Mac Knife Superior Chef's Knife, 8-Inch
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- 2mm Blade, rust-resistant, exceptionally sharp, made out of high carbon and keeps the edge for a long time
- Pakka wood handle
- Hand wash is recommended Not dishwasher safe
- Made In Japan
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This knife features a routed tip blade and rounded shape making it easy to use on a cutting board. Mac knives are Known as some of the sharpest knives, They have razor-like edges for effortless slicing, they are hard so they stay sharp longer, One slice with MAC knives and you will experience for yourself a new definition of sharpness, nicely balanced and are a good value.
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This is the SA-70, which has a 7" blade and a 5" handle. The very thin blade is razor sharp!(You can cut thin paper into fine strips, or shave the hair from your fore arms!!!) It is basicly a Santoku knife, which is a perfect allrounder, although I wouldn't use it for anything harder than apples and carrots. The slightly upward bend handle and the perfect balance, makes it suitable for both, the european rocking motion and the japanese slicing motion.
Like all Mac knives it needs some sharpening from time to time, for which it is best to use a ceramic rod. I use the Kyocera one, which has a sharpening and a honing surface. It rarely ever needs a wetstone.
I have some 30 years old Mac Knives, which are, despite having been used many thousands of times, still as sharp as on their first day.
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