Xinzou B37 Damascus Steel Boning Knife Olive Wood Handle
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- 14Cr14MoVNb Powder Steel Blade Core for sharpness and durability.
- SUS410 Stainless Damascus outer layer for corrosion resistance.
- 73 total layers of folded steel.
- 62-64 HRC rating to ensure edge retention.
- Olive wood handles designed for ergonomics and aesthetics.
- Features rounded/deburred edges for less snagging and better comfort.
- Boning Knife Blade 6 inch/ 149 mm blade.
This boning knife or small fillet makes a great gift for damascus-boning-knife anyone who likes to cook or wants something stylish for their kitchen. This XINZOU knife is made from a combination of two different steels which bring different benefits.
The blade features a 14Cr14MoVNb Powder Steel as the core of the blade. This core acts as the primary cutting edge and the powder steel used has a high carbon content in addition to vanadium and niobium. These combine to form a steel that is very hard, which helps form better edges, in addition to being rust and wear resistant.
The 14Cr14MoVNb Steel core is vacuum treated to a hardness of 62-64 HRC on the Rockwell scale. Any higher than this and the knife would be too brittle, which would result in the edge breaking or snapping during use.
For additional rust resistance, the core is sandwiched between two pieces of SUS410 Stainless Steel. Each side has been folded repeatedly to create the Damascus pattern and 36-layers of steel. These layers help create strength in the blade while producing a beautiful design on the sides of the blade.
The areas closest to your hands have been rounded off for a better experience. Without these sharp corners you will be able to use the blades comfortably for long periods. The handle is also designed for a more natural grip to avoid discomfort.
The handle material is made from Olive Wood and features a flower design made from copper rivets. The fine grain of the wood and the simple design of the flower offset the design of the Damascus blade.
This boning knife blade is best used for cutting soft materials. Using them to cut bone or other hard substances can damage the blade.
The 6 inch filet knife will allow you to slice, debone, and filet things like fish. While it can be used on other meats, a filet knife can easily process fish with less risk of damaging the meat, due to its narrow blade and fine edge.
After using any boning knife, be sure to hand wash and dry them, especially after using them with acidic foods like lemons or tomatoes. This will help keep the knife looking good and will help prevent corrosion.
The best boning knife is the one in your kitchen, adding to your Collection of useful chef tools.