Straight-edged paring knives, also called “office knives,” are small enough to pack with your lunch, and versatile enough to do everything a tiny chef’s knife would do. Ideal for peeling, coring, and slicing fruits and vegetables, this knife is an essential sidekick in any kitchen collection.
The Ronin Series blade is precision forged from a single piece of ultra-premium Japanese high-carbon solid AUS-10V steel for stain-resistance and durability. Precise cryogenic tempering with liquid nitrogen increases the steel's crystalline structure,enhancing strength, flexibility and hardness.
The Ronin Series exquisite ‘Liquid Kusari’ finish reduces drag and minimizes stuck on food. The super-steel core possesses extra high carbon levels, allowing for scalpel-like sharpness with exceptionally long lasting edge retention. Each knife is hand-finished in the Honbazuke 3-step method. Scalpel-like sharpness at staggering 8 to 12 degrees. Face any culinary challenge with enhanced blade durability. Beautifully engraved into the blade near the bolster is the Dalstrong lionhead insignia for further refinement.
The Ronin Series features a traditional Japanese “wa” shape handle. The red and black G-10 is an incredibly strong military-grade inert and non-porous fiberglass-like material. It is highly impervious to both heat and moisture with life-long durability. The carefully engineered ergonomic handle is designed for superior hand control and comfort, while simultaneously being stabilized with an engraved end-cap for agile performance. To further enhance the beauty, an intricate copper mosaic pin adorns the center rivet.
A premium-quality, black-stained Acacia wood saya (sheath) with embossed Dalstrong logo and pin is included with the set to ensure your blade is carefully protected.
Straight-edged paring knife for maximum versatility and practicality.
Japanese AUS-10V steel for maximum robustness and longevity.
Rated at 60+ Rockwell Hardness so it keeps an edge for longer.
Double-bevel blade, painstakingly hand-sharpened to 8-12° per side by expert craftsmen using Dalstrong’s unique “Diamond” honbazuke method.