J.A. Henckels MIYABI 7000D Gyutoh 8-Inch Knife

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5/5,
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  • MIYABI 7000D Gyutoh: Chefs knife used for cutting meat and preparing large size vegetables.
  • Binding:
    Kitchen
    EAN:
    0035886216863
    Label:
    J. A. Henckels
    List Price:
    $180.00
    Manufacturer:
    J. A. Henckels
    Product Group:
    Kitchen
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_KITCHEN
    Publisher:
    J. A. Henckels
    Studio:
    J. A. Henckels
    Title:
    J.A. Henckels MIYABI 7000D Gyutoh 8-Inch Knife
    Feature:
    Hand wash only; limited lifetime warranty; made in Japan
    UPC:
    035886216863
    Brand:
    Henckels
    Size:
    8-Inch
    MPN:
    34543-203
    Package Quantity:
    1
    Height:
    14.5 inches
    Length:
    3 inches
    Weight:
    0.65 pounds
    Width:
    1 inches
    Material Type:
    Stainless steel
    Material Type Set Element:
    Stainless steel
    Model:
    34543-203

Recent User Reviews

  1. gregree
    "Satisfied"
    5/5,
    Value:
    4/5,
    Performance:
    4/5,
    Handle:
    5/5,
    Blade:
    5/5,
    Purchase Date:
    May 2, 2011
    Purchase Price:
    $139.99
    Pros - Light weight, great handle, very sharp
    Cons - Belly of the knife could be bigger
    Handle: Very comfortable to hold the knife because the design of the handle. It has a tear drop design so it fits in your hand smoothly, and also it is just very attractive, in my opinion.

    Blade: Comes very sharp out of the box, and maintains its sharpness for about a week and a half (based off of heavy usage). My knife came with a knife sharpener that was specially designed for this knife, although, I wouldn't recommend using it unless you've used a knife sharpener like the one provided before. The reason being is because this isn't a cheap knife, and when it came time to sharpening it, I used the sharpener it came with, and I ended up chipping the blade (thank Goodness for the lifetime warranty).

    Performance: Performance wasn't bad. I definitely loved how smooth it was when I first got it, but I didn't enjoy it as much as I would have liked because I just prefer a larger belly of the knife, and this knife doesn't have much belly to it. So unfortunately, I find myself using my $15 knife a lot more often than this knife because of that.

    Overall, though, it's a great knife, I recommend it to anyone looking to buy this knife. It's certainly the most beautiful knife I have ever encountered and am proud to own it. I think it definitely deserves more recognition, but you definitely won't be disappointed with this purchase.

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  1. kennybhoy68
    hi new to this site read review of knife,head chef in scotland i agree henckels are great quality,better i think than global, but the knife i and most of my chefs use is a £15. victrinox,looking after and keeping sharp your knifes should see them prove their worth. so to sum up keep your money, buy practical,a fancy set of knives wont make you any better a chef,but will lighten your pockets