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Misuzu AUS10 Petty 150mm
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Misuzu AUS10 Petty 150mm

Item #: MDA-P15J

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Our Price: $160.00
AUS10 is a stainless steel made by Aichi Steel in Japan. It has roughly the same carbon content as the ever popular alloy, 440C, but it is made with slightly less chromium, so it is a bit less rust resistant but a bit tougher. AUS10 has some vanadium added (which the 440 series lacks), which improves wear resistance and refines the grain for both toughness and the ability to sharpen to a very keen edge.

The highly polished damascus outer layer of soft stainless steel is made by forge-welding several layers of the steel billets before grinding and acid etching. It finally receives a high polish finish that is simply stunning.

However, performance is just as important as aesthetics at Misuzu. The finely ground and sharpened blade is extremely light and thus extremely nimble. It is very thin, yet not at a loss of control or rigidity. You will be surprised at how usable this knife is. It can take on all but the largest of ingredients. In fact many home cooks turn to their 150mm petty knives for almost all of their daily cutting and chopping needs.

The great looking blade is mated to a nice solid octagonal ho wood handle with a buffalo horn ferrule.

  • Maker: Misuzu Hamono
  • Location: Miki City, Japan
  • Construction: San Mai
  • Edge Steel: AUS-10 Stainless Steel
  • Cladding: Stainless Damascus
  • Grind: Even
  • HRC: 60
  • Weight: 2.2 ounces
  • Blade Length: 153 mm
  • Total Length: 276 mm
  • Spine Thickness at Base: 1.7 mm
  • Blade Height: 28.9 mm

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      Perfect Christmas
    Posted By: NOT-U - verified customer

    First time using a Japanese knive so can't give much of a review....but she loves them enough to kick her once beloved Wusthof knives in the drawer (properly sheathed) and these now sit proudly on the magnetic wood knife holder for all to see.Like others have said, not as sharp as I thought it would be, but it still cuts like butter

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