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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

https://www.cutleryandmore.com/wu...fe-p135362
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Quote from LLcj :
Sweet. Love our Wusthoffs but they're getting dull. What do you people use to sharpen them? Any favorites?
I use a whetstone. King 1000/6000 Grit Combination stones are good.
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Quote from nopropulsion :
Looks like there is a 7" nakiri for $79.95

Wusthof Legende 7" Hollow Edge Nakiri Knife:
https://www.cutleryandmore.com/wu...fe-p137883
Thank you. Just purchased.
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There was a good deal on such a knife the other day but I missed it. This was it:

https://slickdeals.net/f/14786950-mercer-culinary-10-millennia-wavy-edge-bread-knife-13?src=SiteSearch
I have that exact bread knife but would not use it on a watermelon. An 8" chef knife can quickly peel the average watermelon with a few quick slices, and once peeled, chopping up the flesh is easy. No need to split a whole watermelon unless you're going for some fancy presentation.
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How do you get the 15% first time customer discount from Cutlery and More?
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Quote from nopropulsion :
Looks like there is a 7" nakiri for $79.95

Wusthof Legende 7" Hollow Edge Nakiri Knife:
https://www.cutleryandmore.com/wu...fe-p137883
At this price, I'd go for one of the Japanese ones with harder steels. For example, this one has a vg10 core and is hardened to 60hrc. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000UAUKHI
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Find a local shop that does it. $5-6 per knife and you help keep a local business open. Ace hardware if no other option
I'm not sure why you're downvoted, I do agree this can be a good option. Sadly most charge 10-15 per knife near me
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I'm not sure why you're downvoted, I do agree this can be a good option. Sadly most charge 10-15 per knife near me
They likely use a belt sander at that price, grind away too much metal, and will not preserve the 10 degree edge.
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I'm not sure why you're downvoted, I do agree this can be a good option. Sadly most charge 10-15 per knife near me
The king whetstone 1000/6000 is a good option but have some junk knives to practice on first, guy named burrfection on YouTube has some good videos. I'll warn you though, it's a hobby in itself. The pull through sharpeners remove material on every pull, easier option but I think hard on knives. Oh, and I really don't give a flying leap about up votes td or tu until I start getting paid for them by SD. I don't even post deals anymore because they make money off my hard work
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This does not look like it's Michael Meyers approved.
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Lmao is this a double bevel German style blade in a Nakiri shape?

Honestly sounds pretty nice.
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I have big hands and I typically go for this knife over my 8" chef's knife for anything smaller than a large onion. This type of knife is good for people who prefer push cuts vs rock chopping
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Quote from LLcj :
I'm not sure why you're downvoted, I do agree this can be a good option. Sadly most charge 10-15 per knife near me
Shun will resharpen a Shun knife at no charge, btw.
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Too small for a Nakiri, maybe small Veg prep. 7/8 in is better cutting surface suited for a Nakiri. Just some food for thought
Yep... I have the 7" version, it's just about right, wouldn't want it any smaller, wouldn't work as well for many items I cut.
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Quote from nopropulsion :
Looks like there is a 7" nakiri for $79.95

Wusthof Legende 7" Hollow Edge Nakiri Knife:
https://www.cutleryandmore.com/wu...fe-p137883
bad cheap handle, pass....if urgent need I would recommend the one from WS link below.

https://www.williams-sonoma.com/p...SXEALw_wcB
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10 degrees means competently sharpening with a stone or having a pro do it. If you care about blade maintenance, that is.
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