Global Knives were introduced to the market by Komin Yamada, a legendary Japanese product designer. He was given a brief to create a range of knives that were truly innovative and different, using the best available manufacturing methods and machinery with the latest stainless steel materials. He created a series of kitchen knives which brought the art of Japanese knife making to Western consumers and chefs. Global Knives use their proprietary steel, Chromova18 in all their knives, a high carbon steel with molybdenum and vanadium mix achieving a hardness rating of 56-58 HRC. This offers knives that are able to hold a edge for a long time whilst being easy to resharpen. Global uniquely uses covex edges on their blade edges. These edges wear less much more slowly than flat grinds and is the real reason why Global knives stay sharp for an exceptionally long time.
All Global ranges use a stainless steel handle, a feature that has become the brand's trademark. Global knives are famous the world over for their outstanding design, performance and ease of use in both home and professional settings. Still the market leader.to which all other brands are compared. Choose from their 3 ranges, Global Classic, Ni and Sai.
The Global G series of knives are Global ‘s classic collection of larger, longer bladed knives with weighted hollow handles. An extensive collection of chefs knives, slicers, choppers and large professional knives, there is something for all types of cooking.
The Global GS Series is a classic collection of small and medium sized knives with weighted hollow handles, including palette knives, fish bone tweezers and food turners, suitable for all areas of food preparation. All Global GS knives are made with Global's Chromova18 stainless steel and feature Global's sharp 15 degree blades. For lighter more intricate work, there is something in the GS series of knives for everyone.
The GF Range is Global's collection of drop forged knives. The handle sits on the tang of the blade creating a knife which is heavier and more durable that its G and GS counterparts. The knives are substantially stronger than the G series of knives, they make excellent knives for professional chefs.
The GSF range is made up of smaller, but strong, fully forged knives with solid handles. The Global Small Forge Range knives are made from one piece of steel and have small blades. These knives are good for lots of little kitchen tasks and Global make 9 different petty knives to compliment the larger hollow handle series. These knives all have flat handles and are built for endurance in the kitchen as they are some of the most used knives from Global sets.
Global Ni are the second in the new generation of Global Knives (Ni meaning 2). These knives have all you would expect of the Global range; razor sharp edges, Chromova18 stainless steel and Global's famous perfectly weighted hollow handles. What set the Global Ni apart are the improvements to the original series. Thicker blades with slightly longer handles and a spine that has been slightly rounded to provide control and comfort using a pinch grip.
SAI knives feature a 3 ply stainless steel blade, with a core of ultra-hard Cromova18 stainless steel with two outer layers of 18/10 steel for added strength and corrosion resistance. Each blade has an individually hammered pattern design on the blades. The seven dots on the handles are designed to represent the seven noble virtues of the Samurai’s code of honour; Integrity, Courage, Compassion, Respect, Honesty, Honour and Loyalty.
2020 marks the 35th Anniversary of the world leading and award-winning iconic brand of Japanese premium knives: Global®. It’s been further acclaimed winner of the coveted ‘Best Knife Brand’ category at the Readers’ Choice Awards 2020. It won the awards 11 times in a row!... From a decade of dominance, this accolade shows that the brand remains at the forefront of the industry and has been selected by professional chefs and keen home cooks alike as their preferred choice. Global® knives, which is distributed worldwide has maintained its reputation for quality, unrivalled sharpness, balance and longevity.
Sets put together specially by Michel Roux Junior to 'cook to the Roux way'
The name 'UKON' has many positive connotations in Japanese legend. UKON knives are subject to even more precise grinding and finishing work, making them 10 percent sharper out of the box. The knives are designed with an ambidextrous thumb rest that sits closer to the blade for added control and efficiency. The underside of the handle features GLOBAL's trademark indentations, making UKON knives extremely comfortable to hold.