Global 6.25" Serrated Utility Knife
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Blade construction: CROMOVA 18 high carbon stainless steel
Balanced stainless steel molded dimpled handle, provides safe grip
Blade edge is ground on each side creating a straight sharp edge
For cutting bread or any other food of soft substance with a tough skin or crust
Hand wash with gentle dish soap & dry
Made in Japan; Lifetime Warranty
Global Knives have two most innovative features - their 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
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