Fallkniven Delta 6.3" Santoku Knife
Fallkniven Delta 6.3" Santoku Knife
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The Fallkniven Delta CMT is a highly advanced kitchen knife for anything from chopping vegetables to trimming poultry and meat. Made entirely by hand, the knife features Fallkniven’s premium laminated cobalt steel, which is hardened to 60 on the Rockwell scale for an edge that’ll hold through taxing work and light duty tasks Read More

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Kavik
4398
Sep 4, 2019
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3mm thick, with a large convex grind, that short little blade....and they call this a chef knife? 🤣 Fallkniven doesn't know how to break out of their outdoor knife molds apparently. That thing looks like an axe on that choil shot lol I wanna see someone cleanly slice any hard veggie without snapping it before reaching the board. Wedge City, next exit 😳 There are so many better ways to spend $200+ on kitchen knives that is not even worth listing better alternatives
Sep 4, 2019
reswright
876
Sep 4, 2019
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You guys have some odd ideas as to what people EDC. And going over $200 for a chef knife that isn't a chef knife (looks more like a santoku) and isn't even forged? Yikes.
Sep 4, 2019
bookworm13
547
Sep 4, 2019
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Despite Fallkniven being a good brand and my interest in cooking knives, I think I'll pass on Everyday Carry of this particular knife. 😉
Sep 4, 2019
Naftoor
284
Sep 4, 2019
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Is this a joke? Edit 9/4/19: Clearly not, but 60 HRC for 225? Beyond that from doing some research the cobalt special steel doesn't look like anything too special, and it should be run harder than 60 HRC at that. Yet another (minor) negative is that this is not a chef's knife, it's a santoku, which are short, snub nosed general purpose knives. Nothing wrong with that and they work fine as a primary knife in a home but a chef's knife generally refers to the traditional pointier tip of a gyuto or german chef's knife. Final point, this knife is super thick. It's several inches shorter then most chef's knives, and using the same stock thickness as many modern kitchen knives. I predict much wedging in your future, young padawan. Go spend like 1/3 of this on a tojiro DP or a victorinox and enjoy your better spent money. 2nd Edit 9/4/19: Looks like this cobalt special isn't much better than VG-10. Not a terrible steel but also not worth anywhere near this much. Hell, even massdrop has the Fujiwara up for grabs currently, 55 for the santoku if your heart is set on it, the steel isn't as good but it is thinner stock so a better slicer for sure. It's also 1/4th the cost so hard to argue with that.
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Sep 4, 2019