Pure Komachi 2 Series 8-Inch Chef's Knife

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  • Brilliant Monochromatic colors make the pure komachi 2 series a real eye-catcher. But all that fun-loving color has a serious purpose too. The color-coding makes it easy to choose the right knife for the job. It also helps guard against cross-contaminating food-for instance, by using the knife you've just used to cut meat on the vegetables. The bold blade colr is achieved by bonding food-safe fda approved resin to high-carbon stainless-steel blades. This non-stick coating resists corrosion, makes cleaning simple, and hlps the knife glide through food with ease. The pure komachi 2 color-matched handles are lightweight and ergonomically contoured for a comfortable, fatique-reducing grip. Incredible sharp and decidedly attention-getting. Pure komachi 2 knives make a delightful addition to any kitchen.
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    Pure Komachi 2 Series 8-Inch Chef's Knife
    Handle is lightweight and ergonomically contoured for a comfortable, fatigue-reducing grip; dishwasher safe
    Pure Komachi 2
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    2.4 inches
    13 inches
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    0.8 inches
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Recent User Reviews

  1. rekonball
    "Best "cheap" knife ever?"
    Purchase Date:
    Nov 15, 2011
    Purchase Price:
    Pros - cost, edge,
    Cons - almost too light ,color, small handle
    I love knives, I own more than 100 cooking knives and other tactical or and or pocket knives. I have many kershaw knives and have always thought they give a good bang for your buck. I do own some shun knives but even though they are very sharp they are not totally comfortable in my hand I guess I'm a rocker not a slicer. I've been in this bussiness for over twenty two years. I have some very high end knive, but for some reason or another I don't like to use them at work because they may sprout leg or usually get thrown in the trash (at least my pairing knives). So I was looking for something inexpensive that I wouldn't cry if It got lost. Once I accidentally left my knife roll at the restuarant and you guessed it they all got stolen that or they were invisible( I never found them), some were never replaced, I had a beautiful old henckels that was carbon steel before they became  popular again. Every time I think of them I cry. So back to the subject, I was kinda skepticle of these knives cause the package weighed more than the knife, but I really am enjoying them for the most part.Even though I've only had them for a week they are the knife that I am reaching for more and more. I don't need to tell you how they cut an onion or how they cut meat, but I will tell you that this knife (for the money) feels ready to go for everything I use.  The best ten bucks I ever spent.


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  1. neptune
    Amazon.com has that butt ugly pink chefs knife for $6.99.
    Its carbon steel with a bonded color finish, BTW.
    I gotta have one!
  2. unevendice
    I own the 8 inch chef, the paring, the utility, slicer and bread knife. I keep them at work, and keep my good knives locked up unless I think I will need one. They are amazing. I recommend them to everyone.
    @ Cpennarim I would have loved to find the chef in blue. I was worried I'd be made fun of at work (I wasnt, thankfully) but I was not too keen on wielding a pink knife. Its bad enough I am one of two women in my kitchen.
    (@ TimK Why? Seriously. Talk about the knives.)
  3. cpennarim
    I have this same knife but in blue, which I affectionately refer to as "Papa Smurf". It is an amazing knife for the price, and being a culinary student and soon to be graduate, I cannot afford big name knives. Believe me, this is a great knife and I would buy many more of them if I could find them. I found Papa Smurf at Ross, and I am glad I did. Also, nobody else has a blue knife so it is easy for me to identify in the commercial kitchen!
  4. timk
    "other tacticle or"
    I'm a cutlery lover, also, with many kitchen knives and many backpacking/camping knives.
    But, I gotta tell ya, it's spelled "tactical".
    And, it's skeptical".
    (In addition to cooking and backpacking, I'm an ex-teacher of English.
  5. luis j
    Agree... It's a cool knife. My mum has it and one day when paying her a visit, I saw it and I tought that it was a toy, I made fun of it. But then I used it to chop an onion and the performance of the "toy" really surprised me, it's also a very comfortable on the hands. Some days later I went back to my mum's place with my sharpening stone 1000/6000 water stone and the knife took a great edge. I never knew the price of it because it was a gift. But a couple of months ago I went to Chicago and I saw it, and the store had 20% off, so, the knives were 8 dollars each one. I took 3 as gifts for the female cooks in my restaurant and to my surprise, all of them enjoy the "girly" knife and use it as the battle horse with good results, now I make fun at them on the "girl power" factor that those pink knives are giving to my team. Looks like the powerpuff girls are working in my kitchen.
    Great value for the money.