Guede Delta 10" Sharpening Steel
Good knives require a good sharpening steel, to keep knives perfectly sharp after regular usage. A proper sharpening steel should have a sufficient length to be able to sharpen an entire blade as well as an oval shape to provide a wider sharpening surface than circular sharpening steels. When using a good sharpening steel, keeping your knives sharp will be effortless. Many professional and amateur chefs regularly use a sharpening steel to keep their knives in perfect condition, out of love for their work tools.
Guede offers a sharpening steel that beautifully matches its knives from the Delta series. The Delta series is the latest Guede series of knives. All pieces in the series are hand forged from a single piece of corrosion-resistant chrome molybdenum vanadium knife steel and are then further perfected in more than 40 mostly manual process steps. The stylish design of the handles features African Blackwood – one of the heaviest wood species in the world, which gives each piece of the Delta series an unparalleled balance.
Guede is known for forging top quality knives in small lots in the German city of Solingen, following the traditions of the old art of making knives that have given Solingen its world renowned reputation. Guede knives have won numerous design awards and are loved by chefs and knife aficionados all over the world. If you only want the best cooking tools and want your knives properly maintained, the Guede Delta Sharpening Steel will do the job easily while also complementing your kitchen with its stylish and sleek design.
Key features of the Guede Delta Sharpening Steel:
- Hand Forged from a single piece of chrome molybdenum vanadium knife steel
- African blackwood handle: unparalleled balance
- Outstanding design – winner of the Interior Innovation Award 2011 and nominee of the German Design Award 2012
- Blade Material: chrome molybdenum vanadium knife steel
- Handle Material: African Blackwood
- Blade Length: 26cm (10")
- Handles are not dishwasher safe – clean your knife with a damp cloth after each use.