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Zwilling J.A. Henckels Twin Four Star 10-Inch Stainless-Steel Chef's Knife


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  • 10-inch blade, great for everything from chopping vegetables to mincing herbs
  • High-carbon stainless-steel blade ice-hardened for superior strength
  • Sturdy, black molded polypropylene handle
  • Safe to use in dishwasher
  • Lifetime guarantee
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Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Weight Information not provided 0.76 pounds 0.54 pounds 1 pounds
Color Black Black Black Black
Size 10 Inch 10 Inch 8 Inch 10"
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  • ASIN: B00004RFKT
  • Item model number: 31071-263
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,043 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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The impressive and somewhat daunting 10-inch blade on this knife features a curved cutting edge and a blunt back; chopping, dicing, and mincing duties are simplified--and made safer--by utilizing a quick rocking motion on the cutting edge. Part of the popular Four Star series, the hand-honed blade is made with Henckels' Sintermetal Component Technology (SCT), which allows three different grades of steel to be combined to form a single piece, fusing together the blade, bolster, and tang. What does this mean in layman's terms? A strong, high-quality knife that will last a lifetime--in a size that says you mean business in the kitchen.

Founded in 1731, the J.A. Henckels company is not only one of the world's oldest cutlery manufacturers, it's also one of the most well respected, creating best-selling knives guaranteed to last a lifetime. --Kim Harwell

From the Manufacturer

First introduced in 1976, the Four Star® Series is one of the world's most popular knife lines. Four Star® knives were designed and developed in close cooperation with renowned professional chefs. The result was a fully forged knife with a unique molded handle. The Four Star® line contains knives for all tasks, and includes the following open stock knife types: parer, bread, peeling, sandwich, utility, carving, chef’s, granton edge slicer, santoku, and others. Four Star® knives are also available in a range of block sets and gift sets.

A Higher Standard in Knife Construction

Four Star® knives are precision forged from a single piece of exclusive-formula, high-carbon, no-stain steel under the all-new Sigmaforge standard. As a result, Four Star® knives have improved quality consistency, lasting sharpness, and perfect geometry. Sigmaforge one-piece construction also provides high precision and improved stability of the blade and steel structure, thus improving cutting-edge retention for lasting sharpness. In addition, Four Star® knives use J.A. Henckels’ Friodur ice hardening for corrosion resistance, a process that also contributes to cutting-edge retention.

It's All in The Grip:

The Four Star® series features high impact polypropylene handles that are permanently bonded to the knife blades without any gaps. These comfortable handles are break-proof, sanitary, and colorfast. In addition, the super bolster provides weight, insures safety, and adds balance.

Features:

  • SIGMAFORGE 1-piece, precision forged construction: Provides perfect geometry, high precision, and improved stability of the blade and steel structure, thus improving cutting edge retention for lasting sharpness.
  • Laser controlled edge: Is sharper and stays sharper longer. Has a more consistent blade angle.
  • Friodur ice hardening: Maximum no-stain properties and more blade strength. Improved resistance to corrosion and pitting.
  • Super bolster: Provides weight, insures safety, and adds balance.
  • Full rat-tail tang: Provides a proper balance and greater strength.
  • High-carbon no-stain steel, an exclusive J.A. Henckels formula: Non-staining, non-rusting.
  • Hand, precision honed blade: Is sharper and stays sharper longer.
  • Bonded polypropylene handles: Comfortable molded handles and food safe
  • Dishwasher safe: Easy care (Although hand-washing is recommended by J.A. Henckels).
  • Full warranty: J.A. Henckels stands behind all its knives.

Product Description

J.A. Henckels has been manufacturing fine cutlery since 1731. Made in Solingen, Germany, its knives are forged, not stamped. Blade density is improved using the FRIODUR ice-hardening process, which provides a sharper initial edge for easier maintenance over time. Larger knives are crafted using Henckels' exclusive SIGMAFORGE standard. Part of the Four Star series, this 10-in. Chef's knife is made of high-carbon stainless steel and precision-honed, with a laser-controlled edge, a balanced super-bolster, and a tang that extends to the back of the polypropylene handle, which is permanently bonded for seamless accuracy. Dishwasher-safe. Features of SIGMAFORGE knives are: New one piece construction High forging precision Higher stability of blade Perfect geometry Improved steel structure for less metal fatigue Improved cutting-edge retention and lasting sharpness Improved weight and balance FRIODUR ice hardened for maximum no-stain properties and more blade strength.


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Durable, sharp well balanced.
Thatoneguy
If you are a professional, a student, or someone who just loves to cook, you will find this knife a valuable addition to the kitchen.
Christopher Durkin
Bottom line: this is a great knife and worth the money.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 18, 2001
I have cooked for over ten years professionally. My 10" Henckel Chef's Knife has been my best friend. I have literally used this knife so much that I have a callus all the way across my right hand from standing over a cutting board for 10 plus hours a day. I admit there are other blades that are comparable such as those by Wusthof, but this brand has never failed me. I have 7 other Four Stars and they are all quality through and through. Razor sharp is not an exageration either, after running these blades over a oil stone you can literally shave with them. Touch up the edge on a steel before starting each job through the day and the edge is good for weeks, depending upon usage. Like other reviews I have read, I agree, DO NOT PUT THESE BLADES IN THE DISHWASHER. The finish on the handles starts pealing off if the are put into the dishwasher. Besides they are stainless steel and need only be wiped off with bleach-water and thoroughly scrubbed down at the end of the day or after a really messy job like cutting desserts. With care this blade should last any professional at least 5 years in a high volume shop. One last point I would convey. Take care to not allow this type of hard steel blade to fall or get dropped on a hard surface floor such as the usual kitchen tiles used in most restaurants. Any large blade made from hardened steel is inherently brittle. I have actually seen a 10" Henckel, not mine thank God, break into three pieces when it fell off a counter in one of the restaurants I have worked in.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Sherman A. Thompson on August 1, 2000
For years I had been aware of J.A. Henckles as a quality cutlery maker, but until I used one I had no idea what I had been missing. Frankly, the price precluded me from seriously considering buying one and I got my first one on a fluke. It turned up in a California thrift store that sold used and new items. The 10-inch chef's knife was new, had a tiny nick on the cutting edge, and was marked $1.29 along with lesser knives. Realizing what it was I grabbed it instantly and as I was checking out the manager noticed it was nicked and charged me only 29 cents. Talk about good fortune! In ten minutes the nick was gone and the knife was ready to go. The incredible knife quickly proved its real worth. It never rusted and unlike other stainless steel knives the Henckels held a razor sharp edge longer than the best carbon steel. It made food preperation a joy with its always-sharp rust-free blade and hand fitting handle. It was indispensible in the kitchen. I say "was" because after five years of hard and excellent service my culinary pride and joy disappeared along with a repairman that had unsupervised access to my kitchen. I have became so used to the many fine features of this knife that I will now have no choice but pay the full going price for a new replacement. But now I know what I am getting. I have used knives with Sheffield stainless steel and high carbon steel, but the Henckels is in a class all by itself. There is no other like it. It is without question the best chef's knife that the current state-of-the-art can produce anywhere in the world.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Rick V on June 6, 2003
About 5 years ago I got into cooking stir fry a little bit and found that cutting carrots, onions and many other vegitables was quite a chore with the cheap selection of knives that my kitchen was stocked with. I had to get sometimes near paper thin slices of various ingredients and there was no way even the best knife sold by Target could stack up to the task. I went to a real cookware store and purchased this knife and the 14" sword like knife for starters.
The first slice through an onion I knew where the extra money goes, some of it is for the name, but the rest is all quality. These knives will amaze you with how well they feel with their perfect balance and with a little work, you can get the blade sharp enough to shave with. When I held the 14" knife balanced on a tomato and just pulled, the weight of the knife sliced through it with a clean stroke. The 10" chefs knife I picked up as my 3rd addition and find it excellent for slicing, for dicing I prefer the heavier knife though.
Cut all the coke cans you want with your Ginsu, but leave the real jobs to a real knife.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By David Stone on October 11, 2008
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I bought this knife recently to go along with the 8 inch version which I purchased 18 years ago and have been happily and extensively using since.

When the new 10" version arrived I was disappointed to see that it felt flimsy for its size, weighing approximately the same as the 8" (233 vs. 229 grams). The spine on the old knife is nearly twice as thick near the handle, making it feel quite solid for tasks like smashing garlic. When doing this with the new 10" knife, the blade gives a bit, feeling almost as if it might break. I find myself not using this new knife.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Durkin on January 8, 2001
Simply put, this knife if well worth the cost. If you are a professional, a student, or someone who just loves to cook, you will find this knife a valuable addition to the kitchen. Just one thing, the description states that this knife is dishwasher safe. If you are going to purchase a knife this good, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't chuck it in the dishwasher. It deserves to be hand washed and dried.
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