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J.A. Henckels International Fine Edge Pro 7-Inch Santoku, Hollow Edge


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  • Single 7-inch Santoku knife for preparing meat, fish, and vegetables
  • Fine-polished hollow razor edge, ideal for extra thin cutting
  • High quality, German stainless steel blade with precision, stamped construction
  • Black, satin-finished polypropylene handle with triple rivets; fully visible tang construction provides proper balance
  • Handwash with mild cleanser; lifetime warranty
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Material Polypropylene Handle Wood Stainless Steel Cutlery Stainless Steel
Blade Material Carbon Stainless Steel Carbon Stainless Steel
Dimensions 2 inches x 10.5 inches x 3.5 inches 1.5 inches x 9.5 inches x 1.5 inches 1 inches x 12 inches x 1 inches 5.25 inches x 16.25 inches x 6 inches
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Similar to a chef's knife in that it can complete many kitchen cutting tasks, the Santoku knife from the Fine Edge Pro series boasts hollow edges; it has special indentations to ensure food slides easily away and helps prevent foods from sticking as you s

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  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 3.5 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BMCJOW
  • Item model number: 31428-181
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #186,854 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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3.5 out of 5 stars

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Little Rabbit Foo Foo on March 2, 2006
First the bad:

1.) Made in China instead of in Germany

2.) Stamped instead of forged blade

3.) Plastic handle

Now for the good:

1.) Full tang instead of fake handle

2.) Stamped high-carbon stainless-steel blades

3.) Dishwasher-safe (though not recommended)

4.) Full Henckels lifetime warranty

5.) Low-cost but high-value

6.) All the utility of much more expensive knives

This knife is available at Target for the same price, but the full set on Amazon is a better value overall if you don't already have a knife set. If you have any aspirations of some day owning a great knife set, you owe it to yourself to get this knife or its set to learn how to care for a more expensive set. This knife will provide years of solid use while giving you an idea of what it takes to properly care for a fine blade. If you're the average amateur chef, you'll probably abuse this knife or possibly even chip the edge, which you would NOT want to do with a $200 knife.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Conelly on January 4, 2007
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This knife is sharp, but it is too thin. The blade is very thin. When you have to apply pressure to the top of the blade, it could hurt your hand or finger. Spend more money and get the quality knife.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous Mom on May 14, 2007
We were amazed at how great this knife was at the price! But about a month after owning it, the tip of the knife broke off! Spend the extra money and get the more expensive version.
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Ya know... I'm a little disappointed in this knife. I have a Henckels International Fine Edge Pro Block set that I got in about 2004. It's the one that's like $120-150 or something like that. It's not crazy high quality or world class cutlery but it's good. Well made, solid knives that I have loved working with over the past ten years. And this knife is supposed to be an extension of that set. Same brand, series, everything. The most notable difference is the blade material. I'm not sure exactly what grade of steel either one is or anything, but the steel in this blade is noticeable more coarse than the others. Even when sharpened to a razor, which I did as soon as I took it out of the package, it still feels kind of rough. Not sure how to explain it, exactly. Maybe it's that the steel is slightly porous? I realize it's a very cheap knife, but I have other cheap knives with noticeably better steel. The handle is a softer, more coarse plastic whereas the old ones are made of something more like a resin product that was very polished and clean out of the box. This one is a little rough and uneven where it was shaped and sanded down at the factory. The two halves don't even line up at the top, it's asymmetrical. Anyway, in conclusion, I'd say this knife is probably worth 15 bucks, but it's not the value I've come to expect from Henckels. I'm gonna use it a while and give it a fair shot, but I will go up to the next series by them the next time I buy a Henckels knife and that will be their last opportunity to impress me. Hate to see a company I love let their quality control slip this much.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alan N. on April 6, 2008
If you don't care about expensive knives, but want a sharp knife for slicing, this one is great. For me, the length is fine and I don't want to spend top dollar for a top of the line knife. Couldn't beat the sale price either.
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While it's a full tang, this is still an international. It lacks some of the final touches a proper knife requires, such as a dull spine. You will cut yourself on the spine of this knife. Also, the metal is cheap, so make sure you dry it thoroughly after hand washing, otherwise you will start missing pieces of your cutting edge.

For the price, not terrible. For just a little more, you can get a proper Zwilling version though. Don't waste your time if you're serious about your novice kitchenwork.
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By Manny on February 23, 2015
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So so knife. Out of the box sharpness was okay, but it tends to wedge itself into foods and stick. Not nearly as good as the other Henkels knives I've owned (paring, steak and cleaver). The spine (back) of the knife isn't well rounded as well - you can definitely feel a sharp edge that will need to be sanded down for comfort. For $15, it's just okay, not great.
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