7.5" Nakiri AEB-l Custom AEBLNK-002

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7.5" Nakiri AEB-l Custom AEBLNK-002

375.00

DHF AEB-L Nakiri Vegetable knife

DHF Stabilized and Dyed Charlie Murphy maple Burl with Turquoise Tru-stone and vintage linen Micarta spacers. 

AEB-L HC stainless steel allows DHF to design the blade with both high Rockwell hardness abilities and corrosion resistance. This gives the user high performance without the additional maintenance required from pure carbon steel. AEB-L is arguably the nicest culinary stainless steel available today. 

High Performance Cutlery, High Rockwell hardness - NO MAINTENANCE!

Blade Length - 7.5"

Edge length - 7"

Blade Height at heel - 2.125"

Over all length - 12"

Blade angle - 16 degrees

Blade Geometry - 3 mm spine at heel - Full Flat Zero Grind - NO distal taper. (These are hypodermic needles!)

Handle thickness - 5/8" at bolster tapered to 3/4'' at pommel

Steel Type - AISI AEB-L HCS at 61 HRC . Professionally heat treated and cryod between temper cycles for maximum grain refinement and edge retention.

weight class - light and agile with center balance point directly under logo.  

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AEB-L HC stainless steel allows DHF to design the blade with both high Rockwell hardness abilities and corrosion resistance. This gives the user high performance without the additional maintenance required from pure carbon steel. AEB-L is arguably the nicest culinary stainless steel available today.  At 61 HRC this steel has both edge retention and sharpenablity. Many makers push AEB-L to its limits and try to manage a 63+ HRC rating, DHF believes this makes the blades brittle and very difficult to sharpen. As a point of reference, the 'BIG' box companies harden there stainless blades to 52 HRC. We feel that it is important to consider not only 'Out of the box' performance but also the users ability to maintain what is nothing less than a lifetime culinary tool.