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Package Size: 9.7 x 2.5 x 1.3 inches
Harkening back to the unique design that the Friedr. Dick company debuted in 1905, this distinctively styled 3-1/2-inch paring knife from the Friedr. Dick 1905 Exclusive Series replaces the common rivets that mount the handle to the steel of the knife with a trio of metal rings. The symmetrical steel rings are inseparably connected to the molded plastic handle, using unique modern manufacturing processes, and it also complies with current high hygiene standards.
Made from high-quality German XCrMoVMn stainless steel--preferred by professional chefs--the blade is well sharpened and the knife enjoys perfect equilibrium, tapering at the tip. A finely dispersed martensitic structure is produced (starting with a hardness of over 60 HRc) thanks to a high-tech tempering process at temperatures of approximately 1950 degrees F and cryogenic treatment at temperatures as low as -310 degrees F. Targeted tempering in several stages at approx 392 degrees F carefully reduces hardness to 55HRc, which guarantees sharpness and retention of edge.
Manufactured in Germany, every Friedr. Dick finished knife is sharpened and honed by hand--just as it's been done since the company's founding in 1778 by Johann Friedrich Dick--and each knife is given the unmistakable Friedr. Dick etching. While this Friedr. Dick knife is dishwasher safe, it's recommended that you hand wash it using a mild dishwashing soap; rinse with water and dry thoroughly with a towel. Backed by a lifetime warranty.
The exclusive design series. A combination of tradition and modern spirit in this new verion of the historical design. In 1905, Friedr. Dick developed a chef's knives series with massive collars, which replaced the rivets used so far. 1905"s special design has now been redeveloped and manufactured with modern materials and manufacturing techniques. The blade is made of special German stainless steel, XcrMcVMn. A high technology hardening process generates a finely dispersed martensitic structure with a unique, dynamic and sharp cutting edge
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