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Wusthof Grand Prix II 10-Inch Cook's Knife

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  • The Grand Prix2 10-inch Cooks knife has an ultra fine edge that is perfect for both chopping and slicing and meats and vegetables.
  • Blade, bolster and tang forged out of a single piece of high carbon German no stain steel.
  • Ergonomic slip resistant handles for strength and durability
  • Laser tested edge for uniform cutting and long-lasting sharp edge.
  • Made in Solingen Germany
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Size: 10 Inch

The Wusthof 4585-7/26 Grand Prix II 10-inch Cooks Knife is a versatile all-around knife for everyday use. It features a high carbon blade that keeps its keen edge. A balanced, non-slip handle gives it a comfortable, ergonomic grip. Perfect for a variety of cutting, chopping, and slicing duties.   About Wusthof Since their humble beginnings in 1814, the Wusthof family business has adhered to the same basic set of principles regarding their products. Their Trident logo is a representation of these principles, a symbol of form, function, and uncompromising quality. Today, Wusthof stands firm behind a strong line of products, including an assortment of more than 350 forged knives, as well as cutting boards, knife blocks, kitchen tools, and scissors, all of which are produced by dedicated workers at state-of-the-art facilities in Solingen, Germany. High-carbon stainless steel blade. Poly handle with slip-resistant grip. Precision edge technology enhances blade sharpness. Features a 14-degree cutting edge on each side. Blade measures 10 inches long.

Product Information

Size:10 Inch
Product Dimensions 16 x 3 x 1 inches
Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Cookware
Manufacturer Wusthof
ASIN B0001WVZ4C
Item model number 4585-7/26
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4.9 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #217,342 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#863 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Knives & Cutlery Accessories > Chef's Knives
Date first available at Amazon.com January 19, 2009

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Size: 10 Inch
This is an excellent knife: Hefty without being heavy, with perfect balance and a perfect handle, and perfect blade shape. It has good steel, good finishing, and a good edge. It’s only disadvantage is that it has a full bolster. There are knives with better steel, finishing, edges, and looks, but the GP2 shines where it really matters: weight, balance, and handle comfort.

I have used many of the knives on the market (Forschner, F. Dick, and Messermeister industrial knives, MACs, Messermeister San Moritz, Henckel 4 and 5 star, Chefs Choice Trizor, Global classic and forged, Shun classic, TojiroDP, Wusthof Classic, GP, Cordon Bleu,and Culinar, even the ratty but cheap Farberware Pro Forged and Stainless). If I only owned 1 knife, it would be a toss-up between this and my 10" Forschner Fibrox. It doesn't get 5 stars because it lacks some of the features that are increasingly standard on a knife in this price range, but there is no knife on the market in this price range that I think garners 5 stars. The Messermeister has better steel, perfect finishing and modern features, but is too heavy and has bad balance. The Shun is pretty and has a perfect blade but mediocre balance and a tiny, straight, round handle. Globals are nice if you have small hands, but are overpriced and have been made obsolete by MAC, Shun, Tojiro, and a half dozen other Japanese manufacturers becoming available in the US. Forschners are cheap, flawlessly balanced, perform beautifully, and are an unbeatable value, but they're light, thin, look cheap, and aren't going to last like a high end knife. The MAC Superior series is amazing, but has a very limited selection of shapes and this isn't one of them. Their Ultimate Series Tungsten steel 10” chef is good, but twice the price of the Grand Prix2.
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Size: 8 Inch
This is, without exaggeration, the greatest knife ever made. I have some decent enough knives that I've used before (Sabatier), but this makes my other chef's knife look like an idiot. It is so effortless to use, and such a pleasure. Seriously, your food will practically cut itself with this knife. Your vegetables will part themselves, and the fat will slice itself away from your meats. I've always loved chopping food, ever since I learned how, but this raises the act from an enjoyable necessity past hobby and into the realm of culinary bliss.
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Size: 9"
First purchased Wusthof Grand Prix knives in 2001. Bought this knife for me this Christmas along with some other knives for my daughter's starter set.
This knife is the nicest, most well balanced I have ever owned. The handle is a little different from the earlier Grand prix knives but is a great improvement. Your pinky finger will fit perfectly on the handle while using it. I still like my other GP knives very very much, the GP II's are just better. Over the holidays I went on a cooking frenzy just to use my new knife.
These chef's knifes are a definite must have. Depending on your size, get either a 7",8",9",or 10". I am tall so I like the 9" and 10" the best. An average person will like the 8" or 9".

I recommend a good starter set as being: An 8 or 9" cook/chef knife. A 6" carving/utility knife and a 4 to 5" utility/sandwich knife.
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Size: 8 Inch Verified Purchase
I tried both the Grand Prix II and the Classic handles in-store prior to ordering online. In my opinion, the Grand Prix not only looks much more modern and sleek, but also has a more ergonomic fit. I really like how the entire tang is enclosed, with no exposed rivets/pins. It just feels more durable and sanitary. As far as I know, the Grand Prix and Classic share the exact same full-tang blade--only the handle differs. Of course, as anyone will tell you a knife's feel is very subjective. I would recommend handling a few in a store before ordering to make sure you like it before ordering. The weight and balance on this is great, coming from the thinner stamped blade on the Victorinox Fibrox Chef's Knife (also a great knife, for its price). My only tiny caveat is that sometimes I wish I'd gone for the 10-inch version.

In case anyone is wondering (I wasn't sure before seeing it in person), the handle is a hard plastic and not a rubberized feeling handle. I only state this because in some pictures it almost looks like it has a rubbery sheen.
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By bob on November 29, 2012
Size: 6 Inch Verified Purchase
This turned out to be one of the best impulse buys I've ever made. It's sharp as all getup, it's got a great point for spearing things, the handle is super comfortable but also hygienic (no nooks/crannies), and the size makes for great maneuverability. It's very well balanced and feels great in your hand. Perfect for when you just need to chop up a few small things, or when you desire more maneuverability (e.g. taking apart a small bird). It serves as a fantastic complement to my larger knives (Wusthof Classic 8" chef knife and 7" santoku).
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Size: 6 Inch
Versatile, quick, will pretty easily manage many of the tasks of paring and fillet knives, as well as limited range chef work. Almost dangerous in its sharpness and deftness...almost cut myself a few times, after being lulled into rather reckless technique by a "pointless" santoku.

If you do cabbage, escarole, squash, and other rather big items, an 8-10 inch knife is still necessary.

Balance, design, fit and finish,...a dream. Oh, I forgot: metallurgy...wow.
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