Discussion in 'Dan Prendergast Knives' started by Dan P., Feb 18, 2019.
I've a few new knives up on my website. Thanks for looking!
230 integral look is amazing,
any info on wt or choil shot?
I can't do anything about achoil shot for now (I'm about to go to bed) but what do you mean by wt? Weight? Again I can't help with that exactly but it is light and nimble for its size.
Just was looking for info on the overall mass of the blade
and the grind/cross section profile...ie ultrathin vs ultra thick or middle of the road, etc...
The hexagonal integral is my fave from the bunch... Kinda surprised it didn't sell before the laser. All very nice looking knives!!!
The cross section is a very shallow concave, except for the last 4mm or so from the edge, where it becomes convex.
Plenty of distal taper, like I said it is a nimble knife for its size. It is sold now, but that is generally how I forge and grind my knives these days.
Man that one was a beaut! Tough to beat that hexagonal bolster and the profile was awesome.
The gyuto/suji with inegral handle rocks. Super elegant and clean design.
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