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What's advantage of this shape versus traditional chef's?
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What's advantage of this shape versus traditional chef's?
More a a multi-purpose knife I guess. Thinner from top to bottom allows more maneuverability than a typical height chefs blade.
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What's advantage of this shape versus traditional chef's?
I think it's personal preference more than anything. A traditional curved blade lets you do a rocking motion for easy chopping while a straight blade may be better suited for peeling thick skinned foods like whole pineapples or melon.
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What's advantage of this shape versus traditional chef's?
I believe it is better for push cuts for vegetables, you have a longer belly. I prefer the traditional chef knife as it is more versatile. You can generate the rocking motion to mince garlic easily and you still have a belly to use. The curve on the traditional gives better draw cuts too in my opinion.
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Terrible knives with no mass

Just to not through in the trash, I use one for insulation
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Does anyone know the angle of the blade
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I believe it is better for push cuts for vegetables, you have a longer belly. I prefer the traditional chef knife as it is more versatile. You can generate the rocking motion to mince garlic easily and you still have a belly to use. The curve on the traditional gives better draw cuts too in my opinion.
I switched to a Chinese style cleaver for veggies.
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I am not a prof cook or anything, but I cook quite often.

I have tried this one and the Wusthof Pro Chief Knife (the 2 are in similar price range when I bought them)

I personally prefer the Wusthof more since it has a more traditional shape, holding and handling is more comfortable and natural. The Victorinox one was for sure a quality blade, but I just don't like the handle and the tilt upward blade design
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I am not a prof cook or anything, but I cook quite often.

I have tried this one and the Wusthof Pro Chief Knife (the 2 are in similar price range when I bought them)

I personally prefer the Wusthof more since it has a more traditional shape, holding and handling is more comfortable and natural. The Victorinox one was for sure a quality blade, but I just don't like the handle and the tilt upward blade design
I am fairly certain both brands use the same alloy. Personally I primarily use a 10" Victorinox in the traditional chef's knife shape. Both the Victorinox and the Wusthof Pro are great options for the price.
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Does anyone know the angle of the blade
Pretty sure it's 17 degrees per side from the factory. Also worth noting the steel is relatively soft albeit durable (great knives for learning to sharpen).
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Very good knife for the price.
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