Chef Knives, up to 8"

The classic! When you like that good old rocking action for chopping, dicing and slicing, an 8" chef's knife is for you! 8" is the perfect size for most home users and many professional chefs and culinary students now also prefer an 8" (or a 210mm Japanese version). Unless you REALLY know you want/need the big iron, get one of these first and then later you can add a 240mm (9.5-10") or longer if you find you do need something bigger for leverage with big meats and veggies and such. Most people overestimate their need for a big knife in these days of smaller families and meats already broken down into small cuts at the butcher, so think hard about it...

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  • Chroma Carving Fork, 14.5cm / 5.75"
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    Great looking carving fork... the perfect match for your Chroma set!

    • Retail price: CDN$126.00
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  • Chroma Chef's Knife, 20cm / 8"
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    Chroma Chef's Knife, 20cm / 8". Excellent choice for an all-around chef's knife for home use. Not too long, not too short. Nice traditional blade shape/profile and weight for easy handling.

    • Retail price: CDN$170.00
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  • Misono Molybdenum Chef's Knife (Gyutou), 8.3-inch (210mm) # 512
    • 34% off

    Misono chef's knife shape, for everyday all-around use. Preferred by many serious home and professional cooks. Good heft for serious cutting, but still easy to handle. Top-quality blade and construction in a classic shape -- like a good old German or French professional knife, only better. Super choice for people who want a single all-purpose knife. For right hand use only.

    Excellent value in a high quality chef's knife. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this knife to home users, pro chefs or culinary school students. It's super sharp, very well made, superbly balanced, and easier to maintain than some other Japanese knives which have overly-hard metals. A fantastic choice for the professional chef or serious home user on a budget! You get Japanese-knife performance at a German-knife price. As with all Misono knives, this is for right-hand use only. Misono chef's knife shape, for everyday all-around use. Preferred by many serious home and professional cooks. Good heft for serious cutting, but still easy to handle. Top-quality blade and construction in a classic shape -- like a good old German or French professional knife, only better. Super choice for people who want a single all-purpose knife. In beautiful black and white Japanese gift box. Don't forget to pick up a ceramic honing rod (see below). Even the best knives need regular touch-up maintenance to keep the edge in tip-top shape, and these very fine ceramic hones are perfect for maintaining the nice polished edge on a Misono knife.

    If you want an edge-guard, the Wusthof 10" Wide would be the best fit (see below under Related products).

    • Retail price: CDN$188.00
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  • Misono Swedish Carbon Steel Chef's Knife (Gyutou), 8.3-inch (210mm) - #112
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    Misono chef's knife shape, for everyday all-around use. Classic 8" size for easy handling at home or in professional situations. Preferred by many serious home and professional cooks. Top-quality blade and construction in a classic shape -- like a good old German or French professional knife, only better. Super choice for people who want a single all-purpose knife. In beautiful black and white gift box. Features a beautiful cherry blossom design on the blade. Being carbon steel, this knife will take and keep a razor sharp edge like no stainless steel knife can. It's rare for someone to start using a carbon steel knife and then to go back to stainless... they're THAT good!

    Remember, these are Carbon steel, NOT stainless, so while they can be fantastic performers, the additional care required means they're not for everyone. They WILL stain and take on a patina. Forget about trying to keep them shiny (just like with a carbon steel crepe or omelette pan, or a cast iron skillet), and never leave a carbon steel knife in the sink.

    I use a carbon steel knife at home now everyday and I simply leave the knife on my cutting board as I work, and wash and dry it immediately after I'm done, and return it to the wooden knife block on my kitchen counter (don't store it on a magnetic strip above a humid sink!). If you leave it wet or soaking until after dinner, you risk having the blade react with the water and any acid from the food and so form damaging red rust and it could even pit. If you take basic precautions like this though, you'll LOVE this knife!

    • Retail price: CDN$240.00
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  • Misono UX10 Chef's Knife (Gyutou), 7.1-inch (180mm) - # 711
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    A smaller, easier-handling version of the best-selling and top-rated #712 8.3" version. Fantastic choice for someone looking for something special for themselves or as a gift with a touch of luxury and exclusivity. This is the top-of-the-line Misono knife, and the highest quality knife I sell.

    Classic chef's knife shape, for everyday all-around use. Preferred by many serious home and professional cooks. Good heft for serious cutting, but still easy to handle. Top-quality blade and construction in a classic shape -- like a good old German or French professional knife, only better. Super choice for people who want a single all-purpose knife.

    In beautiful silver and blue gift box.

    Don't forget to pick up a ceramic honing rod (see below). Even the best knives need regular touch-up maintenance to keep the edge in tip-top shape!

    These knife blades are sharpened in the traditional Japanese style: the right side is sharpened more than the left. It's not like Japanese sushi knives which are about 99% on the right, but it's still somewhat evident (compared to European knives which are usually 50/50 symmetrical): Misono states that the ratio is 70% right side to 30% left side. So for example, if you're using a stone or steel/rod, you could use 3 strokes on the left side for every 7 on the right, and the angle on the right side is smaller than the short/steep angle on the left (you can see it just by looking at the edge, so it's not to difficult to figure out when honing or resharpening). The angles are about 10-12 degrees right, 20 degrees left. This results in superior cutting and slicing action, but please note that this means that these knives are meant for RIGHT-HAND USE ONLY.

    • Retail price: CDN$339.00
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  • Misono UX10 Chef's Knife (Gyutou), 8.3-inch (210mm) - # 712
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    One of my all-time favourite 8" chef's knives! Fantastic choice for someone looking for something special for themselves or as a gift with a touch of luxury and exclusivity. This is the top-of-the-line Misono knife, and the highest quality knife I sell. Classic chef's knife shape, for everyday all-around use. Preferred by many serious home and professional cooks. Good heft for serious cutting, but still easy to handle. Top-quality blade and construction in a classic shape -- like a good old German or French professional knife, only better. Super choice for people who want a single all-purpose knife. In beautiful silver and blue gift box. Don't forget to pick up a ceramic honing rod (see below). Even the best knives need regular touch-up maintenance to keep the edge in tip-top shape!

    These knife blades are sharpened in the traditional Japanese style: the right side is sharpened more than the left. It's not like Japanese sushi knives which are about 99% on the right, but it's still somewhat evident (compared to European knives which are usually 50/50 symmetrical): Misono states that the ratio is 70% right side to 30% left side. So for example, if you're using a stone or steel/rod, you could use 3 strokes on the left side for every 7 on the right, and the angle on the right side is smaller than the short/steep angle on the left (you can see it just by looking at the edge, so it's not to difficult to figure out when honing or resharpening). The angles are about 10-12 degrees right, 20 degrees left. This results in superior cutting and slicing action, but please note that this means that these knives are meant for RIGHT-HAND USE ONLY.

    • Retail price: CDN$374.00
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  • Moritaka Deluxe Gyuto Chef's Knife, 210mm (8.3"), Aogami/Blue #2 Carbon Steel, Octagonal Walnut Handle
    • 29% off

    A superb and razor-sharp carbon steel chef's knife, hand-made in the Moritaka family workshop in Japan. Great size for home or professional use. The blade is made of Aogami/Blue #2 carbon steel, with a permanent walnut handle and a stainless steel tang. These blades will quickly and easily take a super sharp edge and HOLD it like no stainless steel knife can. The walnut handle should be longer-lasting than the softer and lighter magnolia wood usually seen on traditional Japanese knives, and the stainless steel tang inside the handle will help prevent the pitting and rusting that can happen inside the handle if moisture gets in. The finish is kuro-uchi (black) with a lacquer coating -- this helps protect the steel and should not be polished off.

    Edge is 50/50 bevel, so it is fine for left or right-handed use, and is easily sharpened with any stone or hone or gadget suitable for Japanese knives.

    I really love these knives -- I'm sure you'll be thrilled and amazed by the quality, good looks, and high performance of these carbon steel blades, and what an amazing value! Comes packed in a nice box.

    For regular everyday maintenance I suggest a fine Idahone ceramic hone (see below)

    Note: The handle colour and finish will vary from dark to light, and imperfections are possible. It is made of natural wood, so this is normal and to be expected.

    Weight of knife: approx 140g

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    IMPORTANT: Moritaka knives are very sharp and high-performance knives. To achieve this, the edges are ground very thin, and the steel is very hard. This results in a knife that is potentially fragile. As such, CHIPS OR CRACKS TO THE EDGE OR TIP ARE NOT COVERED UNDER ANY WARRANTY. It is the nature of such a knife that it is potentially fragile. If you are a beginner, not confident in your knife handling skills, or looking for an all-purpose knife, do NOT purchase this knife. I love my Moritaka and use it almost daily, but I only use it for precision slicing, dicing, and mincing (great for onions, garlic, ginger, boneless meats) as I’ve certainly chipped edges on Japanese knives over the years, so I know it's always a risk. It is important to NOT use a rapid up-down rat-a-tat style chopping motion (where you are smacking the edge down rapidly on the cutting board). While cutting also remember to use good controlled technique -- hard steel will not tolerate "tweaking" (any sideways twisting) and just like any hard material this can result in a chip or crack. You should let the knife do the work, and not lean down and apply pressure to the edge. Cutting surface is also important: only use plastic or maple, NOT bamboo, stone/granite or glass. I also only recommend using these knives with boneless meats and regular veggies (onions, garlic, ginger, etc.) -- never hard/tough materials like root vegetables (turnips, etc.) and certainly nothing where you'd hit a bone.

    Finally, since they are made of carbon steel, do NOT try to keep the knife shiny. Think of it like a carbon steel crepe pan or a cast iron pan, which both benefit from a "seasoned" finish which will develop a natural yellowish discoloured patina. This is normal and will help protect the carbon steel from rusting. Do not leave these knives in a sink or sitting in water. After use, wash with warm soapy water, dry well, and store in a wooden knife block (do not store in a drawer or on a magnetic knife holder). So in conclusion, yes, this is a high-performance knife, but as with any high-performance tool or machine, this means it requires extra care and skill. A Ferrari will require MORE care, skill and maintenance than a Toyota Corolla, not less.

    • Retail price: CDN$212.00
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  • Moritaka Supreme Gyuto Chef's Knife, 210mm (8.3"), Aogami/Blue Super Carbon Steel, Octagonal Walnut Handle
    • 29% off
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    Moritaka Supreme Gyuto Chef's Knife, 210mm (8.3"), Aogami/Blue Super Carbon Steel, Octagonal Walnut Handle

    A superb and razor-sharp carbon steel chef's knife (Gyuto), hand-made in the Moritaka family workshop in Japan. This is a perfect size for home users or for chefs who are used to using an 8" chef's knife. I use this knife at home now and I am constantly amazed by the incredibly sharp and long-lasting edge (and it's so easy to get sharp again with a few swipes of my fine Idahone ceramic hone!). It's amazing for those fine slicing/dicing/mincing jobs, and I love using it to create thin fillets of boneless chicken breasts for the BBQ for example (it does this MUCH better than any of my stainless steel knives). It's also great for mincing garlic, ginger, onions, etc. I try to maintain a nice rocking/slicing motion and avoid anything that could damage the hard and thin/sharp edge (no vertical whack-whack chopping style, no bones or tough root veggies, etc.). Over time it takes on a nice patina just like a carbon steel crepe pan or a cast-iron pan for example, so don't try to scrub it all the time to keep it shiny -- carbon steel knives are not supposed to stay shiny!

    Blade is made of Aogami/Blue Super carbon steel, with a permanent octagonal walnut handle and a stainless steel tang. These blades should take a super sharp edge and the added toughness of the Blue Super steel should help with edge strength and resistance. The handle should be longer-lasting than the softer and lighter magnolia wood usually seen on traditional Japanese knives, and the stainless steel tang inside the handle means that any moisture will not be as likely to prematurely pit or damage to the knife. The finish is kuro-uchi (black) with a lacquer coating -- this helps protect the steel and should not be polished off. Edge is 50/50 bevel, so it is fine for left or right-handed use, and is easily sharpened with any stone or hone or gadget suitable for Japanese knives. For regular everyday maintenance I suggest the fine ceramic Idahone hone (see below).

    Approx. weight: 156 grams.

    I really love these knives -- I'm sure you'll be thrilled and amazed by the quality, good looks, and high performance of these carbon steel blades! Comes packed in a nice cobalt-blue box.

    IMPORTANT: Moritaka knives are very sharp and high-performance knives. To achieve this, the edges are ground very thin, and the steel is very hard. This results in a knife that is potentially fragile. As such, CHIPS OR CRACKS TO THE EDGE OR TIP ARE NOT COVERED UNDER ANY WARRANTY. It is the nature of such a knife that it is potentially fragile. If you are a beginner, not confident in your knife handling skills, or looking for an all-purpose knife, do NOT purchase this knife. I love my Moritaka and use it almost daily, but I only use it for precision slicing, dicing, and mincing (great for onions, garlic, ginger, boneless meats) as I’ve certainly chipped edges on other high-performance Japanese knives over the years, so I know it's always a risk. It is important to NOT use a rapid up-down rat-a-tat style chopping motion (where you are smacking the edge down rapidly on the cutting board). While cutting also remember to use good controlled technique -- hard steel will not tolerate "tweaking" (any sideways twisting) and just like any hard material this can result in a chip or crack. You should let the knife do the work, and not lean down and apply pressure to the edge. Cutting surface is also important: only use plastic or maple, NOT bamboo, stone/granite or glass. I also only recommend using these knives with boneless meats and regular veggies (onions, garlic, ginger, etc.) -- never hard/tough materials like root vegetables (turnips, etc.) and certainly nothing where you'd hit a bone. Finally, since they are made of carbon steel, do NOT try to keep the knife shiny. Think of it like a carbon steel crepe pan or a cast iron pan, which both benefit from a "seasoned" finish which will develop a natural yellowish discoloured patina. This is normal and will help protect the carbon steel from rusting. Do not leave these knives in a sink or sitting in water. After use, wash with warm soapy water, dry well, and store in a wooden knife block (do not store in a drawer or on a magnetic knife holder). So in conclusion, yes, this is a high-performance knife, but as with any high-performance tool or machine, this means it requires extra care and skill. A Ferrari will require MORE care, skill and maintenance than a Toyota Corolla, not less.

    • Retail price: CDN$280.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki 33-Layer Damascus Chef's Knife, 180mm / 7"
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    A beautiful and high performance chef's knife at a great price! This size is just right for most home users who prefer a smaller chef knife. A Japanese knife performs so well that it really doesn't feel "small" at all.

    • Retail price: CDN$219.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki 33-Layer Damascus Chef's Knife, 210mm / 8.3"
    • 32% off

    A beautiful and high performance chef's knife at a great price! This size is just right for most home users, and even many pro users now prefer a knife of this size instead of the old-school 10". A Japanese knife performs so well that it really doesn't feel "small" at all. These knives really are very sharp, with excellent construction quality and they just look spectacular with the layered steel, hammered finish and gorgeous wood-grain handle (NOT plastic or molded like so many low-cost knives you'll see in stores). The handle is made of Spanish mahogany pakkawood, which has that nice wooden feel and look, but it is impregnated with resin/epoxy so it's very strong and is very water resistant to avoid absorbing water or warping or cracking -- an excellent material!

    If you like the damascus layered steel look but don't like the artificially high prices by domestic knives and kitchen stores, this is a truly excellent choice. You get a super sharp and long-lasting VG-10 steel cutting core (this is a very hard steel and high quality knife steel, with a Rockwell hardness of approximately 60), with a 33-layer hammered stainless steel surface and a beautifully finished handle. This makes an excellent choice as an all-around knife. Approx. weight: 192g

    We recommend the Idahone fine ceramic hone (see below) for regular/daily maintenance of the edge. As with any knife, use the hone regularly and you'll keep the edge in good shape for a LONG time before you need to think about doing any serious "re-sharpening" or real grinding and refinishing of the edge.

    NOTE: This knife is sharpened 50/50 (equally on the right and left side), so it's easy to maintain and fine for right or left hand use. If you look carefully at the edge, you'll see a slight right-side bias, this is just because the final edge is so tiny and because of the way they finish the edge; it has NO bearing on right- or left-hand use, sharpening or maintenance and can be ignored, so you should treat the edge just like any standard 50/50 edge. 

    • Retail price: CDN$219.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki 33-Layer Damascus Chef's Knife, Zelkova Handle, 210mm / 8.3"
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    A beautiful and high performance chef's knife at a great price! This size is just right for most home users, and even many pro users now prefer a knife of this size instead of the old-school 10". A Japanese knife performs so well that it really doesn't feel "small" at all. These knives really are very sharp, with excellent construction quality and they just look spectacular with the layered steel, hammered finish and gorgeous Zelkova (a species of elm) wooden handle. The wooden handle feels great in your hand and makes for a very light knife for easy and comfortable handling.

    If you like the damascus layered steel look but don't like the artificially high prices by domestic knives and kitchen stores, this is a truly excellent choice. You get a super sharp and long-lasting VG-10 steel cutting core (this is a very hard steel and high quality knife steel, with a Rockwell hardness of approximately 60), with a 33-layer hammered stainless steel surface and a beautifully finished handle. This makes an excellent choice as an all-around knife.

    Approx. weight: 145g

    I'd recommend the fine ceramic hone (see below) for regular/daily maintenance of the edge. As with any knife, use the hone regularly and you'll keep the edge in good shape for a LONG time before you need to think about doing any serious "re-sharpening" or real grinding and refinishing of the edge.

    NOTE: This knife is sharpened 50/50 (equally on the right and left side), so it's easy to maintain and fine for right or left hand use. If you look carefully at the edge, you'll see a slight right-side bias, this is just because the final edge is so tiny and because of the way they finish the edge; it has NO bearing on right- or left-hand use, sharpening or maintenance and can be ignored, so you should treat the edge just like any standard 50/50 edge. 

    • Retail price: CDN$238.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki 45-Layer Damascus Chef's Knife, 210mm / 8.3", Walnut Handle
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    A beautiful and high performance knife at a great price! You get a super sharp and long-lasting high-end Swedish Steel steel cutting core, with a unique 45-layer hammered steel surface and a beautifully finished natural wood handle. An excellent choice as an all-around knife.

    This knife is probably one of the best values available in a high performance and beautiful Japanese chef knife. You get a traditional Japanese knife handle, but attached to a useful and rugged (stainless steel) chef's knife blade. A very unique and useful combination of good looks, high-tech steels, the versatile chef's knife (gyutou) shape, and a traditional Japanese knife handle.

    The handle is a new walnut wood version, and the ferrule is made of pakkawood (compressed wood fibre) so it looks great, has excellent fit, and will be more durable and less prone to cracking compared to horn material. 

    The handle keeps the overall weight of the knife low, and being made of real wood it won't be as stain-resistant and waterproof as models with pakkawood or plastic handles. The handles are still strong and comfortable, but you'll need to treat this style with respect and keep it clean and dry (NO leaving it in a sink!!)... it won't handle abuse like the plastic handles will, and the wood will discolour and take on a nice patina over time which is part of the charm of these handles -- don't expect them to stay pristine (like a favourite guitar or baseball batt/mitt, it's normal and valued!)

    This knife is very sharp, with a long-lasting Swedish steel cutting core (this is a very hard steel, with a Rockwell hardness of approximately 60), with a unique 45-layer hammered stainless steel surface and that beautiful traditional Japanese handle style. This makes an excellent choice as an all-around knife. This is really an excellent knife, especially for the money. Highly recommended.

    Comes in a beautiful gift box (pictured).

    I'd recommend the fine ceramic hone (see below) for regular/daily maintenance of the edge. As with any knife, use the hone regularly and you'll keep the edge in good shape for a LONG time before you need to think about doing any serious "re-sharpening" or real grinding and refinishing of the edge. NOTE: This knife is sharpened 50/50 (equally on the right and left side), so it's easy to maintain and fine for right or left hand use. If you look carefully at the edge, you might see a slight right-side bias, this is just because the final edge is so tiny and because of the way they finish the edge; it has NO bearing on right- or left-hand use, sharpening or maintenance and can be ignored, so you should treat the edge just like any standard 50/50 edge. Overall knife weight: approx. 135g

    • Retail price: CDN$211.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki 63-layer Damascus Chef's Knife, 180mm / 7.1"
    • 33% off
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    An absolutely beautiful 63-layer damascus steel, over a special hard alloy blade core (HRC 60), for superb performance, sharpness, and spectacular good looks. This 7.1" length is perfect for home or pro use when you want a small chef's knife or a knife in a santoku length but with a standard chef's knife shape. The handle has a great size and very angular profile, for excellent comfort and control. The handle is also very nicely polished and finished in a semi-transluscent blue/black, complementing the overall great looks of this very special knife. And yes, it has an AMAZING factory edge that is spectacularly sharp.

    NOTE: This knife is sharpened in the traditional Japanese style, that is, almost entirely on the right side, which means it's not really suitable for left-handed use. And when you maintain it, you should concentrate your sharpening and honing efforts on the right side of the blade. 

    • Retail price: CDN$364.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki 63-layer Damascus Chef's Knife, 210mm / 8.3"
    • 34% off
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    An absolutely beautiful 63-layer damascus steel, over a special hard alloy blade core, for superb performance, sharpness, and spectacular good looks. This 8.3" length is perfect for home or pro use, and the handle has a great size and very angular profile, for excellent comfort and control. The handle is also very nicely polished and finished in a semi-transluscent blue/black, complementing the overall great looks of this very special knife.

    NOTE: This knife is sharpened mostly on the right side, which means it's not really suitable for left-handed use. And when you maintain it, you should concentrate your sharpening and honing efforts on the right side of the blade

    • Retail price: CDN$412.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki Aonikou Blue Carbon Steel Chef Knife, 200mm (7.9")
    • 30% off

    Sakai Takayuki Aonikou Blue Carbon Steel Gyutou (Chef Knife), 200mm (7.9")

    If you already have a good stainless steel santoku or chef's knife but have been curious about a real "carbon steel" knife, this is a great option! It's a superb example of a knife made with a high end carbon steel, so it is VERY sharp, it keeps this sharp edge a long time, and it resharpens more easily than most stainless steels. The handle and blade are beautiful, well made, and expertly finished, with excellent overall fit and finish.

    An excellent knife you're sure to fall in love with if you've only ever used stainless steel knives! This high-performance knife features a hammered stain-resistant steel clad over a hard Hitachi Yasugi-works Blue steel cutting core, for excellent sharpness and edge life. The handle is made of beautiful and comfortable sculpted pakkawood for a true wood-like feel and look, but more sealed and moisture resistant.

    But remember, this is a high carbon steel knife, NOT stainless, which means you need to use a bit extra care to keep it dry and stored in a dry place to keep it from rusting. Wash by hand, wipe, dry and store after use. It will also stain and discolour somewhat (like a lodge pan or carbon steel crepe pan for example) -- this is normal, so forget about trying to keep a carbon steel knife super shiny. This knife is sharpened 50/50 and so is fine for right or left handed use. It may appear to have a slight right-side bias, but it's not enough to pose any sort of problem for left-handed use, and can be easily re-profiled by simply doing more honing on the left side when performing normal regular edge maintenance. I recommend the fine ceramic hone listed below under "related products" for regular everyday maintenance. Comes in a beautiful Japanese gift box.

    • Retail price: CDN$255.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki Aonikou Blue-2 Carbon Steel Chef's Knife/Gyutou, 210mm (8.3")
    • 31% off

    Sakai Takayuki Aonikou Blue-2 Carbon Steel Chef's Knife/Gyutou, 210mm (8.3") If you already have a good stainless steel santoku or chef's knife but have been curious about a real "carbon steel" knife, this is for you! It's a superb example of a knife made with a high end carbon steel, so it is VERY sharp, it keeps this sharp edge a long time, and it resharpens more easily than most stainless steels. The handle and blade are beautiful, well made, and expertly finished, with excellent overall fit and finish. A GREAT knife. But remember, this is a high carbon steel knife, NOT stainless, which means you need to keep it dry and stored in a dry place to keep it from rusting. Wash by hand, wipe, dry and store after use. It is made from the high-end Hitachi Yasugi-works Blue-2 steel which is a very pure high carbon steel with added chromium and tungsten for increased toughness and durability (making it somewhat less fragile than the "white" steels for example). This steel is also called Aogami or Ao-Ko II in Japanese. Hardness is at least HRC 60.

    This knife is sharpened mostly on the right hand side and so is not suitable for left-hand use. I recommend the Idahone fine ceramic hone listed below for regular everyday maintenance. Comes in a beautiful Japanese box.

    • Retail price: CDN$285.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki Grand Chef Chef's Knife, 210mm / 8.25"
    • 34% off
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    I really like these knives because the blade quality is just superb. You get a standard chef knife size and shape made of very hard (HRC around 60) high-end Uddeholm Swedish steel, and the edge is precision ground and finished so it's crazy sharp. The handle is just the right size for the blade and the fit and finish are excellent, making this a fantastic value for someone looking for a quality Japanese made knife with high quality steel. 

    If you've been thinking of a Misono UX10 for example but were turned off by the high price, this is a fantastic option, since in my opinion you get a blade made of the same steel, but I think the edge is actually sharper, and it comes with a more affordable and rugged ABS handle (similar to the handle on a Wusthof Classic knife for example).

    This is a super-sharp and high quality knife that will be sure to offer years of pleasure in the kitchen.

    Comes in a nice box.

    I'd recommend the fine ceramic hone (see below) for regular/daily maintenance of the edge. As with any knife, use the hone regularly and you'll keep the edge in good shape for a LONG time before you need to think about doing any serious "re-sharpening" or real grinding and refinishing of the edge.

    NOTE: This knife is sharpened mostly on the right side, which means it's not really suitable for left-handed use. And when you maintain it, you should concentrate your sharpening and honing efforts on the right side of the blade. Of course if you sharpen both sides you're free to change the edge to a more symmetrical bevel, or even to a left-handed bevel.

    • Retail price: CDN$235.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki Grand Chef SP Chef's Knife, 210mm / 8.25"
    • 34% off
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    An excellent choice as the main all-around knife for home or professional use. This size just feels great and balanced and easy to hold and handle. It's the idea size for home use, and many pros are now using 8" knives too, so it's not out of the question for a working chef or culinary school student. The handle is just the right size for the blade and the fit and finish are excellent, making this a fantastic value for someone looking for a quality Japanese made knife with high quality steel and those cool square dimples (granton edge) which help reduce resistance, allowing you to get extra thin slices.

    Made AEB-L, a hard (Rockwell HRC of at least 60) and long lasting special alloy stainless steel from Uddeholm Sweden. This is the same steel as used on the Misono UX10, and in my opinion the Sakai Takayuki factory edge is even sharpener than the Misono UX10, so if you're looking for superb performance but at a more affordable price, this is a great choice!

    This is a super-sharp knife that will be sure to offer years of pleasure in the kitchen.

    Note: dimples are only on the one (front) side.
    Approx. weight: approx. 179g Comes in a very nice box.
    I'd recommend the Idahone fine ceramic hone (see below) for regular/daily maintenance of the edge. As with any knife, use the hone regularly and you'll keep the edge in good shape for a LONG time.
    NOTE: This knife is sharpened mostly on the right side, which means it's not really suitable for left-handed use.

    • Retail price: CDN$273.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki Inox Chef's Knife, 210mm / 8.25"
    • 31% off

    An excellent choice for home or professional use. This size just feels great and balanced and easy to hold and handle. It's the ideal size for home use, and many pros are now using 8" knives too, so it's not out of the question for a working chef or culinary school student. The handle is just the right size for the blade and the fit and finish are excellent, making this a fantastic value for someone looking for a quality Japanese made knife with high quality and yet easy-to-maintain molybdenum steel.

    • Retail price: CDN$202.00
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  • Sakai Takayuki Inox Chef's Knife, 210mm / 8.25", B-STOCK
    • 38% off
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    NOTE: The tip on this knife is slightly mal-formed (see the detail photo). It's not quite perfectly pointed. For most people it's not going to be an issue, and it's something that can certainly be fixed quickly and easily if you're handy with sharpening stones, so it's not a huge deal, but it's just something we noticed during our inspection (it's still brand-new, never used). So here's your chance to save even more on a nice Japanese knife!

    An excellent choice for home or professional use. This size just feels great and balanced and easy to hold and handle. It's the ideal size for home use, and many pros are now using 8" knives too, so it's not out of the question for a working chef or culinary school student. The handle is just the right size for the blade and the fit and finish are excellent, making this a fantastic value for someone looking for a quality Japanese made knife with high quality and yet easy-to-maintain molybdenum steel. This is a super-sharp knife that will be sure to offer years of pleasure in the kitchen. Comes in a beautiful gift box. I'd recommend the fine ceramic hone (see below) for regular/daily maintenance of the edge. As with any knife, use the hone regularly and you'll keep the edge in good shape for a LONG time before you need to think about doing any serious "re-sharpening" or real grinding and refinishing of the edge.

    NOTE: This knife is sharpened in a Japanese style, that is, mostly on the right side, which means it's not really suitable for left-handed use. And when you maintain it, you should concentrate your sharpening and honing efforts on the right side of the blade.

    • Retail price: CDN$202.00
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  • Victorinox 5" Swiss Army Fibrox Chef’s Knife
    • 26% off

    A small "mini" chef's knife -- super handy for those small tasks where you want something more than a paring or utility knife, with more of the feel of a real chef knife. Don't be fooled by its size, the 5" Fibrox Chef's Knife by Victorinox Swiss Army is just as strong, versatile, and essential to the kitchen as any larger knife. The high-carbon stainless steel blade allows it to perform a number of tasks without compromising its sharpness. YES, this is the knife series that is so highly recommended by Cook's Illustrated magazine! A heavy-duty, affordable, and high performance knife. At the price, it's really hard to go wrong! Makes a great starter knife for a student moving away from home, or for a culinary school student who needs something rugged and affordable. Slip Resistant Fibrox Handle. Wash by hand, dishwasher not recommended. 

    • Retail price: CDN$35.00
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  • Victorinox 6" Swiss Army Fibrox Chef’s Knife
    • 29% off

    No doubts about it, the 6-inch Fibrox Chef's Knife is one of the most useful kitchen knives. Whether you're preparing one course or six, it's a high-quality versatile must-have for every serious cook. Most cooks find themselves using this knife for more tasks around the kitchen than any other.

    Don't be fooled by its size, the 6" Fibrox Chef's Knife by Victorinox Swiss Army is just as strong, versatile, and essential to the kitchen as any larger knife. The high-carbon stainless steel blade allows it to perform a number of tasks without compromising its sharpness. YES, this is the knife series that is so highly recommended by Cook's Illustrated magazine! A heavy-duty, affordable, and high performance knife. At the price, it's really hard to go wrong! Makes a great starter knife for a student moving away from home, or for a culinary school student who needs something rugged and affordable. Slip Resistant Fibrox Handle. Wash by hand, dishwasher not recommended.

    • Retail price: CDN$42.00
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  • Victorinox 8" Swiss Army Fibrox Chef's Knife - 40520, 47520
    • 36% off
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    No doubts about it, the 8-inch Fibrox Chef's Knife is one of the most useful kitchen knives. Whether you're preparing one course or six, it's a high-quality versatile must-have for every serious cook. Most cooks find themselves using this knife for more tasks around the kitchen than any other.

    And YES, this is the knife that is so popular due to the Cook's Illustrated recommendations!

    • Retail price: CDN$66.00
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  • Victorinox 8" Swiss Army Rosewood Chef’s Knife - 40020
    • 36% off
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    The 8-inch Rosewood Chef's Knife is a great choice for someone looking for a great all-purpose knife for home or professional use. This is truly a heavy-duty, affordable, and high performance knife. At the price, it's really hard to go wrong! Also perfect for culinary school students who need something rugged and affordable. Same highly-rated blade as on the Fibrox series, but with a nicer looking and yet still durable rosewood handle.

    Victorinox # 5.2060.20RUS3 / 47020 / 40020

    • Retail price: CDN$79.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 4.5-inch (12 cm) - 4582-12
    • 39% off
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    Yes, it's a real chef's knife profile and design, but in a mini package! This is a really cool knife, and also actually really useful, since you can use it pretty much like a cross between a larger santoku or chef's knife and a smaller paring or utility knife, for lots of quick paring, chopping, and slicing jobs... pretty much whenever you'd normally reach for an longer knife but don't want to bother or don't have the space (or you're working on something small and want better control).

    A really fun and eye-catching addition to any home or pro knife collection and unique gift idea. Precision forged from a single blank of steel with bolster and full tang. Full bolster/finger guard for safety and protection. A beautiful tool featuring the Classic comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. German forged steel of course.

    • Retail price: CDN$120.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 5.5-inch (14 cm)
    • 30% off

    The famous and really superb Wusthof Cook's/Chef's knife, but in a nifty 5.5" length, ideal as a small chopper or utility knife. Another addition to the site due to multiple requests from customers looking for something unique and easy-handling for the home kitchen. What can I say, it really is a nice knife! Same features as the rest of the 4582 Wusthof Cook's knife lineup.

    • Retail price: CDN$125.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 6-inch (16 cm), Extra Wide/Heavy - 4584-16
    • 47% off
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    The Wusthof Classic Wide (thicker blade too) Chef's Knife, 16 cm (6"), is a real old-school version of the standard 6" chef knife in that the blade is very thick and heavier than usual, so it's good if you want something with some heft and is that is even more heavy duty than your standard chef knife for those times when you just need that extra leverage! A cool and fun addition to any serious kitchen, and in a very handy size so it's not too cumbersome.

    • Retail price: CDN$185.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 6.3-inch (16 cm) - 4582-16
    • 42% off
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    The famous and really superb Wusthof Cook's/Chef's knife, but in a versatile and comfortable 6.3" length. This is the "mama bear" of chef's knives -- not too big, not too small, but just right as something between your full-size chef's knife and a paring or utility knife. The extra depth makes this more versatile for chopping than a utility knife shape. A very popular knife that I just added to the site due to popular demand. Same features as the rest of the 4582 Wusthof Cook's knife lineup.

    • Retail price: CDN$155.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 7-inch (18 cm) - 4582-18
    • 30% off

    If you like the size of a santoku (slightly shorter than the traditional 8" chef's knife) but prefer the shape of the traditional chef's knife, this is for you. Same superb construction, quality and sharpness as the rest of the fully forged and full-tang Wusthof Classic line. Very comfortable and ergonomic and tough handle. A great choice as an all-around home knife for everyday use!

    • Retail price: CDN$170.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm) - 4582-20
    • 30% off

    The Wusthof Classic Chef's Knife, 20 cm (8"), is a great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for small spaces or smaller hands. Precision forged from a single blank of steel with bolster and full tang.

    • Retail price: CDN$199.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm), Extra Wide/Heavy
    • 30% off

    The Wusthof Classic Wide (thicker blade too) Chef's Knife, 20 cm (8"), is a great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for small spaces or smaller hands, and the extra-wide blade gives this model a great "old world" feel, balance and additional heft. A great choice if you like the heft of an older-style knife but want to take advantage of the modern steel and longer-lasting and hygienic construction now available here. Precision forged from a single blank of steel with bolster and full tang. Full bolster/finger guard for safety and protection. Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with this perfectly balanced tool featuring a comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. German forged steel quality for a lifetime of use! Weight: approx. 300g (that's about 40g heavier than the regular #4582-20 8" chef knife) Blade thickness at top, above heel of blade: approx. 5mm (vs. approx. 3.5mm for regular #4582-20 8" chef knife). The blade is also a bit deeper: about 55mm deep at the heel, vs. about 47mm deep for the regular #4582-20.

    • Retail price: CDN$225.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm), Granton Edge - 4572-20
    • 30% off

    The Wusthof Classic Chef's Knife, 20 cm (8") with new Granton edge, is a great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for small spaces or smaller hands. the "granton" edge (scalloped hollows) on the blade help prevent items like potatoes from sticking to the blade, allowing paper-thin slicing. Precision forged from a single blank of steel with bolster and full tang. Full bolster/finger guard for safety and protection. Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with this perfectly balanced tool featuring a comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. German forged steel quality for a lifetime of use!

    Note: in case you're wondering, yes, the divots (hollows) are on both sides of the blade.

    • Retail price: CDN$210.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, Half Bolster, 6-inch (16 cm) - 4581-7/16
    • 30% off

    An excellent variation on the standard Classic cook's knife: the bolster ("finger guard") has been removed, making the knife lighter, easier to handle, and more in keeping with the modern trends of Japanese and other such knives. Without the finger guard, the edge of the knife is perfect right to the heel of the blade, which also makes it a bit easier to sharpen and hone, and it doesn't get in the way at all when you need to use the full length of the blade. Unless you're in love with the idea of the traditional bolster, definitely consider this more modern design!

    Highlights:

    • The cook's knife is the most important tool in the kitchen.
    • The wide, curved blade is ideal for cutting, slicing, dicing and carving.
    • The reduced bolster shape (half bolster) and thinner edge of the blade reduce the weight of the knife.
    • The reduced weight ensures fatigue-free, precise work, whilst the special bolster shape makes it possible to use and sharpen the entire blade.
    • Forged from a single piece of chromium-molybdenum-vanadium blade steel (X50 Cr MoV 15).
    • The ergonomically shaped handles – feature three durable rivets.
    • Note: Cook’s knives may be very robust, but they are sharpened to a particularly thin edge. They should on no account be used for chopping through bones, but only for slicing.

     

    • Retail price: CDN$155.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, Half Bolster, 8-inch (20 cm) - 4581-20
    • 37% off
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    An excellent variation on the standard Classic cook's knife: the bolster ("finger guard") has been removed, making the knife lighter, easier to handle, and more in keeping with the modern trends of Japanese and other such knives. Without the finger guard, the edge of the knife is perfect right to the heel of the blade, which also makes it a bit easier to sharpen and hone, and it doesn't get in the way at all when you need to use the full length of the blade. Unless you're in love with the idea of the traditional bolster, definitely consider this more modern design!

    The most essential of all knives used in the kitchen, for slicing, mincing, dicing of all kind of food. Perfectly balanced, an extension of your hand. 20 cm (8") is the usual standard length for home or professional use, or where something more substantial than a santoku size is desired. 

    Highlights:

    • The cook's knife is the most important tool in the kitchen.
    • The wide, curved blade is ideal for cutting, slicing, dicing and carving.
    • The reduced bolster shape (half bolster) and thinner edge of the blade reduce the weight of the knife.
    • The reduced weight ensures fatigue-free, precise work, whilst the special bolster shape makes it possible to use and sharpen the entire blade.
    • Forged from a single piece of chromium-molybdenum-vanadium blade steel (X50 Cr MoV 15).
    • The ergonomically shaped handles – feature three durable rivets.
    • Note: Cook’s knives may be very robust, but they are sharpened to a particularly thin edge. They should on no account be used for chopping through bones, but only for slicing.
    • Retail price: CDN$199.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Knife, Half Bolster, 9-inch (23 cm) - 4581-23
    • 30% off

    An excellent variation on the standard Classic cook's knife: the bolster ("finger guard") has been removed, making the knife lighter, easier to handle, and more in keeping with the modern trends of Japanese and other such knives. Without the finger guard, the edge of the knife is perfect right to the heel of the blade, which also makes it a bit easier to sharpen and hone, and it doesn't get in the way at all when you need to use the full length of the blade. Unless you're in love with the idea of the traditional bolster, definitely consider this more modern design!

    The most essential of all knives used in the kitchen, for slicing, mincing, dicing of all kind of food. Perfectly balanced, an extension of your hand. 23 cm (9") is a great size if you already have a santoku or smaller chef knife and feel that you could use something more substantial. 

    Highlights:

    • The cook's knife is the most important tool in the kitchen.
    • The wide, curved blade is ideal for cutting, slicing, dicing and carving.
    • The reduced bolster shape (half bolster) and thinner edge of the blade reduce the weight of the knife.
    • The reduced weight ensures fatigue-free, precise work, whilst the special bolster shape makes it possible to use and sharpen the entire blade.
    • Forged from a single piece of chromium-molybdenum-vanadium blade steel (X50 Cr MoV 15).
    • The ergonomically shaped handles – feature three durable rivets.
    • Note: Cook’s knives may be very robust, but they are sharpened to a particularly thin edge. They should on no account be used for chopping through bones, but only for slicing.
    • Retail price: CDN$215.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Cook's Set, 2-piece - 9755
    • 36% off
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    Includes the industry standard model 4582-20 Classic 8" Cook's Knife, and the model 4066-9 3.5" best-selling spear-point paring knife (my favourite). Makes a superb gift or starter set! Comes in an attractive clear-top box, great for gift-giving.

    • Retail price: CDN$289.00
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  • Wusthof Classic IKON 2-piece Knife Set, Chef Knife and Paring Knife - 9606
    • 40% off
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    Includes two timeless classics of the kitchen in the superb new Classic IKON style: 4596 20cm/8" Chef's Knife; 4086 9cm/3.5" Paring Knife. With these two knives you've got the makings of a perfect home or professional knife kit that is perfect for everyday use. Also makes a really great gift: comes all packed and sealed in a nice clear-top box.

    • Retail price: CDN$344.00
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  • Wusthof Classic IKON 3-piece Knife Set - 9601
    • 43% off
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    Includes three timeless classics of the kitchen in the superb new Classic IKON style: 4596 20cm/8" Chef's Knife; 4506 20cm/8" Carving Knife; 4086 9cm/3.5" Paring Knife. With these three knives you've got the makings of a perfect home or professional knife kit that is perfect for everyday use (the chef's knife and paring knife) and for serving and special occasions (the carving knife). Also makes a really great gift: comes all packed and sealed in a nice clear-top box. Features the popular new blade style without bolster, for ease of sharpening, full-blade length performance, and lighter weight. The handle is super-comfortable and made of the same excellent material that the Classic line is made of so it's comfortable and offers good grip even when wet, and it's polished so it looks beautiful and natural at the same time. The metal cap and overall shape also lends true elegance to the shape, and it's incredibly comfortable, no matter what kind of grip you prefer to use (pro-style "pinch grip" or standard grip on the handle). Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with these perfectly balanced tools featuring a comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. A great choice for a top-quality home or pro-grade kit! German forged steel quality for a lifetime of use.

    • Retail price: CDN$539.00
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  • Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, 6-inch (16cm) - 4596-16
    • 43% off
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    The Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, 16 cm (6.3"), is a great all-around small kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 6-inch length is great for someone who prepares mostly smaller items or who just feels more comfortable with a smaller knife but still wants that traditional European chef's knife shape. Precision forged from a single blank of steel with full tang. Features the popular new blade style without bolster, for ease of sharpening, full-blade length performance, and lighter weight.

    Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with this perfectly balanced tool featuring a comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. German forged steel quality for a lifetime of use.

    • Retail price: CDN$190.00
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  • Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, 7-inch (18cm)
    • 30% off

    The Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, 18 cm (7"), is a great all-around small kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 7-inch length is great for someone who prepares mostly smaller items or who just feels more comfortable with a smaller knife but still wants that traditional European chef's knife shape.

    • Retail price: CDN$205.00
    • Price: CDN$143.95
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  • Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, 8-inch (20cm) 4596-20
    • 30% off

    This is a superb chef knife -- highly recommended for home or professional use. Sharp, well-made, great looking, rugged, and with a super comfortable handle. You will get MANY years of happy cooking out of this knife!

    The Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, 20 cm (8"), is a great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for most of today's cooking styles. Precision forged from a single blank of steel with full tang. Features the popular new blade style without bolster, for ease of sharpening, full-blade length performance, and lighter weight. Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with this perfectly balanced tool featuring a comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. German forged steel quality for a lifetime of use.

    • Retail price: CDN$220.00
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  • Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, 8-inch (20cm), Creme
    • 30% off

    The Wusthof Classic IKON Chef's Knife, with "Creme" coloured handle, 20 cm (8"), is a great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for most of today's cooking styles. Precision forged from a single blank of steel with full tang. Features the popular new blade style without bolster, for ease of sharpening, full-blade length performance, and lighter weight. Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with this perfectly balanced tool featuring a comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. German forged steel quality for a lifetime of use.

    • Retail price: CDN$220.00
    • Price: CDN$153.95
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  • Wusthof Classic Knife Set, 3-piece
    • 30% off

    Includes the popular and industry-standard model 4582-20 Classic 8" Chef Knife, the model 4066-9 3.5" paring knife, and the model 4149 8" serrated bread knife. Makes an amazing gift or starter set! Comes packed in an attractive box, great for gift-giving.

    • Retail price: CDN$444.00
    • Price: CDN$309.95
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  • Wusthof Classic Knife Set, 3-piece - 9608
    • 45% off
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    A great starter set at an amazing price! Makes a super gift.

    Features:

    • A perfect start for the ambitious hobby cook.
    • Cook's knife: No kitchen should be without this manual food processor. It is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. Slicing, mincing, dicing of all kind of food. Perfectly balanced, an extension of your hand.
    • Sandwich knife: Perfect for the larger cuts of meat, fruit and vegetable.
    • Utility knife: The most versatile of all parers: for mincing shallots, onions and herbs as well as cleaning and cutting vegetables.
    • Precision forged from a single blank of steel with bolster and full tang.
    • Ergonomic handle design developed in consultation with professional chefs.
    • 3 piece set.

    Contents:

    • Retail price: CDN$419.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Nakiri, 6.7-inch (17 cm), Granton Edge
    • 39% off
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    This would be a GREAT companion to a Wusthof santoku or chef's knife! It's like the Classic santoku in terms of handle and blade size, but the edge is straighter and the whole blade is more rectangular, making it great for dicing veggies. If you like doing stir-frys, you should love this knife! Note that this is NOT a cleaver -- it is thin and sharp, and so should be treated like any fine knife, and should NOT be used on bones or other such hard materials which can damage and very thin and sharp edge.

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    - Forged from one piece of specially tempered high carbon steel to ensure outstanding strength.
    - High impact resistant black handle made of synthetic material.
    - Wide, thin blade.
    - Very sharp.
    - Made in Solingen / Germany.

    The blade shape finds its origin in Japan. A versatile vegetable cleaver for slicing, dicing and chopping even large vegetable. A pleasure to use for fruit as well. Thanks to the thin and wide blade it produces very fine and even cuts . The hollow edge helps prevent thin slices from sticking to the blade. The blade can be easily controlled. And like all WÜSTHOF knives the sharpness of the Nakiri can be easily maintained by using any standard sharpening tool.

    • Retail price: CDN$189.00
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  • Wusthof Classic Super Glider Vegetable Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm) - 4563-20
    • 30% off

    8-inch Chef's Knife featuring holes and a scraper to remove the product from the blade and ensure that nothing sticks to it. Here's what Wusthof has to say about this unique knife: - No kitchen should be without this manual food processor. - It is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. - Slicing, mincing, dicing of all kind of food. - Perfectly balanced, an extension of your hand. - Precision forged from a single blank of steel with bolster and full tang. - With deflecting ridge. - The blade features holes and a scraper to remove the product from the blade and ensure that nothing sticks to it. - Ergonomic handle design developed in consultation with professional chefs. - Full bolster/finger guard for safety and protection. - Caution: cook´s knives purposely have been ground extra thin for the ultimate cutting performance. Chopping through bones will damage the fine edge. - Picture reversed for illustration purposes. Ridge and etching are on the right side of the blade.

    • Retail price: CDN$250.00
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  • Wusthof Culinar Cook's Knife, 6.3-inch (16 cm)
    • 30% off
    The Wüsthof Culinar Chef's Knife, 16 cm (6"), is a great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for small spaces or smaller hands.
    • Retail price: CDN$190.00
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  • Wusthof Culinar Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm)
    • 30% off
    The Wüsthof Culinar Chef's Knife, 20 cm (8"), is a great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for small spaces or smaller hands.
    • Retail price: CDN$220.00
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  • Wusthof Gourmet Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm)
    • 30% off
    A great all-around kitchen knife for home or professional use. This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for small spaces or smaller hands. Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with this well-balanced tool featuring a comfortable and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge. This Wusthof Gourmet model is nearly identical in terms of the blade and handle (it has the same full-tang, triple-riveted handle) to the best-selling 4582 Classic model, except it's not a forged blade, so it's not as expensive and it's lighter. But it's still the same metal, and still extremely sharp and strong. Again, a high quality razor-sharp knife! Ideal for culinary school students or as a graduation or other such gift.
    • Retail price: CDN$105.00
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  • Wusthof Grand Prix II Cook's Knife Set, 2-piece
    • 30% off
    Includes the excellent model 4585-20 Grand Prix II 8" Chef's Knife and the model 4040-9 3.5" best-selling spear-point paring knife (my favourite).
    • Retail price: CDN$234.00
    • Price: CDN$163.95
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  • Wusthof Grand Prix II Cook's Knife Set, 3-piece
    • 30% off
    Includes the excellent model 4585-20 Grand Prix II 8" Chef's Knife, handy 4525-16 6" utility/sandwich knife (useful as a small slicer for all kinds of kitchen work), and the model 4040-9 3.5" best-selling spear-point paring knife (my favourite style of paring knife).
    • Retail price: CDN$339.00
    • Price: CDN$237.95
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  • Wusthof Grand Prix II Cook's Knife, 6-inch (16 cm)
    • 30% off

    Popular all-around kitchen knife for home use. This is the exact same knife as the 4585-20 standard cook's knife, but just in a smaller handy package!

    • Retail price: CDN$125.00
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  • Wusthof Grand Prix II Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm)
    • 30% off
    This shape is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen. 8-inch length is ideal for small spaces or smaller hands Precision forged from a single blank of steel with bolster and full tang. Full bolster/finger guard for safety and protection. Most any kitchen cutting, slicing and chopping is easily accomplished with this perfectly balanced tool featuring a comfortable ergonomic and nearly indestructible grip and razor-sharp hardened stainless steel edge.
    • Retail price: CDN$160.00
    • Price: CDN$111.95
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  • Wusthof PRO Cook's Knife, 8-inch (20 cm) - 4862-20
    • 29% off

    Heavy-duty and rugged chef knife, suitable for professional and home use alike. Wusthof quality, made in Germany.

    Highlights:

    • No kitchen should be without this manual food processor.
    • It is the most essential of all knives used in the kitchen.
    • Slicing, mincing, dicing of all kind of food. - Perfectly balanced, an extension of your hand.
    • Professional knife for restaurant chains and large kitchens.
    • High-carbon, stain-resistant steel. 56° Rockwell hardness for excellent edge retention.
    • Polished blade surface.
    • Ergonomically shaped special handle with thumb rest and pronounced protective end, two non-slip plastic components.
    • Hygienic: NSF-tested and certified.
    • Made in Germany, Solingen.
    • Retail price: CDN$59.00
    • Price: CDN$41.95
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