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Faraday's Kitchen Store - 12918 Shops Parkway, Suite 540, Austin, TX 78738 - Call Us 512-266-5666
Faraday's Kitchen Store - 12918 Shops Parkway, Suite 540, Austin, TX 78738 - Call Us 512-266-5666

Wusthof Classic 5” Santoku Knife

by Wusthof
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Original price $150.00
Current price $119.95
The Wusthof Classic 5 inch Santoku Knife is designed with a thinner blade than the traditional chef's knife, with a 10-degree cutting edge, and gradually curves up at the very end providing a straighter edge. The hollow edge is crafted with evenly spaced vertical indentations, which create small air pockets between the blade and the food. These small air pockets gently push food off the blade and reduce friction and drag. This knife allows cooks to effortlessly prep a wide array of fresh produce, including starchy vegetables like potatoes, which tend to stick to a knife's blade. Other features include a full tang and a triple riveted synthetic polypropylene handle that resists fading and discoloration. Limited Lifetime Warranty. Made in Germany.

Faraday's carries the top selling Wusthof Classic knife series. The Classic lines deliver great quality and offer a lifetime of true culinary performance. Manufactured in Solingen, Germany by a seventh generation family business that dates back to 1814, each knife is forged from one piece of specially tempered high carbon steel to ensure outstanding strength and extraordinary sharpness.The triple-riveted handles are made of synthetic material and have no seams, offering better hygiene. These knives are excellent for both professional chefs and home cooking enthusiasts, and are easy to maintain. Great knives for our meat eating friends here in Texas!

It is recommended that you hand-wash your knives with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry the knives immediately after washing. We do NOT recommend using any knife but a German meat cleaver to cut through bones or frozen products, as other blades can easily be damaged. To best maintain the edge on your knife, you should follow a regular honing practice or maintain your blade with a recommended sharpener. Cutting on hard surfaces such as glass, stone or granite will damage blades. ALWAYS use caution when handling any knife.