These limited batch knives are made like samurai swords

Using artisan techniques for production, you need these ultra-precise knifes

Published December 4, 2018 6:01AM (EST)

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You might love your tried and trusty knives to execute your favorite recipes — but inevitably, the time rolls around where everyone needs to upgrade. If you're looking to elevate your culinary prowess, look no further than this Damasukasu Japanese 3-Piece Master Chef Hanshu Knife Set.

These beautiful knives not only make a lovely addition to your kitchen, but they deliver unmatched precision whether you're butchering a chicken or julienning some vegetables. Made using the same techniques and process to shape traditional Samurai swords, these knives are guaranteed to remain as razor sharp from the first cut over the course of the year you use them. With a 12° degree cutting edge for laser precision and graded to an incredibly high 62+ Rockwell hardness, they're both durable and flexible enough to work with whatever you're cutting through.

Not only are they stain and rust resistant, but they also come with a 100-year guarantee. Each individual knife takes more than 120 hours to complete by hand, and are precision-balanced and weighted for an artisan knife you'll be using for years to come.

The set includes a 7-inch Nakiri vegetable knife, 8.5-inch slicing knife and 5-inch utility knife — and with only a limited number produced, it's a deal you want to take advantage of (especially with the holidays right around the corner). Usually this Damasukasu Japanese 3-Piece Master Chef Hanshu Knife Set is $299.99, but you can get it for the newly reduced price of $69.99.

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