Enso HD 6" Curved Boning Knife
- VG-10 steel cutting core for excellent edge retention
- 37-layer stainless Damascus blades with hammered (tsuchime) finish
- Rockwell Hardness 61; blades are hand-ground to approximately 12°
- Double bevel edge for both right and left-handed use
- Black canvas micarta with stainless steel bolster, rivets and end cap; enclosed full tang handle construction ensures strength, durability and balance
- Handcrafted in Seki City, Japan with a lifetime warranty
Item number: 35636
- WDWill d.Verified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your gender? MaleHow old are you? Over 65Rated 5 out of 5 stars3 months agoThe weight
I love enso knives and it’s beautiful of craftsmanship and it fit beautifully in your hand well made
- JJaybeeVerified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your cooking skill level? IntermediateWhat is your gender? FemaleHow old are you? Over 65Rated 5 out of 5 stars1 year agoGorgeous & very sharp
I have not actually used it yet but I am very impressed with the style and sharpness
- RR5RyderVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars1 year agoSharpest out of box knife I’ve owner
I have a lot of high-end knives, including Japanese knives sharpened to ~12degree angle. This is probably the sharpest knife out-of-the-box that I’ve owned. Be especially careful around the tip - it’ll go through anything like butter. My only criticism is the handle, which I wish was a little bigger. I find it a little short and light, but for how I use this knife (trimming briskets and other large BBQ meats) it’s not a big deal. This knife is a perfect compliment to my flexible Victorinox boning/fillet knife for occasions when I need something a little stiffer (and it’s certainly sharper than the Victorinox, though I’ve sharpened that one myself to be equal).
- LLenJulianVerified BuyerI recommend this productWhat is your gender? MaleRated 5 out of 5 stars1 year agoGreat Knife!
This is my third Enso purchase from Cutlery and More and my fourth knife purchase from them. Started with the small prep knife as my wife has small hands and needed something light to prep vegetables. She kept commenting about how sharp the knife was. I have a lot of German knives and they are very heavy and thick. These knives are more like a razor. I was so impressed by the first Enso purchase that I bought two more. I use the boning knife to spatchcock chicken and to butterfly chicken legs. It is sharp and the perfect fit and feel for the job. MUCH easier than just using a straight knife. I would also like to note that I am not completely sold on Rockwell hardness ratings. The knife in the photo that is not an Enso is a Rockwell 63 but the Enso knives at Rockwell 61 perform as well. I have every imaginable sharpening system in the house but finally settled (for my sanity) on the Tormek with a diamond wheel and stropping wheel. It is fast and easy and I can sharpen on the counter while my wife is cooking. There is no reason to purchase a knife of this quality if you are not able to return to being sharp after use. I am constantly "chasing the dragon" to impress my wife with the sharpness as the benefit is fantastic meals from her. Similar to gambling a subtle and rare comment while she is cutting "This knife is SO SHARP!" is all that I need to keep perpetuating the addiction. A note of caution: buying and using these knives is an addiction. I LOVE them and enjoy cutting…