Standard length carpenters chisels with gouge shaped blades. Incannel gouges are ground inside giving an outside cutting edge. Outcannel are ground outside giving an inside cutting edge. Blade about 4" long.
I don't know why Pfeil is calling them carpenters chisels. Is that what Europeans call bench chisels? I noted that they are boasting about the steel being K 510. Is that significant or is it standard for chisels. What about the rc 60 hardness. I thought I saw rc 61 or rc 62 regarding the old style. But I cant seem to find were I saw that. One of my main concerns and the reason why I purchased this set is edge retention.
I mentioned that carpenters chisels would lead someone in the US to think they are intended for rough work. Were Craftsman may be considered for fine work. Just the opposite of what the language or terminology differences would indicate.