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7" Vegetable Cleaver

Executive Chef Series
Model: 2010
100 9 100 0

Availability: In stock

Sugg. Price: $109.99

Online Price: $69.99

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    Description

    This is our wide Santoku. Featuring a 7” blade, this knife is perfect for rock and chop style cutting, with dimples and an extra wide blade for scooping up food and easily sliding them into a pan or onto a serving plate.



    Asian Cleaver
    Additional
    Model
    2010
    Warranty
    Life-Time Warranty
    Knife Type
    Cleavers & Boning Knives
    Tang Type
    Triple Tang
    Edge Type
    DIMPLE
    Blade Length
    7”
    Blade Material
    X50CrMoV15 High Carbon No-Stain Steel
    Handle Size
    5 inch
    Handle Material
    ABS
    Dimensions
    L - 12 1/4 inches W - 1 inch H - 2 3/4 inches
    MSRP
    $109.99

    Use

    • Always use caution when handling sharp objects.
    • Avoid cutting on hard surfaces such as stone, metal or glass.
    • It is not advisable to use any knife but a meat cleaver to cut through bone, as other blades can be easily damaged.

    Care

    • Hand-wash with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry immediately.
    • Maintain the knife's cutting edge by regularly using a honing steel. Always hand wash and dry right away.  Never leave them sitting in water for extended periods.  They can rust and the pakkawood can swell.
    • Sharpen as needed. With regular use and honing, your knife should not need sharpening more than once or twice a year.
      The honing steel straightens the edge.  It does not sharpen.  The diamond steel should be used approximately once a month or when your knives don’t feel sharp after using the honing steel.  The diamond steel has powdered diamond dust to remove a small amount of metal to get your edge back.  If the diamond steel and honing steel doesn’t work its time to use a V sharpener.  The V sharpener will strip off the old edge and put on a new one.

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    1. Best Asian Knife review by Sami on 2/26/2017
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      This is by far the best Asian cleaver on the market

    2. Best Asian Knife review by Isaac CAdia on 2/9/2017
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      This is the best Asian knife i used by far, i love the balance and quality

    3. Great knive review by Bob on 2/14/2015
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      Of the 8 GW knives I own, this is my favorite and most versatile.

    4. great value review by chow hound on 2/5/2015
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      Great knive. Excellent value and I can't to buy another at the Costco roadshow

    5. Great buy review by smoke on grill on 1/31/2015
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      This is great knife. Waiting for road show to buy for friends

    6. Good inexpensive review by Tony on 11/3/2014
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      Good inexpensive knife
      This is my first inexpensive Cleaver knife. Sharp and strong. It has a good rocking angle and the handle is a good shape and of good grip. (Balance, Size, Strength, Shape, Weight)

    7. Nice Knife review by MScotty on 9/10/2014
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      I purchased this Asain Cleaver at my local Costco during a GW road show. It has a nice weight to it when you need to chop hard items, but with the blade design it can be used like a Santuko knife for rock and chop cutting. And with the deal you get threw Costco I couldn't go wrong.

    8. Best knife I have ever used review by RandyGBlues on 9/10/2014
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      This past week I was fortunate enough to stop by my local Costco where there was a "Special Event" which featured Gunter Wilhelm cutlery. I had been shopping online for a number of months but never seemed to find what I wanted. I had thought about a wide-blade chef's knife, but without being able to hold one I couldn't decide. I wear an XL glove and I am tired of banging my knuckles on our bamboo cutting boards using the Twin Profection 8" chef's knife.

      I stopped at the Costco demo booth and spoke to the salesman, and I mentioned my problem. Before I finished my description, he handed me the model 210 Asian Cleaver. I have been working with tools since the late 60's whether it be artist tools, mechanics tools or what have you. I put the cleaver to the board and sliced the "demo tomato" and it felt like it was a tool custom designed for my hand that I had been using for years. Remarkable balance, so very easy to control, and sliced effortlessly. And the price at the road show made it a very easy decision.

      In the first two days I have put it to good use, cutting up vegetables for a gallon of Kimchi, and making a large green salad (lettuce, tomatoes, green onion, ginger, garlic, carrots).

      With every stroke I knew I had chosen wisely. While it is gauche to cut lettuce, with every cut the cleaver went through the romaine leaves barely compressing the head of lettuce.

      The Santoku edge really does make this tool so very versatile that I doubt that any other cutting tool in our kitchen will get 10% of the use the 210 will. In two days it has become my favorite kitchen tool!

      Thank you for a great tool that I know will serve me for many, many years.

    9. Great knife review by John on 9/10/2014
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      This knife comes super sharp right out of the box. It's great for chopping, especially fingers because I cut myself before I was able to cut any food.

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