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X30Cr13 is just a cheaper, lower end/quality steel that's the equivalent of regular 420 steel. It's not "bad", it's just used in cheaper entry level knives.

The entry level Mercers use X30Cr13, the mid-tier ones use X50CrMoV15 which is what Victorinox, Henckels, and Wustof also uses.

HRC Hardness of 45-51 vs 55-57
https://virgamet.com/3h13-x30cr13...less-steel
https://virgamet.com/1-4116-x50cr...less-steel

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This is my cheap go to knife Smilie
https://www.amazon.com/Update-Int...B006ZC90VC
Not a huge discount but a fantastic chef's knife. You won't find a better knife on the sub-50 bucks category than this one.
I'd say 8" is the standard. I have normal-large hands and I find that a 10" feels really unwieldy. I've never tried smaller. I have a matching paring knife for more intricate tasks.

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Not a huge discount but a fantastic chef's knife. You won't find a better knife on the sub-50 bucks category than this one.
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What's a good size Chef's knife for casual cooking at home? 6", 7" 8". Or, is it a very individual thing?
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Got one thx. More victorinox knife deals!
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What's a good size Chef's knife for casual cooking at home? 6", 7" 8". Or, is it a very individual thing?
I'd say 8" is the standard. I have normal-large hands and I find that a 10" feels really unwieldy. I've never tried smaller. I have a matching paring knife for more intricate tasks.
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Got one thx. More victorinox knife deals!
Would like to find a bread one myself and finish my small home kit
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Would like to find a bread one myself and finish my small home kit
I would buy a bread one too
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What is a good sharpener for this?
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Tempting. I need a deal on the small Victorinox serrated knives again. Those definitely get a lot of use in my home, but I only bought 6 during the last price drop.
https://www.amazon.com/Victorinox...005LRYQ2A/
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$1.50 off? Why is this a deal?
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What is a good sharpener for this?
You want to hone your knife every other use. A sharpener you should only use after alot of abuse. Think of it like going to the dentist vs brushing your teeth . Honing is brushing (keeping the edge honed) and a sharpner takes a tiny bit of your blade off to make a "new edge"

I use this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00004R...C1t149VOOe
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I'd say 8" is the standard. I have normal-large hands and I find that a 10" feels really unwieldy. I've never tried smaller. I have a matching paring knife for more intricate tasks.
Thank You. Do paring knives come in different sizes, too? Also, should I go with a paring knife of this same brand or there's something better in the same price range?
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Just an fyi, they have started making these significantly inferior over the past years. I bought one over black Friday, and the blade is significantly thinner
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