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Shun Classic 6 Inch Utility Knife

The Shun Classic 6 Inch Utility Knife

The Shun Classic 6 Inch Utility Knife offers amazing flexible performance for just about any food preparation task.  The six (6) inch blade is short enough for precision peeling.  It’s balanced weight and construction also make it very suitable for chopping and dicing as well.   The knife measures ten inches long by two inches wide allowing for comfortable use, while the D-shaped handle keeps hands safely away from the blade without compromising control.  The distinctly sleek Japanese styling of the collection will have everyone asking where they too can add performance and beauty to their culinary arena.   This knife is a practical tool that will be a welcome addition for any discriminating Chef.

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Shun Classic 6 Inch Utility Knife Features

  • Quality designed and crafted in Seki City Japan
  • Lifetime warranty
  • D-shaped Pakkawood handle designed for a precision grip
  • Comfortable 10 inch overall length for peeling and chopping
  • High-carbon stainless steel blade is constructed with 16 layers for rust free performance
  • Blade is manufactured using the professional Damascus technique of folded steel for optimal strength and long term durability

Shun Classic 6 Inch Utility Knife Review

Pro: I love to cook but I have a small kitchen, and I don’t have a lot of room for storage.  I purchased the Shun Classic 6 Inch Utility Knife because of its versatility.  It is sharp, easy to manage and I love using it.  Unlike other blades or complete sets I have purchased in the past, the Shun knives I own do not rust.  I think they are a great investment and I love them so much I buy them as wedding gifts!

Con: It’s a great knife (my Mom has one and I love using hers) but it’s not exactly in the price range that most people can afford.  I know that better quality kitchen items are worth the investment but knowing that and actually having the money to invest in those kinds of products are two different things.  It would be good if they could introduce a more economical line, like an entry-level series for people starting out and then we could upgrade later.

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