The behemoth of a knife has the weight and construction to handle the craziest chefs and home cooks, but has great balance to chop all day long.
Are you tired of struggling to chop through bones with a measly little knife? Fear not, because our bone cleaver is here to save the day (and your poor, overworked arms). Not only will this bad boy make short work of even the toughest bones, but it's also a versatile tool that can be used for all sorts of tasks. Need to crush some garlic? No problem. Want to finely chop some vegetables? Easy peasy. And with its sturdy construction and comfortable handle, you'll be able to wield this beast of a cleaver all day without getting tired. So why wait? Add one to your kitchen collection today and become the bone-chopping, vegetable-dicing, garlic-crushing machine of your dreams! Just try not to accidentally chop off any fingers in the process (please use responsibly).
What can it be utilised for:
It can be used to break down large cuts of meat, such as chicken, beef, and pork, as well as to chop through bones to create smaller pieces. In addition to its primary use as a bone-cutting tool, a cleaver can also be used for a variety of other tasks in the kitchen, such as finely chopping vegetables, crushing garlic, and tenderizing meat. Its wide, heavy blade is also useful for scooping and transferring chopped ingredients
Besides you looking amazing with your extraordinarily large knife, the versatility of the blade style allows you to devour just about any prep required in the kitchen. It is also a perfect addition for those who enjoy weighty knives.
Why a Japanese knife:
Japanese craftsmen have been making steel based blades for centuries and this artesian skill has built them an undeniable reputation for making some of the best knives available. In addition, the lighter construction compared to a traditional Western-style knife allows for less fatigue when slicing up a metric tonne of onions! Unless of course you are wielding a huge cleaver around like Mike Myers!
A true Japanese made and crafted knife.
History and info
The bone cleaver is made from Japanese made AUS8 mirror finish steel.
Are you tired of using subpar knives that can't seem to stay sharp or resist rust and corrosion? Well, fear not, because our AUS 8 steel knives are here to save the day! Not only do they have a whopping 14.5 percent chromium content (that's almost 50% more than the minimum required for a stainless steel), but they also boast a ton of other impressive features. With their increased hardness and toughness, strong tensile strength, and excellent wear, abrasion, and corrosion resistance, these knives are built to last. And let's not forget about their ability to attain a razor-sharp edge - with proper care and maintenance, these bad boys will stay sharp for a long, long time. So why wait? Upgrade to an AUS 8 steel knife today and chop, slice, and dice like a pro!
ORIGIN OF SUNCRAFT KNIVES
Suncraft is situated in Japan within the Seki region, Gifu prefecture and is renowned for its 800-year-old tradition of high quality knife and blade manufacture. Suncraft has been designing and crafting kitchen knives for over 60 years, which ensures each of the 30 plus steps in making a Suncraft knife is of the utmost quality.
The Finer Details
||AUS8 Stainless Steel
||Wood with full tang
||205mm Mirror Cleaver
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