Old Hickory Chef's Knife / Santoku Selection

Old Hickory Chef's Knife / Santoku Selection

Beautiful and functional. I feel it was worth every penny spent.

If I could only have one knife, and I have many, it would be this one. It's the best I've ever used. Excellent price too. Have now given three as gifts to our children... and they feel the same way. Easy to sharpen and holds a good edge. Nice to have something as good as advertised. Knife Depot gave excellent service at a busy time of year, too.

This knife is a finely made piece art. A note to the other review You should NEVER put a knife in the dishwasher of any kind. The heat destroys the edge. I bet all the knives in your drawer are dull. These knives should be hand cleaned a coat of light olive oil or similar type food grade oil on them when you put them away. The same reason you NEVER put cast iron in the dishwasher it destroys the seasoning and build up of essential oils that create the nonstick properties of a well seasoned skillet.

Knife was awesome quality, was a little disappointed in the size of the logo imprinted on the knife, it was a little small, thought it would be bigger. Other than that, the clients I gave them to really liked them. Next time I will request a larger logo.

A great deal on this well built and ergonomic knife.

I give this knife 3 stars. Its okay and has potential. But when I got the knife. I was pretty disappointed. The blade was not sharp what so ever. The handle is kinda uncomfortable. It just needs some more touches at home to make it a good knife.

Fantastic knife for the money. I purchased two. One for the kitchen and one for "tail-gating" at football games. Both keep an edge and are easy to sharpen with a steel. As with any good knife I hand wash and use the sharpening steel after heavy cutting.

By Jt W.
LamsonSharp 8" Fire Forged Wide Chef's Knife

This is an excellent knife. It looks good and handles well.

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