Calphalon Katana Stainless-Steel 5-1/2-Inch Honesuki Knife

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  • Named for the sacred sword carried by Japan's Samurai warriors, Calphalon Katana Series cutlery has its roots in a centuries-old tradition of superior cutlery craftsmanship. Like the awe-inspiring swords wielded by the Samurai, Calphalon Katana Series cutlery is crafted using a time-honored layering process that creates a Damascus style blade, clad with 33 stainless steel layers. This unique series of cutlery uses VG Japanese steel, which provides exceptional sharpness and ultimate edge retention. These knives also feature a patented integrated bolster design and an ergonomically designed poly-resign handle. The Honesuki is a traditional Japanese poultry boning knife. The slim blade of the knife is ideal for boning chicken breasts and thighs.
  • Binding:
    Kitchen
    EAN:
    0016853027071
    Label:
    Calphalon
    List Price:
    $49.99
    Manufacturer:
    Calphalon
    Product Group:
    Kitchen
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_KITCHEN
    Publisher:
    Calphalon
    Studio:
    Calphalon
    Title:
    Calphalon Katana Stainless-Steel 5-1/2-Inch Honesuki Knife
    Feature:
    Measures approximately 8-1/2 inches long; lifetime warranty
    UPC:
    016853027071
    Brand:
    Calphalon
    Model:
    KN5005.5V

Recent User Reviews

  1. crimsonmist308
    "surprisingly nice knife"
    4/5,
    Value:
    4/5,
    Performance:
    4/5,
    Handle:
    3/5,
    Blade:
    4/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Jun 6, 2008
    Purchase Price:
    $35.00
    Pros - thin. light, agile, very sharp
    Cons - handle may need getting used to
     i have a feeling i got this knife for a song.  found it on ebay and made this single bid and won it.  the knife is a very sharp very handy knife for small jobs, certainly better for a lot of jobs than a paring knife.  a honesuki is traditionally a small boning knife, and this knife really knows its way around a chicken, as well as deboning a pork shoulder roast.  it also excels at prepping veggies and mincing garlic.  the blade seems to be very similar to the shun classic knives, so i can assume it is a fancy stamped knife with a handle that has been welded on.  the only con i can think of is that the handle, while looking very modern and hip,
    feels small, and should be better at fitting smaller hands.

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