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This item: Victorinox Forged 7-Inch Granton Edge Santoku Knife
Victorinox Forged 7-Inch Santoku Knife B0017K2RW6
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|Material||Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Steel|
|Dimensions||16.25 inches x 3.25 inches x 1.5 inches||1 inches x 15 inches x 3.75 inches||0.59 inches x 14.17 inches x 2.99 inches||16.25 inches x 3.25 inches x 1.5 inches|
Victorinox, makers of the Original Swiss Army Knife, has been crafting fine cutlery since the later 1800's. The Victorinox master cutlers have applied their unique ingenuity and techniques to design the highest quality, forged cutlery line. This fine cutlery is hot-drop forged and ice tempered by master forgers in Solingen, Germany exclusively for Victorinox, then shipped to Victorinox in Switzerland for application of their famous proprietary sharp edge and rigid quality control finishing. The result is beautifully balanced, perfectly weighted full tang construction, an intuitively engineered comfortable handle, a high carbon, no stain, high polished forged steel blade with an edge that retains its razor sharpness. 7-inch Santoku Knife, also known as a Japanese Cook's Knife, combines the features of a cleaver with a Chef's Knife. its unique shape can scoop up whatever you are chopping or be used as a spatula. The flutes of the Granton Edge help make paper thin slices and prevents food from sticking to the blade.
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I have been using it non stop and it is one the sharpest knifes I have ever used, and I own a restaurant.Published 19 months ago by Renee C ODonnell
I bought this knife as a primary cutting/chopping/carving knife and I've been VERY pleased with it. It is forged to a very fine edge with a very slight taper out to the wider back... Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by Jason S