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Furi Rachael Ray Coppertail 7-Inch East/West Knife


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  • 7-inch santoku; designed for and used by celebrity chef Rachael Ray
  • Rocks like rounded, Western-style chef's knife, yet chops like traditional santoku
  • Made of single piece of high-carbon stainless steel; seamless, hygienic construction
  • Wedge-shaped, ergonomic handle with slip-resistant grooves; co-designed with arthritic chefs
  • Lightweight; easy-to-clean; lifetime warranty for manufacturing or materials defects

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00081J2KK
  • Item model number: FUR 714
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #302,756 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Endorsed by Celebrity Chef Rachael Ray, Füri RR East/West Coppertail knives are an upgrade from the original Füri East/West knives that made Füri famous among the leading chefs of the world. They feature a scalloped granton edge and have more ‘roll' in the end of the blade than a regular Santoku, allowing them to be used with both the rocking/sawing motion of a Chef's knife, and the chopper work of a Santoku. The Füri RR 7" East/West Coppertial Knife is intentionally light and comes with all the world-acclaimed Füri-pro features: hygiene, durability, comfort, and sharpen-ability. Rachael says "I love the sharpness and scalloped edge of a Santoku blade- its the best blade available for slicing through a tomato. However, a traditional Santoku knife has a very straight edge, which makes it difficult to se in a rocking & sliding motion, as with most traditional chef's knives. The Füri RR features both a sharp, scalloped Santoku blade...and a rounded edge. So I can still slice through a tomato easily.... and can julienne through a bushel full of carrots in no time at all!"

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High quality knife for sure.
Richard W. Davis
I love it so much that I'm getting rid of my old knives.
Audrey F. Nemetz
It is balanced very well and very comfortable to hold.
Barbara Elliott

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By KMH on November 15, 2005
If you could only own one knife...this is the one to have! Some people have said the price is too high, I say...you get what you pay for and more. This is by far the most comfortable knife I have ever used. I like have the curved handle molds into the palm of my hand and allows my wrist to remain in a natural position while I chop. I also like that there are no seams, rivets, or gaps for nasty bacteria to hide. I was concerned that the metal handle would be "slippery" when my hands got wet, but no problem. The knife is so well balanced that it stays snuggly in your grip no matter what. I gave this knife to my son-in-law for his birthday and a friend of his called me long distance just to find out where he could get one. If I could rate this knife OVER 5 stars I would.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia on August 7, 2005
I saw this knife on RR's program, ordered it and I love it. I have the 5 inch knife also but this one is my favorite. I own a very good set of Henckels knives that I've had for about 10 years (and still use), but the Furi is the one I now use the most. Does a great job of cutting up veggies, especially nice for chopping denser things like squash or potatoes. Nicely balanced.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By P. Thompson on August 25, 2005
I love my new knife. I cook a lot; I can and freeze fruit and veggies as well as cooking lots of meals and I use it many times daily. It has made my prep. so much easier. It is a joy to use.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Audrey F. Nemetz on August 29, 2005
This knife is the best knife I've ever used. I use it for all my chopping and cutting.I like the shape of the blade and the way it easily rocks back and forth when I chop my veggies. It is comfortable in my hand and seems to be much safer than the chef knives I have used in the past. I love it so much that I'm getting rid of my old knives.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dummy on September 9, 2006
as a cook at a well known nyc restaurant, i spend a minimum of 3 hours a day with a knife in my hand. over the years, i have used many brands and types of knives. I've owned german--wustof, messemiester and japanese--global and mac, but i find myself constanly reaching for this knife. it feels really comfortable in my hand. it's well balanced in is great for everything. if i could only own one knife, this would be it. I would also like to note that anyone with hand or wrist problems including arthritis should give this knife a try. i've had tendonitis from cooking and the ergonomic design of the hand has been a tremendous relief. at first it may feel a bit awkward, but it soon feels comfortable. i'm just a little embarrased now that it has the rachel ray print on the blade. that's not something you want seen in a professional kitchen.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Nix on June 29, 2005
I love to cook & this knife makes cooking even more of a joy. I had been putting off getting a chef's knife for quite some time & I am SO glad that I did! This knife is great! The name fits, because it is the perfect marriage of a traditional santoku & western chef's knife. The extra roll in the tip of the knife really does make a difference. I am a Food Network junkie & was jealous of how fast the chefs could chop ingredients. No more jealousy for me - now I can speed-chop like Rachael does!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. C. Specht on November 9, 2007
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I've used Wusthof, Henkels and Global knives and was highly impressed with their quality and looks. I bought the Furi Rachael Ray Coppertail 7-Inch East/West Knife after reading some reviews about how light-weight and easy to handle it was. I have a lot of arthritis and tendon damage in my right hand and wrist so I need a strong but light knife to handle most kitchen slicing and dicing chores. My Henkels santoku knife has a superb blade but it is rather heavy and I get a lot of pain and tendonitis from using it for long periods of time. I especially have trouble after cutting hard root vegetables like carrots, parsnips, turnips and the like. I love my Global santoku knife because it is whisper light and thin, but I can still wind up with hand and wrist pain if I do a lot of chopping and dicing work with it. This Furi knife has solved the problem. The first couple of times that I used it, I wasn't sure I would like it. It felt very different and a bit awkward. The third time was the charm. I apparently found my proper grip on it and we've been best of friends ever since. I have small hands so I like to keep my thumb and forefinger on the knife blade just in front of the handle with the rest of my fingers wrapped around the well-shaped handle. This grip provides perfect balance. The upper part of the handle near the blade is broader than most knives so it distributes the pressure across more of my palm. This is a great help when pressing down to slice, chop or dice foods. It takes a great deal of the effort out of it and, for my arthritic hand and wrist, that is a great help indeed. Now I can chop and slice all the carrots and other veggies I want and I won't suffer any pain as a result. That's a small miracle in itself.Read more ›
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael T. Rognlien VINE VOICE on April 8, 2006
I'm becoming more and more of a 'foodie' as of late, and saw this knife advertised on the Food Network and then saw it in a chef's store here in Seattle, so I picked one up.

Overall, a very easy knife to 'wield' and surprisingly lightweight, when compared to other santoku knives. The only thing I felt was kind of silly about it was the copper tip at the end of the handle.. I don't know anyone whose hands are sensitive enough to 'feel' when a knife has gotten off-balance, let alone anyone who would actually shave down the end of the handle to rebalance it.

Nevertheless, I feel like I got my money's worth and have enjoyed using it as I build skill/confidence in choppin' like a pro.
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