Japanese Knives > KAI > SHUN PREMIER TIM MÄLZER Series

Kai Shun Premier Tim Malzer damascene narrow Utility Knife 8 cm.
€ 129,00
Kai Shun Premier Tim Malzer damascene narrow chef 15 cm.
€ 139,00
Kai Shun Premier Tim Malzer damascene narrow Santoku 18 cm.
€ 199,00
Kai Shun Premier Tim Malzer damascene narrow Carving Knife 24 cm.
€ 205,00
Bread knife damascene Shun Premier Kai Tim Malzer cm. 23
€ 215,00
SPECIAL SET SHUN PREMIER: n. 2 Shun Premier Tim Malzer Knives + n. 1 Stone Misono IN GIFT
€ 364,00
Damascene knife Shun Premier Kai Tim Mälzer Tomato micro toothed-edge blade cm. 15
€ 155,00
Kai Shun Premier Tim Malzer damascene Chef Knife 15 cm.
€ 189,00
Kai Shun Premier Tim Malzer damascene Santoku Knife 14 cm.
€ 189,00
Damascus knife Shun Premier Kai Tim Malzer Nakiri cm.14
€ 209,00
Kai Shun Premier Tim Malzer Set of damascene Steak Knives
€ 266,00


Shun Premier TIM MÄLZER Series

For the trend-setting Shun Premier Tim Mälzer series, Kai has developed six additional knives made from corrosion-resistant 32-layer damask steel. It is embellished with a hand-hammered surface which in Japan is known as Tsuchime, thus combining timeless aesthetic qualities with ultimate sharpness. The blades have a massive core of VG-10 steel with a hardness of 61±1 HRC.
In analogy to the limited Anniversary Knife, great importance was attached also in this series to the knives providing optimum grip as well as extraordinary hardness. The Shun Premier Tim Mälzer series, from bread knife to santoku, provides professional cutting tools which will set new standards in the premium segment by providing exceptional performance in a timeless design.
True to Tim Mälzer's premise, "A good knife not only makes work easier but also helps to make cooking to turn out well", each of the carefully manufactured damask knives was meticulously adapted to its respective area of use by the Japanese master forgers from Seki City. Due to the particularly symmetrical shape of their walnut handle, all shapes moreover ensure a precise cutting performance for both right-handed as well as left-handed use.

Kai Shun Premier Tim Mälzer