Robert Welch Signature Santoku Knife, 14cm
- Robert Welch
- Dishwasher Safe
- Yes but hand washing will keep knives in top condition for longer
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Signature Knives
14cm fully-forged hardened steel Santoku knife with a comfortable ergonomic handle.
The Santoku knife is a Japanese style knife similar to a narrow cleaver and can be used for chopping, dicing and mincing, hence its name which means "three virtues". This knife is particularly suitable for cutting thin slices of fish or meat.
The Robert Welch Signature knife is a precision tool, hand honed and sharpened by master craftsmen to give you many years of optimum use.
Robert Welch have worked with professional chefs to develop a range of knives that give you comfort in the hand and the optimum cutting action. Each knife has been indivually constructed for its specific task in food preparation. The handles and blades are set at the best angle to minimise fatigue.
The knives have won a number of international awards including an iF design award (Germany), the GOOD DESIGN™ award (US) a red dot design award (Germany), the Excellence in Housewares ‘Cutting Edge’ award (UK) 2009 and 2010 and a ‘Product of the Year’ award (UK). They have also achieved the highest possible rating from the Craft Guild of Chefs.
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Please note we are not permitted to sell a knife or blade to any person under the age of 18. Criminal Justice Act 1988 (as amended).
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