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Zwilling J.A. Henckels Pro Rocking Santoku

With a wide, curved blade designed to accommodate both chopping and rocking cuts, this versatile rocking santoku is perfect for chopping herbs, mincing shallots, and prep jobs of all sizes. The unique shape of the blade makes it easy to use a rocking cut...Read More

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With a wide, curved blade designed to accommodate both chopping and rocking cuts, this versatile rocking santoku is perfect for chopping herbs, mincing shallots, and prep jobs of all sizes. The unique shape of the blade makes it easy to use a rocking cut for quicker, more efficient cutting and decreased prep time.

Pairing Zwilling’s trademark quality and precision craftsmanship with the vision of renowned Italian architect Matteo Thun, this knife features a unique bolster-free design that encourages using a professional-style pinch grip and allows easy sharpening of the entire length of the blade. A useful and attractive addition to any kitchen.

  • Manufacturer: Zwilling J.A. Henckels
  • Material: High-carbon stainless steel, polymer (POM)
  • Care: Hand wash only
  • Dimensions: 7" blade; 12½" total length
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in Germany
FEATURES
  • Blade is precision forged from a single piece of high-carbon steel and hardened to 57 Rockwell hardness for excellent edge retention
  • Precision lasers ensure optimal blade angles for outstanding sharpness, and the blade is polished by hand for decreased resistance while cutting and flawless performance
  • Hollow-ground edge helps prevent sticking while cutting
  • Unique, angled bolster allows the blade to be sharpened from bolster to tip for increased cutting precision, safety and comfort
  • Ergonomic, triple-riveted polymer handle and full-tang construction for exceptional balance and comfort while cutting

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A Superb Knife!
When I first took this knife out of its container I thought the handle felt awfully heavy. I noticed it has an extra-wide, full-length tang that makes the handle seem so weighty, but I needn't have worried. The moment I took my usual "pinch grip" on the knife (thumb and index finger gripping along the top of the blade just ahead of the bolster) it was in perfect balance. The 7-inch blade was easy to maneuver. It has an exquisitely sharp edge coupled with the granton indentations that just powers through even the toughest root vegetables. That extra weight in the handle helps this knife practically race through every slicing or chopping task. Mushrooms zucchini or other "grippy" type foods just fall away so the blade is clear for the next slice. The pointed tip and super sharp edge make it easy to finely mince shallots, garlic and the like. It also makes it easy to clean the "ribs" and seeds out of the inside of bell peppers. The curved "rocking" shape allows you to rock this knife like the best chef's knife. The quality of materials and workmanship are top quality. It's a terrific new addition to my prep time and will be my go-to first choice in my knife block.
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Evelyn W on Jun 8, 2015
Easy to use rocking motion for fine chopping
Gavin A on Dec 1, 2014
This is a great knife design and made by a top quality cutlery company. This design combines the best of a conventional santoku knife with the rocking motion of a chef's knife. The sharp point on the end makes it easy to maneuver in tight places. The special finger guard on the back of the bolster is a big selling point, as well. It prevents the back end of the blade from making a painful groove in your finger as you apply forward pressure.
Beverly C S on Jan 5, 2015
This is a very functional knife
Joseph R on Dec 1, 2014
Which knife weighs less: the Zwilling Pro Rocking Santoku or the Miyabi Evolution Rocking Santoku? I couldn't find a weight specification in the descriptions of either knife.
Jennifer F on Dec 28, 2014
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Miyabi Evolution Rocking Santoku
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Best Answer: Both of these knives weigh about 9oz. If one of them is heavier, it isn't enough that you can tell a difference.
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the pictured use is a left hand user, Grantons on both sides?
Patrick M on Sep 4, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the hollow edge is on both sides.
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