Diamond-Like Carbon - the
protective shield for the blade
The outstanding cutting properties of the JANUS and SOUL collections cannot be achieved with conventional stainless steel grades. Nesmuk therefore developed a very special type of steel processing that ensures unrivaled sharpness and durability at the same time. Unusually thin-ground blades, precision craftsmanship: this is how Nesmuk creates some of the lightest and sharpest knives in the world.
The perfect combination
of hardness and flexibility
The extremely thin and narrow blade ensures the necessary flexibility to precisely apply and perform very fine cuts. The low friction values of the DLC coating support even the finest cuts. For all fine work, such as paring meat, filleting fish and meat or filleting vegetables and fruit. But also excellently suited for cutting bacon, ham, etc. extremely finely.
Aesthetic and ergonomic
Ergonomic and solid handles for fatigue-free work: The design of the Nesmuk handle is as aesthetic as it is practical. For the wooden handles, Nesmuk uses only the best, often hand-picked pieces of exquisite quality. With wood as a naturally grown material, each handle is unique due to its individual grain, color shades and inclusions.
Good cooks have respect for
Factory farming. Mass cultivation. Mass production. - Quantity instead of quality. We live in an "abundance and throwaway society" that has forgotten how to properly value what feeds us. This starts with production, continues with processing and ends with consumption.
Good cooks have respect for food. They have the necessary respect and work with the utmost care and dedication. Respect is also reflected in the high craftsmanship, quality and sharpness of Nesmuk knives. Numerous top chefs around the world support Nesmuk's attitude as ambassadors: giving food the respect it deserves.
Blade: 160 mm, niobium steel, 60 HRC, flat ground, DLC coating
Ferrules: stainless steel matt brushed
Included: High quality matte black box, certificate of authenticity
The distinctive feature of the JANUS series is the black DLC coating on the blade. Diamond like Carbon refers to a pure carbon layer that is created in a very complex process. Carbon atoms are shot onto the blade surface and form a hard, black layer of pure carbon that is chemically inert. This makes the blades of the Janus series not only visually special, but also technically. They have a higher surface hardness and are completely resistant to acids, salts and other chemical influences.
Abrasives such as silicon carbide are often used in household cleaning sponges. These are capable of damaging the DLC coating. Therefore, generally do not use cleaning agents that contain abrasives. A damaged coating no longer protects against corrosion:
Learn more here: Care instructions
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We ship depending on the place of delivery with UPS, DHL or especially for shipments to countries outside the EU with different forwarding and transport companies. As soon as your package leaves our manufactory, a shipping confirmation will be sent to you automatically. The delivery time depends on the product and the chosen country of delivery. For each item, the time to delivery is indicated directly in the product display. If, contrary to expectations, the ordered product is not available in time, we will inform you immediately. Errors are always reserved.
Ergonomic and solid handles for fatigue-free work: The design of the Nesmuk handle is as aesthetic as it is practical. For the wooden handles, Nesmuk uses only the best, often hand-picked pieces of exquisite quality and certified origin. In addition, Nesmuk offers two high-tech plastics, Juma and Micarta.
We should always be aware of what ecologically sustainable and ethically correct agriculture and the food industry look like, and politicians and civil society must act accordingly. Together with the Respect Ambassadors in our campaign, Nesmuk would like to make a contribution in this direction by showing examples of sufficiency-based farming and the respectful treatment of plants and animals.
Find out more here: Nesmuk Story