Shun TDM0722 Premier Serrated Utility Knife, 6-1/2-Inch
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- Premier all-purpose utility knife with serrated edge by shun
- 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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Top Customer Reviews
Shun Premier Knives are made with the same technique as traditional samurai swords. After months of moderate use on the toughest items, my Shun Premier knives haven't dulled, chipped, scratched, or otherwise marred their initial perfect finish. I know what I want daily in the kitchen and by my side in the Zombie apocalypse. However, consider looking for a better price elsewhere.
SHARPNESS AND STRENGTH
As an example of their sharpness, I have used other Shun Premier knives for cutting through the toughest things, like pineapple. The outside of a pineapple is as hard as wood, and my Santoku does it with only gentle application of force - no sawing required. After months of use on only the tough stuff (I use different knives for for different things), this knife still hasn't dulled noticeably. Notice, this knife is for different uses, but I mention the pineapple as an example of how sharp Shun knives are generally.
This knife is a thing of beauty - it has a beautiful wooden finish on the handle, and the knife has this pretty blotted ink look, referred to in the description as Damascus. I love to show off my knives to all of my friends.
EDIT* At the time of my original review, Shun had discontinued its free sharpening service, but they have since brought it back. Just google "Shun Sharpening Service." According to the website: "We will sharpen your Shun cutlery for free, for as long as you own it. It’s as simple as that. You pay for shipping, and our expert sharpening services are FREE. If you live in the area, you may also bring your Shun knives in for free sharpening." I won't risk sharpening my knife at home because I don't know how to properly use a whetstone.Read more ›
I've had expensive German knives for 30 years, but have decided to give them to my son and switch to a complete set of Shuns.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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I am not a chef, but appreciate good quality that will last forever, so purchased this series. On this model, the tip of the knife is too fragile and broke off within a week of... Read morePublished on July 22, 2013 by C. C. Chastain Jr.