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Shun Cutlery Premier 8” Chef’s Knife - Amazon $148

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Shun Cutlery Premier 8" Chef's Knife​

https://www.amazon.com/Shun-Premi...way&sr=8-3
  • Premier 8-inch Chef's knife will quickly become the most used knife in the kitchen; lightweight, agile and offering an extremely comfortable grip, users never want to set the knife down
  • Razor-sharp edge of blade is perfect for slicing, dicing and chopping a full range of fruits, vegetables and other foods; thinner, lighter blade makes this knife less tiring to use
  • Contoured, walnut-colored PakkaWood handle rests comfortably in any hand; hammered tsuchime finish helps release food easily when cutting for a smooth clean cut
  • Shun Cutlery knives make prep work fun and takes a typically mundane task from boring to exciting; Shun's knives are hand-sharpened, handcrafted and have a strong Japanese heritage
  • Very comfortable and easy to use: hosts, hostess, chefs, families, husbands, wives, grandparents, entertainer, party hosts, cooks, aspiring chefs, homeowners and newlyweds will love it
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Is this a good deal?
Yes, it's a good deal. Free sharpening for life. The regular "Street Price" is $185. If you want something similar, but with a flatter edge, probably making vegetable chopping easier, the 7" Santoku is $10 cheaper HERE [crateandbarrel.com]. It looks like a lot of the Premier line is on sale, so you've got your pick of a lot of good knives HERE [williams-sonoma.com]. Everyone charges tax now, so I threw in a couple other Shun retailers.
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Yes, it's a good deal. Free sharpening for life. The regular "Street Price" is $185. If you want something similar, but with a flatter edge, probably making vegetable chopping easier, the 7" Santoku is $10 cheaper HERE [crateandbarrel.com]. It looks like a lot of the Premier line is on sale, so you've got your pick of a lot of good knives HERE [williams-sonoma.com]. Everyone charges tax now, so I threw in a couple other Shun retailers.
Appreciate the info 👍
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Doesn't seem to be available...
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Yes, it's a good deal. Free sharpening for life. The regular "Street Price" is $185. If you want something similar, but with a flatter edge, probably making vegetable chopping easier, the 7" Santoku is $10 cheaper HERE [crateandbarrel.com]. It looks like a lot of the Premier line is on sale, so you've got your pick of a lot of good knives HERE [williams-sonoma.com]. Everyone charges tax now, so I threw in a couple other Shun retailers.
Yep. And it's a lot more than just free sharpening. They pretty much just replace the knife if you send in something wrecked. You're basically paying for a lifetime tool
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