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Messermeister - Mu Fusion 3" Paring Knife - MU-101

Messermeister - Mu Fusion 3" Paring Knife - MU-101

Model Number: MES-MU-101

Web Code: 098872205012

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Description

The Messermeister Mu Fusion 3.1/2" Paring Knife, with a blade that tapers to a point, is the most popular sized paring knife. It is considered to be the 2nd most often used knife in the kitchen and many home chefs have 3-4 in the drawer. There are many grips depending on the task and they usually involve holding the item by hand when making the cut.

  • One-piece, fully stamped
  • 15 degree precision edge
  • Closed bolster collar
  • Extra-wide chef's knife blade
  • High carbon, molybdenum vanadium steel
  • Satin finish blade
  • Linen textured resin handle
  • 58 rockwell hardness
  • Made in Seki, Japan

Usage

  • This size blade is ideal for paring, peeling, scraping, slicing, and trimming small fruits and vegetables. It is perfect for chopping garlic and ginger.

Crafted in Seki, Japan, Mu knives are a blend of East meets West and combine the best of both cultures. The handles are made from a linen textured resin. The vintage, high carbon, molybdenum vanadium steel is tempered to 58 rockwell.

Specs

Dimensions

Knife Length

3

Product Weight

0.3

Details

Item Condition

new

Model

MU-101

Series

Mu Fusion

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty

Lifetime

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Messermeister

Messermeister is shipped free across Canada on orders over $99. Since 1981 Messermeister has been made of the finest German steel, and made in Solingen, Germany. Messermeister offers over 600 different knives and knife related products to choose from, including chef's knives to butcher knives and even Japanese knives that are made in Seiki, Japan.