Stainless Steel Dragon Cleaver
Stainless Steel – 3-layer high-quality clad stainless steel. 80Cr13 high carbon core steel performs excellent hardness, durability, and sharpness maintenance. Outside layers of 10Cr17 do well in toughness, corrosion resistance, and plasticity. The combination of two sheets of steel makes the knife perfectly work
Handle – Ergonomically designed carving classic handle is anti-slip and anti-freezing and firm to grip avoiding harms to your hand
Blade Craftsmanship – Vacuum heat treatment endows the steel with the best mechanical property. Non-stick coating avoids food sticking on the blade. Wire-drawing integrated full tang blade is more stable and safer
Functions – Ultra sharp blade edge design and well balance of this knife make it perfect for cutting, slicing, dicing, and mincing meat, vegetable. A wide blade is able to smash garlic. It is suitable for homes and restaurants
- Color: Brown
- Weight: 720 g
- Type: Chopping knife/ Slicing knife
- Size: 34 x 10.2 cm
- Length of Blade: 21.3 cm
- Length of Handle: 12.5 cm
- Material: 7Cr17MOV steel
- Place of Production: China
- Thickness: 0.3 cm
- Hardness: 58-60
- 1 x Stainless Steel Dragon Cleaver
It's actually handmade an...More
It's actually handmade and forged from high carbon steel and high manganese steel. The handle is made from rosewood and has carved brass dragons. It has weight to it, but not difficult to handle. It is also extremely sharp and thicker than my other cleaver. It cuts through meats like softened butter. Really don't need it for veggies and stuff like that because of the power, but it's super cool, so I have been using it for everything. Even with my neuropathy I don't have trouble handling it.
It's heavy, well balanced, and attractive as all get out. I can't decide whether it's a...More
It's heavy, well balanced, and attractive as all get out. I can't decide whether it's a tool or a kitchen hood ornament.
The grip, textured for real human figures, makes wielding this thing a very secure endeavor. And you want this when brute force is being brought to bear on a piece of meat other than your hands, fingers, wrists, and forearms.
If you're an average kitchen denizen, you won't find yourself using this cleaver every day. But when you do, you'll be both effective, amused, and proud of yourself for snagging a kitchen knife—it actually stretches the meaning of the term—like no other.