Product Code: 7 5863 30 0
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Limited edition of only 500 units World Wide. F.Dick is taking the occasion of the 145th anniversary of sharpening steel production and the 240th anniversary since the founding of the company to offer a special limited edition model. The special pear-shaped handle design sits comfortably and safely in your hand. Each anniversary sharpening steel gets a consecutive number and an anniversary marking on the blade. The anniversary sharpening steel is limited to 500 pieces!
The history of the original Friedr. Dick Company began in 1778. When the company was founded as a file cutting workshop in the southern German town of Esslingen, It made to claim to support quality workmanship in Germany and the rest of the world-and this goal was achieved. As a result, the former craftsman’s shop grew to become an innovative industrial company with its headquarters in deizisau and remained true to its roots despite worldwide success. In 2018 the traditional company Friedr. Dick celebrated its 240th anniversary.
145 years of experience in the manufacturing of sharpening steels makes Friedr. Dick an absolute professional in the area of sharpening.
The production, consisting of traditional manual work and modern production technology, is a decisive factor for the outstanding quality, functionality and performance associated with the ”made in Germany” sharpening steels.
Friedr. Dick is the taking the occasion of the 145th anniversary of sharpening steel production and the 240th anniversary since the founding of the company to offer a special limited edition model.
- Steel has a 12″/30cm oval Sapphire cut rod.
- Perfectly balanced for a steel of it’s size.
- Light & compact(doesn’t feel like an anchor hanging from your pouch).
- Nearly 150 years worth of engineering nous has been implemented into this one steel.
- Ideal for the chef, hunter, butcher, farmer or anyone who needs to keep their knives sharp. Quality german made steel that won’t disappoint.
Below is a diagram of a correct steeling technique. Too much is made out about the difficulty of steeling a knife the key is practice and persistence.
Correct use of the sharpening steel: To sharpen the knife, draw the cutting edge several times alternately from the left and right along the entire length of the sharpening steel, ensuring the same number of strokes on both sides. Move the edge along the sharpening steel at an angle of 15 – 20°.
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