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6" Petty Kiritsuke

MIGHT BE SMALL, BUT IT PACKS A PRETTY PUNCH

119,99€69,95€

The Choppn' Knives 6" Petty Kiritsuke paring knife is a masterfully forged precision instrument. 


It's perfect for a multitude of small tasks where more precise cuts are needed, such as trimming broccoli, green beans, or other smaller vegetables.


Some cooks like to use it in their hand, too — almost like a large paring knife. Others like its smaller size as an alternative to the chef’s knife.


Its very slightly curved belly enables it to do moderate rocking cuts. It’s nimble enough to peel an onion in hand, then slice it up in short order.


This knife delivers no matter what you place on the chopping board. It is the perfect addition to your knife-roll for precision cuts.

Features & Details

  • Japanese VG10 cutting core

  • 66 layers of Damascus Steel (10Cr15CoMoV)

  • Double bevel edge sharpened by hand using the traditional Honbazuke method

  • Lightweight feel for reduced fatigue

  • Equal weight distribution for optimal balance

  • Multicolored stabilized wood handle (colors can't be chosen)

Frequently Asked Questions

How sharp are Choppn' Knives?

All Choppn' Knives are hand sharpened using the traditional japanese technique known as the Honbazuke Method. This tradtional Japanese method gives every blade its incomparable sharpness. 


Every blade is sharpened and polished by hand in three stages in a complex process. The blade is first coarsely ground using a vertically rotating sharpening stone, followed by a fine honing using a horizontally rotating sharpening stone. The edge is then polished using a leather stropping block for scalpel-like sharpness.

How are the handles made so unique?

The signature Hayami handle is made of multicolored stabilised wood. 


The process of stabilizing wood involves drying the wood to get rid of any moisture that it holds. The wood and a stabilizing agent are then placed in a chamber under a vacuum which removes any air from the pores of the wood and fills any voids. 


The stabilizing chemical used is a food safe epoxy resin and this is where the variety of colours come from as different dyes can be added. The process gives each piece of wood a different finish and this, combined with the woods graining, means that no two Choppn' Handles will ever be exactly the same. 

Do Choppn' Knives come with a Warranty?

Choppn' offers a 1-year limited warranty on all knives purchased from our website. The warranty covers the repair or replacement of any defective material or component. In the rare case that we are unable to repair or replace the defective material or component, we will submit a refund. It does not cover any issues due to normal wear and tear, misuse or loss/theft of the knife.


Unlike the majority of kitchen knives available on the market, Japanese Chef's knives have a thin blade edge that is extremely sharp but fragile. Please use special care when you use them and never use them to cut or separate frozen food, or cut very hard ingredients.

Features & Details

  • Japanese VG10 cutting core
  • 66 layers of Damascus Steel (10Cr15CoMoV)
  • Double bevel edge sharpened by hand using the traditional Honbazuke method
  • Lightweight feel for reduced fatigue
  • Equal weight distribution for optimal balance
  • Multicolored stabilized wood handle (colors can't be chosen)

12 Month Warranty

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Effortless cuts.

Perfect Balance guarantees no more Wrist pain or Fatigue while cooking.

Lasting Sharpness.

Double bevel edge ensures long term sharpness - cut after cut.

Unique Design.

Boring handles are a thing of the past - Add some color to your kitchen.

In numbers.


6" Petty Kiritsuke

The paring knife is the baby of the family. It’s shaped like a chef’s knife in miniature with a curved blade and pointed tip; however, its small size makes it the perfect choice for ingredients that require detailed handwork.

Dimensions:

Cutting edge length: 159mm

Total Length: 272mm 

Blade Thickness: 2.0mm 

Blade Width: 37mm 

Handle Length: 113mm 

Weight:

150 grams

Ideal for:

Peeling fruits and vegetables to scoring meats and deveining shrimp.

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Just the FAQs.


How sharp are Choppn' Knives?

All Choppn' Knives are hand sharpened using a traditional Japanese technique known as the Honbazuke Method. This tradtional Japanese method gives every Choppn' Knives blade its incomparable sharpness. 


The Honbazuke Method involves a 3-Stage complex sharpening process done entirely by hand and finished to a mirror polish. The blade is first coarsely ground using a vertically rotating sharpening stone, followed by a fine honing using a horizontally rotating sharpening stone. The edge is then polished using a leather stropping block for scalpel-like sharpness.

How are the handles made so unique?

The signature Hayami handle is made of multicolored stabilised wood. 


The process of stabilizing wood involves drying the wood to get rid of any moisture that it holds. The wood and a stabilizing agent are then placed in a chamber under a vacuum which removes any air from the pores of the wood and fills any voids. 


The stabilizing chemical used is a food safe epoxy resin and this is where the variety of colours come from as different dyes can be added. The process gives each piece of wood a different finish and this, combined with the woods graining, means that no two Choppn' Handles will ever be exactly the same. 

Do Choppn' Knives come with a Warranty?

Choppn' offers a 12 Month limited warranty on all knives purchased from our website. The warranty covers the repair or replacement of any defective material or component. In the rare case that we are unable to repair or replace the defective material or component, we will submit a refund. The warranty does not cover any issues due to normal wear and tear, misuse, bad maintenance or loss/theft of the knife.


Unlike the majority of kitchen knives available on the market, Japanese Chef's knives have a thin blade edge that is extremely sharp but fragile. Please use special care when you use them and never use them to cut or separate frozen food, open cans, or cut very hard ingredients.


For more information regarding best practices and Knife care please refer to our Maintenance Guide