This is a Santoku with fluted edge from Dick from the series 1905,
with a blade length of 18 cm and a handle of Steel rings / plastic.
The kitchen knife series 1905 by F.DICK, uncompromisingly excellent chef’s knife performance . Innovative design for the professional at the stove.
The 1905 knife series was launched in the eponymous year with the unmistakable steel rings instead of the previous ones developed rivets. The German knife manufacturer founded in 1778 in Esslingen, Swabia, stands for incomparably high product quality. Family tradition and focus on quality.
A slim honed and polished blade, the perfect weight balance. Protection against injuries on the strongly formed half bolster. Excellently tailored to work in the professional sector.
The unmistakable steel rings in the handle give this series a unique design. Inextricably linked to the injected HACCP-compliant plastic. This guarantees the highest level of hygiene and excellent functionality.
The high-end chrome steel used is of the X50CRMoV15 variety. It is hardened in a high-tech hardening process at around 1060°C and a deep temperature treatment of -190°C.
The result is 57°HRC hardness that creates a dynamic and extremely sharp cutting edge. The trigger and the sharpness are carried out by experienced specialists in the factory in Deizisau, Esslingen.
The knives of the 1905 series (>Video) are optimized for a strong and dynamic cut in the professional kitchen. In terms of weight, they are among the heavier knives.
This saves energy during the cutting process and guarantees an exact, consistent cut with high edge retention.