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- Highly corrosion resistant stainless steel
- Wooden handle
- Handle length measures 5"
- Blade length measures 8" long and 3.5" wide
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Winco heavy-duty cleaver with 3.5 inch wide x 8" long blade and wooden handle. Made of highly corrosion resistant stainless steel. KC-301.
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I purchased this to get through bones such as chicken and pork shoulder roasts. The very first time I used it happened to be on a pork shoulder bone. On the first strike a piece of metal actually BROKE off of the cleaver and stayed in the meat. Incredibly unsafe. Pictures are attached for reference.
I use this cleaver daily to cut meats and vegetables and it has not worn down at all since my purchase in June. I did spend a good deal of time hacking through chicken drumsticks one night, and found it to be a bit difficult. It took multiple swings to get through the bones and I was afraid of damaging the cleaver. The blade turned out fine, but this is the reason I caution against heavy duty use (despite the product being labeled a "heavy duty cleaver").
For this price, this is a great cleaver. The handle is heavy, smooth, and easy to grip. The blade feels heavy and has not rusted at all throughout the months. It's cut through many large fruits such as watermelons and pineapples with ease. I have not tried cracking coconuts or the like with the cleaver, and again would strongly caution against it. I would say this is fairly high quality, as long as you don't abuse it too much, and I am happy with my purchase.
This unit is fantastic. I did read some reviews. So maybe it's my ignorance of such a product, but for me it works very well. It is heavy so it doesn't feel cheap. The wood handle is outstanding. Since I hang most of my kitchen appliances I was attracted by the slot this unit has. Therefore, hanging is no issue and looks very nice with my other utensils. I didn't know how much a good cleaver would cost but I didn't want to spend a fortune. I was surprised at the cost but I did visit my local Target simply to get an idea of what prices looked like. For the money, this is a great bargain and I am a very happy customers.
Update: After using for a while now... and I do use it often... I bought another one... can't beat the price for how it handles and what it does... very satisfied.
... remember a few decades ago when all the cutting boards were made of thick wood.... yeah you need one of those. I broke two of those plastic/PVC cutting boards. You forget that if you really slam the cleaver though the meat, you will hit what ever the meat is on, so if you want to wail on it, get a thick wooden board, or just dial your strength back and take two of three lighter swings at the chicken to make it sumit to your quartering.
... remember what we did before knifes had a "lifetime blade"?... or perhaps you dont notice that most all knifes have a warenty to keep their sharpness for life? well, this does not. The blade may need sharpening, after all the whacking it will go though, and all the cutting boards you will hit, the blade will dull. re-sharpen it, there are sharpeners on the back of some electric can openers (really, you should look at yours) or they are a few bucks to get a manual one at walmart.
I do not use this every day, maybe once a month, I have had it for a few months, no rust, no problems (except for the broken cutting boards, which I blame myself), I like it.