Cuisinart 5-Inch Santoku Knife, Stainless Steel

Posted by: admin Post date: December 24th, 2009

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  • 5-inch santoku knife for mincing, slicing, dicing, and chopping
  • Low-tip style with broad high-carbon stainless-steel blade
  • Hollow ground kullens on each side of blade reduce sticking and tearing
  • Full tang; ergonomic, brushed stainless-steel handle; wash by hand
  • Measures 11-1/4 by 2-1/2 by 3/4 inches; limited lifetime warranty

Product Description
This 5 Inch Cuisinart Stainless Steel santoku knife features a low-tip style with a broad blade. The superior high carbon stainless steel blade is minimally curved and the alternating hollows on each side of the blade create air pockets, allowing slices to fall away cleanly. If you love to cook, this is the knife for you. The Santoku is perfect for mincing, slicing and dicing. The Full tang with the triple riveted, ergonomic handle provides maximum safety and pe… More >>

6 Responses to “Cuisinart 5-Inch Santoku Knife, Stainless Steel”

  1. Laurene S. Farley Says:

    I have had this for about a year. I love the knife itself, but after just a few months, it started rusting. Too bad.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. So so Says:

    As a woman with smallish hands, I adore this knife. I find myself grabbing it over all other knives, and though my husband has large hands – he is able to use it with ease and also likes it.

    Sharp, but not sharp enough where I’m afraid to use it.

    All in all, I dig it.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Blake Brasher Says:

    This knife is still sharp enough to slice through a ripe tomato without denting the skin before breaking it. I live in a communal household with 7 other people and that knife has gotten used almost every day for the past couple months. It’s a great size for slicing through smaller items like garlic, carrots, et cetera. A pretty good buy for the price.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. E. S. Noyes Says:

    This knife is just the right size, not too dinky but not so large as to be hard to handle. It is a little smaller than I pictured it. But it is handsome, stainless steel, and has that wonderful santoku blade shape. It’s super sharp. I was cutting an avocado in half, and practically severed the seed without trying. It’s light, which some people might not like, but for everyday work in the kitchen, I find it versatile and well above average. A good deal too.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Terry Says:

    This little knife is such a great deal for the price. I like that it is completely stainless steel – no wooden handle to break off or get worn out in the dishwasher. The little indentations along the blade are what make it a Santoku. They keep food like cheese from sticking to the blade when you are slicing. This knife is very lightweight and those that are accustomed to expensive, high-quality knives will probably not like it. But it’s wonderful for everyday use and seriously out-performs other similarly priced knives. I use it for slicing cheeses, sausages, small potatoes and vegetables, hoagies etc. So far, it remains very sharp and I’m glad I purchased 2!
    Rating: 5 / 5




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