Santoku glow-in-the dark knife. Because why not.
Karin was in charge of the handle design. From our collection of handle materials she picked Olive Wood, a white spacer, a piece of dark Roman Oak and a piece of glow-in-the dark material. When in normal daylight, this material has a very nice greenish color. The strange effect of lighting up in the dark is something we all know and so it’s coolness doesn’t need to be explained.
The word Santoku refers to the three cutting tasks which the knife performs well: slicing, dicing, and mincing. This knife is well balanced with its center at the front of the handle.
As this is a carbon steel, the blade will form a slight patina over time. This is normal and is actually the mark of a beautifully used knife. Please note, however, that a carbon knife does require more maintenance than its stainless steel counterpart, mainly that it must be washed or wiped clean shortly after each use to prevent unwanted rust or stains.