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Wusthof Silverpoint II 7-Inch Hollow-Ground Santoku Knife


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  • The 7-inch hollow-ground santoku is ideal for chopping, mincing, and slicing, since the dimples on the blade create air pockets so food won't stick
  • Expertly crafted in Solingen, Germany from high-carbon no-stain steel; laser cut instead of stamped for higher precision
  • Compound-tapered blade laser tested for sharpness and correct cutting angle; specially tempered to maintain its edge for a long time
  • Tapers from spine to edge, allowing for sturdy, yet extremely sharp edge; also tapers from bolster to tip for strength and flexibility
  • Riveted, contoured handle is comfortable and secure; handwashing recommended for best care
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Material Steel High Carbon Steel, Plastic Steel Stainless Steel
Blade Material Carbon Alloy Carbon Carbon
Dimensions 1 inches x 11 inches x 2.5 inches 1 inches x 14 inches x 4 inches 1 inches x 16 inches x 4 inches 1 inches x 15 inches x 3.75 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 2.5 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002FQK0SE
  • Item model number: 4184
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,267 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Complete big and small kitchen tasks with one knife with this Wusthof Silverpoint II Santoku knife. Constructed from high-carbon stainless steel with a black plastic handle, the compound tapered blade is laser tested and is 30% sharper and holds an edge for 30% longer than the average blade. Each blade is also proudly and beautifully stamped with the Wusthof name, so you know that you are getting the high quality and reliability of Wusthof. This hollow edge blade is perfect for thinly slicing, dicing, mincing and chopping without food sticking to the blade. The contoured shape of the handle and blade and the perfect balance of the knife provides ergonomic comfort during use. This knife can also be used with an electric sharpener for longer life of the blade. Best of all, this knife is backed by a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.

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Customer Reviews

I like the way it feels in my hand.
Sheryl
The blade is thin, light (4 oz/113g), and clearly stamped; if you expect the heft and durability of the look-alike Grand Prix II, you will be sorely disappointed.
Amazon Customer
This knife is razor sharp and makes mundane salad ingredient chopping easy and fun.
J. M Nevins

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Optimal Prime on January 23, 2012
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a few things to consider - 1. this is not the top shelf Wusthof, this is an economical line, and as such the quality is above most knives but if you are looking for the best break out you checkbook because they cost alot more. 2. You should use an asian blade sharpener for sharpening this and other asain style blades you have. the angles are different and the blades are thinner so it dulls more easily but also sharpens faster. 3. overall I love this knife and even though I have more expensive blades I reach for this one first. I use it everyday!

Know what you are buying and don't blame a product for not doing something it wasn't designed or intended to do. This blade is not a cleaver and it is not a can opener. Wusthof makes GREAT knives and this is an inexpensive way to get a great blade.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sheryl on May 16, 2011
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I purchased this product from Amazon. I appreciate the free shipping offer.

I absolutely love this knife. I have other knives, but this is the one I use most of the time. I like the way it feels in my hand. It is a good fit in that regard and it the lenght of it is perfect for me. I love it for chopping up veggies and meat.

Watch out, however, it is very sharp. I accidentally cut my finger slightly with it because I was careless. You don't want to be unattentive while using this knife.

I would highly recommend it as a gift for yourself or another.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 20, 2011
This knife comes shaving-sharp, and the steel will hold an excellent edge, but it's nothing like the solid, forged knives Wusthof is known for. The blade is thin, light (4 oz/113g), and clearly stamped; if you expect the heft and durability of the look-alike Grand Prix II, you will be sorely disappointed. The handle is lightweight plastic, which was brittle enough to chip slightly in shipping. Due to the light handle, the balance is quite blade-heavy.

This is definitely a cut above the cheap stainless knives which plague many home kitchens; the razor-sharp edge and quality X50CrOMoV15 steel merits 3 stars, but the Victorinox Swiss Army 8-Inch Fibrox Straight Edge Chef's Knife is a better buy. Both use stamped blades and plastic handles, but the Victorinox knifes have a superior handle, which is denser, more durable, and grippier. Finally, the Victorinox knives have excellent balance, and can survive a remarkable amount of abuse in professional kitchens.

In comparison, the Wusthof Silverpoint II product line comes off looking shoddy... and at a slightly higher price, to boot!

EDIT: I'm giving the knife back a star, because it's held up a lot better than expected over the years though my original complaints stand. It's not bad, there are just better knives at this price point (see above, also a good carbon-steel Chinese cleaver).

EDIT2: Adjusting the review a tad to account for the the Victorinox Fibrox line now being $40 too. It's not such an obvious choice anymore, but the Victorinox is still a superior knife at the same price. The Silverpoint would have to be $10-15 cheaper to be a better valueh.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. M Nevins on February 7, 2011
I think reviewer Pam from Nebraska perhaps clicked the wrong star rating since her text provides a glowing review, with which I agree, but her star rating is a one! This knife is razor sharp and makes mundane salad ingredient chopping easy and fun. One side benefit is that the knife is also adept at slicing cheese. I own the Wusthof Classic 3.5 inch paring knife and this Silverpoint seems sharper, although its size makes it a little less maneuverable. Great knife at a very reasonable price compared to other similar Wusthof models. Highly recommended!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By kathy a bullack on January 12, 2012
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I was recently introduced to the Wusthof Santoku knife while visiting my daughter. It didn't take much time for me to use this as a "go to" knife while helping in the kitchen. I was so impressed with her Wusthof knives that she purchased with gift cards as wedding gifts (5 years ago) that I decided to treat myself to a set after 40 years of having misc. knives in my own kitchen. I purchased a block set of Wusthof Silverpoint 2 knives and added to my set this wonderful Santoku knife. The Silverpoint 2 knives are not as heavy as the standard Wusthof knives but I feel that they are equally good. I decided on these knives because the handles are comfortable to hold, they quality of the steel is good, and their weight (slightly lighter than the upgrade models) makes it a lot easier to spend time in the kitchen preparing meals without fatigue to wrists. I would not be afraid to buy these knives. I personally felt that they were so good I purchased a set as a gift and added the 7 inch Santoku knife to go with it.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Louis on January 20, 2013
I was looking for a decent Santoku knife for a reasonable price. This is not the one. The blade seems decent enough and keeps a sharp edge. The overall construction, however, is a bit shoddy. The plastic handle is flimsy and is so narrow that I find it hard to grip for any length of time. My hand quickly tires with limited use. Overall this knife is disappointing. I was expecting better quality from a brand like Wusthof, which is the main reason I bought this knife in the first place. I guess the Wusthof brand has degenerated into mediocrity. Too bad! If I had it to do over, I'd probably try the Victorinox Fibrox 7-Inch Granton Edge Santoku Knife which is about the same price and gets much better reviews.
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