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OXO Good Grips Professional 4-Inch Mini Santoku Knife
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- A mini version of the Santoku for mincing, chopping and scooping
- Functions like a Santoku with the ease of a parer
- Soft, comfortable handle ensures a safe grip
- Sharp, no-stain blades are hardened to make them strong and durable
- Hand wash with warm, soapy water and promptly dry
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At 4 inches, this Oxo model is just about the smallest Santoku you will find on Amazon. But size certainly hasn't come at the disadvantage of strength and quality. This knife blade is a thick as they come full tang design that holds a fine shaving worthy edge easily and quickly with just a hand held sharpener. And at a full 7/8 of an inch diameter, its handle is as big, round and solid as any I have ever felt. It gives the user of this knife absolute command over any job of slicing or chopping that you may require of it. The quality of this knife is so fine that you may find yourself using it for every job in the kitchen that you would need a knife for. I particularly like its 4 inch blade that is much more versatile than a 6 inch, or even the 5 inch model. If you do a lot of cooking with fresh ingredients that need slicing and dicing, than you already know the advantages of a knife that is just right in its design, length, and balance. This knife is superior in all three of those categories. The only thing I may mention as to recommending this knife is that if you are someone with very small hands, you may find the handle a little hard to grip, or comfy.Read more ›
It's razor-sharp, has those indentations that help things not stick to it, a very good rocking curve on the blade, and a grippy handle with a very pleasing shape. But the best part is the proportionately very wide blade (1 5/8"), which gives you great control. You can cut a truly straight line through anything, for example an onion or tomato or salami, where a narrower knife, say a paring knife, might veer off. The Japanese-style blade is also thinner and has a more acute angle than a conventional knife, which allows you to cut very thin slices.
And the price makes it a bargain.
Functionally, this is an easy knife to use. It has a large comfortable handle, well made tapered blade,and is made of High Carbon Stainless Steel. When I use it, the knife gets hand washed and dried with a sharpening before it is put up. This knife is not as hard forged as my Henckels Four star knives which means one must sharpen it more often, but also it means this knife is easy to sharpen.
I like OXO products and this knife is better than it has to be. I recommend it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this Santoku every day. Fits hand well, grips comfortably, slices, chops, and moves finished product easly. The edge stays sharp quite longer than anticipated. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Robert Hawkins
This is a great little knife! I don't know why more manufacturers don't make a 4" Santoku knife. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cedric Shoebridge
I LOVE THIS KNIFE! All that needs to be said. It does the work of my large santoku, but in this great small size. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole Siemers
I am a pro chef rate this knife as awesome. It's hard to believe it's so cheap I use it all the time. Many times forsaking my. More expensive knives. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Stratton
Fantastic quality knife for the price. It's my to go knife in my kitchen and will last me quite some time with proper care. Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Li