Masazumi Hammered Steel Kitchen Knives
Masazumi Hammered Steel Kitchen Knives
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A sharp knife in the kitchen is essential for safety and efficiency. These kitchen knives from Masazumi feature blades made from three layers of stainless steel Read More
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Tblaich
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May 21, 2020
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Excellent
The knife came laser sharp out of the box and is a pleasure to use. Light. Maneuverable. The only real issue I have with it is board clearance but that’s endemic to petty knives, not just this knife
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Would recommend to a friend.
smallbit
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Nov 7, 2019
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Super impressed
No rust still. Really nice.
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Would recommend to a friend.
RichM
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Feb 14, 2019
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Best multi purpose kitchen knife I’ve yet owned and the 8 inch big brother is of the same calibre. Has now had 2 years daily use and sharpened using spyderco triangle unit. As bright and present as when new. Highly recommend knives, if a 10 inch version comes around I’m in.
MrDCon
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Nov 24, 2018
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Sharp out of box, super light. Got both knives figuring the wife might like em over the bigger knives I use. Stays decently sharp, have only stropped on balsa and bovine occasionally. Not a huge fan of the hammer finish, but overall happy.
Fatfox
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Sep 28, 2018
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Great blade for most daily jobs. Nice polish.
DRchef
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Aug 25, 2018
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Real nice, Beautiful blade. The San Mai line is beautiful, and the mirror polish on the blade is a looker. Pretty sharp OOTB but it is pretty clear that you could get it screaming sharp with a little work. The handle is nice but had a few sharp points. Not a huge problem, and a bit of fine sand paper took care of that. The edges of the spine and choil are also a bit sharp, but nothing too bad. For the 50 bucks I paid for mine, I am very happy with this purchase.
FanYe
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Aug 23, 2018
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The blade is nice and sharp. However, the metal connection part between blade and handle is quite rough. And the handle has a pretty strong chemical odor. Overall it is worth the price but not very detailed, don't expect the craftsmanship to be on par with other brand such as Tojiro.
Thomzy111
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Jun 7, 2018
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I love mine, got the petty, reach for it for most kitchen tasks and clean it immediately after use. Rarely need to sharpen, very good edge but I'm very careful with it since sharper, harder edges chip easier. I keep the box around for when I want to take it places I am planning on cooking.
plumbus
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May 29, 2018
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Super sharp! For an amateur chef that has some knife skills, it's a pleasure to use-- and super pretty!
MonkeyBoy54321
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May 18, 2018
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Hey I own this knife now. Let me tell you what I think about it. I own the petty knife since I needed a smaller knife for slicing through chicken and stuff. I saw this and bought it. There was no premeditation so I can't say I made the best choice for the price but I like the knife. Steel Ok so this is sandwiched steel and I didn't really know what to expect. It was my first kind of this type of steel. When I first got it I did the tap test where you tap the knife to hear if there is a ding. It usually says the amount of chromium in the knife. Most good knives have at least a small ding because all stainless steel has this. I tapped the petty knife and there was no ding. This made me worry of course. So next I ran the knife on a strop to see how sharp it would get. It got insanely sharp. Arm shaving sharp and could even cut hair if you hit it with a knife. I felt better about the steel after that. I've used the knife for a little less than a month with moderate use (3-4 times a week) and it's still sharp. Build quality This knife is light. Like really light. I thought my knife was missing from the box that's how light it was. I would say this knife is more handle heavy than blade heavy, it sure isn't balanced and I would be surprised if it was for such a small knife. The handle is well built and of a decent size. The hammered parts look weird, like they used a machine with too small of a head. You only notice it if you look at the knife for along time though. The clay pattern on it was pretty good in comparison though. I like it. Final thoughts It's a unique razor sharp knife that I got for like 40 dollars. I would buy it again for someone else. It has good edge retention and looks nice
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