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MAC brand Santoku Knife w/Bolster (#MSK65)

MAC’s Professional Mighty chef line of knives now includes this Santoku knife with dimples for easy release of foods while slicing. Vote best Santoku knife along with the (MAC #SK65) by Cooks Illustrated knife. Razor sharp and an ideal size and weight for most people! A very popular knife! 11 3/4 inch total length with

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MAC’s Professional Mighty chef line of knives now includes this Santoku knife with dimples for easy release of foods while slicing.

Vote best Santoku knife along with the (MAC #SK65) by Cooks Illustrated knife.

Razor sharp and an ideal size and weight for most people! A very popular knife! 11 3/4 inch total length with a 6 1/2 inch blade. The bolster makes the knife shaft heavier and keeps food out of the handle area.

Product Features

  • Very populer Japanese MAC brand knife!
  • Nice bolster for balance and a good grip
  • Razor sharp, multi purpose
  • Recommended by Cook’s Illustrated Magazine
  • Perfect balance and weight!

Comments

David K. Spangler says:

Not for non-knife freaks! I am a professional cook and I LOVE this knife- but also, I can see why this knife might give some people problems. I love its extreme agility- it has a wonderful, lively action which is highly suited to very fast yet precise cutting. It is incredibly sharp, and the granton edge performs well. It is everything a santoku should be. I used a Shun for a long time until I realised that it was just too thick to produce the kind of precision cuts I needed to make. And this is where the problem lies- its blade is VERY thin, and it needs to be handled with care. I baby mine- I am ultra-careful about what I use it on, and when it’s not in use it stays in a KnifeSafe blade cover. I have two ceramic rods and four different Japanese waterstones I use to keep it sharp. It’s not an “all purpose” knife in any way, and I would not recommend it to anyone who is needing such a knife. And this includes professionals and home cooks alike…..anyone who is unable or unwilling to handle it…

JM "Cowboy" says:

CRAZY sharp!!! My wife wanted a Santoku knife and after some research, decided on the MAC Santoku knife. Well balanced, light weight (compared to our Henckels series set), and so VERY sharp. It feels like I am using a razor. Slicing through tomatos, chicken, fruits, and the like are EFFORTLESS.Using my older knives in the house feels awkward and clumsy compared to the Santoku. This knife is highly recommended since it feels great in my hands and does the cutting with minimal effort!

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