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Food Network™ 3 1/2-in. Santoku Paring Knife

Sale $14.99

Regular $29.99

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No matter how you slice it, this Food Network Santoku knife is top-notch.

Why We Love It:

  • High-carbon stainless steel blade for a long-lasting edge.
  • Forged triple-riveted construction.
  • Extra-sharp, precision-etched blades.

Product Features:

  • Triple-riveted handle promises comfort and control.
  • Included sheath provides added safety.

Product Care:

  • Hand wash

Product Details:

  • 3 1/2-in. blade

Our hassle-free return policy means worry-free shopping.

  • Return any item, anytime, for any reason.
  • No receipt? No problem. We'll take care of you.
  • Yes, you can return it in store (even if you bought it online!).

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Rated 1 out of 5 by Get what you pay for: my blade snapped! This was my first "real knife" not purchased at a big box store. I loved it and used it for everything. Vegetables, mostly. It stayed sharp enough to slice tomatoes without crushing them. However, after maybe 1 year and a half, while I was using the side to crush garlic, the blade snapped 1/2" from its handle. I am not Hulk-strong, and I didn't do anything particularly violent, aside from pressing down on the blade with the palm of my hand. I'm moving on to a more expensive kitchen knife. 04/16/2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by BROKE on 1st use! I used this to cut some cabbage into smaller pieces. Well, I attempted to use it to do that! On the 4th chop the blade came off the handle! This is the 1st and last food network knife i will buy. 11/24/2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by best knife ever Best paring knife and also works best for so much else. Gave 5 as Christmas gifts this year. 01/11/2014
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