Veark Santoku Knife

Taking what they've learned in crafting a single piece chef's knife, Veark applies its blade design know-how into a Japanese kitchen staple, the Santoku knife. Utilizing the same single blade construction and open handle design as their previous model, the entire knife is made from a single piece of stainless steel that has a hardness of 58 Rockwell. This makes for a blade that exceeds the hardness of typical Solingen knives and it will maintain its sharpness for longer periods of time. 


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