The small Global GSF-15 8cm Peeling Knife is the most popular Global peeling knife and excels at paring & peeling, trimming & dicing.
It is also used to make a cut known as a tourné cut in vegetables such as carrots. Global also offers the Global GS-97 Oriental Cook’s Knife as an alternative or try any other paring and peeling knife by Global! There are a lot of alternatives in their GSF series.
Global knives are handcrafted by Japanese craftsmen and made to exacting standards from the finest CROMOVA 18 stainless steel. These knives are ice tempered and hardened to Rockwell C56˚- 58˚. This holds a razor-sharp edge longer than any other steel and resists rust, stains and corrosion. The Global Classic collection has remained unchanged since 1985 as a true testament to its quality and unique construction. This original collection designed by Komin Yamada promises durability, quality and timeless design that captures the spirit of Global’s philosophy and insistence on excellence.
The GSF Series (GLOBAL SMALL FORGED) is made up of smaller knives with forged blades and solid handles. Perfect for peeling, paring and chopping those smaller food items, the GSF range will have something for you.
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- CROMOVA 18 stainless steel blade retains its razor-sharp edge longer than any major knife brand.
- The unique convex edge of the Global blade makes cuts smoother, requiring less energy.
- Acute 15-degree cutting edge.
- Ergonomic, stainless-steel hygienic handles with the signature Global dimple pattern offer a bolster-less, comfortable and slip-resistant grip.
- Perfectly balanced handles precisely calibrated to offset the weight of the blade.
- Ice tempered and hardened to Rockwell C56˚- 58˚.
- Made in Japan
Global GSF-15 Peeling Knife 8cm Sizing:
- Total length: 178 mm
- Blade length: 75 mm
- Blade height: 15 mm
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