Similar to a narrow-bladed cleaver, the Santoku knife is designed for a comfortable, well-balanced grip, while allowing for full blade use. The quality, function and design of this Santoku knife is unique. The handle, made of polyoxymethylene, is strong, practical and easy to clean.
FELIX® ZEPTER®: CUTTING EDGE QUALITY & TRADITION
From blade and handle sandblasting to straightening, edge polishing, etching and ultra-sonic cleaning, handcrafting the world’s best carving knife requires a dedication to quality and tradition.
Using the high-quality Japanese VG 10 66-layer Damascus steel, FELIX ZEPTER create the Absolute ML collection: knives to last a lifetime. The blades are ice-hardened and drop-forged in one piece. Homogenous and compact grain microstructure of the steel guarantees flexibility, resistance to corrosion and great edge retention. Production is carefully guarded to ensure the highest quality of each and every knife. The perfect functionality of a knife depends on how it is shaped, how it fits in your hand, how it is balanced, how the power gets to the blade when cutting.
The Felix family from Solingen in Germany has been producing cutlery since 1790. Karl Gustav Felix mastered the art of cutlery production, soon concentrating mainly on producing knives, and founded the company Gustav Felix Schneidwarenfabrik in 1843. FELIX is truly a company with tradition, and one of the oldest knife manufacturers in the world. The knives now made in Solingen by FELIX ZEPTER are among the best in the world. Every single step relies on centuries-old Solingen knowledge, skilled craftsmanship, precision work, a good eye, care and love for detail.