional saya. Just select it from the drop down box.

  • Weight: 6.6oz
  • Blade length: 213mm (8.38in)
  • Total length: 335mm (13.18in)
  • Spine thickness at base: 2.8mm
  • Blade height: 43.83mm

  • Customer Reviews

    Product Reviews

    5  Marshyn Lynch "Beast Mode", July 10, 2016
    Posted By: Ramon

    I got this knife for a day line knife that would allow me to go to the back after lunch rush without switching knifes and take care of whatever needed taken care of. Knife came sharp ootb and f&f was ready to go, for me at least. I love this knife. It might not cut everything the absolute best, but it cuts everything that I've thrown at it great. It keeps going without much maintenance and with a few honing swipes on an idahone or stone its right back at it. Other knives that I've try to take in the back and clean trout with the edge would need honed sometimes after every five lb bag, like my kanehide tk that I sold to get into this one. This knife is perfect for the situation i bought it for. It's stainless, high performance, and great edge retention. Had it between a month or two haven't sharpened it yet, although I don't exclusively use this knife. I have honed it but not that much. If it has a fresh edge before service, I've never had to touch it up during. Highly recommend it for pro user who wants a stainless option. It's definitely stainless from my perspective. For the home user, maybe... there is a better option. Also the knife has pretty great food release for a polished knife with no type of finish to aid it. It has a nice distal taper from spine to tip.

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    5  Still sharp, March 17, 2016
    Posted By: Brett M

    Home Cook. I bought this back in December 2015. I have used it 5-6 times a week in home kitchen use. I make up reasons to use it. I love this knife. I have only honed it (gently)on a ceramic rod 3-4 times but strop it on newspaper before or after each use and it is still maniacally sharp. Edge Retention: 5+. Fit and finish:4 (seams a bit evident). The $$ is in the steel.

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    4  Product Review, November 13, 2013
    Posted By: jon - verified customer

    its a great buy especially since many makers do not use this rarer Powder Steel SGS15. I owned the Santoku 180mm of this and its a real cutter. -1 star for the factory feel and its a little hard which equals slow to sharpen but great balance and feel

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    5  Product Review, October 12, 2013
    Posted By: Khunter - verified customer

    Great steel. I have owned the 240 gyuto for about two years, and the edge retention is amazing. All around great knives.

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