Santoku Series 1905 from Dick - fluted edge (180 mm)
(Fluted grind: More space between knife & food = a less smooth surface = less sticking of the food)
Use: Santoku is the name given to a Japanese knife that was first produced around 100 to 150 years ago. The blade was designed for multiple purposes - the Santoku is therefore still considered an all-rounder in the kitchen for processing all solid foods.
Length: 180 mm
Series: 1905 - the most exclusive line of Dick
Combining tradition and modernity through a new edition of the historical design. In 1905 Dick developed a chef's knife series with solid ferrules, these replaced the rivets that had been common until then. Then as now, the series captivates with its unusual look
Dick - traditional brand of the professionals
Since 1778, Dick - at home in Germany - has been a manufacturer of high-quality products in the field of chef's knives and cooking tools. The claim of Dick is to meet the requirements of high-quality kitchen utensils. Using the latest scientific methods and specially developed test procedures, Dick ensures the quality and at the same time the continuous improvement of its products. The highest level of quality and optimal handling according to ergonomic requirements make the products of Dick the leading brand in the professional gastronomy sector worldwide. The traditional German company has subsidiaries worldwide (China, Italy, USA)