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The Sandrin Nakiri

"NEVER BEFORE HAS A KNIFE BEEN MADE AT A 71 ROCKWELL HARDNESS" 

WE DID THE IMPOSSIBLE
Tungsten carbide – one of the hardest substances known to man – is very brittle. This – traditionally – made it “impossible” for use as a knife blade.
Until now.
Consider these key facts…
  • Steel knives are in the 52 to 56 level of Rockwell hardness.  
  • High quality knives are in the 56 to 58 range.  
  • Exceptional knives are at 62 Rockwell hardness.  
But now, with the introduction of our new “Sandrin” Knife, it is the only blade in the world made of tungsten carbide, and it’s rated at 71 Rockwell C

HARDER THAN ANY METAL KNIFE EVER MADE

This industry-wide success story starts at the legendary Italian metallurgical company, Turmond SPA, where they developed a proprietary “breakthrough” method for using tungsten carbide in truly revolutionary ways.
In so doing, they developed the most technically advanced Chef knife ever made.

Here’s why…

First: Not only is the tungsten carbide blade made of the “unheard of” hardness rated at 71 Rockwell.

Remember: Engineered metal is capable of so much more than regular steel.

Because of the properties of this special metal, functional stresses are setting new standards for the knife industry as demonstrated by the Sandrin TCK folder

Plus, since the engineered metal (tungsten carbide) is now the hardest knife blade in the world, this unique knife can probably be called…

 THE KNIFE THAT WILL LAST FOREVER

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