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Kai Luna 8 Inch Chef's Knife with Sheath and Soft-Grip Handle

3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • High-carbon, high-chromium stainless steel blade
  • Molded resin handle with soft-grip overlays
  • Straight blade with 16 degree cutting edge
  • Includes matching sheath
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Complete a variety of kitchen cutting tasks with this Luna chef's knife from Kai. The high-carbon, high-chromium stainless steel blade features a straight, 16 degree cutting edge, ideal for slicing, dicing, mincing, and more. For a comfortable cutting experience, soft-grip overlays on the top and bottom of the molded resin handle provide a secure grip. A matching storage sheath is included to protect your Luna knife when not in use.

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Product Dimensions 16.5 x 13.5 x 7 inches
Item Weight 14.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 14.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Kai
ASIN B00BIGCJFO
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Item model number BBS0610
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3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #220,527 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#637 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Knives & Cutlery Accessories > Knife Sets > Knife Block Sets
Date first available at Amazon.com February 19, 2013

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Purchased the Edo Knife set based on the reviews and the descriptions. I also have some Shun classic knives and older Wusthof knives. The Edo (and Shun) knives are nicely made, they both use VG-10 for the blade, the Edo being solid VG-10. The Edo is ambidextrous, vs. the Shun Classic D handle. But I have two significant issues with the Edo knives/set, the blade bolsters on either side of the blade looks nice in the pictures, but it is has very sharp edges. As sold, if you use a pinch grip on the knife, these sharp edges are very uncomfortable and make the knife unusable. I carefully sanded down the sharp bolster edges on all the knives. If I paid list price range of these knives, I would have returned them. Maybe one of the reasons they are heavily discounted. I much prefer the D handle and smooth bolsters on the Classic series. The knife blade profile on the Edo set are all a bit odd, they are OK, but I always feel uncomfortable cutting with them. The larger blades are quite heavy, and their wavy serrated utility/chef's knife is an oddball once you start using it, and it doesn't really do anything well. Have fun trying to get that one sharpened. The sharpening stick is way to coarse and will quickly destroy the fine factory edges. Tried it once, will never use it again. If you use a sharpening stick, then get something more blade friendly like a Idahone Fine Ceramic or DIck steel. The little dimples on the Edo blades are cute, they help on some prep, but cut something sticky or starchy and the holes are more difficult to clean.

The Shun VG-10 stainless is good, but it doesn't come close to the edge, feel or performance of a tradition Japanese knives using white or blue steel like knives from Masakage, Konosuke, Moritaka, etc.
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These knives are either fake or the quality of Shun's knives is not nearly as good as I thought it is. After a little over 1 year of use the metal edge is chipping on all knives. I also noticed they started to develop visible rust all over them. For that much money these knives have been nothing short of a colossal disappointment.
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This set of knives is pristine!

Top of the line cutlery most definitely.
Great for anyone - from chefs to home cooking.
Stays sharpened exceeding longer than the average high performance blades.
Carefully crafted, these foreign made knives are a small investment to a lifetime of kitchen-ease!
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