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Wusthof Grand Prix II 7-Inch Hollow Ground Santoku Knife
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- 7-inch Santoku knife; multi-use kitchen tool; hollow ground to prevent sticking
- Precision-forged from a single piece of high-carbon, stain-resistant steel
- Sturdy, steel bolster; tang extends almost the full handle length for strength
- Ergonomically designed, slip-resistant handle; sleek, contemporary look
- Manufactured in Solingen, Germany; hand wash; lifetime warranty
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|Material||High Carbon Stainless Steel||Steel||Precision forged from a single blank of high carb||High Carbon Steel, Plastic|
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|Dimensions||1.1 inches x 14.5 inches x 3.2 inches||1 inches x 11 inches x 3 inches||1 inches x 10 inches x 1 inches||1 inches x 14 inches x 4 inches|
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Offering superior craftsmanship and a lifetime warranty, this blade reflects the commitment to quality associated with its renowned manufacturer. Similar to other Wusthof knives, the blade, bolster, and tang are precision-forged from a single piece of high-carbon, stain-resistant steel. Additionally, the tang extends almost the full length of the handle reinforcing the tools strength and reliability. Thanks to a sturdy steel bolster, knuckles remain protected while the ergonomically designed handle affords a comfortable hold to reduce hand strain. Made in Solingen, Germany; hand washing is recommended. --Amy Arnold
Top Customer Reviews
Nonetheless, I went to Williams-Sonoma the next day and tried out the Henkels, Wustof Classic, Wustof Grand Prix, Wustof Grand Prix 2, Globals, and Shuns. I ultimately chose the Wustof Grand Prix 2 because of the perfect balance in the knife. The handle was much grippier than the others, extremely light, but not as thin as the Globals (which I thought might lead to a blister), or with the unnatural offset handle of the Shun (Left handers actually feel that it works perfectly - I'm a righty like the majority of people). I'm extremely paranoid of cutting myself ever since my mom cut herself pretty bad but after handling that particular knife, I was confident I would never cut myself. I eventually purchased it on Amazon with in an asian knife set (paring knife + santoku).
When I finally used it for the first time, I seriously could not believe how quickly I could cut. I always thought it was skill that the chefs at my workplace would use to dice things, slice meats, or chop veggies. Was I ever wrong! Any idiot using a knife this sharp and this balanced could cut like a master.Read more ›
After several days of regarding the knife (and it doubtless regarding me), of hefting it and testing its balance, I decided to put it to work on ingredients for guacamole, and within seconds had not only sliced an onion to delightfully transparent thinness (oh, to watch the sun set through a slice of Walla Walla Sweet) but also the top-most layer of my little finger. We were off to a good start.
I had researched and compared the Wusthof Grand Prix II to Wusthof's classic and the original Grand Prix, as well as to various Henkels knives. The Grand Prix II came out ahead for me, primarily because of Wusthof' quality and because I personally wanted to experience a change from the chef's blade and classic straight handle I'd been using for so many years, to a santoku blade and ergonomic handle.
I recommend this knife to anyone who has used vintage or department-store quality knives all their lives, who has envied the ease in which chefs on the Food Channel slice and dice (now you, too, can do it!), who wants to better enjoy food preparation, or who wants to work with the most modern and well-made knife the market offers. With little effort on your part, you can just sit back and watch it perform like a manual food processor, precisely cutting onions, bell peppers, etc., into cubes of perfect symmetry. Enjoy.
You are still going to need your other knifes. I reach for my chef's knife when it comes time to open a squash or eggplant. I go to my paring, butcher, bread, slicing and carving knifes as appropriate. However, I wind up using this jewel more than all of them put together. Buy it; you will not regret the decision.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sharp as a razor, German steel, well made, should last a lifetime.Published 1 month ago by M. Roeder
Fabulous. These folks make great cutlery. This is yet another example. You probably want the 5-inch first, but then this replaces your typical butcher knife.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The best knife I ever got. It's recommendable. I am glad to buy this one.Published 2 months ago by Seongjune Park
This knife itself is fine, but I have learned that you should actually just get a ceramic knife as your all purpose kitchen knife because they never dull. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I can see why Pioneer Woman cooking show uses only this knife. It is wonderful.Published 8 months ago by Carolyn Caines
Bought it for a Chef. She's used Wusthof for years and continues to do so.Published 10 months ago by Thom VG
Great addition to my Wusthof collection. Makes chopping vegetables a breeze and fun.Published 10 months ago by Hardright