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Farberware 5 inch Resin Santoku

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Farberware 5 inch Resin Santoku
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Slice and Chop with the Confidence of the Farberware Kitchen Utility Knife Blue Crafted for perfect chops and cuts, the Farberware 5 inch resin coated knife brings cutting edge convenience to your kitchen prep. When you’ve got a lot of work to do, this incredible blade gets the job done smooth and easy. The knife’s blue resin coating prevents foods from sticking or tearing while it cuts. Made from high carbon stainless steel blade, its edge lasts longer and stronger without needing to be sharpened frequently. The Farberware kitchen knife purple features a soft grip ergonomic handle for easy holding and the blade has a covering when not in use. A chef’s best tool, this all-purpose knife will assist you in creating magic in the kitchen. Add this to your fine cutlery collection for a fun way to get slicing.

  • Work more confidently and effortlessly with the sharp and attractive Farberware 5 inch resin coated knife in your kitchen
  • Textured soft grip handle for comfort while cutting
  • Red Resin coated knife prevents foods from sticking or tearing while cutting
  • High carbon stainless steel blade
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By psin2005
September 12th, 2014
Great knife and sharp.

This knife is surprisingly sharp! I mainly bought this knife for its anti-stick resin coating and its baby blue color. If Pure Komachi had this color in a 5-inch santoku blade then I would have never considered this knife. But I'm glad I did! At first cut (no pun intended), this bad boy is sharp as a razor blade... I was cutting through raw cobs of corn (still wrapped in leaves) like butter! Okay, perhaps not that easily but I would say easier than cutting cucumbers with my other santoku knives..and that's plenty sharper than what I am used to (or rather what my hands are used to). I tried a block of cheddar cheese, ohhh man, I felt like I was cutting soften brie. I really hope the edge stays this sharp and the resin keeps doing its non-sticky business as time goes by. I guess part of that depends on my usage and handling. Until then I'm loving it. On a more analytic note, the handle has this velvety soft silicone feel to it, sort of like a silicone cellphone case. But its still firm in my hand and it doesn't get slippery when wet. Plus the shape fits my grip like it was molded from a wish come true. In addition to the anti-stick coating, which is labeled as FDA-approved, the blade has grooved scallops like a Granton edge (see uploaded picture). The included sheath is the same color as the blade and the handle. It has this see-through design that seems nothing more than aethestics. This part I wish they left out or made as holes instead because occassionally when inserting the knife back inside it gets caught in the design. Initially inserting it in slowly and then fast like it was some samurai sword helps mitigate the issue. Apart from that, it seems the only thing keeping from cutting rifts in time and space is me refraining from swinging this knife around. Just kidding :) I recommend this knife for casual kitchen chores...especially cutting corn and slicing cheese.

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DEREK derekanderson
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February 18th



Sharp knife w a good solid handle.

February 9th via mobile
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Megan Demetsenaere
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February 1st
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works well


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Sharp Knife Makes a Difference


I love making roasted sweet potatoes but always struggled to cut the potatoes into chunks. The first time I used this Faberware knife it was a night and day difference. The required prep time was drastically reduced.

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