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The Gladiator Series R 'Obliterator' cleaver serves a single ferocious purpose - to obliterate any culinary obstacle in itâ€™s path with one brutal chop. Featuring outstanding craftsmanship, cutting-edge technology, stunning design elements, and premium materials. Peak performance has never looked so good at this price.
Incredibly razor sharp edge, full-tang, Forged from premium high-carbon 7cr17mov Steel and heat treated to 60HRC, this 9" steel behemoth weighs in at 2.9lbs and 6mm thick. With a menacing shape inspired by medieval weaponry, this heavy-weight titan is sure to power through anything placed before it with brutal efficiency.
Award winning design, with satisfying heft, premium materials and quality feel. The blade's edge is razor sharp, allowing for surprising precision, while the extra-thick black pakka-wood handle provides a solid grip from which to wield. Capable of sailing through virtually anything it may face, from beef, poultry or pork to tough-skinned fruits and vegetables, cutting with this mega-beast will put a smile on your face. Laminated and polished for a sanitary build, perfect for busy kitchens.
Engineered to perfection and hand polished to a satin finish. Carefully tapered for improved hardness, flexibility, and minimal slicing resistance. Tall blade height provides useful knuckle clearance. Included with the cleaver is a stylish handcrafted acacia wood stand, which serves the purpose to both store and display this savage instrument of chopping power, which is sure to garner attention where ever it is placed. Also included for those on the go is a PerfectFit saya with pin and string.
Dalstrong Trust: We know you'll love it! 100% SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE, try it risk free. LIFETIME WARRANTY against defect. Renowned Dalstrong customer service. See why chefâ€™s around the world trust and love, â€˜The Dalstrong Difference&aci