This is a Santoku from Güde from the series Alpha,
with a blade length of 18 cm and a handle of Hostaform plastic.
Güde chef’s knives are tools for connoisseurs who appreciate the exceptional quality of craftsmanship, design and innovation.
Since the founding of the knife manufactory in 1910 in the city of blades Solingen, the knives have been made from a single piece of chrome-vanadium-molybdenum knife steel Drop forged. Ground and honed by hand from the start. Provided with exclusive handles made of various woods.
The knife manufactory is already in the 4th generation of the family and works according to the traditional highest quality standards of knife production. The knife manufacturer stands for excellent craftsmanship and innovation.
Güde invented the Güde serrated edge with pointed teeth in 1941 and has received several design and innovation awards for his knife series in recent history . Güde knife steels are made in a drop forging process with 3-4 hammer blows and double ice hardening. The first fine-tuning of the blade is carried out in the classic plastering process.
The knives of the GÜDE Alpha series are manufactured in 30 manual work steps. The finely polished handle is made of robust and easy-care HACCP-compliant Hostaform plastic. The knives of the Alpha series are particularly suitable for tough use in the professional kitchens of this world.
The knives from the Alpha series have a high weight due to the forged handle and are excellently balanced. Thanks to the firm grip and the injury-proof bolster shape, it gives the user a confident feeling with an exact cut.