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Shun DM0712 Classic 7-Inch Chinese Chef's Knife $129.95 fs @ amazon / GB / LDs!!!!

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Shun DM0712 Classic 7-Inch Chinese Chef's Knife [amazon.com]



7-inch Chinese chef's knife; suitable for cutting meat and poultry bones
Precision-forged stainless-steel blade; rectangular cleaver shape; razor-sharp edge
Clad with 16 layers of high-carbon stainless steel to produce a rust-free Damascus look
Durable D-shaped Pakkawood handle; comfortable offset steel bolster
Lifetime warranty; manufactured in Seki City, Japan
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Good price...

For those that are interested in buying this knife might want to read some reviews before purchasing.
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Whoa!!! That's a good price to pass up.
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The reviews said it's not for meat/bone cutting, I'll pass.
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It's funny how the first line of Amazon's discription detail of the knife is "7-inch Chinese chef's knife; suitable for cutting meat and poultry bones" and it's not. Meh.
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Good deal, but I'm not a Chinese chef.
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I got he other cheap Shun Chinese chef's knife with the metal handle. I paid $90 for it couple years ago on Amazon. It's a very sharp and nice knife but I was careless and put a a small notch on the blade while boning the turkey. Send it back to Shun for repair and got it back couple weeks later but it's not sharp as before. Just make sure to slice only vegetables or meat and stay away from the bone. Smilie

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Good deal, but I'm not a Chinese chef.
You have to be an Iron Chef to use this knife... laugh out loud
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The reviews said it's not for meat/bone cutting, I'll pass.
For that purpose, just get a cheap $10 Chinese cleaver.
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I got he other cheap Shun Chinese chef's knife with the metal handle. I paid $90 for it couple years ago on Amazon. It's a very sharp and nice knife but I was careless and put a a small notch on the blade while boning the turkey. Send it back to Shun for repair and got it back couple weeks later but it's not sharp as before. Just make sure to slice only vegetables or meat and stay away from the bone. Smilie



You have to be an Iron Chef to use this knife... laugh out loud
I to have a collection of shun knives... it makes me laugh to hear how delicate these can be given you are only allowed to slice cotton candy laugh out loud
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It's funny how the first line of Amazon's discription detail of the knife is "7-inch Chinese chef's knife; suitable for cutting meat and poultry bones" and it's not. Meh.
yeah, I'm getting a little tired of Amazon's incorrect descriptions and inflated "list" prices...
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I to have a collection of shun knives... it makes me laugh to hear how delicate these can be given you are only allowed to slice cotton candy laugh out loud
I'm not sure why the fact that fine knives are unsuitable for hacking bone deserves mocking.

The average cook rarely needs to hack bone, so it's not exactly a HUGE limitation that will prevent you from using the knife on a regular basis. It's like having to avoiding rocks when mowing the lawn... aka not exactly a big deal Scratchhead
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bought one for mommy, hope she likes
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It's labeled "Veg knife" on the actual knife. Amazon normally does such a good job with customer service, the mislabeling is really a disservice.
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I'm not sure why the fact that fine knives are unsuitable for hacking bone deserves mocking.

The average cook rarely needs to hack bone, so it's not exactly a HUGE limitation that will prevent you from using the knife on a regular basis. It's like having to avoiding rocks when mowing the lawn... aka not exactly a big deal Scratchhead
2nd the motion Wink you tipped my "on the fence" status Smilie !
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do like kaji line of shun / have a couple classic ones Smilie one more wouldn't hurt / good knife is an asset Wink !

btw - discover gets you 5% cb on online purchases Rock !

21 min to go! Wink
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