5" Petite Santoku
Item # 2166
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CUTCO's well-balanced, all-purpose Santoku Knives have sharp, subtly curved blades for smooth slicing dicing.
A petite version of CUTCO's best-selling 7" Santoku, this features a smaller handle and shorter blade.
- Santoku-style contour
Sharp, subtly curved blade drops to a sharp, functional tip.
- Ergonomic handle
Universal fit for large or small, left or right hands. Thumb and forefinger lock into place for safety and control. Fatigue-resistant design.
- Ultra sharp straight edge
CUTCO's razor-sharp, straight-edge knives can be maintained and sharpened at home.
- Full tang
Blade extends full length of the handle for extra strength and balance.
- FREE sharpening
With CUTCO's Forever Guarantee, we will sharpen, hone, buff, repair and if necessary replace your CUTCO knives and accessories for FREE. No receipt is required.
- Guaranteed Forever
Like all CUTCO products, the 5" Petite Santoku is guaranteed forever.
These come in so handy for so many prep work items. They make the work go so much faster. I love them.
- Made in America
- Blade material440A High-Carbon, Stainless Steel
- Handle materialHighly engineered thermo-resin material. Available in classic brown or pearl white.
- Blade Length5-5/8"
- Overall Length10-3/4"
- Weight4 oz. (116g)
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Grasp handle between thumb and forefinger, allowing fingers to follow the curve of the handle. When slicing vegetables, place the tip of the blade on a cutting board at an angle to the board surface. Place thumb and fingers of other hand at the top of the tip of the blade, to hold the blade firmly to the board. Move the knife up and down in a rocking motion, keeping the tip of the blade on the board. At the same time, move the knife back and forth across the board in a quarter circle. For scratch cutting, choke up on the handle and place top hand closer to the tip of the blade for more control. Caution: keep fingers away from the cutting edge.
Dice fruits and vegetables; slice meats and fish; butterfly boneless chicken breasts
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