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Shun Classic 10th Anniversary Knife Limited Edition
Shun Classic 10th Anniversary Knife Limited Edition


 
  • Japanese blade perfection, a true wonder tool in your kitchen
  • Made from VG-2 stainless steel
  • PakkaWood Handle
  • Complimentary lifetime sharpening service
  • Lifetime Warranty

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Shun Classic 10th Anniversary Knife Limited Edition

Overview

Shun Limited Edition 10th Anniversary Chef's Knife is a gorgeous 8 inch piece of cutlery that also makes any slicing, dicing, cutting and chopping job a breeze. The handsome copper ribbons on the blade mimic tree rings or water ripples making using this knife the ultimate Zen experience—no meditation required! Or if you prefer, imagine you're a mighty Samurai warrior preparing for battle when wielding this Japanese blade in the kitchen, but please careful as these knives are very sharp. Chop veggies, slice fruits or mince meats with honor and dignity using this Anniversary Blade. Each Limited Edition Knife comes with a laser engraved 10th Anniversary endcap on the handle. A limited number of these knives are being produced, so Shun is sequentially numbering each knife's handle. Get your Shun Limited Edition 10th Anniversary Chef's Knife today! Shun DM0902

Shun Limited Edition 10th Anniversary Knife Features

Shun’s 10th Anniversary Knife makes a stylish yet functional addition to any kitchen. At first glance, you’ll notice instantly the beautiful waved pattern on the blade which resembles either water ripples or tree rings. This form of Kasumi-style knife making similar to pattern Damascus, or in Japanese suminigashi (“ink pattern”), is not only aesthetically pleasing but also allows the blade to slice through food easier. This variation of pattern Damascus is formed by folding, welding, grinding, and polishing 32 layers (16 per side) of softer steel and copper waves embracing the VG2 Stainless Steel core. The D-shaped ebony PakkaWood® handle fits perfectly in the hand and stabilizes the blade to prevent turning.

Shun Technology Highlights

  • VG-2 stainless steel: Contains Molybdenum to add hardness and tensile strength to the blade's core. This combination of bonded Stainless Steel and Molybdenum features copper accents makes sharpening the blade a breeze.
  • 16° Angle: Blade is sharpened to 16°. Ensures food is cut properly and precisely; no torn or bruised food so ingredients retain the same flavor and freshness.
  • PakkaWood® Handles: Resin-impregnated natural hardwood; waterproof, durable, comfortable; won’t harbor bacteria.
  • Awards: Blade Magazine’s Blade Show Kitchen Knife of the Year winner (2003 - Classic 8” Santoku, 2005 – Ken Onion 8” Chef’s, 2006 – Elite 10” Chef’s, 2007 – Kaji, 2008 – Shun Classic Line, 2010 Premier Line, 2011 – Fuji Line). Shun has won many more industry awards for beauty, performance, and innovation.
  • Complimentary lifetime sharpening service (you ship, they sharpen)
  • Designers: Ken Onion, Alton Brown
  • NSF Certified
  • Lifetime warranty
About Shun

About Shun

Shun in Japanese actually translates to “at the peak of perfection,” and no words could better describe this outstanding company. Renowned for their traditional knife making style and aesthetic design, the highly skilled artisans at the Kai Corporation (the parent company of “Shoon”) have been making blades of the highest quality in homage of the legendary sword smiths of Seki, Japan for over 100 years. Each and every knife is handmade, from beginning to end, requiring at least 100 meticulous steps along the way. It is out of this respect and admiration towards their ancestors, coupled with advanced technology and materials, that Shun produces basically pieces of art that also happen to be razor-sharp knives.

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