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TUO Black Hawk Series

Our story


How we got our start?
Ten years ago, we started our journey by producing cutlery. With our sincerity, enthusiasm, amazing technology, and the spirit of continuous learning, we gradually expanded our brand influence to abroad. These factors also allow us to produce many excellent quality, customer - welcomed knife series.
What makes our product unique?
There are countless knife brands in the market, and it's uneasy to be success. By being progressive, our products has come to the fore, this is because we have experienced craftsmen, innovative designer, scientific and advanced producing method, what’s more, each of our members has a positive heart.
Why we love what we do?
The members of TUO cutlery have the pursuit of beautiful design, we have the same goal, working together in the same direction, which makes us have a good team atmosphere. We are committed to the good cooking to every family, so that more people can experience the wonderful cooking process.

Product Description

TUO Black Hawk Series Kitchen Knives

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Each Knife of the Black Hawk series will make you have a great knife using experience after our constant trial and improvement.In fact, he did. Featuring special-forged high-carbon stainless steel, the Black Hawk series have been forged elaborately through countless premium processes and more than 60 days and nights in continuous polish and workmanship. Our Black Hawk Series are designed to be a combination of simple beauty and practical functionality. They look calm and atmospheric, and every curve and angle of the handle is ergonomically designed for a comfortable and ambidextrous hold.

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BLACK HAWK SERIES KNIFE

Black Hawk series has many knives type, smooth lines, simple and beautiful, and practical functions. They are suitable for a wide variety of cooking tasks and always work best where they are needed. There's always a knife you want, and you won't regret having it.

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About TUO

TUO pursues high industry quality and surpasses industry standards. We would never be satisfied with more outstanding products and higher quality services. China is the workshop for the world, over 75% of the cutlery in the world is manufactured in YangJiang, China. Located in Yangjiang, the hometown of China's kitchen knives, Tuo brand has already become the industry pioneer, but we will not stop there, our spirit of exploring and adventuring will make TUO become an internationally popular brand. Let TUO Spirit inspires every restless heart in every corner of the world.

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