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21. Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery
$99.99 list($162.00)
22. Henckels Pro S 2-Piece Hollow
$74.99 list($95.00)
23. Henckels Pro S 7-Inch High Carbon
$39.99 list($67.00)
24. Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery
$19.95
25. Komachi Series 6-1/2-Inch Chef’s
$82.00 $81.95 list()
26. Global 7-Inch Vegetable Knife
$69.99 list($99.00)
27. Wüsthof Gourmet 2-Piece Asian
$29.99 list($40.00)
28. Henckels Gourmet 7-Inch Santoku
$19.95
29. Komachi Series 8-Inch Bread Knife
$82.00 $81.95 list($77.99)
30. Global 7-Inch Oriental Chef's
$142.95 list($179.00)
31. Shun Pro 270mm Yanagiba Knife
$19.99 list($29.99)
32. Chicago Cutlery Insignia 2-Piece
$64.99 $64.95 list($91.00)
33. Henckels Four Star 7-Inch High
$56.00
34. Global 5 1/4-Inch Santoku Knife
$82.00
35. Global 7-Inch Santoku Knife
$127.99
36. Shun Knives - Shun Pro Knives
$19.95
37. Komachi Series 4-1/2-Inch Fish
$99.99 $99.95 list($154.00)
38. Henckels Four Star 2-Piece Hollow
$33.00 $32.95 list($47.99)
39. Joyce Chen Sushi Knife
$99.99 $99.95 list($150.00)
40. Wüsthof Culinar 7-Inch Hollow

21. Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery 6-Inch Asian Cleaver
list price: $67.00
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0004FMUP4
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Calphalon
Sales Rank: 7954
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Features

  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Contoured comfort grip handle
  • Labeled for easy identification
  • Forged
  • High Carbon No-Stain German Steel

22. Henckels Pro S 2-Piece Hollow Edge Knife Set
list price: $162.00
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0001XAJ48
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: J.A. Henckels
Sales Rank: 19392
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Amazon.com Review

Reducing kitchen cutlery down to the basics, this cutting duo offers a perfect start to any knife collection. Falling somewhere between a cleaver and a chef’s knife, the 7-inch Santoku knife functions as a kitchen mainstay. This all-purpose blade can be used for chopping, dicing, and slicing. The cutting edge features small oval-shaped grooves designed to trap air during use and prevent food from adhering to its sides. The accompanying 4-inch pairing knife offers the control and dexterity of a compact blade ideally suited to skinning, mincing, and chopping smaller items.

True to the Henckels name, both knives feature high-quality steel construction with added strength and stain-resistance thanks to a unique Friodur ice-hardening process. The blade sharpness cuts with minimal effort and will last for generations with regular maintenance. Secured by three steel rivets; a full, visible tang runs the length of the black synthetic handle and contributes to the Professional "S" series’s traditional look. A steel bolster protects knuckles during use and both pieces are dishwasher-safe--although hand washing is recommended. Manufactured in Germany; both knives are covered by a lifetime warranty. -- Amy Arnold

What’s in the Box
7-inch Santoku knife; 4-inch paring knife. ... Read more

Features

  • Made in Germany; dishwasher-safe; lifetime warranty
  • Set includes a 7-inch Santoku knife and accompanying 4-inch paring knife
  • Blades made from a single piece of stain-resistant steel; laser-controlled sharpness
  • A unique Friodur ice-hardening process strengthens the blade and prevents staining
  • Full, visible tang; synthetic handle construction secured with 3 steel rivets

23. Henckels Pro S 7-Inch High Carbon Stainless-Steel Santoku Knife
list price: $95.00
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B00004RFLP
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: J.A. Henckels
Sales Rank: 4233
Average Customer Review: 4.82 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This is a Japanese chef's knife, a low-tip style with a broad blade and slightly curved cutting edge. For Asians, this knife is the same kitchen workhorse the French chef's knife is for Europeans. Its cutting edge is less curved, so it provides little rocking action, but for straight-down slicing and precise chopping, it's superb. Its 7-inch blade can be manipulated by cooks of any hand size, and its balance should please. Classic three-rivet handles distinguish Pro S from Henckels' other quality lines. Handles are smaller, a feature those with small hands may appreciate. Pro S knives this size and larger are high-tech welded to combine three steel types into what appears to be a single piece, so a knife's parts have distinct characteristics. Traditionalists insist on single-piece forging for strength, but Henckels says the invisible welds are actually stronger than the steel. While this santoku knife is dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • Chops, minces, slices, and dices
  • High-tech welded, high-carbon stainless-steel blade
  • Black synthetic, three-rivet, full-tang handle
  • Made in Germany

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars A daily favorite
I use this santoku knife every day. I cook professionally and my personal collection of knives is worth thousands of dollars. I have all the weird knives no ever uses, all the specialty tools that are supposed to make chopping fun. When it comes to cooking dinner for my spouse and I, I reach for this knife every time.

This knife gives you the edge shape and flexibility of an asian vegetable cleaver with the balance and handle of a lighter chefs knife. I like that. I don't think that softer veggies or butter or chicken breasts always need the heft of a 8 or 10 inch chefs knife. For all-purpose needs at home, this knife is the perfect size and weight. I would highly recommend it as a first knife for someone looking to build a home collection of higher-end knives. Then pairing knife, then chefs knife, in my opinion.

The Henckels Pro series, in general, is of good quality. Like any other knife in this line, however, the Santoku *will not* keep an edge without maintence. No knife, not even those horrible diamond-honed things, will. To keep your knife in good shape, hone it on a steel each time you use it and clean it promptly. Avoid those roller sharpeners: they will tear up your edge. Every few years (more often if the knife is used a lot) get the blade professionally re-ground. Oh, and just in case someone misunderstands: the above does not apply to serrated blades. Only straight ones.

I recommend the Santoku. In fact, I'm thinking of getting a second one: one for veggies, one for meat, so I don't have to keep cleaning my knife while cooking.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality and factory edge
I bought one of these knives for my wife because she wasn't comfortable with traditional chef's knives, and I didn't like to see her using a pairing knife as a primary kitchen knife. After going to a few different stores and trying out different knives, she decided on the Henckels Pro S 7-inch Santoku. Although I probably would not have picked this knife for myself, I'm now hooked. Here's what I like most: (1) It came with an excellent factory edge. In fact, it was much sharper out of the box than my Global chef's knife. I probably won't use my Global much more until I can get it professionally sharpened. (2) Excellent balance and overall quality. It just feels good in your hand. This is something that everyone needs to try and decide for himself. (3) Versatility. The wide blade is better for scooping up chopped vegetables, herbs, etc than most chef's knives. It is sharp and light enough for relatively delicate work, but long and sturdy enough to handle bigger jobs. (4) Unlike traditional European-style knives, where the blade comes up against the bolster, the entire blade is exposed. This gives you more useful blade space, and is much better for future sharpening (bolsters get in the way of sharpening and stick out once part of the blade has been removed in the sharpening process). The only things I might change are that the 7-inch blade is a bit shorter than I would like, and the handle is relatively small (this is one of the factors that were best for my wife, however). The advice that I would give to anyone purchasing this knife is to please take care of it. Do not run it through the dishwasher, cut on hard glass or marble cutting boards (pure evil), or use any gimmicky home sharpening system. Maintain the edge with a high quality honing steel (a smooth steel is gentlest on the blade), and sharpen only occasionally by someone who knows what they're doing.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT KNIFE!
My husband bought me a set of Henckels Professional knives a few years ago for Christmas! He just bought me this knife for my birthday (I love kitchen gadgets, but he also bought me a diamond ring, so I can't complain!) I love to cook, and this knife fits into my hand very nicely!!
It is a great knife to add to my set.

4-0 out of 5 stars Henckels vs. Wusthof
I'm sure by now, you're confused by which brand you should choose... is it the Henckels or the Wusthof Santoku? If that isn't your dilemma, skip on down to the next reviewer. I just got the Santoku for a steal of a price... and that is why i went for this over the Wusthof which goes for $5 more (Classic hollow-edge). I was looking at the Wusthof for over a month and was completely impressed w/ the feel and balance. I think the Henckels still comes in just below the Wusthof. There are hundreds of other knife manufacturers in Solingen, Germany... it's only that Henckels spent tons of money on global marketing. Back to the knife... once i got home, I quickly dug for a carrot (tougher to chop) and a cucumber. I tried to chop the carrot like i was banging on a drum... and it chopped fine. As far as the traditional, knuckles out cutting technique, it worked fine. My only advice for you is to definitely try out both knives and look for the most comfortable. You'll notice that one may have a heavy-heel/light-handle feel to it(vice versa)... it is ALL PREFERENCE. I actually got kind of tired chopping the carrots b/c theAlso keep in mind... the hollow edges on the knife really don't make a difference. If anything, it's an aesthetical bonus. So try out the non-hollow edged ones... it may be a few $$$'s cheaper. Also keep in mind, the difference between the Pro 'S', "4-Star" and "5-Star" knives are the handles. I didn't like the "5-Star" knives b/c of the ergonomic handle. Anyone can tell you that you're not supposed to wrap your hands around the whole handle. Instead you should be using your thumb and index to grip the finger guard/bolster. So thus, the Pro 'S' is a good pick, but I'm still going to give the 5-star rating to the Wusthof Classic 7" Santoku.

4-0 out of 5 stars OK So I'm a "Traditionalist"
OK, So I'm a "Traditionalist" - whatever
This is an excellent knife, as a culinary student I get to play with huge varieties of knives the college makes available to us, and while this is one of my favorites, the Wusthof beats it by a long shot. There's just something to be said for traditional forging methods, there's a feel to it that you just cant beat with super-hi-tech invisible welding magic. Can't really say exactly what it is, but my old-fashioned preference is the only reason it got 4 stars. Still an excellent knife though, beats the hell out of the cruddy stamped one I have at home. ... Read more


24. Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery 7-Inch Santoku Knife
list price: $67.00
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0001O3480
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Calphalon
Sales Rank: 3979
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Sleek and attractive, this 7-inch Contemporary santoku knife from Calphalon complements the most contemporary kitchens, easily blending in with stainless-steel appliances and accessories. Translated as "three good things", the santoku knife is equally suited to slice, dice, and mince. Just as versatile as the chef’s knife, this Asian-style blade combines the dexterity and strength of a cleaver and chef’s knife into one.

Constructed from one piece of high-carbon, stain-resistant, German steel, this knife is individually balanced increasing the comfort, efficiency, and strength. The blade has been hand ground to achieve maximum sharpness and designed with kulles, indentions along the blade edge that are specific to the santoku knife. These reduce the friction and prevent food from clinging to the blade. The ergonomically contoured comfort-grip handle is designed to fit all hands. Calphalon offers a lifetime warranty, recommends washing all knives by hand, and suggests always storing cutlery sets in the appropriate storage location. --Lea Werbel ... Read more

Features

  • Wash by hand; lifetime warranty; steel made in Germany
  • 7-inch Santoku knife for chopping, slicing, and dicing
  • Hand ground blade constructed from high-carbon, stain-resistant steel
  • Full tang design for increased durability and balance
  • Ergonomically contoured, comfort-grip handle

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp, sharp, sharp
This well-formed well-made tool is nearly the equal of my Wusthof professional knives at a fraction of the price. While not quite the equal of the best traditional Asian santoku or of my very ancient American-made Case kitchen knives in terms of balance, this knife's superior edge holding quality combined with relative ease of sharpening make it a bargain well worth considering. I suspect that the dullard review was the result of some faux pas like cutting on a ceramic cutting board, a blunder that will immediately blunt any good knife.

2-0 out of 5 stars Dull, dull, dull
I had been wanting a good santoku knife for a while when I ran across the Calphalon Contemporary 7 inch Santoku. I figured for 40.00 I should at least try this knife. So I did. I love the size, the weight, the grip and even how it cuts when it is sharp. I have to sharpen this darn knife WHILE I'm using it or it goes so dull it's about as effective as a butter knife. When I first got it, it was razor sharp. I used it twice. Twice meaning, I cut 2 limes up for drinking Corona's. On the third lime it was dull. ... Read more


25. Komachi Series 6-1/2-Inch Chef’s Meat Knife
list price: $19.95
our price: $19.95
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Asin: B000288KDO
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Komachi
Sales Rank: 616
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Amazon.com Review

Measuring 6-1/2 inches in length, the straight blade with a slightly curved tip of Komachi’s chef’s knife comfortably cuts meat of any variety. Whether cubing beef or dicingchicken, the sharp blade handles tough and moist pieces with ease. The knife hides whimsical, animal-shaped cutouts beneath its handle.

This unique collection--by renowned blade manufacturer KAI in Seki City, Japan--offers practical kitchen cutlery in cheerful colors. Durable, high-carbon, stainless-steel blades featuring a fluorinated-resin coating offer hygienic food handling. The lightweight knife does not have a bolster but feels balanced thanks to the full tang. Clear, Ionomer-resin handles in coordinating hues are ergonomically designed and fit comfortably in hand. Made in Japan and measuring 11-1/2 by 2 by 3/4 inches overall, this Chef’s knife is dishwasher-safe but hand washing is recommended.-- Amy Arnold ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 11-1/2 by 2 by 3/4 inches; dishwasher-safe; made in Japan
  • Japanese chef's knife; designed to cut and chop beef, pork, and poultry
  • Constructed of high-carbon stainless steel; fluorinated-resin coating; full tang
  • Ergonomically designed handle; made of high-tech Ionomer resin
  • Colorful blade; unique see-through handle with fun-shaped cutouts

26. Global 7-Inch Vegetable Knife

our price: $82.00
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Asin: B00005OL46
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Yoshikin
Sales Rank: 7774
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

High tech from tip to handle, Global knives from Japan created a sensation when they burst onto the world's culinary stage as an alternative to traditional European-style cutlery. Blades are made of hard molybdenum/vanadium stainless steel and "face-ground" with a long taper rather than a short bevel so edges remain sharp longer than even the best high-carbon stainless-steel knives. Edges also are ground at a more acute angle than traditional European-style knives and arrive from the factory razor-sharp. Although Global also makes a heavier-weight line for cooks who prefer hefty knives, its original knives--of which this 7-inch knife for precisely slicing and chopping vegetables is an example--have thinner blades and are lighter than traditional European-style knives. Global also dispensed with bolsters on its original knives to reduce weight. Balance is achieved by injecting a precise amount of sand for a particular blade style into a hollow handle. To ensure balance is continuous, the sand flows inside the handle as a blade is maneuvered. A finger notch between blade and handle provides safety.

Stainless-steel handles are Global's most striking feature. They're molded to fit the hand and dimpled to resist slipping. Smaller around than many European-style handles, they're easy for small-handed cooks to grasp and seamless for sanitation. Global recommends using a ceramic sharpener or a diamond steel instead of a metal sharpening steel for its knives, supplemented by a synthetic whetstone, a ceramic whetstone, or a Shinkansen sharpener. Global also makes a Sharpening Guide Rail so blades can be honed on a whetstone at the proper angle. Global knives should be hand washed to protect edges. They carry a lifetime warranty against defects and breakage. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty against defects and breakage
  • Lightweight, precisely balanced 7-inch knife for slicing, chopping vegetables
  • Blade made of high-tech molybdenum/vanadium stainless steel
  • Edge retains razor sharpness exceptionally well
  • Stainless-steel handle molded for comfort, dimpled for safe grip

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Favorite kitchen knife
I use this knife more than any other in my kitchen. It holds an edge and it's light and balanced. Money well spent.

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent knife
This light-weight and stunningly sharp knife is outstanding. As other reviewers of Global knives noted, the exceptionally acute angle of the edge makes them effective at cutting.

The size and balance of this knife are well suited to working with most vegetables, fruit etc. Cuts such as brunoise become much easier to accomplish using this knife.

As a first time user of a Global knife, it took me a few minutes to get used to how light it is. But once I got the feel of it, it became a real favorite.

Take the advice about care and sharpening this knife seriously. You can't just hone it on an average steel. Use the right stone and ceramic steel and you'll avoid ruining the edge.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great knife with slippery handle, Beware on steeling it
Cuts like a Samurai blade quality, and doesn't need to steel as frequent as the Henckels/ Wusthof knives. It has excellent weight for a medium sized hand. However, the handles get quite slippery when wet, so keep your hands clean and dry while using this knife for safety. Also, if you plan on saving money on getting a cheaper steel, DON'T, because this Global blade is much harder than the Henckels/Wusthof blades; a qood quality Diamond coated or ceramic steel is a must, or if you really like the steel design, get the Global steel which can cost quite a bit. Overall, this is a good quality knife with proper care and attention needed, just like a Samurai would do to get use to his sword. ... Read more


27. Wüsthof Gourmet 2-Piece Asian Knife Set
list price: $99.00
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00009WDSW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Wusthof
Sales Rank: 4346
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Amazon.com Review

The Gourmet cutlery line from Wüsthof offers excellent workmanship without top-of-the-line expense. Using high-carbon, stain-resistant steel, Wüsthof laser cuts and laser tests each blade for perfect uniformity and a super sharp edge. The durable Gourmet synthetic handles feature a seamless, hygienic fit and full-tang construction for maximum strength. They are reinforced with triple rivets on all blades over 4-1/2 inches. Designed for years of reliable use and easy sharpening, these knives are a great cutlery solution for the mid-range budget.

This Gourmet Japanese cook’s knife, also known as a santoku knife, features a straight-edge blade for straight-down slicing and precision chopping. Rows of alternating hollows in the blade create tiny air pockets, so the knife slides without sticking and even paper-thin slices fall away. The 3-inch parer comes in handy for cleaning prawns, trimming ginger, or creating garnishes. Like other Wüsthof cutlery, this set is safe in the dishwasher, but should be washed by hand for best results. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • Includes 6-1/2-inch Santoku; 3-inch straight parer
  • High-carbon stain-resistant steel; laser stamped blades
  • Full tang with high-impact three-rivet handles
  • Handwash with mild cleanser; made in Germany

28. Henckels Gourmet 7-Inch Santoku Knife
list price: $40.00
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00007BKRT
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: J.A. Henckels
Sales Rank: 342
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Many chefs are choosing the santoku over the chef’s knife as their primary chopping knife. Traditionally used by Japanese chefs, the santoku chops and slices with a straight rather than a rocking motion and offers the benefits of a cleaver with the manageability of a lighter knife. As part of Henckels’s Gourmet series of knives, this santoku has a stamped, high-carbon stainless-steel blade that islaser-sharpened for a longer-lasting edge and put through the Friodur ice-hardening process for additional strength. From blade tip to tang, the knife is composed of a single piece of metal for sturdiness and is tightly secured to the hygienic polypropylene handle with three rivets. Henckels Gourmet knives are covered under a lifetime warranty.--Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • Stamped, high-carbon stainless-steel blade
  • Laser-controlled edge; Friodur ice-hardened blade for strength
  • Single piece of metal for durability
  • Triple-riveted full tang; traditional polypropylene handle

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Knife, great price
I have been using a typical chef's nice since starting my career in the kitchen and have an AMAZING case of carpal tunnel sydrome/ RSI as a result. I was recommended a Santoku knife as a change and the difference is UNBELIEVEABLE.
Yes, you cannot "rock" with a Santoku or break bones, but a cleaver comes in handy for bones and I could NEVER get the razor-thin slices I can get with this nice little baby!
I have never been a fan of rocking and have taught all my fellow chefs to do what feels right for them ... and they do not rock their knives, either ... and if any handles crack, that is why Henckels guarantees EVERYTHING for life (www.zwilling.coM for an FYI if you read the review about me where he said he only uses it for back up now that he has a cracked handle).
I would highly recommend this knife ... the divots in the Wustof are nice, but jusdt a fancy addictive ... that is what a bench/dough scraper if for.
Buy this knife and you will be ecstatic ... I am going to buy them as gifts for everyone I know for thei b-days this year!

2-0 out of 5 stars Handle is in pieces
Henkles, Wusthoff ect all have different ranges of knives ranging from so-so to excellent. Well these are the so-so ones. If you are a weekend cook, these would be fine but if your in the kitchen daily and want a quality knife that you would use often for many types of food, get a better high-carbon, FORGED one from any company.

I have this exact model and after less than a year of hand washing, I noticed a crack in the handle. Now it's almost falling off. I only use it as a back-up.

It's too light for harder foods like carrots and requires a lot more effort to cut anything requiring force to cut. Even after it's sharpened I find it awkward chopping larger, harder foods. It just doesn't have the weight, even if it was a chef's knife which is honestly probably more of the functions I use it for. It's about the same weight as a cheaper bread knife. For the types of cuts this knife is supposed to be designed for, it's just too light to be effective. It's just too hard (and too dangerous) to make good chopping cuts with such a light knife.

Spend the extra $5-$10 to get a forged knife from any company, Henkels or not.

4-0 out of 5 stars good all purpose kitchen knife
This knife is great, it's light weight, sharp, and it has all the good things you expect from a Henckels knife. It's also affordable for household kitchens.

it's easier to handle than a cleaver, which was what i used before this (I am from a Chinese family, we use cleavers for everything), but I do have one gripe, the blade is not big like a cleaver, so when i am slicing carrots into thin strings, sometimes my knuckles run into the cutting board. it will take some getting used to. ... Read more


29. Komachi Series 8-Inch Bread Knife
list price: $19.95
our price: $19.95
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Asin: B000288KDY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Komachi
Sales Rank: 3815
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Amazon.com Review

Measuring 8-1/4 inches, the long narrow blade of Komachi’s bread knife features a sharp, serrated edge ideal for cutting through everything from rustic artisan bread to moist banana bread. The knife is equally appropriate for dessert items, comfortably divvying birthday sheet cakes or thin slices of pear tart. The knife hides whimsical, bread-shaped cutouts beneath its handle.

This unique collection--by renowned blade manufacturer KAI in Seki City, Japan--offers practical kitchen cutlery in cheerful colors. Durable, high-carbon, stainless-steel blades featuring a fluorinated-resin coating offer hygienic food handling. The lightweight knife does not have a bolster but feels balanced thanks to the full tang. Clear, Ionomer-resin handles in coordinating hues are ergonomically designed and fit comfortably in hand. Made in Japan and measuring 13 by 1-1/2 by 3/4 inches overall, this bread knife is dishwasher-safe but hand washing is recommended.-- Amy Arnold ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 13 by 1-1/2 by 3/4 inches; dishwasher-safe; made in Japan
  • Japanese bread knife; slices hearty breads and cake desserts
  • Constructed of high-carbon stainless steel; fluorinated-resin coating; full tang
  • Ergonomically designed handle; made of high-tech Ionomer resin
  • Colorful blade; unique see-through handle with fun-shaped cutouts

30. Global 7-Inch Oriental Chef's Knife
list price: $77.99
our price: $82.00
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Asin: B00005OL45
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Yoshikin
Sales Rank: 12649
Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

High-tech from tip to handle, Global knives from Japan createda sensation when they burst onto the world's culinary stage as analternative to traditional European-style cutlery. Blades are made ofhard molybdenum/vanadium stainless steel and "face-ground" with a longtaper rather than a short bevel so edges remain sharp longer than eventhe best high-carbon stainless-steel knives. Edges also are ground at amore acute angle than traditional European-style knives and arrive fromthe factory razor sharp. Although Global also makes a heavyweight linefor cooks who prefer hefty knives, its original knives--of which this7-inch Oriental chef's knife (or santoku) is an example--have thinnerblades and are lighter than traditional European-style knives. Globalalso dispensed with bolsters on its original knives to reduce weight.Global achieves balance in these knives by injecting a precise amountof sand for a particular blade style into a hollow handle. To ensurebalance is continuous, the sand flows inside the handle as a cookmaneuvers the blade. A finger notch between blade and handle providessafety.

Stainless-steel handles are Global's most striking feature. They'remolded to fit the hand and dimpled to resist slipping. Smaller aroundthan many European-style handles, they're easy for small-handed cooksto grasp, and the seamless construction between handle and blade ismore sanitary. This knife's wedge-shaped handle is particularly wellengineered for grasping securely with a relaxed hand. Global recommendsusing a ceramicsharpener or a diamond steel instead of a metal sharpening steelfor its knives, supplemented by a synthetic whetstone, a ceramic whetstone, or a Shinkansen Sharpener.Global also makes a sharpening guide set soblades can be honed on a whetstone at the proper angle. Global knivesshould be hand washed to protect edges. They carry a lifetime warrantyagainst defects and breakage. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty against defects and breakage
  • Lightweight, precisely balanced 7-inch Oriental chef's knife
  • Blade made of high-tech molybdenum/vanadium stainless steel
  • Edge retains razor sharpness exceptionally well
  • Stainless-steel handle molded for comfort, dimpled for safe grip

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars The PRIMO In Cutlery! - GLOBAL KNIVES
I recently purchased a whole set of these knives after doing MUCH research on various brands, materials they are made of, and general sturdiness and price.

YES, Global cutlery is EXPENSIVE! But compared to Wustof or Henkels, these kives outshine, outsparkle, and outperform them by a longshot. Comparable in price with Wustof and Henkels, for just a bit more money you can own the GOOD STUFF!

Global knives are made of one, solid, sturdy, but amazingly light piece of steel. Very balanced also! No worrying about wood or plastic handles, tangs or rivets here, nor cleaning! They clean up like a breeze.

I love my knives and I know they will last me a lifetime. Remember, friends... You get what you pay for and these beautiful and professional knives are worth their weight in gold!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST
I've worked quite a few kitchens in my life most of them being Japanese restaraunts so I have a little bit of experience with knives and I must say... this Global knife is one of the best I've had the opportunity to use. I first heard about Global in the book "Kitchen Confidential" (Which is a great book, and if you have worked a kitchen or two in your life you will relate to a lot of the stories!). I checked this knife out at the local cutlery store and was immediately impressed. Although not as hefty as my regular 8" chef's, it's balance was amazing. The shaped handle made handling of this knife a true pleasure. The blade truly holds it's edge, and slices and chops like a dream. You will not be dissapointed with this knife, and I have no doubt it will become your knife of choice when working in the kitchen.

One note, although the company recommends using their diamond steel to sharpen due to how hard the steel in the knife is, I found that using my regular steel on occassion works just fine. I know I'm wearing my steel down a little quicker but it realigned the edge just fine.

5-0 out of 5 stars The things you can CUT with this knife....
Yeah, it IS expensive, but knives are man's prime tool with which to rework the world for his intention. While this is an excellent food preparation knife, I have also found that it is a brilliant and expensive tool for the irresponsible, like myself, to pry open jammed doors or open up boxes of books from Amazon. And it STILL makes me happy when it cuts the heck out of some salmon filet or prime loin.

The handle is very nice. You won't slip by sweating on this knife. No siree.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great all purpose blade, but consider the 8 inch chef too.
This was my first Global knife, and I've since bought four more. After three years of daily use it's still as sharp as ever, with only a few passes over a diamond steel occasionally. (If you are going to use Global knives, bite the bullet and get a diamond steel.)Global knives are frightenly sharp when they are new, even the serrated knives like the bread knife, which appear more benign. Be careful with these things until you get used to them, even if you've had good German knives before. (No, you won't cut your fingers,you'll be naturally cautious about that, you'll nick an arm or a wrist by brushing the blade, something I never even knew could happen until I got my 10 inch Global chef.)

The eight inch Oriental chef is a great little chopper and slicer, and the very wide blade is nice for lifting slices, but do think about the traditional 8 inch Global chef as your mainstay knife if you're only getting one. This one is balanced for a "push" stroke, rather than the pull stroke that most Western cooks use, the handle is a little high for a good rocker chop -- at least until you get used to it, and the back of the blade is curved, so if you're used to scraping your cutting board with the spine of your blade, this one won't do the trick. Your veggies will escape under the curve. The blade is hollow ground (beveled on both sides) not single sided like the denba, so you don't have to worry about being left or right handed.

None of this makes the knife a bad one, but it does take some getting used to and frankly, I'm more comfortable with the 8 inch chef as my mainstay knife. (The 10 inch chef is a bit of a monster for most tasks. Great for cutting a pizza all the way across in a single rock, but, well... I guess I shouldn't admit I use my good knives on pizza, huh?) You won't go wrong with a Global knife, it's just a question of which one feels right for you.

One more thing: these knives look like modern art, if that sort of thing matters to you. You can see the quality in them as well as feel it.

5-0 out of 5 stars my momma wants this knife!!
This is a beautiful piece. absolutely essential. like a surgeon,cuts like the very first time.. ... Read more


31. Shun Pro 270mm Yanagiba Knife
list price: $179.00
our price: $142.95
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Asin: B0000Y7KP4
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Shun
Sales Rank: 60116
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Amazon.com Review

Designed to effortlessly slice delicate morsels of fresh fish, this elegant Yanagiba or sashimi knife is an essential tool for any home sushi chef.An exceptionally long narrow blade measuring 10-5/8 inches in length carries a razor-sharp edge to cut into soft raw fish without crushing or damaging and finishes with a pointed tip for intricate tasks. Also available in two additional lengths: 8-1/4 and 9-1/2 inches.

Leveraging a 90-year history of superior workmanship, Shun knives are precision-forged in Japan by renowned blade manufacturer KAI. Combining high-carbon stain-resistant "super steel" with a one-sided, single-bevel design results in an exceptionally strong, sharp blade. Holding its sharpness longer, a Shun knife offers simplified maintenance on top of its superior performance. Flipping the knife over shows a subtly concave backside created to resist sticking and avoid damaging food. Forming a comfortable D-shaped hold, a fused blend of hardwood veneers and resin comprise the unique ebony Pakkawood handle. A traditionally offset stainless-steel bolster protects knuckles while a steel end-cap finishes the piece. Although dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. This product includes a lifetime warranty. -- Amy Arnold ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher-safe; lifetime warranty; manufactured in Seki City, Japan
  • Long, narrow knife with a 10-5/8-inch blade; ideal for slicing delicate raw fish
  • Precision-forged high-carbon stainless-steel blade; holds a razor-sharp edge
  • One-sided beveled edge with a hollow-ground back; stainless-steel bolster
  • Durable black Pakkawood handle; D-shape design fits the hand comfortably

32. Chicago Cutlery Insignia 2-Piece Asian Set
list price: $29.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0007QA0F2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Chicago Cutlery
Sales Rank: 6973
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Product Description

Chicago Cutlery Insignia, 2 Piece, Santoku Forged Cutlery Set, Includes 7" Santoku Knife & 3.5" Parer, The Santoku Is A Versatile Knife That Combines The Precision Of A Chef's Knife & The Power Of A Cleaver, Unique Indentations On The Side Of Blade To Reduce Drag & Prevent Food From Sticking, Blades Are Manufactured From High Carbon Stainless Steel, Razor Sharp Taper Grind Edge, Bakelite Ergonomically Designed Handle ... Read more

Features

  • Hand wash for best results; lifetime guarantee
  • Includes 3-inch paring knife and 7-inch santoku, a Japanese-style chef's knife
  • Forged high-carbon stainless steel blades for exceptional sharpness and rust and stain resistance
  • Full tang for balance and strength; forged bolster; exclusive Taper Grind edge
  • Ergonomically-designed, triple-riveted polymer handles are nonporous and ultra-hygienic

33. Henckels Four Star 7-Inch High Carbon Stainless-Steel Santoku Knife
list price: $91.00
our price: $64.99
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Asin: B00004RFKY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: J.A. Henckels
Sales Rank: 2621
Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Japanese version of the chef’s knife, the santoku is useful for straight chopping, mincing, and slicing of larger quantities of vegetables and meat. Cooks with smaller hands may prefer this 7-inch blade as the shorter length offers better control while cutting. The width also provides a great platform for transporting chopped vegetables from cutting board to sauté pan.

Part of the Four Star series of cutlery, this santoku has a fully forged high-carbon stainless-steel blade. The blade, bolster, and tang are welded of one piece of metal using Henckels’s Sinter Metal Component Technology, which distributes the right quantities of metal to each part of the knife. The result is a longer-lasting edge and a more consistent angle on the blade. The blade has also undergone Henckels’s Friodur ice-hardening process, which further strengthens it and protects it from discoloration. The black polypropelene handles offer a secure and comfortable grip and are hygienically attached so there are no gaps between the handle and blade for food to become trapped. This santoku should be hand washed and is covered by a lifetime warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • 7-inch chef¿s knife for cutting through thick-skinned fruits and vegetables
  • High-carbon stainless-steel; optimum grades of metal welded into each part of knife
  • Friodur ice-hardening process strengthens knife and prevents staining
  • Full tang and bolster; black polypropelene handle
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Top Quality Balance and Steel
After spending 6 years as a sous chef and using a variety of knifes, I can asure you that this knife is top notch! The Santoku is the knife of choice for vegetable prep because it is so well balanced for "rocking" and "chopping." For those that grip with your pointing finger onto the blade, the shape of the handle is far better than the 5 star series. The cryogentically cured steel stays sharp for months. In the four years that I've used this knife I have never used anything but a worn steel to sharpen the blade. A "must have" for the serious home cook.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice backup to 8"chef's knife
Now that I have the kids helping me cook dinner/chop vegetables etc. I needed another "chef" knife. Rather than duplicate the chef's knife, I got this one and am very pleased. It's narrower blade makes slicing easier, the curve of the blade has a nice rocker motion to it. I think of the two styles I prefer the French Chef's over this one but as a second knife this one is great.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great addition to the Four Star collection
Purchased this knife to complete my knife collection. I'm not a serious (or even a great) cook but I love Henckels Four Star knives and have used them for over 20 years. This knife (as well as the others in the Four Star Collection) is well balanced and very sharp. It makes me want to take cooking lessons so my meager skills can match the knife's potential. My efforts in the kitchen may not taste gourmet but I feel like a chef with this knife in my hand. Marian

5-0 out of 5 stars I cook for a livin'...
A BARGAIN!!! Why is this blade so much cheaper than others when it is equal in quality and superior in grip? Buy this one and you won't be disappointed.
I've used this model and I sell a lot of these to other chefs and cooks...I love it, they love it...'nuf said.

It claims a 5 mojo*z in my bag!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Knife
This is a surprizingly great knife. More accurate slicer than the chief's knife, it is also great for dicing. You can hold the knife by it's spine and rock the knife over onions and peppers to get really nice small dice. I obtained a leap improvement to my Salsa's texture after using this knife to prepare it. Definately like this knife for veggie slicing and dicing a lot. ... Read more


34. Global 5 1/4-Inch Santoku Knife
list price: $56.00
our price: $56.00
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Asin: B0006A03RE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Sointu USA, Inc (Global)
Sales Rank: 8681
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35. Global 7-Inch Santoku Knife
list price: $82.00
our price: $82.00
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Asin: B0006A03QA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Sointu USA, Inc (Global)
Sales Rank: 58063
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36. Shun Knives - Shun Pro Knives VG0240Y - Yanagiba - 9 1/2 inches

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Asin: B0000WNV0O
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Shun Knives - Kitchen Knives
Sales Rank: 110058
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Shun Knives Pro Series Yanagiba Knife - Intended for slicing fish quickly and evenly, the 9 1/2 inch Shun Pro Yanagiba blade is Carbon steel, improved with Cobalt, Manganese and Molybdenum - for prolonged sharpness. -- Shun Pro Series Knives are crafted in Seki City, Japan, where swords and knives have been fashioned for centuries. Featuring the single-side grind preferred by Japanese chefs, Shun Pro is cutlery for the ultimate knife connoisseur. A hollow-ground back provides an air pocket between the knife and food, minimizing adherence to the VG-10 steel blade. VG-10 blade steel is composed of Carbon, Cobalt, Manganese, Molybdenum, siliconee and Vanadium - creating an incredible steel that forms and retains edges superior to many other steels used in kitchen cutlery. Shun Pro also boasts handsome Pakkawood handles - shaped to fit the palm of the hand - set off by stainless steel bolsters. ... Read more

Features

  • The VG-10 blade steel is composed of Carbon, Cobalt and Molybdenum, among other fine components.
  • This steel is single-side ground, forming an edge superior to many other steels used in cutlery.
  • Intended for slicing fish quickly and evenly.
  • Boasts polished Pakkawood handles shaped to fit the palm of the hand.
  • 9 1/2 inch Yanagiba

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars correction
hmm... i started out the review below for the shun classic santoku, but was distracted for an hour or so. when i came back to it i looked at the header for the yanagiba and finished up the review mistakenly for that knife. i do not know how i missed that i clicked on the wrong knife when i started the review in the first place...?

this yanagiba is not the layered damascus style of the shun classic series. it is of the shun pro series. still a beautiful knife and an imposing piece of steel. the 240mm yanagiba (9.5in) is of course the same knife despite it's seperate listing.

it is not exactly true to say this knife is sharpend on one side. in fact one side bevels in from the spine and one side is flat, but the blade edge is sharpened on both sides. the side that bevels in from the spine is hollow ground at the cutting edge and has a much steeper grind then the edge on the flat opposing side.

excellent carving knife. fish or a whole turkey this knife does the trick.

5-0 out of 5 stars If looks could kill
this will be the 3rd shun classic/proknife i have purchased. with only 3 weeks using the 7in santoku it is a little early to determine how well these hold an edge, but it is as sharp as the day ups delievered it as of now. shun reputation proceeds the arrival these in the west so im confident blade wear will not dissapoint. the pommels and choils are fully sculped to the handle. those who like to choke up on the handle with index finger strait on the back spine should like the egronomics. BEWARE LEFT HANDERS, the handle is offset for righties and this may be a problem or not.

this yanagiba is not the layered damascus style of the shun classic series. it is of the shun pro series. still a beautiful knife and an imposing piece of steel. the 240mm yanagiba (9.5in) is of course the same knife despite it's seperate listing.

excellent carving knife. fish or a whole turkey this knife does the trick.

i will hopefully attain a full compiment of these knives in the future. i will also buy a glass knife holder so i can admire them everytime i frequent the kitchen. ... Read more


37. Komachi Series 4-1/2-Inch Fish Knife
list price: $19.95
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Asin: B000288KD4
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Komachi
Sales Rank: 3301
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Amazon.com Review

Compact and dexterous, Komachi’s 4-1/2-inch fish knife features a wide, flat surface ideal for transporting filleted salmon or sole. The blade’s cutting edge offers a curved shape while its top edge carries a row of grooves designed to easily remove fish scales. The knife hides a whimsical, fish-shaped cutout beneath its handle.

This unique collection--by renowned blade manufacturer KAI in Seki City, Japan--offers practical kitchen cutlery in cheerful colors. Durable, high-carbon, stainless-steel blades featuring a fluorinated-resin coating offer hygienic food handling. The lightweight knife does not have a bolster but feels balanced thanks to the full tang. Clear, Ionomer-resin handles in coordinating hues are ergonomically designed and fit comfortably in hand. Made in Japan and measuring 9-1/4 by 2 by 3/4 inches overall, this fish blade is dishwasher-safe, but hand washing is recommended.-- Amy Arnold ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 9-1/4 by 2 by 3/4 inches; dishwasher-safe; made in Japan
  • 4-1/2-inch Japanese fish knife; used for scaling, boning, and transporting fish
  • Constructed of high-carbon stainless steel; fluorinated-resin coating; full tang
  • Ergonomically designed handle; made of high-tech Ionomer resin
  • Colorful blade; unique see-through handle with fun-shaped cutouts

38. Henckels Four Star 2-Piece Hollow Edge Knife Set
list price: $154.00
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Asin: B0001XAJ4I
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: J.A. Henckels
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Amazon.com Review

Reducing kitchen cutlery down to the basics, this cutting duo offers a perfect start to any knife collection. Falling somewhere between a cleaver and a chef’s knife, the 7-inch Santoku knife functions as a kitchen mainstay. This all-purpose blade can be used for chopping, dicing, and slicing. The cutting edge features small oval-shaped grooves designed to trap air during use and prevent food from adhering to its sides. The accompanying 4-inch pairing knife offers the control and dexterity of a compact blade ideally suited to skinning, mincing, and chopping smaller items.

Precision-forged in Germany, these knives offer Henckels’s renowned high-carbon stainless-steel construction, strengthened by a unique Friodur ice-hardening process. The blade sharpness brings effortless cutting while a steel bolster protects fingers. The seamless handle, constructed of durable polypropylene, fits comfortably and creates a classic, clean look. Although dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended for best long-term results. Both knives are covered by a lifetime warranty. -- Amy Arnold

What’s in the Box
7-inch Santoku knife; 4-inch paring knife. ... Read more

Features

  • Made in Germany; dishwasher-safe; lifetime warranty
  • Set includes a 7-inch Santoku knife and accompanying 4-inch paring knife
  • Each piece fully forged from a single piece of stain-resistant steel; laser-controlled sharpness
  • A unique Friodur ice-hardening process strengthens the blades and prevents staining
  • Seamless secure handle construction; made of durable polypropylene

39. Joyce Chen Sushi Knife
list price: $47.99
our price: $33.00
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Asin: B0000DDXCZ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Joyce Chen
Sales Rank: 7876
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Features

  • Perfect for slicing seafood, vegetables, and other ingredients for sushi and sashimi.
  • Knife based on traditional Japanese cutlery
  • Precision ground, high carbon steel blade
  • Traditional Ho wood handle
  • Gift Boxed

40. Wüsthof Culinar 7-Inch Hollow Edge Santoku Knife
list price: $150.00
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005MEHE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Wusthof
Sales Rank: 15966
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Elegant satin-finish handles sculpted from 18/10 stainless steel distinguish Culinarcutlery from Wüsthof's other cutlery lines. Otherwise Culinar knives embody all the virtuesof other Wüsthof knives that have earned the German manufacturer world renown. Theprincipal parts of a Wüsthof knife--blade, bolster, and tang--are forged from a single pieceof high-carbon stainless steel, and the blade is precisely tapered from bolster to tip and from backto hand-honed edge. Blades and beautifully formed bolsters are not as thick as some knives'. As aresult, despite their heft, strength, and durability, Wüsthof knives are pleasingly delicateand marvelously balanced in action.

This 7-inch santoku is a Japanese cook's (or chef's) knife--a low-tip style with a broad blade.Because the cutting edge is less curved, it provides less rocking action than a European-stylecook's knife. However, for straight-down slicing and precise chopping it's superb. Alternatinghollows on each side of the blade create air pockets, allowing slices to fall away cleanly. Thisknife should be hand washed. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Made in Germany
  • Japanese-style cook's knife designed for chopping, slicing, dicing
  • Alternating hollows on blade's sides prevent food from clinging
  • Blade, bolster, tang forged from single piece of high-carbon stainless steel
  • Handle sculpted from 18/10 stainless steel with elegant satin finish

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Son in culinary school
We bought this knife for our son. He has been helping in the kichen since he was three,and is training as a professional. He says this is the best knife he has ever used and is very easy to keep clean.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Knife, but the Henckels Pro S was more functional
I have a couple of Santuko Knives. While hands down this is the nicest looking, I have found that the Henckels Pro S Santuko fits better and feels better in my hand. One reviewer mentioned that the Henckels did not have the Hollow Edge like the Wusthof's, but this is incorrect.

The Henckels is called: Henckels Pro S 7" Santoku Knife - Granton Edge.

4-0 out of 5 stars A beauty in form and function, but will the handle slip?
I've owned this knife for several months and am pleased with it -- it certainly is good-looking. The santoku blade is great for chopping veggies -- I think the hollow (Granton) edge is well worth the small increase in price over a flat blade.
The only drawback to this knife -- as it is with competitors' steel-handle knives, is that most cooks will not feel as secure holding it, particular if your hands are a little slippery or greasy. It just feels as if it might slip. For that reason, I think the Wusthof Grand Prix version of this knife would be a slightly better choice. But hey, if you have a zillion-dollar kitchen and a zillion knives, this series is the prettiest to display that you'll find anywhere.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice knife!
This is a very good quality knife. I currently have the J.A. Henckels four start collection, but I wanted to try the Wusthof's knife after hearing all the good things about it. Like J.A. Henckels' Twin Star collection, this knife has the total stainless look. But after comparing two brands of knives, all I can say is that I wish I bought Wusthof's knives instead.
This knife is really sharp and has a good feel to it. It cuts really well. The hollow edge keeps the vegetables/food from sticking to the sides, which also make this knife exceptional. None of J.A. Henckles' line has this special and exlusive feature. I might have to start upgrading my J.A. Henckels to Wusthof. This is definitly money worth spent, if you are into having good kichen stuff.

4-0 out of 5 stars My first wustof knife!
Wusthof makes a Beautiful knife. It is well balanced and the the knife was packed with care...But I used to be a machinist by trade and there a a few thing that I did not like about a knife that I paid (...more money) for(i.e. terrible looking initial grind on the cutting edge and the top edge where my thumb rests on during heavy cutting had sharp edges on it and got my thumb a little bloody while cutting!) Just minor things that I "adjusted" myself and I would gladly buy it again!!!
Sincerly EX-Henkel owner Greg ... Read more


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