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Ohkubo

Japan Woodworker Blue Steel Shop Knife

$28.99

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Our Blue Steel Shop Knife is designed for a variety of shop duties - marking knife, carving knife, and utility knife. Each blade is a hand forged lamination of soft steel and high carbon "Blue Steel" and is tempered to RC 64-65. The handles are hand made from a Japanese hardwood called...

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Our Blue Steel Shop Knife is designed for a variety of shop duties - marking knife, carving knife, and utility knife. Each blade is a hand forged lamination of soft steel and high carbon "Blue Steel" and is tempered to RC 64-65. The handles are hand made from a Japanese hardwood called Keyaki, also used for the finest cabinet construction. Each knife is sharpened to a razor like edge and is shipped with a synthetic leather blade cover. Overall length is 6-1/4" and blade length is 2-3/8".
Features:
• Multi-purpose knife used for marking, carving and utility purposes
• Handle made from Japanese hardwood
• Razor sharp edge
• Comes with leather blade cover

Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Excellent knife, short handle

    love this knife handle too short.

  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    A bit short

    A decent little knife. The handle isn't the most ergonomic, and the blade on mine is only 2 3/8", not 2 3/4" as advertised. It also comes coated with some sort of lacquer/epoxy that doesn't come off with acetone, fyi.

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