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Mercer Culinary Asian Collection Santoku Knife with NSF Handle

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Blade material Stainless Steel
Brand Mercer Culinary
Colour Multi
Item dimensions L x W x H 27.9 x 10.2 x 2.5 centimetres
Number of pieces 1

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  • Mercer Culinary is synonymous with high quality professional cutlery
  • Predominant supplier to more than 90% of culinary academies in North America
  • Wide selection of precision culinary tools crafted to exceed the demands of professional chefs
  • Exceptional quality materials, unique design, and dedicated craftsmanship

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Size Name:7-Inch Santoku Knife with NSF Handle  |  Style Name:All-Purpose Santoku Knife, 7-Inch

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Size Name:7-Inch Santoku Knife with NSF Handle  |  Style Name:All-Purpose Santoku Knife, 7-Inch

This collection calls on the rich tradition of Japanese craftsmanship to provide unsurpassed performance.


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5.0 out of 5 stars Buena pieza
Reviewed in Mexico on 1 November 2017
Size Name: 10-Inch Yanagi Sashimi Knife with NSF HandleStyle Name: Yanagi Sashimi Knife, 10-Inch PurpleVerified Purchase
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Javdalorian
5.0 out of 5 stars Excelente
Reviewed in Mexico on 2 December 2015
Size Name: 8-Inch Chef's KnifeStyle Name: Chinese Chef's Knife with Santoprene Handle, 8-InchVerified Purchase
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bling
5.0 out of 5 stars the best thin vegetable cleaver i've tried
Reviewed in the United States on 11 March 2017
Size Name: 8-Inch Chef's KnifeStyle Name: Chinese Chef's Knife with Santoprene Handle, 8-InchVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars the best thin vegetable cleaver i've tried
Reviewed in the United States on 11 March 2017
i don't normally write reviews but i am so impressed with this knife i had to write it. i've always wanted a chinese chef's knife due to its versatility and practicality. when i did my initial research my top choice was the dexter chinese cleaver, which was very popular. in the end, i opted to try the mercer primarily because of the rubber handle.

i was very happy with the knife. over time i got more interested in knives, german vs japanese steel, and i decided to "upgrade" to the [[ASIN:B00E0EF7P0 ZHEN VG-10 Damascus Cleaver]]. the steel was noticeably sharper when you touch it, and the damascus pattern was beautiful. however, when it came time to actually cut, the mercer was actually better. the secret here is that the mercer has a convex grind, while the zhen was a more conventional V-grind. this meant that vegetables did not stick to the blade nearly as much. with the mercer, i can half a cucumber, and slice into thin slices by draw cutting through the cucumber. i could not with the zhen -- the cucumber would stick to the other side of the blade.

next up, i tried the [[ASIN:B0009NMVSW Wusthof Chinese Cleaver]]. i disliked it immediately -- it was very heavy. in fairness, heavy is in the title, but i didn't expect it to make that big of a difference. the fit and finish also wasn't as good; the spine was not smooth, and neither was heel...which meant holding the knife properly by choking up to the heel was uncomfortable. the mercer's spine and heel of the blade are smoothed. and speaking of weight, this is when i realized that the mercer is 8.8 ounces, which is super light. it's also only 2mm thick at the spine.

still wanting to find "the best" knife, i tried the other german brand, [[ASIN:B0000TPBVY Zwilling]]. this one was slightly heavier than the mercer, slightly thicker, but the balance was off. i prefer the 7 inch size of the zwilling more, but the size of the handle relative to the blade was awkward and made for weird balance. if you're holding a chinese chef's knife properly, you're pinching the blade, so in the zwilling half of the handle is sticking out the back of my hand. and this was when i realized that i really, really like the non-slip rubber handle of the mercer.

next up, was the [[ASIN:B000LVXW2G Messermeister Asian Precision Chinese Knife, 8-Inch]]. i don't know why i didn't try this one first before the others, since this is the knife that celebrity chef Martin Yan uses. it was the only knife that was competitive vs the mercer. it is a little bit heavier, which makes certain cutting tasks easier as the weight of the knife helps, but not so overwhelming like the wusthof. it's thicker at the spine, but it actually gets even thinner than the mercer (which you can see in the picture, is already very thin). it's full-tang, 3 rivet, with a nice "ping" when you tap on the blade vs a "thud" of the mercer, so it definitely feels like quality in your hand if you're into that kind of thing. i still liked the rubber handle of the mercer more, so i eventually ended up wrapping the messermeister handle with rubber splicing tape.

5 chinese chef's knives later, the mercer and messermeister are my favorites. for the mercer, the only downsides i can think of are not really downsides at all, but personal preference. the tip is a bit more rounded than the others, not a 90 degree angle. this makes rocking and draw-cuts easier because it doesn't dig into the cutting board as much, at the expense sacrificing ease of delicate tip work. it's also 8 inches instead of 7, but i've gotten used to it.

if you're looking for a thin and light vegetable cleaver, this is incredible value at this price point.
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Gary Putnam
5.0 out of 5 stars For my money- a most perfect knife
Reviewed in the United States on 2 December 2018
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Alexander
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for the price surprisingly
Reviewed in the United States on 25 March 2019
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