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Shun TDM0707 Premier Chef's Knife, 10-Inch

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  • Premier chef's knife in generous 10-inch size
  • Features layered damascus steel with a striking, hand-hammered finish (known as 'tsuchime' in japanese)
  • Hand-hammered finish reduces drag when cutting, keeping foods from sticking to the knife blade
  • Premium pakkawood handle nestles comfortably into the curves of the palm and allows for a variety of comfortable and secure grips
  • Hand wash and dry; limited lifetime warranty; made in japan
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Shun TDM0707 Premier Chef's Knife, 10-Inch + Shun Premier Paring Knife, 4-Inch + Shun Premier Utility Knife, 6-1/2-Inch
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 2 x 0.9 inches ; 8.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004M410JU
  • Item model number: TDM0707
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,259 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The shun premier 10-inch chef's knife is one of the two most common lengths for a chef's knife. The ten-inch length is perfect for slicing, dicing, and chopping medium- to large-sized fruits, vegetables, and other foods. The wide blade keeps knuckles off the cutting board and is extra handy when transferring cut food from board to pan. With its curved belly, the chef's knife can be gently “rocked” through fresh herbs or spices to produce a very fine mince. Elegant and beautiful, the shun premier line of knives is unlike any knives you've owned. Featuring layered damascus steel for strength, the hand-hammered finish (known as 'tsuchime' in Japanese) lends not only to the beauty, but creates the hollow-ground feature that reduces knife-drag and prevents food from sticking to the blade. Ultra-thin and incredibly sharp, these blades feature a 16-degree blade angle making the blade flexible, but much sharper than traditional western knives. The gorgeous Packwood handles in walnut finish are both sleek and stylish, and are shaped to fit the palm of your hand in a variety of secure and comfortable grips. The shun logo is embossed on the end cap, making these knives beautiful in and out of the knife block. Incredibly thin, sharp blades, stylish finishing details and created in the Japanese styling that shun is famous for; you know your premier of knives will work just as hard as you do in your kitchen, and be around for generations to come. Hand washing only; limited lifetime warranty.


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This knife is great. balanced, sharp, well made, light .
crazeecook
It cuts every easily, simply gliding through tomatoes and onions with little or no effort to get the finest, thinnest slices imaginable.
chris4877
I've been cooking for my family as a serious weekend chef for 35 years now.
Del Oeste

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By crazeecook on February 20, 2012
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This knife is great. balanced, sharp, well made, light . it has it all. I have cooked and cut for 26 years professionally and have been through a ton of knives. this ranks as one of my favorites. will repost in 6 months to see how it holds up. so far I love it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Del Oeste on May 1, 2013
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I've been cooking for my family as a serious weekend chef for 35 years now. I have also spent decades butchering and processing venison, wild boar, antelope, and elk. So I think I know a little bit about knives and how to use them. I've been through many, many knives. Cheap ones, expensive ones, and everything in between. I always tended to lean toward the classic French designs and the somewhat updated style of the Zwilling J.A. Henkels Twin Four Star. Most recently I've been using a Sabatier Mexuer et Cie Carbon Steel 10-inch Chef's knife. I really like this knife as I used to own some carbon steel Sabatiers many years ago that somehow got lost in a move to a new residence. Recently, I decided to finally purchase a good quality Japanese knife and after some research online and visiting a few stores I decided to go with the Shun Premier line. I've had the 10-inch Chef's knife for about a month now alternating usage between it and the Sabatier. While the Sabatier is a wonderful cutting tool in its own right the Shun Premier is just at a totally unbelievably higher level. I almost feel like chanting "I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy" every time I use it. The knife is beautifully balanced and feels just so right in the hand. As so many others have already stated the fit and finish is astonishing. I have never owned anything like this designed for the kitchen. I own several custom hunting/camping knives and the Shun is as well made as these one-of-a-kind knives. The Damascus steel is beautiful and the hand hammered finish above the edge gives the knife a jewel like appearance. Not only is it aesthetically appealing it has a functional purpose. With the hammered dimples food does not stick to the blade. Try slicing a raw potato and you'll see what I mean.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Caleb on February 7, 2014
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This was my first Japanese style knife, as I grew up on Wusthofs. I never really liked the thicker, heavier feel of most German made knives, so when it came time to buy my own I decided to try something a bit different. And boy, am I happy that I did.

The blade itself is beautiful and super thin. It effortlessly floats through food. The only issue I had was cutting very stiff potatoes, but that was more because they stuck to the side (don't fall for the marketing hype, the hammered finish does nothing). It comes quite sharp, but because very few knives remain that way for long I purchased an edge pro for upkeep of the blade. Word of warning: because there is a significant taper to the blade, the tip is VERY, VERY thin. Because I'm not used to a 10-inch chef's knife, I dinged the tip against the sink while cleaning it and about 1 mm broke off. Its something that should be easily fixed by sharpening, but be very aware when handling these knives as they do require extra care. But it's still worth it!

The handle and balance are great as well. Despite being a relatively large knife, it feels great in the hand and after three hours of chopping vegetables I felt little arm fatigue. The wood on the handle is shaped perfectly for a good pinch grip, but my hands are somewhat large so I'm not sure it would work for everyone.

Finally, if you are traveling with this knife as I am, I highly recommend a blade guard. Don't just stick it in your knife roll and hope for the best. Its truly a precision tool and as such is somewhat delicate.

Despite the fragility, I promise you this knife is worth it. Changing your behavior a bit, especially how you treat your knives, will pay off hugely in the long run when it comes to this and all of the Shun Premiers. You wont ever want to go back to German knives.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By chris4877 on October 10, 2013
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This is the best knife I have ever owned.
It cuts every easily, simply gliding through tomatoes and onions with little or no effort to get the finest, thinnest slices imaginable.
The knife is quite heavy, but well-balanced, a little larger than I am used to, but I am still very happy with it.
Shun make other similar knives in shorter sizes: DM0706 (8") and DM0723 (6"). which some people may find more suitable for their own particular needs.
Nevertheless, I would still recommend it to anyone looking for a high-quality chef's knife and who wants the largest available size.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike on March 26, 2014
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I am a chef currently working at a fine dining restaurant that requires very precise cuts. This knife was my first move towards using a Japanese blade and after using it my first time, I already notice the incredible difference between the Shun and my German steel blades. Making brunoise cuts on vegetables have never been easier as the blade literally glides through the product with the slightest pressure. I definitely recommend it for any professional and enthusiasts alike.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By INH on January 3, 2014
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This knife is so sharp. Has a great weight to it, and just fits smoothly in your hand. With very little pressure it will cut just about anything.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Smith on November 18, 2013
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Knife is super-sharp and appears it will stay that way for some time. Have used primarily Global and Wusthof before. This knife is nicely balanced and has a wide base to "pinch" as my hands are fairly big. I truly look forward to pulling out this knife when making a meal. Also purchased the matching honing rod which has kept the edge sharp after about 100 uses, so far (on wooden cutting boards). Oh, it looks nice, too.
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