Samura Damascus 67 Santoku

Code: SD67-0094M
€95
In Stock

An exclusive kitchen knife with a 17.5 cm long blade made of Japanese damascus steel (hardness up to 61 HRC). The micarta handle is solid, durable and pleasant to touch. The Santoku knife is ideal for quick and precise slicing or chopping.

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Product detailed description

Samura kitchen knives from the Damascus 67 series are a true gem among kitchen knives. They combine thin and extremely sharp blade made of Japanese damascus steel (67 steel layers, hardness up to 61 HRC) with an exclusive micarta handle. They are light, very high quality and have a captivating minimalistic design. They come in a fancy paper-plastic package which makes them a great gift.

The knife has a micarta handle, which is very durable, solid and pleasant to touch.

The blade from a single piece of Japanese damascus steel with a smooth edge is 17.5 cm long.

Use: the Santoku knife is ideal for quick and precise slicing and chopping thanks to its shape.

Maintenance: We recommend handwashing the knife with dish soap in a separate container of water, as it is not suitable for use in a dishwasher.

Samura knives

Samura is a modern manufacturer of Japanese kitchen knife, which produced knives together with Mcusta in the past. Since 2010 Samura has been producing knives under its own brand. Samura kitchen knives present a combination of Japanese and European kitchen knives. Compared to traditional Japanese knives, Samura knives are made of stainless steel and are less brittle, eliminating the possibility of the blade chipping off. At the same time, they retain the excellent cutting properties typical for Japanese knives.

Samura knives are made of high quality Japanese stainless steel with hardness of 58-61 HRC. The manufacturer uses AUS-8, AUS-10, VG-10, or damascus steel. The handles are also made of first class materials such as G10, micarta, rosewood or ABS plastic.

Additional parameters

Category: Japanese knives
Kitchen knife type: Santoku
Blade length category: 15,00 - 19,99 cm
Steel type: Damascus steel
Blade material: Damascus steel
Handle material: Micarta
Blade length: 17,5 cm
Blade hardness: 61 HRC

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Samura kitchen knives are a symbiosis of Japanese and European kitchen knives. Compared to traditional Japanese knives, Samura knives are made of stainless steel and are less fragile, thus eliminating the possibility of breaking the blade. However, at the same time, they retain the excellent cutting properties so typical of Japanese knives. Samura knives are sharpened at an angle of 17 degrees, more than Japanese knives but less than European knives. The blades have a Japanese shape and fine taper from the spine, which gives them their fantastic cutting performance. 

Kitchen knives Samura are made of quality Japanese or Swedish stainless steel with a hardness of 58-61 HRC. Mostly used steels are AUS-8, AUS-10, or damascus steel with VG-10 core. The handles are also made of first-class materials such as G10, micarta, ABS plastic.