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Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife
Zoom Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife

Zwilling Tanrei 4" Paring Knife

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Features

  • 101 layers of new Zwilling Friodurx2 ice-hardened premium steel with Damascus design encasing the FC63 core
  • 63° Rockwell Hardness, 9-12° double bevel blade angle for scalpel-like sharpness and extreme durability
  • Triple-riveted fine Micarta handle with handsome embossed Zwilling logo at the center
  • German engineered, curved bolster promotes professional pinch grip as well as allowing cutting the whole length of the blade
  • Handcrafted in Seki, Japan with a lifetime warranty

Description

The Zwilling Tanrei Paring Knife is a genuine specialist for professional prepping of many types of fruit and vegetables. It pares peel reliably, removing just a wafer-thin layer and gently revealing the tasty fruit. The Zwilling Tanrei series impresses with its beautiful and individual Damascus pattern right from the tip. A thrill that continues right down to the handle with its noble Micarta sheathing. With an outstanding Rockwell Hardness of 63 and Honbazuke honed edge by master craftsmen in Seki, Japan, it's a pleasure for true professionals to work with such premium knives. Zwilling Tanrei knives takes you to a new dimension in terms of hardness and cutting edge retention. The newly developed premium steel and FC63 core achieves a degree of hardness rarely seen in kitchen knives, but without compromising on flexibility. Handcrafted in Seki, Japan with a lifetime warranty.

Specs

Made in Seki, Japan
Lifetime Warranty

Blade Construction: 101 layers of new Zwilling Friodurx2 ice-hardened premium steel with Damascus design encasing the FC63 core
Handle Construction: Triple riveted fine Micarta and embossed Zwilling logo at the center with curved half bolster
Rockwell Hardness: 63 degrees
Honbazuke Edge: Approximately 9 to 12 degrees, double bevel

Blade Length: 4"
Blade Height: 1"
Overall Length: 8-7/8"
Spine Thickness at Heel: 2mm
Weight: 4.1 oz. (118g)

Item number: 30570-101

5.0
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Total 5 star reviews: 1 Total 4 star reviews: 0 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
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1 review
  • JB
    John B.
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    I recommend this product
    What is your cooking skill level? Advanced
    What is your gender? Male
    How old are you? Over 65
    Bought For Myself
    Has Owned Product For Under 1 Month
    Uses Product Daily
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 month ago
    A beautifully made knife

    This paring knife is exactly what I was looking for, with a Western style handle (no pinch grip required) and a Japanese blade. It's a beautifully made knife and sits well in the hand. It is well weighted and substantial - both the handle and the Damascus blade pattern make all my other paring knives over the past 50+ years seem puny and downright ugly.

    The Zwilling Tanrei design is not typically imported into the USA. It is similar to Zwilling's Takumi and Bob Kramer knife designs, while having differences to both of them. It's definitely a beautiful knife for a home cook, professional cooks would likely want something more functional.

    The downsides of this knife are, in my opinion:

    • It is expensive. I'm glad I bought it on sale, I I think there are better options at its full price

    • It is quite sharp out of the box, but not as much as the Miyabi knives I have purchased. I used a leather strop and diamond paste to make it sharpen up, and you may even want to use a high grit finishing whetstone at the outset if you like your knives super sharp

    • It is not truly a Japanese style blade, it is thicker, which means it is more rugged and durable than many Japanese blades, but a thicker blade doesn't cut food quite as easily as a thin one

    • Zwilling doesn't explain what FC63 steel means beyond its hardness rating; so you are a bit in the dark when it comes to how it will perform over time and how best to sharpen the knife using a whetstone - don't even think about using a…

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