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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 5 reviews
nur-e siddike

Any problem you guys don’t respond


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