Noa is an acronym for Noroeste Argentino, or Argentine Northwest, where a lot of the country's produce comes from. It is our version of the Japanese Nakiri. Noa prefers a plant-based diet and is designed precisely for slicing, dicing, and mincing fruits and veggies.
The blade is made of Swedish Sandvik Stainless Steel which is highly coveted in the knife-making world. It is renowned for its excellent corrosion resistance, high hardness, and outstanding edge retention, making it very easy to maintain.
This model features a limited edition handle. The handle is made from Guayucan, a dark, heavy hardwood native to South America topped off with a Mulberry accent. Mulberry has a natural, yellow tone, and pairs wonderfully with the dark Guayacan.
Length (Blade/Full Knife): 7in / 13in
Case: Heavy Duck Canvas
- We use a 2.0mm 14C28N Sandvik for our small and mid-sized knives (Pampa, Noa, Enojito and Sting). The Rockwell hardness from the last test was 62.
- We use a 2.5mm 12C27 Sandvik for our heftier blades (Furia, Pez, Pan, and Chiquito). The Rockwell hardness from the last test was 59.
- All blades are hand-sharpened, but we aim for a sharpening angle of 18 to 19 degrees.
- Hand-wash only. Dry off after washing.
- Do not use on surfaces that are harder than the blade itself.
Made by the Ramo Filos Workshop run by Andres, German, and Joaquin, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. See our video below showing how they make each piece.
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