Dexter Russell V-Lo 7" Duo-Edge Santoku Cook's Knife 29273 V144-7
If you are looking for a knife that will slice, chop, dice, mince, and disjoint, these Chef’s and Cook’s knives are calling your name. The chef’s knife has become popular in the kitchen due to its versatility; you can use it for almost anything with enough practice. With a curved edge towards the tip of the knife you will find that slicing and chopping are extremely easy to perform with a rocking motion. The longer the blade is the more control and efficiency the user has. We’ve kept in mind that not everyone is comfortable wielding a 12” blade therefore we also offer 8” and 10” options to please everyone.
The V-Lo line is all about making chefs happy with quality and comfort. The handle is crafted with Santoprene and polypropylene. When combined, the softness of the Santoprene with the firm structure of the polypropylene creates a handle that is both comfortable and strong. The handle is soft to the touch and has the firmness you need to maintain complete control over the blade. The blades are manufactured from proprietary DEXSTEEL stain-free, high-carbon steel, and are individually ground and honed. You will never find yourself continuously sharpening the V-Lo blades because they have unique edge geometry for a long lasting blade edge. Let a V-Lo knife become a part of your cooking life today. NSF Certified. Made in USA.
- Superior blade shape for easier slicing
- Unique edge geometry for long lasting, easily restored performance
- Hand honed to ultimate edge
- Protective finger guard
- Dex-Tex Armadillo texture handle for secure grip
- Soft comfort with solid handle control
- Proprietory DEXSTEEL blade
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I have a German made Chef's knife which reminds me of a Mercedes: high quality, excellent design and heavy duty. This knife reminds me of a sporty motorcycle; agile, nimble and quick. The sharp, relatively thin blade slips through everything I have cut with ease. The handle is so well designed that the knife feels like an extention of my hand. Although it looks like a Santoku, it performs like a Chef's knife; a versatile hybrid, which makes it an excellent candidate for being the "go to" knife for most cooking knife jobs. It takes a while to adjust to the weight of this knife; some who have only used heavier, very expensive knives would reject this knife as a mere toy, without even giving it a test drive. Big mistake.