The Made in France expertise of the Tarrerias-Bonjean cutlery
The hardness of the blade and the cutting edge of the Louis santoku knife meet the requirements of both beginner and experienced chefs. Lightweight yet robust, this handy knife guarantees a job of great finesse to slice vegetables. A guarantee of quality and expertise, this kitchen knife is made in Thiers in the workshops of French cutler Tarrerias-Bonjean. Original and refined, the range of Louis knives combines classic and contemporary design thanks to the wood and steel accord.
A high-strength, high-precision blade
The 18 cm blade is made of Nitrox® steel with 16% chromium and a carbon content of 0.35%. Louis santoku knives have superior corrosion resistance with a hardness rating of 56 HRC. The sharp edge of these knives of Japanese origin will be appreciated for the cutting of all types of vegetables. The balance between the faceted blade and the handle gives great maneuverability to work quickly and effortlessly. These easily regrindable knives will offer increased longevity.
Elegance of the wood / steel accord and comfort of use
The Santoku Louis knife handle has an elegant bevelled profile and a very comfortable grip. It is made of Walnut dark brown and ribbed appearance giving it more relief. This noble wood offers an authentic look and superior strength as well as a smooth, warm feel. Its ease of use, its reliability and its longevity will finally be suitable for everyday use.