The stainless steel blade of this Sequoia-handled Japanese tri-grind knife features two different edge styles: one with wide serrations such as you might see on a bread knife, and the other with much finer serrations. It excels at cutting a variety of tough materials: heavy cloth, styrofoam, pvc pipe, etc. In fact, it’s not only great in the shop, but can also find a variety of uses in the kitchen, such as cutting boney fish. A pleasure to use and hold, and the wood handle has a hole to allow hanging from pegboard or hook. Keep one in the shop and one in the house.