Rite Angler's Chef's Knife is packaged in a high-quality, black, clamshell gift box. Damascus steel is a famed type of steel recognizable by the watery or wavy light and dark pattern of the metal. It is beautiful and highly valued for its ability to maintain a razor-sharp edge.
Damascus Steel Chef's Knife
8" kitchen knife packaged in a high-quality, black, clamshell, gift box. Damascus steel is a famed type of steel recognizable by the watery or wavy light and dark pattern of the metal. It is beautiful and highly valued due to its ability to maintain a sharp edge.
THE PERFECT GIFT: These knives make a great gift for weddings, birthdays, and holidays. Damascus steel is beautiful and of premium quality. Our knives are perfect for anyone who loves to cook and can appreciate superior quality cutlery. Plus, it is packaged in a high-quality gift box.
CHEF'S KNIFE FEATURES:
Precision edge blade
Rite Angler watermark
High quality, 67-layer Damascus steel for precision, beauty, and strength
Handmade, HRC 62 Rockwell hardness, 100% Quality Control
12 Degree, razor-sharp edge
Comfortable to hold. The ergonomically designed, rounded Pakkawood handle will prevent slipping
VG-10 DAMASCUS STEEL DURABILITY: Rite Angler's professional-quality, VG-10 (Gold Standard) steel core is sandwiched between 67-layers of Damascus steel. VG-10 steel outperforms AUS-10 steel. It is more durable and easier to sharpen. This knife has a Hardness Rockwell of HRC 62.
PRECISION-EDGE: With a 12 Degree razor-sharp edge, our Damascus Steel Knives have the ability to hold their keen edge while also being hard and flexible. Excellent performance when chopping, slicing, dicing, and carving. 8” blade.
LONGEVITY: Highly resistant to rusting and staining and hold their razor-sharp edge for a long time. Rite Angler's Damascus Steel Knives are durable.
PAKKAWOOD HANDLE: Ergonomically designed. An engineered wood/plastic composite material used in knife and tool handles. It is largely waterproof and provides much of the same look and feel of wood. Warping and splitting are common in real wood. Pakkawood is more resistant to these problems. This material holds up very well for knife and tool handles, especially those exposed to wet and adverse environments.