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Daovua Pipeline Steel Honesuki
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Daovua Pipeline Steel Honesuki

Item #: Pipeline-Honesuki

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We started working with this fledgling Vietnamese company just over a year ago when their first offerings were best described as project knives! But with our input and the blacksmith’s willingness to listen and learn, the quality of their blades and handles has improved immensely.

As the name suggests, the blades are made from old pipeline steel recycled from the oil and gas industry. The carbon steel makes good kitchen knife steel.

Honesuki knives are boning knives specifically designed for parting out poultry. These blades are stiff and robust with pointed tips and a triangular profile. This design enables the user to get into the tightest places and strip meat from bone with a precision no other blade can achieve. It is knife similar to the torigarasuki/garasuki.

The kurouchi finish on the blade is smooth and well finished. And while the fit and finish are not stellar, the actual grinds of these low cost blades are rather special. The heat treatment is also of a very respectable quality. These are pretty basic blades that will make a great intro knife for a new chef, a project knife for budding sharpeners or home cooks looking for their first experience with carbon blades.



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  The Ideal Honesuki, June 24, 2020
Posted By: Corlin Merddings - verified customer

I love everything about this knife: upcycled steel, beautiful octagonal handle, near perfect balance and weight. Pretty sharp ootb; good blend of precision and rustic durability that is absolutely perfect for breaking down proteins or just as utility knife. Keep it dry if you can!


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  Good value with caveat, June 11, 2020
Posted By: Wade McClain

For the price this is a beautiful knife with a lot of character. The balance and weight of the blade as well as the fit and finish of the handle are quite nice. Be willing to put in some time on the stones as the grind was hilariously uneven and the steel a bit finicky to get a good edge on even with some work. The leaf spring steel on their other line seems a bit easier to work with.

After a few uses it seems to be holding up relatively well but if you're looking for something you can start using straight away it would be a good idea to look at another brand or maybe go for the CKTG sharpening service.


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