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Zwilling J.A. Henckels Twin Pro S 6-Inch High Carbon Stainless-Steel Chef's Knife


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6 Inch
  • Chops, minces, slices, and dices
  • High-tech welded, high-carbon stainless-steel blade
  • Black synthetic, three-rivet full-tang handle
  • Made in Germany
  • Lifetime warranty
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Product Description

Size: 6 Inch

Product Description

31021-163 Blade Length: 6" Features: -Laser controlled edge is sharper and stays sharper longer because it has a more consistent blade angle. -Friodur ice hardened has maximum no stain properties and more blade strength. -Three-rivet full-tang handles. -Hand-wash recommended. Product Type: -Chef's knife. Construction: -Forged. Primary Material: -High carbon stainless steel. Number of Items Included: -1. Dishwasher Safe: -Yes. Dimensions: Blade Length 10"- Blade Length: -10 Inches. Blade Length 6"- Blade Length: -6 Inches. Blade Length 8"- Blade Length: -8 Inches.

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Cooks with small hands find this version of the classic French chef's knife fits. Classic three-rivet handles distinguish Pro S from Henckels's other quality lines, TwinStar, Five Star, and Four Star. Pro S handles are heavier and its knives less weight-forward. The steel used in the Pro S line is identical to that of the Five and Four Star lines. High-tech welding of knives this size and larger combines three steel types into what appears to be a single piece, so a knife's parts have distinct characteristics: a hard edge; a strong, stain-resistant bolster; and a stain- and corrosion-resistant tang. Traditionalists insist on single-piece forging for strength, but Henckels says the invisible welds are actually stronger than the steel. While this chef's knife is dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. --Fred Brack

From the Manufacturer

The J.A. Henckels Twin Professional S (or Pro S) knife series features trustworthy quality and classic three-rivet styling--it’s a line of knives admired by both professional chefs and home cooks of all skill levels. The Twin Pro S line contains knives for all tasks, including the following open stock knife types: parer, bread, peeling, sandwich, utility, carving, steak, chef’s, Granton edge slicer, santoku, and others. Twin Pro S knives are also available in a range of block sets and gift sets, to be sure that your cutlery needs are covered.

A Reliable Standard in Knife Construction

Twin Pro S 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, Twin Pro S 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, Twin Pro S knives use J.A. Henckels’s Friodur ice hardening for corrosion resistance, a process that also contributes to cutting-edge retention.

An Ergonomic Handle for Easier Use

J.A. Henckels’s Twin Pro S knives boast a comfortable, ergonomic three-rivet handle design that won’t wear against the hand and helps to provide control when doing any cutting task. These durable Novodur handles are perfectly bonded to the full tang on each knife for stability and durability. The impeccably balanced super bolster provides weight and adds balance for safer and more professional cutting.

Features

  • Sigmaforge one-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 visible tang construction: Provides proper balance and greater strength.
  • High-carbon no-stain steel, an exclusive J.A. Henckels formula: Nonstaining, nonrusting.
  • Precision honed: Is sharper and stays sharper longer.
  • Triple-riveted Novodur handles: Durable, strong, and smooth, these comfortable handles are perfectly balanced.
  • Dishwasher-safe: Easy care (though hand washing is recommended by J.A. Henckels).
  • Full warranty: J.A. Henckels stands behind all its knives.

Product Details

Size: 6 Inch
  • Item Weight: 8.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004RFLH
  • Item model number: 31021-163
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,269 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

It actually makes prep work enjoyable.
Zedster
The edge is wicked sharp and easily maintained with regular use of a honing steel.
T. Cheng
It holds its edge very well, and has great balance.
STG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Dave Lenweaver, FoodWeb.com on July 21, 2000
Size Name: 8 Inch
I recently purchased this knife and am overjoyed with the performance. If you don't have a well balanced professional knife you can't imagine how nice it is to work with one. I went to the local restaurant supply stores and handled several brands and sizes to see what felt best. The Henckels Pro S 8" was the best. The 10" seemed top heavy but I'm sure someone else may feel different. The blade holds an incredible edge as well. I steel the blade before each use to keep the edge in the best cutting condition.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Zedster on May 4, 2000
Size Name: 8 Inch
The 8" chef knife is an absolute joy to use in the kitchen. It actually makes prep work enjoyable. Chopping, slicing, dicing, etc. are now effortless. It's razor sharp and stays honed that way for quite sometime under heavy use. I am very good at maintaing its edge by hand, and its high quality carbon steel blade lends itself perfectly to this task compared to stainless steel blades. If you purchase a quality knife such as this, it is imperative that you maintain its edge preferably via manual sharpining or with an electric sharpener.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Edelman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 16, 2001
Size Name: 8 Inch
You can spend a lot more on a knife, but you won't buy any better performance where it counts, in the kitchen. Made of sharpenable stainless with a synthetic handle that will never loosen or break apart, this knife has a nice heft and a good edge and should last most home chefs a lifetime. Give it a few strokes with the steel every time you use it and the edge will last for years without needing to see a sharpening stone.
If your cutlery drawer is full of various inexpensive supermarket blades, "miracle" knives and the like, throw them all out and buy one decent blade like this, and you may be amazed how versatile a simple, quality knife can be.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By E. Thompson on December 2, 2000
Size Name: 10 Inch
First, I'm a big guy - long arms, big hands, and I tend to favor tools that are somewhat oversized. This knife clearly fits the bill. The blade height, the handle length and the overall heft contribute to a really secure feeling. I find the Pro S handle easy to work with and more comfortable than the Gran Prix and Four Star handles.
These things said, I don't think the blades come wih a particularly good factory edge on them - I've found that even cheap stamped knives like Victorinox are better in this regard. I also find that, despite being high-carbon stainless, these knives are harder for most users to sharpen. They're slow to take an edge, in my opinion, and they hold it less time than a comparably priced knife from, say, Wusthof-Trident. You'll want to have a good steel and a good stone to keep the edge on this knife - steel it before every use, and store the knife on a magnetic rail, not in a drawer or on a block. While it's a lifetime-capable tool, you will not be able to treat this knife like a Ginsu and get high performance for very long.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Chong Haw Kwang on September 12, 2005
Size Name: 8 Inch
Well the pros of this knife are obvious.... great balance, extremely sharp out of the box and handle has a very nice and hefty feel to it. I maintain the sharpness with a honing steel so its great. However, when i took it out of the box, there was a nick on the side of the blade, so that against the light, the nick stood out against the smooth metallic sheen of the steel. Clearly this nick was made somewhere in the factory (at least i am told this a new knife..?). While it no way compromises the function of the knife and it is great to use, but for a knife I paid $90 for... The only other gripe I have about this knife is that spine of the knife is no designed to held onto. If you were to read any decent cookbook, they will say one of the best ways to hold a knife is not really at the handle, but at the bolster. Holding it like that, it invariably means that fore and middle finger will be in contact with the spine. Now the spine of this knife is really sharp even though the "edge" is at a 90 degrees angle. My roommate using the knife in this fashion cut his forefinger accidently ON THE SPINE. Personally I find that using my fingers against this spine produces fatigue over prolonged periods. My international classic knife that I had didnt have this problem as the spine wasnt that sharp. Still, overall, I am satisfied with the knife.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By STG on January 2, 2014
Size Name: 8 Inch
I am an amateur chef (in training) and have been practicing this hobby for many years. Of all the knives I have accumulated, this is, by far, my favorite chef's knife. But, as others have commented, the proper grip causes the sharp angled edge of the spine to wear into your index finger. (As do many forged knives like this) I asked a pro chef in school what they do about that, and he told me to just use a long 1" wide strip of emery cloth to round the spine. The motion is similar to polishing shoes, back and forth, holding the ends of the emery cloth down and below the knife. I posted a picture of the before and after.

After rounding the spine, this knife has become an absolute joy to use. It holds its edge very well, and has great balance. It re-sharpens easily and is very stain resistant. By the way, many people comment that they steel the knife before every use. I find that it holds an edge well enough that that's not always necessary. I steel mine about every 4th or 5th use, and then only a few strokes.
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