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F. Dick - 9" Chef'S Knife, Forged


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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0001EK2UI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,327,398 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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F. Dick - 9" Chef'S Knife, Forged. F. Dick uses the state-of-the-art production plants and guarantees a uniform, continuously monitored quality of the hardening process. Steel and plastic are firmly welded absolutely gap-free to one another. The handles are made of high-quality, resistant and foodstuffs-compatible plastic. The knives are checked on a laser angle gauge to ensure the optimum sharpening and honing angle.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Thomas on July 5, 2004
I've been using one of these every day for a year and a half now and I'm just not impressed. Sure it beats the heck out of something you'd buy at Target for $10, but it's got some serious drawbacks.
First off, it's heavy. I'm a big guy, but even in my hands it feels weighty. If you are cutting up a whole turkey or pig carcass, this knife rocks. If you are trying to do anything smaller, it's a pain.
Second, it's got a really thick blade that tapers from top to the edge in a triangular shape. Again, this thick blade is great for big jobs, but if you are trying to do anything delicate or, god forbid, a brunoise - forget it. The tapering of the blade causes your cuts to be angled and makes it an exercise in frustration to do nice knife cuts. Even for simply dicing onions, it's too bulky.
Finally, it requires frequent attention with a whetstone and honing steel to keep sharp. There are other knives (like a Global or better still a Shun) that don't require this much pampering.
If you need a knife for cutting up carcasses or whole primals and don't want a cleaver, this knife is a good choice. Otherwise, look elsewhere and you can find far better knives for almost the same price.
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By Whitney Sykes on April 27, 2014
I got this knife back in 2000 as part of my knife kit at culinary school, and have been using it ever since. Yes, it does need to be sharpened with a stone or other honing device, but so do a lot of other knives out there. It is a little bit on the heavy side, but I like that in a knife, to me it means that if I should drop it (which I have on many occasion) it's not going to fall apart! In my opinion, it's an overall good knife.
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