Pure Komachi 2 Series Hollow-Ground Santoku Knife
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- 6-1/2-inch Santoku knife with hollow-ground edge for reduced friction
- High-carbon stainless-steel blade retains super-sharp edge over time
- Food-safe, FDA-approved resin for bright color and nonstick performance
- Lightweight, ergonomic handle ensures a comfortable grip
- Measures 11 by 4/5 by 2-2/7 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
After class I took it to the chef-instructor, since he had taken notice of the knife during class. He looked it over and said that it was made of quality steel and that since its Japanese, the blade is thinner and easier to maneuver. He said it was good for people with small hands. He told me that it was very good that they now have quality knives mass marketed. All in all it got a good review from him as well. I think I'm going to buy the entire set for at home use.Read more ›
I'm thoroughly impressed with this thing- my only hope is that the blade stays sharp as long as my Henckels. There are other reviewers who say this knife gets rusty or loses the colored coating but the instructions on the back of the knife case clearly recommend washing and drying by hand to avoid these problems. It is also not recommended for bone cutting, but that's not why I bought it. For everyday cutting, this thing is going to be perfect for me. If I notice any rusting or peeling of the coating, or see that the blade is loosing edge quickly, I'll make sure to edit my review.
Now, to get back to cutting..!!Read more ›
Please remember, though, that this is a Japanese-style knife. That means that yes, of *course* the blade is thin, the knife lightweight! It's supposed to be. If you want heavyweight, buy yourself German steel. But if you appreciate a lighter-weight knife that's superbly easy to handle and use, and slices through everything like it's nothin', then you want this knife.
EDIT- After two years of daily use this knife is still working well. I have ground the edge sharp twice ( on a mechanical grinder) and it did mess up the paint slightly. I haven't had a problem with the paint chipping off. The cheap looking handle is holding strong even after being put through a sanitizer at high temperatures a few times a day.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This knife is phenomenal. Four years later and it is still just as sharp as new. I hone it a couple times a year, but that's it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michelle McLaughlin
My friend raved over this wedding gift. Said it was one of few wedding gifts she actually uses and loves on a daily basis. Pure komachi knives are simply the best! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love this knife. I've had it for three years now and it's still sharp and great. I even cut pineapple with it. Like whole pineapple. Through the rind.Published 8 months ago by botanicazilla
Good as part of a starter knife set. Not too filmsy either.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer