The Frost Fire Series – a collection of light-weight, razor-sharp, knives with an icy cold look, and fiery effective performance. Built for the modern chef who appreciates meticulously crafted, professional knives, that look and feel good, without any sacrifices to functionality. Carefully engineered with a 7-layer high-carbon, high-chromium 10CR15MOV steel with added cobalt and expert heat-treatment, the Frost Fire series will enchant onlookers with its beauty, comfort, and astoundingly sharp razor edge. To further enhance its non-stick properties and provide a unique ‘frosted’ look to its blade, each knife is perfected with a precision-based sandblast finish. Experience what true comfort feels like with a slender, ergonomic, pristine white resin handle, enclosed in aluminum mesh design for improved durability and a tension-free grip through every movement. The eye-catching Frost Fire Series is a high-performance collection of elegant, powerful, and icy-sharp kitchen knives that will take you further in the kitchen.
7-layer high-carbon, high-chromium 10CR15MOV steel with added cobalt and expert heat-treatment
Sandblast finish for a "frosted" look to enhance non-stick properties
Scalpel like sharpness at a 16-18° degree angle per side. Sail through culinary challenges
Incredible Edge Retention at 60-61 Rockwell. Cut longer, go further
Sharpened under the ancient 3-step Honbazuke method and married to bleeding edge technology
Tapered bolster provides a perfect ‘zero-balance’ balance, finger protection and gently encourages a natural and comfortable pinch grip
Premium quality white resin handle enclosed in aluminum mesh and sealed for life-long durability and style
Stunning honeycomb finish for superior design
Highly impervious to heat, cold and moisture
Slender, ergonomic handle for tension-free grip and superior hand control
Full tang - maximum robustness. This knife is built to last a lifetime
If you spend much time in your kitchen however, the nakiri knife is one of the most useful knives you can have. The word “nakiri” can be broken down to “na” meaning ‘leaf’ in Japanese, and ‘kiri’ meaning ‘cutting’.
Japanese knives are desirable for so many reasons, but mainly for their hard steel and light, thin, super sharp edge. This makes them the ideal choice for slicing, dicing and more precise cutting jobs.