TUO Catlery - TC0714 - Japanese Kitchen - Chef Knife Set 8pcs

$ 199.95
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 Blade Material High Carbon Stainless Steel
Handle Material Pakkawood
Blade Edge Serrated

SKU: TC0714
Knife Set
 Kitchen,Knives,TUO Cutlery
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Fiery Phoenix Kitchen Knives Set comes with all you need for cooking, cutting, and preparing food of any type. It includes an 8'' chef's knife, a 9'' bread knife, a 4'' paring knife, a 7'' cleaver knife, a 7'' Santoku knife, and a wooden block. It also comes with shears to cut through tough meats and shellfish. Honing steel in the set is a great utensil for resharpening the knives after use.

This TUO Knife set is well suited for daily use in the kitchen in a restaurant or home. They are suitable for almost everything like cutting meat, fish, chopping fruits, vegetables, herbs, hardest bread crusts, hard cheese, etc. 8 Pieces kitchen knives set includes: 1pc-4" paring knife, 1pc-7" cleaver knife, 1pc-7" santoku knife, 1pc-8" chef knife, 1pc-9" bread knife, 1pc-honing steel, 1pcs-kitchen shear, 1pcs-wooden block.

Adopted German High-carbon Stainless steel, it won’t rust over time in most circumstances. The steel is precisely processed with high-tech vacuum heat treatment for extraordinary performance and superior strength.

With 9” of length, the steel is ideal for most sized knives without getting cumbersome or poking too far out of your knife bag or woodblock. Tiny grooves along the steel’s surface work to bring back and straighten the edge.


  • Precision-forged, high-carbon German stainless steel at 56±2 HRC
  • The edge is painstakingly sharpened to 8-12° per side to ensure you a razor-sharp blade
  • Beautiful hand-polished satin finish blade
  • Tapered design for hardness and flexibility
  • Precisely tempered for added durability
  • Ergonomic handle shape for maximum comfort, grip, and maneuverability
  • Full tang for incredible robustness and quality
  • Proprietary Laser Etching Mark