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Carbon Steel Knives

The classic not stainless carbon steel still has its right to exist even in the age of ultra-modern powder metallurgical steels. Many users appreciate not only the traditional aspect, but also the combination of cutting durability and easy sharpening that stainless steels have never achieved. A grey-blue tarnishing of the blade is completely normal and in no way constitutes a defect. On the contrary, the resulting patina forms a protective layer on the blade, which increases its resistance to external influences. This layer is often visible after the first use and cannot be removed.

The classic not stainless carbon steel still has its right to exist even in the age of ultra-modern powder metallurgical steels. Many users appreciate not only the traditional aspect, but... read more »
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Carbon Steel Knives

The classic not stainless carbon steel still has its right to exist even in the age of ultra-modern powder metallurgical steels. Many users appreciate not only the traditional aspect, but also the combination of cutting durability and easy sharpening that stainless steels have never achieved. A grey-blue tarnishing of the blade is completely normal and in no way constitutes a defect. On the contrary, the resulting patina forms a protective layer on the blade, which increases its resistance to external influences. This layer is often visible after the first use and cannot be removed.

Carbon Steel Knives

The classic not stainless carbon steel still has its right to exist even in the age of ultra-modern powder metallurgical steels. Many users appreciate not only the traditional aspect, but also the combination of cutting durability and easy sharpening that stainless steels have never achieved. A grey-blue tarnishing of the blade is completely normal and in no way constitutes a defect. On the contrary, the resulting patina forms a protective layer on the blade, which increases its resistance to external influences. This layer is often visible after the first use and cannot be removed.

The classic not stainless carbon steel still has its right to exist even in the age of ultra-modern powder metallurgical steels. Many users appreciate not only the traditional aspect, but... read more »
Close window
Carbon Steel Knives

The classic not stainless carbon steel still has its right to exist even in the age of ultra-modern powder metallurgical steels. Many users appreciate not only the traditional aspect, but also the combination of cutting durability and easy sharpening that stainless steels have never achieved. A grey-blue tarnishing of the blade is completely normal and in no way constitutes a defect. On the contrary, the resulting patina forms a protective layer on the blade, which increases its resistance to external influences. This layer is often visible after the first use and cannot be removed.

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