Gourmet Hollow Edge Santoku Knife (7-in.) by Wusthof
Craftsmanship has been a tradition at Wusthof for over 190 years. Quality and precision have always been the standard that we measure our knife by and our Gourmet line of stamped German knives take precision to a new level. Each knife in this line is cut from a piece of steel using a laser beam to m... See complete description »
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Craftsmanship has been a tradition at Wusthof for over 190 years. Quality and precision have always been the standard that we measure our knife by and our Gourmet line of stamped German knives take precision to a new level. Each knife in this line is cut from a piece of steel using a laser beam to make a perfect blade. The blade and shape on this 6.5-in. Santoku Knife resemble the Japanese Cook's Knife. It's just right for preparing sushi and sashimi - or anything else you want to slice paper-thin. The hollow indents in the blade allow food to slide right off without sticking. Also works well when dicing onions or other vegetables.
The knife was from the Gourmet collection and the quality is not as good as the Classic Collection. I returned the knife
A long-time Wustof user, I found this knife to be of inferior quality and returned it immediately upon receipt. The handle is plastic and very lightweight. The blade seemed very sharp, but because it was stamped rather than forged, it felt flimsy - not reassuringly sturdy like I've come to to love about my other Wustof Classics. I wouldn't pay more than $15 for this knife, and yet they're selling it for far more. Very disappointing. I found the extra cash and bought their "real" version of the Santoku in the Classic line. I will say that the return process was very easy and trouble-free, and the product was delivered fairly quickly, so kudos there.
nice sharp edge but not as heavy as the Classic. I 'd rather have the Classic. You get what you pay for.
Blade is good, but the knife is a little light.
knife feels cheap- is much lighter than I thought it would be.
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