8'' Cleaver Knife Wooden Handle
8'' Cleaver Knife Wooden Handle
8'' Cleaver Knife Wooden Handle

8" Cleaver Knife Wooden Handle

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Model: No. 21KK
Blade length: 190mm
Handle length: 122mm
Overall length: 312mm
Blade width: 61mm
Blade thickness: 1mm
Handle thickness: 13mm
Handle height: 26mm
Weight in package: 175g

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21KK - Kom-Kom 8" cleaver knife with a wooden handle.

The 21KK's profile is somewhere between a traditional chef's knife and a Chinese cleaver.  The blade is 1mm thick and the cutting edge has a double bevel so this knife has no problem slicing through vegetables and meat. The wide blade is 61mm and so it has a good surface area for picking up ingredients that have been chopped or sliced.  Unlike a traditional Chinese cleaver, the 21KK has a pointed tip.

The blade is made from Japanese high carbon martensitic stainless steel (SUS420J2) which has been hardened and tempered for optimal sharpness. This knife has a razor sharp, double bevelled cutting edge and it has a high quality hardwood handle which is secured with brass rivets.

As the handle wood is untreated, it will benefit from the occasional application of a food grade oil to maintain the health of the wood, avoiding shrinkage and keeping the handle looking like new.  See the "knife care" tab for more details.

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Sturdy and Sharp
Rating:
31 December 2020  | 

This cleaver is really solid and takes a terrific sharp edge. Out of the box the knife cuts as you expect a Kom Kom to perform but really benefits from a touch-up on a whetstone.
The blade height makes this ideal for chopping anything you throw at it. Would recommend.

 
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16 July 2020  | 

Canít recommend these knives enough. Use this company they provide excellent service

 
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