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Bob Kramer 6" Carbon Steel Chef’s Knife by Zwilling J.A. Henckels®

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ATTENTION CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: Proposition 65 warning: This product contains brass, which includes a very small amount of lead, a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer or birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
Exclusive The chef’s knife is the perfect kitchen workhorse, ideal for chopping, slicing, dicing and mincing meats and vegetables.

  • Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels
  • Care: Hand wash; please do not clean with bleach or chlorine
  • Dimensions: 6"
  • Material: High-carbon steel, African blackwood and brass
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in Japan
FEATURES
  • Bob Kramer is one of the few Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery
  • Professional chefs wait years for a Kramer original
  • We worked with the master himself and renowned knife maker Zwilling J.A. Henckels for this exquisite line of carbon steel knives made by artisans in Seki City, the Japanese knife-making capital since the 13th century
  • Now home chefs can experience the unrivaled performance of a Kramer original
  • Made using a carbon-steel formulation called 52100 for remarkable strength and unmatched edge retention
  • Carbon steel is the first metal formulated to hold the razor-sharp, consistent edge required by modern chefs
  • Heat-treated to a hardness of 61 Rockwell, so it comes sharp, stays sharp and is easy to maintain
  • Blade is sharpened to 15° on each side of the 50/50 edge with the traditional three-step hand-honed edge
  • Features a brass bolster for support
  • Comfortable African blackwood handle mirrors the shape of your palm
  • The full tang of the blade is tapered to Bob’s precise specifications
  • Triple-riveted for strength and control
  • Signature brass decorative center pin is handcrafted by Bob himself
  • Over time the blade will develop the beautiful blue-gray patina prized by professional chefs as the signature of a favorite knife. This heirloom-quality knife is easy to care for—just keep it clean and dry for a lifetime of unparalleled performance.


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    Worth the wait!
    As an amateur chef, retired heart surgeon and knife collector, I have always been interested in knives that are razor sharp, hold their edge and are well balanced. The aesthetics of the design, choice of materials and grip size are all wonderfully combined in this outstanding 6"" Kramer chef's knife.
    I have watched this knife with great anticipation since it's inception. Of the many excellent knives I regularly use, this is by far my favorite and the current price makes it a hands down winner over the competition. The Sur La Table web site has outstanding information from Bob Kramer on the construction and care of these exceptional knives. I am exremely satisfied
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    November 1, 2013
    Why did I wait so long?
    Years ago, I bought a carbon steel utility knife by mistake. I wanted stainless and was appalled by the way the new knife darkened and got small rust spots. Of course, I knew nothing at the time about the care and feeding of carbon steel. I recently bought my first two Miyabi SG2 series stainless knives, and I own a Shun santoku knife. I thought they were the best knives I'd ever used, until I tried the Kramer 6"" carbon steel chef's knife. It sliced through the thick end of a very large carrot with very little pressure from me and enabled to slice vegetables very thinly because it is so sharp. The size of the blade is no problem because I keep all my knives on a magnet strip. I am in love with the feel and performance of this knife. I find caring for it properly to be no problem, and nothing less that it deserves. When I recover financially, I'm going back for the paring knife. These are incredible
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    March 18, 2013
     

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