The Chroma Chef Robert Irvine Signature 7" Santoku Cnife has a Granton edge which features hollowed grounds on both sides of the satin finished blade. The knife tapers from heel to tip ending in a point with a very sharp tapered cutting edge. The full tang continues through an ergonomic POM handle for great control and comfort, secured by three tubular compression rivets. With a Rockwell hardness of 56-58, this stainless steel blade stays sharp far longer than most on the market and is very corrosive resistant. Great for any situation you'd like to tackle in the kitchen with the overwhelming authority of Chef Irvine.
For your impossible tasks in the kitchen, you need to rely on the chef behind Food Network's Restaurant: Impossible and Dinner: Impossible -- Robert Irvine. Chroma's Chef Robert Irvine Signature line exemplifies the qualities the chef embodies: strength, ease and endurance. Made from the finest layered Japanese alloy stainless steel, forged by the hand of a master and sharpened to perfection, this line holds an edge better than most knives on the market. The knife is extremely easy to sharpen and perfectly balanced, making them easy to use and maintain.
- Length: 12.50" Width: 2" Handle Height: 0.75"
- Blade Length: 7"
- Weight: 0.6 lbs
- Hand Wash Recommended
- 10 Year Warranty
Founded in 1989, Chroma Cutlery sells handcrafted Japanese-style knives mostly made in small family-based operations in Japan. All Chroma blades are made from layered Japanese steel and hand-sharpened by a master blacksmith. Chroma is renowned for delivering premium knives with the best out-of-the-box sharpness in the world. All Chroma Cnife products come with a 10 Year warranty, so you can rest assured your chroma knife is built to last.