Wusthof 7-inch Hollow Edge Santoku Knife - Wusthof Gourmet


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Add to your cutlery collection with this santoku knife. Laser-cut stamped blade is tempered and hardened steel with a long-lasting, V-ground edge. Full tang adds weight and balance. Synthetic handle is triple-riveted. High-carbon, no-stain blade is easy to sharpen. More Wusthof® available via special order. Please contact your local store. -Tempered and hardened steel -Long-lasting, V-ground edge -Blade has a 10 degree edge angle -Full tang -Triple-riveted synthetic handle -High-carbon, no-stain laser-cut stamped blade -Easy to sharpen -Hand wash -Made in Germany

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Product Title: Wusthof 7-inch Hollow Edge Santoku Knife - Wusthof Gourmet

Manufacturer: Wusthof

Lowest Price: $79.95 from CHEFS Catalog

Power Score: 4.3 | 10 Reviews

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There is nothing like a good quality knife. As vegetarians and foodies, we out a lot of miles on a knife. This one is a multi-purpose everything kinda knife and we love it!

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Aug 26, 2011

Poor quality

The Wusthof Gourmet line is of significantly poorer quality than the Classic. I purchased the 3.5" Classic pairing knife and the Gourmet Santoku at the same time, and, boy, what a difference. The pairing knife has a good weight and performs beautifully. The Santoku knife, although sharp, feels flimsy and the handle looks cheap. I thought perhaps this was the way Santoku knives were made, but...
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By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Jun 18, 2010


The blade is sharp and it cuts well, but compared to other Wusthof knives I own it is not as sturdy. I also find the handle to be light and small.

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Apr 20, 2010

Not as sturdy as I thought.

I bought the 7' santuko(sp) and it was much lighter than I expected. I'm glad it was only $50.00 because it's not worth the $100 suggested retail price. It's a nice sharp knife, but a little too short and the handle isn't curved enough for the rocking motion of chopping.

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Sep 25, 2009

8" and santoku

i use both of these knives almost daily. both wash very well, are non-reactive, and are easy to clean.

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Jun 30, 2009

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