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5" Wusthof Classic Forged Hollow Edge Nakiri Knife EXPIRED

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Cutlery and More has 5" Wusthof Classic Forged Hollow Edge Nakiri Knife for $59.95. Shipping is free.

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  • Fully forged, full tang high-carbon stain resistant stainless steel with bolster
  • Precision Edge Technology (PEtec) yields a blade that is 20% sharper with twice the edge retention
  • 58 Rockwell Hardness; 10° blade angle on each side offers superior sharpness
  • Triple-riveted Polyoxymethylene (POM) handle resists fading and discoloration
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Solid price on a Wusthof Classic.
  • Fully forged, full tang high-carbon stain resistant stainless steel with bolster
  • Precision Edge Technology (PEtec) yields a blade that is 20% sharper with twice the edge retention
  • 58 Rockwell Hardness; 10° blade angle on each side offers superior sharpness
  • Triple-riveted Polyoxymethylene (POM) handle resists fading and discoloration
  • Made in Solingen, Germany with a lifetime warranty

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#136
Quote from tmk11 :
Any thoughts on which has the better steel... the 5" Wusthof Classic or the 6.5" Wusthof twin fin?
Does Wusthof have a twin fin line or are you referring to Zwilling/Henkels?

5" vs 6.5" is going to play into it as well. I have various knives of different sizes and quality. The larger santoku wusthof classic is fantastic (6 or 7")), used for larger items for meal prep and slicing cooked meat. If I'm chopping up onions though I typically go for a smaller knife. Slicing jalapenos that I roasted I'll just grab a small paring knife. 1.5" difference in knife size could mean a considerable difference in usability based on your needs. Spec wise they both look great, both forged vs stamped.

One difference though right off the bat is the hollow edge vs smooth edge of the twin fin. I've never used the twin fin line before but I'd think some things would stick more. Again, it comes down to what you'll be using it on as it may or may not matter. Something like a raw potato will stick more to the twin fin when you're slicing it (one example).
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Got mine and do think it's a bit small. Dicing large bell peppers I wasn't able to do so with a single rocking cut. According to the return policy used items can't be returned, not sure if dicing 1-2 bell peppers and tomatoes counts as used Smilie
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Quote from syyid :
Got mine and do think it's a bit small. Dicing large bell peppers I wasn't able to do so with a single rocking cut. According to the return policy used items can't be returned, not sure if dicing 1-2 bell peppers and tomatoes counts as used Smilie
Generally, you straight cut with a Nakiri, not rock it.
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I have to say, I am a bit dissatisfied with Cutlery and More. I'm still waiting for my order that I placed last Thursday because UPS lost it when it was supposed to be delivered last Saturday. I reported it lost as soon as it was marked delivered but not on my doorstep or mailbox, and UPS actually got back with an investigation saying that they couldn't locate it. Yet Cutlery and More still said that they would need to wait until Wednesday for them to look for it before they would send a replacement.

I know they're a small business and I shouldn't expect Amazon levels of turnaround. After all, this is UPS's fault. It does take a lot of the joy out of buying my first nice knife though. And maybe next time, I won't order from them.
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Any feedback from those of you that bought the Henckel twin fin knife?
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