Twin Four Star Santoku Knife (7-in.) by Zwilling J.A. Henckels
The name means "three benefits" in Japanese, and you'll find at least that many good uses for this sturdy knife called the Hollow Edge Santoku. Used for mincing, dicing and slicing, this all-purpose tool has hollow indentations in the blade that allow food to slide right off without sticking. Part o... See complete description »
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The name means "three benefits" in Japanese, and you'll find at least that many good uses for this sturdy knife called the Hollow Edge Santoku. Used for mincing, dicing and slicing, this all-purpose tool has hollow indentations in the blade that allow food to slide right off without sticking. Part of the Four Star series, the knife is made of high-carbon stainless steel and precision-honed, with a laser-controlled edge, a balanced super-bolster, and a tang that extends to the back of the polypropylene handle, which is permanently bonded for seamless accuracy.
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Because I have a Henckels Pro S version of this knife and found it helps in reducing food adhering to the blade I purchased this Four Star knife for my wife who always likes to have her own cutlery.
An excellent, very versatile knife.
This knife fits my short, squatty hand perfectly. And it performs great - from super thin onion slices to finely chopped herbs.
This a great,well-balanced knife that has multiple uses.
It's a small cleaver,a mincer,a chopper,and a food collector/scraper all in one.
In my opinion the best of the santuku knives.
Kind of pricey for a knife but I really like the way it feels and chops
This knife is great! So wonderful in fact that I have one and I just purchased one for my best friend's birthday. Makes cooking more fun than ever.
Very good knife and an excellent value for the money. Very pleased with its performance.
this one my favorite! it is used almost everyday and i recomend it to all.
An excellent general purpose knife that is great for chopping and slicing.
The Santoku is an excellent knife. It met and exceeded my expectations.
Everything the knife is purported to do, it does superbly.
I LOVE this knife! And at the price it which it was offered--an excellent buy. I would buy this knife again without hesitation.
I have been a fan of Henckels cutlery for about 20 years. This santoku knife ranks as my favorite knife today! The weight of and size fit my hand well, and even with its length and wide blade is easy to wield.
Definitely worth the price!
It's a very, very good knife. The scalloping on the blade helps just a little with chpped food sticking to the back of the blade, but it isn't a miracle cure. Still, as a kitchen knife, this is top notch. I use it all the time now.
This knife is a joy. It's ballanced, just heavy enough, and shaped to make cutting easy. Though we bought it as a gift for our son-in-law, after he encouraged us to try it, we bought 2 more for ourselves and a sister.
If you don't own a Santoku, and you love to cook, your missing a great basic tool. This Kenckels is the real thing, and you'll know it from the first moment you use it!
I had many choices and I chose the Santoku by Henckles and I'm glad I did.
This Henckles Santoku knife is the best of the best.
It's very comfortable to use because of the shape of both the blade and handle and it's perfectly balanced and weighted.
And it's easy to wash and doesn't stain.
This was gift to my son in law who likes it very much although he cut the end of his finger! I guess that happens at least to all of us cooks.
Awesome knife......This is by far my favorite knife in a collection of 20 Henckels. I look forward to using it everyday. Some of the other knives feel left out.
I love all of my 4 star knives, but this is my least favorite. I have prepped professionaly for about 10 years, and I still prefer the normal chef's knife to this one. I guess it is the blade profile, but I always feel like I need to slow down with this guy because I might cut off a digit.
Also, the hollow blade does not seem to help at all with vegetables sticking to the knife.
All in all, it is still a henckles knife, holds a great edge and all, but in the end I really only use it when every other knife is dirty.
This knife is great. It slices through vegtables like butter.
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Don't you hate it when you're trying to slice a cooked potato and your knife just smushes it instead? Try using a <i>santoku</i> knife instead. Its blade has specially designed hollow indentations that reduce drag when cutting, so your knife will slice right through. Santokus are also great for cutting soft cheeses, slicing onions, and just about all your everyday chopping tasks.