|Product Dimensions||43.18 x 1.91 x 10.48 cm; 269.43 Grams|
|Material||Stainless steel and manmade|
|Item Weight||269 g|
Mercer Culinary Genesis Collection 10-Inch Granton Carving Knife
- Taper-ground edge allows for added stability, easy honing, long lasting sharpness, and increased efficiency when cutting and chopping.
- NSF certified
- Ergonomic Santoprene handle offers superior comfort and a non-slip grip, even with wet hands. Will not break down from exposure to kitchen oils and is able to withstand hot and cold temperatures.
- Bolster strengthens the knife, adds durability, and provides excellent balance for better handling when cutting food. Available in short bolster.
- High-carbon, no-stain German cutlery steel resists rust, corrosion, and discoloration. Precision forged construction for better strength and durability.
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Mercer Genesis Collection 10-Inch Granton Carving Knife. Mercer is synonymous with high quality professional cutlery. A leader in the food industry for more than thirty years and the predominant supplier to more than 90% of culinary academies in North America, Mercer manufactures a wide variety of precision culinary tools that are crafted to exceed the demands of professional chefs. Exceptional quality materials, unique design, and dedicated craftsmanship makes Mercer the first choice for kitchen professionals and food enthusiasts.
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I've only had it a week so far but out of the package it is amazing. Look how thin the slice of saucisson is! I'll update this review in the future about how often and how easy/hard it is to keep a sharp edge on the blade.
I use it multiple evenings a week and so far have not noticed a reduction in sharpness yet, though I have also purchased a whetstone for when I do need to touch it up.
One caveat is that I did not realise how long 10 inches is. The blade is incredibly long and if you aren't used to having longer blades I would suggest the more standard 8 inch edition.