Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #1
- Calculated at Checkout
Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto
Steel - Through Hardened 1060 Steel
Total Length - 18 inches
Blade Length - 11 inches
Blade width - 1 inch
Handle Length - 5.5 inches
I love my new Tanto, very beautiful blade.
First off I would like to start off by saying I own 2 Ronin Tanto's and 5 dojo Pro Katana's and without question they are by far the best Katana's and Tanto's available anywhere at this price point. You won't find anything close until you hit the $500-$600 mark and even those don't always have a Saya as nice as the Ronin. So now onto the review. Everything was packed nicely and arrived quickly. The customer service is flawless Ronin Katana is truely a first class customer service based company. The blade was flawless and very sharp. The ito wrap is very tight and we'll wrapped with the diamond pattern being nice and even. The tanto fits snuggly in the Says with no rattle, it stays in the Saya even when held upside down. The Ronin Dojo Pro series continues to impress me. I have not received a bad one yet. The quality at this price point for the Tanto's and Katana's are something other vendors can only dream of. I also own a SBG custom T10 katana and a Rjujin DH 1060 katana although both are nice and I love my SBG custom katana but neither can compete when it comes to what you get from Ronin for the price. Choose Ronin Katana you can't go wrong.
Fine workmanship. Good-looking. Completes a set,
Blade surprisingly thin near habaki...
non alternating wrap-c'mon ...
# stars only for Ronin 1060 reputation
You won't find a tanto of this quality anywhere at this price. It ticks all the boxes, with the carbon steel, excellent fit, no play at the tsuka, very sharp, beautiful saya, well executed grinds & fuller, balance...I think I will go ahead and order the other 2!
I love this! I love this! I feel that my tanto #1 is about as perfect as you can get for a tanto at this price range and even a few times more expensive. The point of balance is 1.25 inches ahead of the tsuba and gives a "good" feel to the tanto in your hand. There are no manufacturing marks on the blade or hardware at all. The diamond shaped blade tip is evenly made and should provide exceptional thrusting/piercing performance. No wobble or play what-so-ever with the tsuba & seppa. The diamonds on the tsuka are next to absolute perfect--the best I've seen on any Japanese style blade coming out of China and that's no exaggeration! The saya is very smooth & black. No buffalo horn here, but everything is neatly executed. This beauty is just plain flawless in my opinion and I definitely received my monies worth from Ronin Katana. The Number 1 is a steal at twice the price.