Victorinox 47529 Review
A lightweight, stamped santoku knife from Victorinox, this 7-inch knife reduces arm strain with repetitive use. Many chefs like the Victorinox brand for that reason because they spend hours in the kitchen chopping up food. Of course, you may have to adjust to a lighter knife with no bolster. Nevertheless, the blade is extremely sharp and slices through tough foods effortlessly. I felt like a surgeon making precise, razor-thin cuts with this knife. The composite plastic handle feels lightweight, but it’s comfortable to grip and doesn’t slip even when your hands are wet or greasy. Amazingly, this knife is only $25.
Textured handle is slip-resistant even when hands are wet
Conical ground and laser-tested blade is sharp and uniform
Fulfills stringent sanitary standards
Less arm fatigue because of lightweight design
Must be washed by hand
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