Global Santoku 18cm/7"
The Santoku is a general purpose Japanese style Cooks knife. The straight edge and taper ground blade allows for very fine slicing which is typical of Asian cuisine, though it is equally suited to Western cuisine also. This Santoku has a blade length of 18cm (7”).
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|Size||28"(71cm) x 40"(102cm)|
|Blade Length||18cm (7")|
|Type of Product||Santoku Knife|
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- Monogramming cost: £4.95 for up to 30 letters. £0.30 for additional letters. Please contact sales if you would like to have more than 30 letters.
- If you would like same embroidery for all items, please tick "Same Embroidery For All Items" box.
- Flags costs £5 each. Crossed flag is considered as one flag.
- Note: All styles of lettering will be taken as capital for the first letter in the word and lowercase for the remainder, unless otherwise requested.
- We recommend using Madeira thread over Kingstar as they work better with our machinery.