The ideal knife for peeling fruits.
A real treasure in the palm of your hand.
The beak-shaped peeling knife from the Wusaki Damas V10 series is as beautiful as it is efficient. Despite its small size, it gathers all the qualities that you can expect to find in a good kitchen knife: ergonomic, durable, and great design. Thanks to its originality and its elegance, the dazzling look of this knife guarantees love at first sight.
Made with a core of Japanese VG10 steel polished by hand until it acquires a sharp edge, the blade of this peeling knife remains sharp 2 to 3 times longer than a knife made with European steel. Each knife from this series undergoes a V-shaped manual sharpening with the use of a grinding band to ensure perfect cuts since the very first try!
The blade of this DAMAS VG10 peeling knife is made of a steel with a hardness level of 60 HRC and has a VG10 steel core with 1% carbon content. This Japanese steel of high quality is much harder than the one that is found in most of the so-called best Western knives. We have chosen this steel thanks to its excellent characteristics and its remarkable durability.
The beak-shaped blade has 67 layers of damask steel that create wavy lines that are unique to each single knife. There is also a hammered surface on the top part of the blade.
Equally important as the blade, the handle is made of noble olive wood characterised for its veinings, its astonishing design, and a comfortable grip.
Finally, the Japanese character engraved at the bottom of the handle provides that final touch that makes your knife truly stylish.
Wusaki knives are made in a small factory located in the north of Canton; the capital city of the Guangdong province in Western China. This province is historically known for its know-how in the production of steel knives. The good relations between France and China allowed us to find a serious partner with a human-size structure like ours. The expertise of Wusaki is entirely governed by the French manufacturing standards established by the professionals in the field. We are proud to have succeeded in the creation of a reliable work tool with a superb design and at a great price for our customers.
Wash by hand and dry with a soft cloth. Avoid to wet the handle as much as possible, even when washing the knife. Once in a while, you can wipe the handle with a cloth slightly soaked in olive oil to protect the wood.