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Miyabi Fusion 8 Chef's Knife

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  • Constructed from durable VG-10 steel sandwiched by 64 layers of softer steels
  • CRYODUR ice hardening process gives optimal edge retention, corrosion resistance and flexibility
  • Designed and approved by Iron Chef Morimoto
  • Finished in traditional 3-step honbazuke method
  • Rounded spine and blade heel design
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Product Description

Slice like never before with this Miyabi Fusion chef's knife, created in collaboration with Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. The blade is constructed with a durable VG-10 (CMV60) super steel, sandwiched by 64 layers of softer steels, each rolled on top of each other creating a flower damascus pattern. A complex mix of cobalt, molybdenum and vanadium, the VG-10 core produces a sharpness and cutting edge retention measurably superior to ordinary knife steels. The blade is ice hardened through the CRYODUR process, giving the blade optimal edge retention, flexibility and corrosion resistance. Sharpened to the traditional Japanese blade angle of nine to twelve degrees on each side, the Katana edge is hand finished in the traditional three-step honbazuke method. The blade also features a rounded spine and blade heel design, making kitchen work gentler on fingers and hands. The triple-riveted Western style handle is made from a black resin called Duracon, with a full tang and eye-catching red accents. Finished by master craftsmen in Seki, Japan, this knife is backed by a lifetime warranty.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 3.1 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00CPTQD6Y
  • Item model number: 34313-213
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,878 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By ck on November 16, 2014
Has anyone noticed that (at least as of this writing) the manufacturer of the knife is not mentioned anywhere? What is mentioned is "Miyabi", "Morimoto", "fusion", but nowhere is it mentioned that this is a Zwilling Henckels production. Nothing against the brand, but this is not even close to some other reputable Japanese knives at that price range. It is a sharp knife, full tang and triple riveted, so all in all a good knife that looks good. But its workmanship is not what I would expect from a knife of that class and price range. For example I can feel the joints of the plastic and the metal at the handle. So, it may well be produced in Japan, but it is not even close to other traditional Japanese knives I have known. What am I comparing with? an Ichiban for example. Comparing the two, I get a funny feeling for the layers of the Fusion... somehow the layers seem to me that were used for the show (pattern) and not for their intended function. I cannot quantify that so I will say that this is just my opinion which you are perfectly welcome to dismiss; but based on experience with Wusthofs and at least two other Japanese brands, in my opinion and in comparison to other similar knives, this one is a good knife, overpriced, and there exist other better options in the same class and price range. One last word of caution, before buying this or any VG-10 knife (regardless of brand), make sure to understand what a superhard VG-10 steel is good for, and what kinds of use is and is not recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steven McDowell on July 22, 2014
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The fit and finish on the knife are excellent. The VG10 steel is one of my favorites as it is easy to sharpen and holds an edge very well.
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By gailj on June 17, 2014
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The knife has a really sharp edge, easy to hold in my hand, keeps it's edge. A joy to cook with
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charlie-Drake on December 29, 2014
This knife I have to say is amazing. It looks great, feels great in my hand, and is the sharpest I have ever used. Witth that being said, i will explain why it is a 4 star review.

-I bought this knife from cutlery and more, for 80 bucks, and thought for days before purchasing. I reviewed Shun and Ken Onion knives, and for the price I settled with it. Cutlery and more boasts about how hard and tough this blade is, so first off I tried breaking down a chicken. I hit a bone and heard a crack, which i knew was not bone. I pulled it out to find out the blade chipped in 2 spots. very minute, might I add. So I then picked up my Wustof Wunder knife and finished the job.

Cutting through raw meat, veggies, fruits, anything like that, I will not pick up any of my other 10 knives now. This is EXTREMELY sharp, but fragile. I will cut through bone with my Wustof or Victorinox Fibrox knives, but i learned the hard way really quick this knife is not capable of cutting through ANY bone, no matter how small it is. Overall, I am satisfied with my purchase. I would not have wanted any other knife, but I just wish it had not been boasted about how tough the blade is. I have NEVER chipped a blade on any knife I own, even breeaking down chicken and ribs before this one though.
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