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Fujiwara Carbon Petty 150mm
Fujiwara Carbon Petty 150mm Fujiwara Carbon Petty 150mm
Fujiwara Carbon Petty 150mm Fujiwara Carbon Petty 150mm

Fujiwara Carbon Petty 150mm

Item #: FKH-02

Average Customer Rating:
(4.5 out of 5 based on 6 reviews)

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Our Price: $43.00
We really like 150mm pettys. They are such a sweet knife with wonderful and diverse capabilities. The medium length blade is long enough for all but the largest of ingredients yet slim enough to take on the smallest and most intricate detail work. They are light in the hand and fast in operation. The Fujiwara Carbon Petty 150mm is a High Carbon steel bladed knife made from SK-4 steel with a hardness rating of 60 HRC. This is a perfect knife to introduce you to the world of Japanese Carbon knives. You will be able to see if the increased care and maintenance required is something you can deal with but without the larger up front investment often associated with Japanese cutlery. This series of knives is also a very good place to begin learning the art of sharpening.

The grind on the 150mm Petty is quite thin without being overly so. The edge is sharp out of the box, and in true carbon steel fashion is able to hold that sharpness very well. In fact the compact and slim knife is perfectly suited as a slicer of smaller cuts of protein like pork tenderloins. If you need an good all round kitchen knife and are intrigued by the Japanese way of knife construction and use, this lovely item could be exactly what you are looking for.

  • Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Blade Length: 150 mm (6")
  • Overall Length: 270 mm (10.5")
  • Thickness at Heel: 1.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 27 mm

  • Customer Reviews


    6 review(s) WRITE A REVIEW (Reviews are subject to approval)
      best carbon petty money can buy, February 8, 2021
    Posted By: MR

    You may read my other reviews and wonder why I give this knife such an excellent value while less stars to much better quality knifes I have purchased from the same source [CKTG]. The reason being money plays a very important role when you review a product. For the money you pay for this knife; you get lots of knife. Very good quality carbon steel, decent sharpness out of the box, excellent design and sizing considered for a western person's hand size as it is intended. very agile, lite and handy knife of its kind. great edge retention, and again for the money you pay it feels like a gift from CKTG. Great thanks for such an excellent product. Highly recommended.

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      A+, November 6, 2019
    Posted By: Daniel Bozack

    ive had a few knives in this series. a 240mm slicer, a 210 gyuto(twice! one given away, and then re-bought), and now the 150mm petty. they are, in my opinion, the best value carbon steel knives anywhere. great for beginners, as they require minimal maintenance once a patina is set. excellent for line work because the edge retention is vg+, and can true with light passes on a basic honing steel. they are sharp out of the box, and delightful after a short tune-up. sharpening on water stones is a breeze. i have paid 2x for knives with less character and worse performance. these come with an ~80/20 right handed grind, which is the only reason why not everyone should have one in their arsenal. the f/f isnt perfect, but this is of zero consequence when it comes to efficiency and ease of use. if youre new to carbon steel, or need an excellent bang for buck, i thoroughly recommend this knife and the entire series. i will inevitably buy again, and it should go without saying that cktg provides excellent service and shipping

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      Get yo carbon on. , December 29, 2017
    Posted By: Bca.bbq - verified customer

    Picked up a cool trick from the cktg youtube and forced the patina with mustard and water made it look tough/help with keeping rust away plus it made a rad pattern. Other than that. The knife needs some sharpening out of the box. 150mm is more of a slicer than a petty paring style knife. Still good for small prep mise. For the price this is a good start to carbon knives. Fujiwara wins imo over mac,shun,masamoto etc. Yeah. Get one.

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      Nice petty, August 19, 2016
    Posted By: Chefspence - verified customer

    Great little knife. Good multitasker. I think I would prefer a little more board clearance, but you cannot beat his price. Fast shipping, thanks guys

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      Product Review, October 18, 2013
    Posted By: Jon A - verified customer

    My first carbon steel knife and petty. I love the smell, edge, handling and balance. I bought it mainly for cleaning pork loin and rock cod and it should be perfect. It certainly won't be lying around for other line cooks to use and will be left aside for special tasks. Next knife will be a sujihiki, perhaps a fujiwara carbon or or a misono Swedish for something more pure.

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      Product Review, June 7, 2013
    Posted By: EZ - verified customer

    Great petty for the price, fit and finish were good, sharpens with ease, lost factory edge after 1 week straight as line knife on dinner service but sharpened up nicely with ease. Pretty reactive but big deal, makes it look tough.

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