Sekitobei Japanese Santoku Knife, Stainless Steel, Silver, 2.7 x 8 x 32 cm £6.71 at Amazon Prime / £11.20 Non Prime
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Sekitobei Japanese Santoku Knife, Stainless Steel, Silver, 2.7 x 8 x 32 cm £6.71 at Amazon Prime / £11.20 Non Prime

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Expires on 10/12/2019Posted 27th Oct
The exquisite Japanese design of this Sekitobei santoku knife features superior quality stainless steel, making it ideal for any busy kitchen. Sharpening the 18 cm blade will keep the knife like new, so you can slice, dice and mince with complete ease, then simply place it in the dishwasher for effortless cleaning. With a secure grip handle and lightweight feel, the knife provides total control for intricate cuts and puts less pressure on the muscles and joints in the hand as you slice.
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valian27/10/2019 13:15

I think you maybe trolling the wrong site



en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamahagane

That’s how the steel for a traditional Santoku is made.

If you think that can be done at this price point, you should patent the concept and make millions!

Truth of the matter is that this knife won’t be a very good Santoku unless you sharpen both edges like a European chefs knife.

Might as well buy a chefs knife at this price point and save some effort - recent deal on Rockingham Forge knife for roughly a fiver will serve you better.

If that’s trolling, guilty as charged but in there is a fair warning to those expecting a Santoku.
Edited by: "SomebodE" 27th Oct
valian27/10/2019 13:15

I think you maybe trolling the wrong site


No they’re crap knives and the RRP is just to lure in the suckers
Cheap knives are genuinely a waste of money
I wouldn’t expect much for a Santoku knife at this price point (highest price or current)
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Oct
Appreciate the heads up ( Ordered ) and have some HEAT(devil)
Awesome stuff thanks OP ordered!
Ordered thanks O P.
Reviews of the Santoku Knife here

Been £6 for a while, though, as you see above and here
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Oct
I wouldn’t expect much for a Santoku knife at this price point (highest price or current)
SomebodE27/10/2019 13:14

I wouldn’t expect much for a Santoku knife at this price point (highest p …I wouldn’t expect much for a Santoku knife at this price point (highest price or current)


I think you maybe trolling the wrong site
Cheap knives are genuinely a waste of money
I cancelled as I thought it was the RRP of £44.99 (which it isn't) but the reviews are generally good. Gave you Heat anyway.
Ordered. Thank you
Ordered. Thanks OP
valian27/10/2019 13:15

I think you maybe trolling the wrong site


No they’re crap knives and the RRP is just to lure in the suckers
Very good knifes. I have set at home and at work. Similar to Global knifes as is a sister company. You can find them aswell in Tkmaxx for good price aswell.
"simply place it in the dishwasher for effortless cleaning."

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Rubbish knife.
Bought many thanks
valian27/10/2019 13:15

I think you maybe trolling the wrong site



en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamahagane

That’s how the steel for a traditional Santoku is made.

If you think that can be done at this price point, you should patent the concept and make millions!

Truth of the matter is that this knife won’t be a very good Santoku unless you sharpen both edges like a European chefs knife.

Might as well buy a chefs knife at this price point and save some effort - recent deal on Rockingham Forge knife for roughly a fiver will serve you better.

If that’s trolling, guilty as charged but in there is a fair warning to those expecting a Santoku.
Edited by: "SomebodE" 27th Oct
darekino27/10/2019 13:25

Very good knifes. I have set at home and at work. Similar to Global knifes …Very good knifes. I have set at home and at work. Similar to Global knifes as is a sister company. You can find them aswell in Tkmaxx for good price aswell.


“similar to Global...”
Ordered... Great find😘
revdesol27/10/2019 13:17

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Very good. Now take your damn upvote and get outta here!
Edited by: "lastlaughgiraffe" 27th Oct
hal2play27/10/2019 13:38

“similar to Global...”


Think they must be more a 'stepsister' company...
As a chef I would only recommend these knife to someone who knows how to sharpen knife well (or can get it sharpened for very cheap). The steel is of decent quality but out of the box edge can be a hit and miss (quality control leaves a lot to be desired). The only knife out of their collection I can really recommend is the utility knife which has reasonably thin blade, everything else is way too thick for my liking.

Also, the this have nothing to do with Global brand of knives. Just another chinese import.
Edited by: "nat327" 27th Oct
SomebodE27/10/2019 13:35

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TamahaganeThat’s how the steel for a traditional S …en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TamahaganeThat’s how the steel for a traditional Santoku is made. If you think that can be done at this price point, you should patent the concept and make millions!Truth of the matter is that this knife won’t be a very good Santoku unless you sharpen both edges like a European chefs knife. Might as well buy a chefs knife at this price point and save some effort - recent deal on Rockingham Forge knife for roughly a fiver will serve you better. If that’s trolling, guilty as charged but in there is a fair warning to those expecting a Santoku.


Remember when everyone had ' sabatier ' knives ...then they sold the name and every supermarket started selling them
nat32727/10/2019 14:05

As a chef I would only recommend these knife to someone who knows how to …As a chef I would only recommend these knife to someone who knows how to sharpen knife well (or can get it sharpened for very cheap). The steel is of decent quality but out of the box edge can be a hit and miss (quality control leaves a lot to be desired). The only knife out of their collection I can really recommend is the utility knife which has reasonably thin blade, everything else is way too thick for my liking.Also, the this have nothing to do with Global brand of knives. Just another chinese import.


Would you recommend an affordable brand, please?
In the cooking utensil arena you only need to stick a French or Japanese name on a turd and people would buy it...........
Edited by: "zx636r" 27th Oct
Ordering. Thank you OP
zx636r27/10/2019 15:27

In the cooking utensil arena you only need to stick a French or Japanese …In the cooking utensil arena you only need to stick a French or Japanese name on a turd and people would buy it...........


Huge knockers.
Amazon itself describes them as "No.1 best seller in disposable knives"

...As opposed to ones you might keep, at only six quid it is a bit throwaway, Global it is not, best left alone. What also is worth noting is that the 5* reviews on Amazon are mostly for the bread BOARD, and you can't cut much with that.
Edited by: "balf118118" 27th Oct
Cashless27/10/2019 15:17

Would you recommend an affordable brand, please?


Robert Welch. They’re good if you want a decent knife for a fair price.
£5.99 @ tkmaxx and looks cheap, supermarket grade...still boosted super hot for no obvious reason...
Just cancelled my order
Looks nice, but not good quality.
I got them from TKMaxx last year, bought 5 different ones. Great set of knives, I only had to sharpen them once, and that was last month. I do not put them in the dishwasher, apparently this isn't recommended. Bargain. Thanks!
I got this and yeah I’m not impressed atm!
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