Mercer Culinary M24407PL 7" Santoku Knife
- High carbon, stain-free German steel blade
- Easy-to-grip Santoprene handle
- All-purpose design
- Slices, dices, and minces a wide variety of ingredients
- Durable, long-lasting construction
- Perfect for preparing Asian cuisine with ease
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|Blade Length||7 Inches|
|Blade Material||High Carbon Stainless Steel|
Customer questions about this product
- Can this knife be washed in a dishwasher?
- No, hand washing with soapy water and sanitizer solution is always recommended. When placed in a dishwasher, the process will often rust and cause damage to the edges of the blade.
An indispensable necessity in any kitchen that prepares Asian cuisine, this Mercer Culinary M24407PL 7" Santoku knife slices, dices, and minces. Its long and large blade is an all-purpose tool, perfect for any cutlery task.
The knives from Mercer Culinary's Japanese-style professional knife collection are sure to become a favorite in your commercial kitchen. Each wood-stamped handle has the look of wood with the comfort and safety provided by a Santoprene, no-slip grip. The double edge blade is made of high carbon, German stain-free steel, guaranteeing its value for years to come.
Blade Length: 7"
This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.
Hand Wash Only
To preserve quality, this item should only be hand-washed and sanitized.
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People Talk About:knife sharp great handle blade cutting easy edge light Nakiri
Very high quality knife for the price point. You will not find a better knife for less money...or at least I haven't Highly recommended product
Jason B. Posted on 07/27/2017
This knife is beneficial to all kitchens. It is very versatile and easy to clean. Dishwasher safe. The handle is easy to grip and the blade is sharp. It is great for cutting or slicing anything. I would recommend this.
Sara H. Posted on 07/12/2017
I don't use this knife as much as my Usaba/Nakiri Knife or Sashimi Knife, but I use it as a back up if my Sashimi knife gets dull and I don't have time to sharpen it. The blade is nice and thin, great for cutting sushi rolls and sushi veggies. I like the handle, because wearing gloves and rolling sushi makes for slippery handles. These are rubbery and have a sturdy grip.
Lauren S. from Neptunes' Brewery Posted on 03/13/2017
Great use for me! I mainly use it to cut vegetables, never anything harder than that, and after a while you will need to sharpen it, but you get a really good knife for your money and in my opinion it makes getting this knife worth it.
Tatiana A. Posted on 11/24/2016
This knife is great for fish cutting and much much more. I would highly recommend this knife for all chefs, home and professional. Its a great quality knife.
Valerie D. Posted on 11/01/2016
These are good economical nice not bad for the price sharp lightweight and a decent handle My employees enjoy using them And their dishwasher safe
Bistro L. from Place to be Bistro Posted on 10/27/2016
This is a good knife that is holding up well with moderate use, i was worried with the lower price but it has really surprised me
Jeff C. Posted on 10/24/2016
I purchased one of these at the same time I ordered the 7" nakiri with the same handle. Happily, the santoku displays the same sharpness out of the box, and the similar edge retention. The handle, just like the nakiri, has a good balance between firmness and give. It ends up being just the right amount of grip to provide a secure hold, and is comfortable to use for hours at a time. If you're looking for an inexpensive, quality santoku, you simply cannot go wrong with this offering from Mercer. You'll love it!
Canis C. Posted on 07/11/2016
Very good very sharp also had there Usuba / Nakiri knife the handle even batter than the wood one this knife is good for fleet the fish
Dong Z. Posted on 12/19/2015
I use this in my kitchen. I never had a sharp knife like this before. this blade can be sharp as long as you take care of it. light weight. love it!
Sam S. from Slick's ivystone restaurant Posted on 04/24/2015
You can usually put a very sharp edge on high carbon blades and with this knife, it comes pretty sharp out of the box. The knife is very light and and handles well. It is most effective for prepping veges and fruits. Holds edge decent enough and resharpens easily. Rubber handle is easy on hands although it might be a tad small for big hands. Excellent knife at bargain price.
John K. from zanypoet Posted on 03/24/2014
This knife is very light, the blade is stamped, which is to be expected. You cant expect forged blades for prices this low. The knife came out of the box razor sharp, and the rubber handle is surprisingly nice. The knife is pretty light weight, and therefore very easy to cut with. Great for veg prep!
Joseph M. Posted on 08/21/2013
This seven inch santoku mercer knife is great for cutting vegetables and almost anything. The blade is nice and sharp and is great for fast cutting.
Laura B. Posted on 01/13/2013
this is an exceptional blade! holds a sharp edge for a while, but with that said it will take some extra elbow grease to get it sharp again.
Michael S. Posted on 01/11/2013
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