Shun Classic Santoku Knife - 5-1/2 in. (DM0727)

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Product Description for Shun Classic Santoku Knife - 5-1/2 in. (DM0727)

Maker: Shun (click to see more by this maker)
Product line: Shun Classic (click to see more in this line)
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Item num: 98661
Blade length: 6.00 in.
Cutting edge length: 5.50 in.
Total length: 10.50 in.
Blade height (at heel): 1.65 in.
Blade thickness (near bolster): 0.08 in.
Blade thickness (at midpoint): 0.07 in.
Blade thickness (near tip): 0.04 in.
Item weight: 4.80 oz.
Shipment weight: 8.0 oz.
Blade: VG-MAX stainless steel clad with stainless damascus on each side
Bolster: Stainless steel
Handle: Ebony-black Pakawood
Description: An incredibly handy smaller chef's knife, the Shun Classic 5-1/2 inch santoku is a workhorse. This in-between weight and size make it perfect for medium-sized kitchen tasks, from slicing carrots and shallots to mincing herbs to cutting chocolate or butter. Cooks with smaller hands or those who simply prefer a smaller, lighter knife may find that this smaller santoku becomes a top go-to knife. Some cooks have told us they use it in place of a paring knife for some tasks or love it for cutting up fruit for breakfast.
The stunningly beautiful Shun line of kitchen cutlery is forged by Kai in Japan and distributed through Kershaw. Shun's proprietary, high-performance VG-MAX steel, which provides incredible edge retention, is clad with damascus stainless steel, then ground and bead-blasted, revealing the flowing pattern of the layered steel. The result is a line of knives that is sharp, durable, corrosion resistant, and beautiful to behold!
'D' shape black Pakkawood handles provide beauty and function. The 'D' shape is designed for right handed users and provides maximum comfort and control. Pakkawood provides strength and stability along with moisture resistance.


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