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Santoku Knife, 7" Brown & Gray ABS

Santoku Knife, 7" Brown & Gray ABS

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Santoku Knife: The Santoku knife is a Japanese cooking knife that is often designed with a scalloped blade like this one. In Japanese, Santoku means "three virtues" which is fitting for this utility knife because it is particularly good at doing 3 things - chopping, slicing, and mincing. The scalloped detail makes it easier to remove chopped food from the blade’s sharp edge.

Slice, Dice, And Chop: This dicing tool is perfect for cutting up just about anything. Use this knife to slice vegetables for a veggie tray, chop onions for a pot roast, or mince whole heads of garlic. No matter the slicing or chopping job, this knife is up to the task. This knife is a must-have, multi-use to.

  • Made in Germany from premium X50CrMoV15 German steel.
  • Optimized multi-stage heat treatment with advanced CRYO ice-hardening process for superior edge retention, hardness, durability, and flexibility characteristics.
  • Handle Material: Full INNER Tang (steel) covered with GW Brown and Gray injected quality ABS Polymer mold with antibacterial material.
  • Featuring a 15-degree angled blade edge, sharp heel, and smooth spine for precise cutting performance.
  • Ergonomic handle and SMART-BOLSTER™ design for comfort, control, and precision.
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Model: OD-10-115-0407

  • Blade Knife Steel: Premium X50CrMoV15 German Steel
  • Edge Type: Straight Edge
  • Blade Hardness (HRC): 55 +/-2 HRC 
  • Blade Angle: 15° Angled Blade Edge
  • Handle Type: Full INNER Tang Steel, Injected Brown & Gray ABS Polymer
  • Method: Forged
  • Made in: Germany


  • Blade Length: 7"
  • Handle Length: 5.25" 
  • Weight: 0.387 lb 

Use & care

  • Avoid cutting on hard surfaces such as stone, metal, or glass.
  • Hand-wash with warm water and a mild detergent, then rinse and dry immediately.
  • Maintain the knife's cutting edge by regularly using a honing steel.
  • Sharpen as needed; with regular use and honing, sharpening may only be necessary once or twice a year.
Visit our Use & Care page for more care instructions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Not typical quality of their products. Handles all plastic, no wood!

magnifique Cultry knife and fork carving set

Excellent workmanship, balance, and durability for the professional chef /cook and very affordable for such high-quality cutlery.

john e.

Great knife for vegatables

Chip D.
Great knife for the money

Great knife for the money. Bought this to replace the Santoku I had from the same company. Im a professional cook and use this knife daily. I had the santoku for probably 3 years and never had to sharpen it. Just ran it across a steel a few times each da