Classic Wide Cook's Knife (10-in.) by Wusthof
This is an exceptional knife and one that many professionals are pleased to own. It has a gently bowed 10-in. cutting edge that is wider than a standard cook's knife. The extra 0.25-in. of knuckle clearance supplies enough razor-sharp surface to make short work of mincing herbs or julienning carrots... See complete description »
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This is an exceptional knife and one that many professionals are pleased to own. It has a gently bowed 10-in. cutting edge that is wider than a standard cook's knife. The extra 0.25-in. of knuckle clearance supplies enough razor-sharp surface to make short work of mincing herbs or julienning carrots, while its heft provides ample power for quartering chicken a or halving a winter squash. Its visible tang, like a Formula 1 spoiler, ensures a beautifully balanced tool.
Wusthof's newest state of the art technology incorporates a new computer controlled method for putting the edge on Classic knives. This technology allows for an exacting edge from the tip of the knife down to the heel of the knife. With this newer precision, the knives are made sharper to 14 degrees per side for a total of 28 degrees. The knives are now sharper and this refinement increases the sharpness retention because exacting angles and edges last longer than edges sharpened by hand. The result is a knife that is 30% sharper and the ICP (Initial Cutting Performance) lasts twice as long.
Food fears this knife! Great quality. Knife delivers supreme performance and adds a lot of efficiency to the kitchen. Good value for those that like to cook frequently or in large batches.
I ordered the 10" wide cook's knife for my son, who has trained as a chef. He used it while here for Christmas and loved how it handled.
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