Ginsu Kotta Open Stock Series 4-Piece Japanese 420J2 Stainless Steel Steak Knife Set with Limited Lifetime Warranty
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- Japanese-style chef's knives designed for mincing, dicing and slicing
- Blades are made of commercial quality stainless steel that is stain and rust resistant and well known for sharpness and strength
- Dual serrated edge is specifically designed to cut with ease through fibrous meats
- Unique scalloped dual serrated edge prevents the tearing of food like traditional serrated blades
- Limited lifetime warranty
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The best thing I can compare with is a knife set is I've had for over ten years and still performs great, but I can't seem to find this type any more. This is the knife design I rate all knives I've used against and none have been better. This knife is called TechKnife Classic made by Mendix(have been bought I suspect). These knives have a one side micro serrated edge within macro serrations that appear to be computer optimized in some way because its a very complex multiplexed serration. These knives don't "chop" but rather "saw" food. I routinely and consistently slice onion slices 1-2mm thick and tomato slices 2-4mm thick without even thinking about it. This design will 'saw' through raw beef round roast like bread, but I notice fat will accumulate within the complex serration design and have to be pulled out occasionally. If some one knows where to obtain this design, please reply. But onto to my purchase experience.
First I bought a set of Oneida solid SS single sided serrated steak knives. I was impressed at first of how sharp they appeared to be, but once I used them I realized a single edge common serration design performed poorly to my other knives of past. Onion slices were ragged and the slicing was difficult to control. Tomatoes were much better, but again meat had a torn not sliced quality about it. I took those back.
Then I tried the Ginsu model above.Read more ›
Of course these aren't the best steak knives on the market, but they are affordable and get the job done. The serrated blades never need sharpening...a plus for me because I always make knives duller when I try to sharpen them. I was surprised to find the knives are a little bit heavy. With 5 months use, I haven't had any problems with rust. I even put them in the dishwasher. I'm satisfied with my purchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great knives...still sharp...lots of use...in dishwasher all the time.Published 14 months ago by Not a fake reviewer
These are amazing!!! I use them for everything now. Worth every penny. Must have.Published 16 months ago by Jodi S. Beeler
These knives keeps a good edge and looks very clean. Has a nice weight to it to not make it feel flimsy.Published 16 months ago by Don't Tase Me Bro
GREAT THESE WERE A GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS WELL RECEIVED STILL IN USE AND STILL SHARP GREAT BUYPublished 18 months ago by BLONDIE111
I like the originals better they were much lighter. These are sharp and hold an edge but on the heavy side.Published 18 months ago by SCHunter