Boker Saga Santoku Knife 6.375" Satin Blade, Black G10 Handles - 131266
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With the Boker Saga series of kitchen knives, custom made in the Boker Manufactory in Solingen, Germany, Boker closes the gap and raise the topic "cutting in the kitchen" to a whole new level.
Boker's decades-long experience in manufacturing outdoor knives and the creativity of Danish custom knifemaker Jesper Voxnaes combine to present the concept and design of the Saga, setting a new standard in cutting and ergonomics. The transfer of the design into the culinary sector guarantees that working with the Saga will become a unique event.
The slightly curved (rolling) handles are made of indestructible G10, which is resistant to temperatures and humidity. With the first touch, the ergonomics become apparent. Every arc, every sweep in the line adapts to a point of the hand and communicates absolute control and an outstanding cutting experience. The wide, dovetailed end of the handle, found in the larger models, provides additional grip safety. The high strength is based on the full tang construction, which reaches from the tip of the blade to the end of the handle.
For the perfect cutting performance, a flat grind is used, along with the selection of the 440C stainless steel, which far exceeds the edge holding capability and corrosion resistance of conventional stainless steels. These ultra modern kitchen knives from Solingen are provided with a fine satin finish. This special grinding method upgrades the existing cutting performance, as well as providing extreme resistance against scratches, with the microstructure of the finish.
- Innovative and unique design from Scandinavia and manufactured in Solingen, Germany
- Satin finish
- Extremely durable 440C stainless steel blades with superior edge retention
- Ergonomically curved handles made of black G10
- Overall Length: 11.375"
- Blade Length: 6.375"
- Weight: 6.6 oz.
- Made in Germany