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Zakuri Blue #1 Petty 150mm
Zakuri Blue #1 Petty 150mm
Zakuri Blue #1 Petty 150mm

Zakuri Blue #1 Petty 150mm

Item #: ZakuriPetty150

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Our Price: $70.00
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Whether you are a seasoned user of high quality Japanese cutlery or a first time user of high quality carbon steel, the Zakuri 150mm petty is a characterful option that offers a lot of value for the money. The Zakuri features an Aogami #1 high carbon steel core. Aogami #1 is a premium cutlery steel renowned for its excellent edge taking and edge holding. Few knives offer the performance of Aogami #1 in this price range. The core is wrapped in an iron cladding that wears a black kurouchi finish. While the kurouchi finish will limit oxidation somewhat, the knife is all reactive construction so a patina will form during normal use. The knife has a d-shaped rosewood handle with a black plastic ferrule. As the Zakuri are hand produced knives, each one will vary somewhat from the posted specifications.

  • Weight: 2.8 ounces
  • Blade Length: 150 mm (5.9")
  • Total Length: 292 mm (11.49")
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 29.1 mm
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    4  Product Review, October 8, 2014
    Posted By: athomp63 - verified customer

    This knife rocks. As my first Japanese steel knife I don't think I could've picked a better specimen. Prefect balance and a good feel in the hand for a smaller knife. The edge is quite sharp, but I had to give it 4 stars because I had some trouble getting through tomatoes without squishing. Everything else has been beautiful.

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