Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm
$319.00 AUD

Kanjo HAP40 Gyuto 240mm

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This line of outstanding HAP40 Steel knives are crafted by Master Kanjo Tsukahara, from Seki City, Japan. Coming from a family of master sharpeners, Kanjo San has taken to creating these pieces to share with the world. They are a clean, classy knife with light weight, subtle hammer finish, and extreme out of the box sharpness, as you’d come to expect from a family of sharpeners. HAP40 is an exotic Powder Stainless Steel of exceptional performance. It has 20% more Carbon than VG10, and can be hardened much higher for fantastic edge retention.

Specifications

Style: Gyuto
Blade Length: 240mm
Blade Material: HAP40 Powder Stainless Steel
Blade Height: 50mm
Spine Thicnkess @ Heel: 2mm
Spine Thicnkess @ Mid: 1.9mm
Handle Material: Octagon Pakka Wood
Weight: 175g
HRC: 65

Knife Information

This line of outstanding HAP40 Steel knives are crafted by Master Kanjo Tsukahara, from Seki City, Japan. Coming from a family of master sharpeners, Kanjo San has taken to creating these pieces to share with the world. They are a clean, classy knife with light weight, subtle hammer finish, and extreme out of the box sharpness, as you’d come to expect from a family of sharpeners. HAP40 is an exotic Powder Stainless Steel of exceptional performance. It has 20% more Carbon than VG10, and can be hardened much higher for fantastic edge retention.

Specifications

Style: Gyuto
Blade Length: 240mm
Blade Material: HAP40 Powder Stainless Steel
Blade Height: 50mm
Spine Thicnkess @ Heel: 2mm
Spine Thicnkess @ Mid: 1.9mm
Handle Material: Octagon Pakka Wood
Weight: 175g
HRC: 65

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Eric Fuhrmann
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Love the new knife! HAP40 is a top tier steel and these knives look beautiful with the subtle hammer finish. Just remember its semi-stainless so they will patina, you need to wash and wipe after use. They should stay sharp for a long time before needing a sharpen, which I am yet to attempt but have heard they are easier than metals such as R2, VG10 or ZDP.
I found them to be well priced and if lucky to get them on sale then they're a bargain. I bought the 240mm gyuto and have since ordered the Nakiri and Petty also.