Shizu Hamono Nude+ Deba Knife 16cm AUS8 steel

Shizu Hamono Nude+ Santoku Knife - your best option to cut fish

Single beveled blade 16cm - suitable only for right-handed cooks

AUS8 steel enriched with carbon (0.8%), vanadium, and molybdenum

No welding between the blade and the handle - modern look

Original design with an ultra flat shape (5mm)

Made in Seki, Japan - Sold in a compact, magnetic box

£114.90

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  • Shizu Hamono Nude+ Deba Knife 16cm AUS8 steel
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Data sheet

Material : AUS8 Japanese steel
Handle : AUS8 Japanese steel
Dishwasher safe: No
Made in : Japan
Size : 16 cm

More info

For those who love innovative and original designs, the knives from the Nude+ series made by Shizu Hamono will surely catch your eyes. These knives break the limits of creativity and prove that is possible to do it without sacrificing the well-known Japanese quality in cutting performance.

The deba knife 16cm in this page is great for cutting fish whether it is to cut through the carcass or to chop its flesh. It is important to point out that this knife has a single beveled blade, which means that it is sharp only one side. Therefore, this knife is only suitable for righ-handed cooks.

It is obvious that the most eye-catching characteristic of this knife is its original look. It is made of a unique, single piece of steel. Hence, the handle and the blade are part of the same piece with no welding between both parts. It is thanks to this type of construction that the knife has an elegant and sleek look.

The steel used in this knife is a Japanese steel alloy known as AUS8. Because it is enriched with molybdenum and vanadium, this steel is resistant to corrosion and to strokes. Moreover, thanks to its 0.8% of carbon content, the blade of the knife is quite rigid, and thus it can keep a sharp edge for longer time.

What truly makes this knife one of a kind is its thin, flat design. The blade is 4 mm thick, which is somehow normal for a deba knife, but what is truly surprising is that the thickest part of the entire knife (the handle) is only 5 mm! Furthermore, the knife's surface is a reinforced with a brushed steel finish that adds cachet and elegance to the knife. 

To preserve the look and quality of this knife for a long time, there are some maintenance tips that we recommend you to follow. You should only wash it by hand, and dry it immediately with a soft cloth. Then, you can store it in its compact, magnetic box and put it away in a safe, dry place. Never let it sink in water and avoid putting it in the dishwasher.

All Shizu Hamono knives are made in Seki, Japan. These kitchen knives are the living proof that traditional methods can be combined with new technology to create products of exceptional quality. For more than 50 years, Japanese cooks have been able to witness the expertise of Shizu Hamono in their own kitchens, and now it is also posible for you to bring the quality of Shizu Hamono to your kitchen.

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