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Tuo Cutlery Knives: Ring D Collection

Tuo Cutlery Knives: Ring D Collection

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Received mine a little while back. Very decently finished, nice balance, and a reasonable edge out of the box (but that can easily be improved with a few minutes on the water stones). Packing and presentation is lovely. Would be a really nice gift for someone new to "nicer" cooking knives. Happy with mine.
My mom loves cooking, so I got her the 8" Chef's knife. Think she'll be happy?
Where are they made?
anteck7
Probably China or Taiwan.
If they were made in Japan you'd think they'd say that on the blade rather than merely "Japanese Damascus Steel".
I have the 9.5" and 8" chef's knives. They are beautiful and well made knives that came wickedly sharp out of the box. I am looking to complete the collection and really wish they were offering the 6" Boning Fillet knife here. Price wise the knives offered here vary a little each way from Amazon at the moment. The 3.5" Paring knife is $6 less here. The 6" Utility knife is $10 more here. The 5.5" Santoku is $1 more here. The 8" Chef is $10 less here.
Whats the spine thickness on the kiritsuke, gyuto and santoku?
skndd
They are about 2.05mm.