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A 25cm laser with a differentially hardened blade made of 1.2008 and a handle made of yew with a spacer made of a brick from the 14th century. Read more..
This 25cm Gyuto has a differentially hardened blade made of 1.2008. In the right lighting conditions, a subtle but clearly recognizable hamon shows up. The geometry corresponds to a laser that cuts very easily. Accordingly, the knife must be used with a little more care. The cutting edge is only slightly curved in the first third after the choil. Therefore, the knife is equally suitable for all cutting techniques.
The handle is made of hard alpine yew with a stabilized spacer made from a brick from the old town wall in the iron town of Friesoythe (early 14th century).
As with all knives made by me, the blank is forged with optimal temperature control and forming from 60mm to 80mm thick starting material. This process creates a very fine-grained matrix and very small and finely divided carbides.
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35mm before the handle
Approx. 55-66 hrc
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Yew, stabilized brick from the 14th century
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