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Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef
Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle - The Sharp Chef

Masutani VG1 Hammered Damascus 180mm Gyuto with Brown Handle

Masutani

Regular price £85.00 Sale

Masutani is a small but super skilled blacksmith form Echizen with a reputation as an expert sharpener. When a blacksmith is famously known as an excellent sharpener, you know you knife is going to be a fantastic performer. 

All Masutani knives are under £100 and are easily comparable with most knives significantly more expensive. The quality of craftsmanship, materials and performance is second to none at this price.

This range is made using VG1 stain-resistant core steel with a Hammered and layered Damascus blade. It offers one of the most affordable ranges of this incredibly popular, sharp and durable steel with excellent construction and performance. A great place to start for any cook or chef. 

Specifications

Knife Type: Gyuto
Steel Type: VG1 Hammered
Handle Material: Mahogany Handle (ferrule: Stainless Steel)
Blade Type: Double-edged Blade 
Blade Length: 180mm
Blade Height: 42mm
Blade Thickness: 1.9mm
Handle Length: 120mm
Weight: 130g

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Do not use the knife to chop hard materials such as bones or frozen items unless the knife is made for that specific purpose. Always ensure you keep your knife clean and dry, and sharpen it as required to prevent a dull edge.

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Please read our guidance pages below to help you make the right choice and make the most of the knives you choose:

Steel Types Explained

Knife Types Explained

Care Guidelines for all Knives

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