Global 3 Piece Knife Set
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3.5" Paring Knife (GS-38)
5" Chef's Utility Knife (GS-89)
8" Hollow Edge Chef's Knife (G-77)
Cromova 18 high carbon stainless steel blade construction
Stainless steel molded dimpled handles provide balance with a safe grip
10 to 15° blade edge is ground on each side creating a razor sharp edge
Rockwell Hardness of 56-58°; hand wash with gentle dish soap and dry
Made in Japan with a lifetime warranty
Global Knives have two most innovative features, the edge and the way they are balanced. The most important feature of any knife is its edge. The blade is made from one of the finest steels, Cromova 18 stainless steel. This special steel is ice-tempered and hardened to a Rockwell Hardness of 56-58, which remains razor sharp longer than any other steel and resists rust, stains and corrosion. The blade edge is ground on both sides of the blade like western style blades; however the edge is ground to a straight point rather than a beveled edge which results in a razor sharp edge that will stay sharper longer. To balance the blade, all Global knives have a unique hollow handle filled with the right amount of sand to create the perfect balance. Global knives are truly unique. Made in Japan with a lifetime warranty.
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Global Knives: The Story of Mr. Global (Mino Tsuchida)
An inspiring story of how Global Knives began. See how a daring knife design concept became a global phenomenon. Learn the story of why Global knives have an all-stainless design.
Global Knife Sharpness - Catra Machine Testing
A look at Mino Tsuchida's journey to create the world best kitchen knives. The Catra Machine testing method is considered the gold standard a knife's edge retention and sharpness.
How Global Knives Are Made In Japan
See how Global knives are made in Japan. Extremely rare footage of founder Mino Tsuchida, explaining the process of how Global knives are made, and his ultimate design philosophy behind Global knives.