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FDick 7650428 11" Fine Cut Multicut Steel

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FDick 7650428 11" Fine Cut Multicut Steel

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12" long Fine cut Flat Shape: oval
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Keep your knife collection sharp and ready to use in your commercial kitchen. This multi-cut steel measures 11" and is flat-shaped providing a wider surface for ease of use. And fine cut, it will get your knives extra-sharp.

A multi-functional design, it is also suitable for honing and grinding. Made with a plastic handle, it further provides a comfortable but secure grip for added safety.

  • Multicut Steel
  • 12" long
  • Fine cut
  • Flat
  • Shape: oval
Specifications
  • Brand:
  • F Dick
  • Model #:
  • 7650428
  • Ship weight:
  • 1 lb
  • Sold As:
  • 1 ea
  • Item Number:
  • 0015-7650428
  • Size:
  • 11"
  • Handle Color:
  • Black
  • Type:
  • Sharpening Steel
  • Material:
  • Steel
  • Handle Material:
  • Plastic
  • Blade Type:
  • Oval
  • TigerChef ID:
  • 39752

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Cosmin Verified Buyer
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02-08-2018

One look at this steel, and I had no idea what to expect. There isn't anything else quite like it, so I couldn't wait to test it out!
Over the past couple of months, I have been trying this steel out on various knives, and different edge conditions. For edges that already nearly straight, it hones them as fast as a fine cut steel. While for edges that have deeper dings, this steel straightens them about as fast as a medium cut. In both cases, the edge looks as if it was honed on a fine-cut steel.

So how it actually works... I explain this a little clearer in my video above, but it hones at two levels. The areas of the blade that are nearly straight pass over the fine grooves, while the deep dents in the edge drop into the deeper grooves. You're basically honing part of the blade on a fine steel, and the other on a coarse one at the same time. As the deep dents straighten, they no longer drop in the large grooves, and instead are honed by the fine surface.

Having researched this steel extensively, a common issue other folks have run into is that dropping it can chip the hardened coating on the corners of those deep grooves. I recommend storing it in some kind of sheath to protect the surface from this type of mishap. I made a simple one for mine using a piece of cloth and some cardstock.

Note, I recommend going slowly, especially with harder knives, letting the weight of the knife do the work. This is an aggressive steel that can easily chip your blade if you rush on the first few passes.

Specs:
Overall length: 16 7/8" (not including loop)
Honing surface length: 11" overall, 10 1/4" includes both fine and deep cuts. (see photos)
Honing surface texture: Fine with deep grooves (see photos)
Hardness (specified by manufacturer): HRC 66
Made in Germany

Functionality: 5/5
+ very light.
+ hones deep dents in an edge very fast.
+ no signs of wear after several weeks of use.
+ very comfortable handle.
+ loop on handle for hanging.
- hardened coating is brittle on the sharp corners. May be damaged if dropped.

Fit and Finish: 5/5
+ no dents, scratches or issues out of box.
- does not come with a sheath (see my note above)

Value: NA
There isn't a comparable steel on the market. But the closest approximation would be two fdick steels the sapphire and fine cuts. Doing a few on the sapphire cut, and followed by the fine cut, would give you an approximation of the multicut.

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Joe Archutowski Verified Buyer
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08-28-2017

A very good product. Keeps my knives nice and sharp.

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