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This item: Kuhn Rikon Original Small Santoku Knife Colori 5-Inch Blade, Black
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|Blade Material||Stainless Steel||Carbon||Stainless Steel||Stainless steel|
|Dimensions||2 inches x 10.5 inches x 0.5 inches||0.5 inches x 5 inches x 1.25 inches||2.25 inches x 11.5 inches x 0.75 inches||1 inches x 8.5 inches x 0.5 inches|
The Small Santoku is the go-to knife for small jobs that require precision cutting. The Kuhn Rikon Small Santoku Knife has holes and bumps that release good. Blade is high carbon Japanese steel and the nonstick coating ensures that food releases easily. Matching safety sheath protects blade when not in use.
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Very good little knife for the price. As there is much disagreement on the matter I don't consider it a flaw but I prefer the "dimples" to be on the outside of the cut so... Read morePublished 11 days ago by loonery, Boston, MA
I got a red one before (for cutting fruits at work) and liked it so much I got this green one too, for home.Published 1 month ago by Rhino
cut myself getting it out of the packaging; so sharp I did not know I was bleeding
Even though it is made in China it is of decent quality. Extremely sharp with good blade size. Handle might be a little thin for some.Published 3 months ago by Youser
- Great blade steel: easy to sharpen, holds an edge. I have actually sharpened mine to the 14 degrees used on my Wusthof's and it is great. Read more
excellent /all that I expected/ Holds its sharpness - I should have also bought the larger Kuhn Knife.Published 5 months ago by Martha M.
Really good knife. Stays sharp good for cutting veggies small fits in hand perfectlyPublished 6 months ago by Jose Tapia