Friedrich Dick (F. Dick) 1905 Series 7" Santoku
A linking of tradition and modernism, with the new edition of a historic design: In 1905 Friedr. Dick developed a series of chefs knives without the traditional rivets replacing them with eye catching collars. Linking traditional design and modern technologies is the new edition of a classic product.
Featuring a kullen edge that creates a cushion of air which prevents food from sticking to the knife, this Santoku knife allows for especially fine cutting and is perfectly suited for slicing thin vegetables, fruits and herbs.
It has a 7" blade, made of high-end German XCrMoVMn stainless steel that is optimally sharpened and a well-balanced polypropylene handle that makes it the perfect tool for for prepping sushi and other Asian delicacies.
For added safety and control, the perfectly-balanced, injection-molded gap-free hygienic handle ensures a secure grip without compromising comfort. This santoku also features distinctive steel rings and a half-bolster-finger guard for easy re-sharpening.