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Fujimaru 3 Piece Damascus Steel Cutlery Knife Set


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  • 3 Piece Set
  • Japanese VG10 Chad Steel Blades with Pakka Wood Handles
  • 8" (20.3 CM) Chef Knife w/Sheath
  • 6" (15.2 CM) Utility Knife w/Sheath
  • 3.5" (8.8 CM) Parer with Sheath


Product Description

Fujimaru is one of Japan's most trusted housewares brands for over 50 years.

These 3 essential kitchen knives have blades constructed from Japanese VG10 high-carbon steel at the core. The VG10 core is the clad with 33 layers of SUS410 high carbon stainless steel on each side for a total of 67 layers.

The combination of materials results in a blade with unrivaled edge retention, flexibility and rust resistance.

The handles are made from Pakka Wood, which combines laminated wood veneers with a resin adhesive to create a finish with the beauty of wood and waterproof durability of plastic.

The 3 piece set includes the essential knives every kitchen should have.

The 3.5 inch paring knife for slicing and peeling small fruits and vegetables. The 6 inch utility for slicing meats and vegetables. The 8 inch chef knife for dicing, chopping, and slicing.

All 3 knives include their own protective sheath for secure storage and transportation.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B00GLU4E1Y
  • Item model number: 209401
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,183 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James P. Garin on February 26, 2014
I've had this set for just over a year...low cost (cheap?)...Japanese steel? A real Damascus knife? All packaged in the cleapest looking plastic.

Well, if nothing else, they look pretty.

To my surprise, these are not just good, they are the best knives I have ever used. Part of this is due to the fact they are honed to something around 14 degrees (rather than what I was told - 20 degrees). Narrow angle means easier cutting, but unless good steel is used, they would dull really fast.

Note: I have a adjustable angle sharping system, and used that to determine what angle they had been honed to. You start with something too narrow, and use a microscope to inspect the edge.

I suspect that the factory that makes these, is also making at least one otherr brand (just look at the specs on other Chinese Damascus knives).

It should be noted that Henkel has knives made in China that are pretty nice..so just having "
china" on them does not mean they are bad.

I've heard that some of these are not well sharpened (and a close inspection shows they were hand sharpened)...but mine you could shave with.

They cut better than all the german knives I have used...and they seem to keep an edge better.

Only down side is that they are so sharp, I've accidentally cut myself twice with them.
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After several years of use, and sharpening, they still perform at a 5 star level. The reason I subtracted two stars is because of after years of use small pieces of the blade are chipping off; giving small places of the blade a serration edge. The biggest blade seems most resistant to the small chips that occured on mine. The blades still perform well and stays sharp longer. Damascus is supposed to be strong. Which is why I'm wondering why my blades are chipping.
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