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Wusthof Classic Mini 2 Piece Santoku Asian Chef's Knife Set 9291


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  • Forged from one piece of specially tempered high carbon steel to ensure outstanding strength
  • Seamless, hygienic fit of the handle
  • Triple-riveted handle shells, full tang handle
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  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0002VIX1U
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #324,537 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Wusthof Classic knives are forged from one piece of specially tempered, high carbon, alloyed stainless steel to ensure outstanding strength and sharpness. Classic series knives were the first to feature Wusthof PEtec - Precision Edge Technology - for an easily maintained razor-sharp edge that retains its cutting performance twice as long as other knives. The attractive, ergonomic black handle is designed for comfort and control, and is made of a seamless, synthetic material for a hygienic grip. The handle is triple-riveted to the full-length tang for exceptional durability and the full bolster protects fingers from slipping.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Angelique Moliere on May 30, 2013
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I finally got sick of squishing tomatoes with my sub par knives and went on the hunt for a knife set. I found the great sets too expensive and decided to piece together a set as I have the money. I ordered these two first after much reviewing and am beyond pleased! These knifes feel great in my small hands- I like the weight, grip and especially the sharpness! I hand wash and dry right after use to preserve these beauties and I can't wait to buy more Wusthof knives!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 24, 2011
I still have my original chef's set from 30 years ago; it's missing the boning knife, which eventually lost its handle, but the rest of the knives are still going strong (well, someone stole the paring knife from the set, hence this purchase.) I often give Wusthof knives for wedding presents. While knives seem a bit superstitiously bad as a wedding present, I know that a good set is one you buy ONCE and you almost never need to buy knives again.

This set is a santoku, which is a Japanese style knife with divots on the blade that help release finely sliced foods. I thought I'd never find a knife to replace the utility of a chef's standard knife, but the santoku is sort of a cross between a chef's standard knife and a paring and a slicing knife. The thinner and shorter blade allow fine slicing and chopping work, though for out-and-out dice-and-mince, I prefer the heavier, longer blade of the standard style knife. But I find, most of the time I am reaching for the santoku when I cook, especially cooking boned chicken breast, fish or vegetables.

The paring knife is the bird's beak style (pointed downward) and is great for fine work. This is what I had in my original set and it was my go-to knife and it was stolen when I moved along with a few other special items. Apparently the thief was also a gourmet cook. I replaced the paring knife with a normal pointed kind, and not a Wusthof and you know, I missed this knife so much, I had to go get another one.

If you are giving gifts, this set will take any person quite far towards owning good, useful cutlery. Add a bread knife and a chef's knife (no doing without that one), you're pretty much set in the knife department. And you won't be replacing them anytime soon, because they will hold up for decades. I rarely buy knives! In fact, I've bought them twice: the original set, the replacement for the paring knife and the santoku.
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By sugarpy18 on January 27, 2011
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The santoku knife is very sharp and great for using it with anything and everything. The small chef's knife is also wonderful, I'm very pleased with both these knives.
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Pricey, but very well balanced and sharp. Cuts a ripe tomato. Hand wash and dry as soon as you use them.
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