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Goko White #1 Petty 150mm
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Goko White #1 Petty 150mm Goko White #1 Petty 150mmGoko White #1 Petty 150mm

Goko White #1 Petty 150mm

Item #: GO-WKP150PT

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

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Our Price: $125.00
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
Like its smaller 120mm brother, this Goko 150mm petty ticks all the boxes for value, quality, and ease of use and maintenance. Constructed using the popular white #1 steel with a stainless cladding, this lovely knife looks and acts like a far more expensive blade. The stainless cladding aids in rust prevention and food release. The petty now comes with a nice upgraded walnut octagonal handle and a durable pakka wood ferrule, which is pictured, but not featured in the video. The steel is hardened to an HRC of 60 resulting in a blade that is easy to sharpen yet durable in use. All around, the Goko 150mm petty is a fine performer for a very keen price. We recommend this knife for both new Japanese knife users and general kitchen duties.

  • Brand: Goko
  • Blacksmith: Yoshito Yamakawa
  • Location: Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Method: Hammer Forged
  • Cladding: Stainless Nashiji Finish
  • Core Edge Steel: White #1
  • HRC: 60-61
  • Edge Grind: Even (see choil photo)
  • Handle: Walnut Octagonal
  • Ferrule: Black Pakka Wood
  • Weight: 2.6 ounces
  • Blade Length: 153 mm
  • Overall Length: 275 mm
  • Thickness at Heel: 2.2 mm
  • Blade Height: 33.3 mm

  • Customer Reviews

    Product Reviews

    5  really is more than I asked for, January 21, 2017
    Posted By: David - verified customer

    Having never owned a petty I did not know what to expect but was more than pleasantly surprised by this knife. The handle is much more beautiful that the photo. The knife was sharp out of the box but made quickly sharper with some stropping. Would I buy this again? Not unless I lose it. Would I buy this as a gift, without a doubt. In hand it has great balance. It is not a small petty but that is not what I wanted. I got what I wanted out of this knife. Thanks again Mark.

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    5  superb value, good oob edge, November 29, 2016
    Posted By: jon - verified customer
    3 people found this review helpful

    Beautiful knife. Maybe not all the way sealed at the handle but great value at this price. super useful little knife.

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    5  WoW!, January 16, 2016
    Posted By: Brian M (GopherBroke)
    5 people found this review helpful

    WOW is all that comes to mind when I attempt to describe this knife!

    Absolutely blemish free!
    There are no gaps, steps or imperfections anywhere on teh handle.
    If I was forced to pick it a a part... the mating of blade to handle is superb, but not sealed.
    Personally, I believe the handle is just a tad over-sized for this size knife, but it is very very comfortable in the hand. (would be perfect on a 170 santoku or a 210 perhaps).

    The nashiji (pear skin) finish on the blade is beautiful! I've seen Masakage Yukis' and TF's with the same finish, and this little knife will hold it's own among them all.

    The sharpness out of the box was 7/10, but being that's it's White #1 it sharpened very easily and it gets silly sharp! For a 60 HRC white steel the edge retention is also pretty good.

    The food release on the nashiji finish is great!
    I can keep the blade flat, put it through a potato and lift.. and the potato lifts off ethh board about 3/8" and them releases and falls back to the board.

    The tip isn't super thin, but it glides through onions (horizontal cuts), potatoes, radishes and many other items with ease.

    If you prefer a flatter profile... strongly consider the Goko!

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    5  Product Review, May 4, 2013
    Posted By: Kevan - verified customer
    5 people found this review helpful

    The Goko 150 mm petty is probably the sharpest knife I've ever seen OOTB. The cutting edge was mirror polished and would shave arm hair. I'm left-handed and the D shaped handle is very comfortable. The cutting performance is outstanding and the edge is easy to maintain on higher grit stones. The only thing that isn't that great is the resin ferrule, but overall, it is a high quality knife for the price.

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