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Apogee Culinary Designs Dragon Utility 6" (UTIL-0600)

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The perfect in-between knife, the Apogee Culinary Designs Dragon 6” Utility excels at all the tasks too big for a paring, but too small for a chef knife. This narrowly-shaped utility blade can triple as a utility blade, a slicer, and a boning knife. Slice thin portions of meats, vegetables, and fruits without tearing or crushing. The narrow blade and tip of the Dragon Utility is easily maneuverable, perfect for getting into joints and around bones, or piercing through tough crusts or skins. There’s a reason this precise Dragon blade is called a utility knife.

Designed by Apogee Culinary Designs, but hand-crafted by Yaxell, the Dragon has an elegance about it that comes from being shaped by renowned Japanese knife smiths. But unlike Japanese cutlery, the Dragon uses American nitrogen-enriched BD1N steel, which provides these knives with an incredibly long-lasting edge and a phenomenal durability, despite its Rockwell Hardness of 63. Constructed from one piece of steel, the tang is finished with a Micarta handle that gives the Dragon even more strength and lasting quality. The Dragon is an exemplary vision of Japanese design and extreme sharpness, merged with the functionality and durability of Western cutlery.

Features and Specifications

Canvas Micarta
Handle Style:
Full tang
Edge Angle:
16 degrees
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