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JAPANESE SEKIRYU DEBA CHEF KNIFE

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  • Deba Knife is ideal for cutting through bones and toughened portions on medium sized fish, meats, poultry and vegetables.
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JAPANESE SEKIRYU DEBA CHEF KNIFE + Sekizo Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 240mm #F741 + Sekizo Yanagiba Sashimi Knife 210mm
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 3 x 1 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000UCE81K
  • Item model number: SR300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,233 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Authentic "Made in Japan" Razor Sharp Hand Forged Knife Seki City in Japan is famous samurai sword-making center and the blade smiths of Seki City have been making some of the world's finest cutlery for more than 700 years. This knife is made by Sekiryu Corporation of Japan, which is very well known in Japan as one of the best knife makers in Japan Product Description: Blade Length: 6 1/4" Blade, 11". overall Resist Rust, Stain Free, Dishwasher-safe and Very Easy to Re-Sharpen Material for Blade: High Density Chromium Cobalt Carbon Vanadium Stainless Steel Blade Matrial for Handle: Densely Grained Genuine Japanese Hardwood. Japanese Lettering Hand Carved in the Blade and Hand Sharpened by Professional Japanese Maker for long lasting Sharp Edge.


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Extremely sharp, well balanced and comfortable to use.
Robin C.
I have been using it for julliening carrots, dicing peppers -jalapenos, serranos, other peppers and dicing onions.
Richard Morrow
If you're just looking for a cheap handy knive that can be sharpened to a razor edge this isn't a bad choice.
maddog

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Badasss on January 12, 2013
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This knife is a little light weight compared to other deba knives I've used but super sharp. I am a professional chef and I use this knife everyday great little utility knife. Slices great stays sharp for days on a quick hone. Plastic piece at hilt slipped but its an easy fix. And handle is totally untreated wood but a little oil from time to time takes care of that. For the price it unbeatable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Arthur D. Reynolds on May 23, 2014
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I have read several fair reviews, and they are mostly positive, but owning several of them, I feel compelled to point out a couple of oversights by other reviewers.

Firstly, I have read several reviews that describe some of the knives as being "too light" or "less sturdy" than others of the same type. They are indeed substantially lighter than many knives of similar style, BUT this is a positive for those folks who actually know how to use a knife. I'm no professional chef, but I know how to use a knife for cutting. These knives are razor sharp, and hold a good edge for a long time when properly used and cared for. They also sharpen relatively easily. That said, if you are looking to cut through bone, get a saw or a cleaver. These knives are designed for cutting flesh and vegetables, not quartering a steer. If you use these knives for cutting up food, they are wonderful. If you use them to chop down walnut saplings in the back yard, there are other, better knives. Think of them as surgical instruments, not hatchets, and they'll serve you well.

Secondly, the handles are raw wood. When you get the knife or knives, buy a small can of polyurethane and simply dip the handles and then hang the knife point up, allowing the excess to run off onto a newspaper. leave the knife hanging for 24 hours to allow the finish on the handle to cure. Steel wool the handle lightly with 0000 steel wool, and repeat the dip-hang-cure-steel wool process to get 3 or 4 good coats of polyurethane into the handle. This brings out the beauty of the wooden handles and toughens them considerably as well. It also prevents oils from hands or foods to build up in the wood's grain.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Martin H. Koehler on November 27, 2013
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I bought several of these knifes in this price range. For the most part the deliver on what they are supposed to do, prepping ingredients for cooking. Just few minor points, to me they are a bit to light to work with, sometimes having to use more force then necessary while prepping food stuffs. Also they do not keep their edge as well as similar knifed that cost quiet a bit more. I believe these make good stater knifes for someone who has just come into cooking and is still learning their prepping, cutting, chopping skills.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robin C. on January 29, 2013
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I ordered several Japanese knives as a gift in December and upon seeing them decided to get the same Deba and Nakiri for myself. I needed to pay the postman $.51 postage due...not a good start.
The knives were very different from the first set. They have a cast pattern that I guess is supposed to look like Damascus steel...not unattractive, just not what I had previously received. The kanji inscription was not carved into the steel but on an adhesive label. They also have an intentional unpolished area on the blades...perhaps a non-stick element?
So appearance-wise, not what I ordered.
Extremely sharp, well balanced and comfortable to use. My first Deba use was on a stick of very hard salami...effortless and paper thin slices..so I decided to see what it would do on a very sharp aged provolone (the type that almost crumbles)..again paper thin and surprisingly no sticking to the blade. Same great results with the Nakiri on vegetables. Mincing garlic super small, ginger threads and general vegetable slicing/chopping...top notch.
So Functionality...a great knife for the price.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By maddog on November 12, 2011
I beleive this is the same knife in another review.
What I basically what I put in that review.
This is a reasonably priced deba.
The ootb sharpness is about par with some Wusthof and Henckels products.Nothing special compared to higher price point japanese knives.
The fit and finish are ok but nothing special here either.
Nice balance though.
I put a razors edge on the one I purchased.
I haven't really done a lot of cutting with it so I can't comment on the edge retention. But it sharpened easily so it doesn't appear to be super hardened.It can be used as a cleaver so that's not a bad thing..
After staining the handle. And polishing the blade.Both easily accomplished. It's not a bad looking knife either.
Appears to be worth the money if you're not ready to shell out a hundred bucks or more to see it a deba is a knife you'll like and use.
Once you see what this cheap one will do you might decide a deba is a knife you want and upgrade.Instead of spending $50-150 and finding out you don't appreciate it.
If you're just looking for a cheap handy knive that can be sharpened to a razor edge
this isn't a bad choice.
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By UrbanMonique on August 23, 2014
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Not for everyone, as I'll explain below, but still a great value for a Japanese steel blade. No frills, no fancy, just a nice, hefty, decently balanced and made knife. The Deba is a heftier blade than a santoku or nakiri, meant for chopping. It's not a heavy cleaver, but for every day stuff like poultry, large batches of veggies, and the like, it does an admirable job. You should know that this is a single bevel knife, meaning that, unlike western kitchen knives, only one side is beveled and sharpened. As such, it takes some knowledge, skill, and practice to keep these sharp. They are also high carbon steel, meaning they must be cleaned and dried immediately after use. The grip is unfinished, something you'll want to remedy for long use. I sanded it lightly, and then used Rock Hard as a finish, but you could use thin super glue every bit as effectively.
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