Dexter Russell P47004 6.5" Nakiri Knife w/ Magnolia Wood Handle, Stainless Steel

KaTom #: 135-31444 • MPN: P47004 31444
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Dexter Russell P47004 Description

BasicsĀ® (31444) Nakiri Knife, 6-1/2, easy to clean, high quality stainless steel blades, with durable Magnolia wood handles

Dexter Russell P47004 Specifications

Manufacturer Dexter Russell
Residential Yes
Weight 0.18

Dexter Russell P47004 Customer Reviews

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Cheffiejk said...
"It was a bit of a stretch for me to buy this, as most of my knives are Nenox, Korin Private Label & Misono - so as you can see this knife is in s..."

Thyme Traveler said...
"Dexter Russell is a supplier of knives mostly to commercial kitchens, I believe. These are generally inexpensive but offer pretty good value for..."

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  • not bad for the price

    By on November 22, 2016

    "It was a bit of a stretch for me to buy this, as most of my knives are Nenox, Korin Private Label & Misono - so as you can see this knife is in some pretty high quality company. Having said that for the limited use - mostly quick chopping it holds up well - IF you take care of the edge. Worth spending the money since for the price it's almost a "disposable" although I'll check bak in in a month and let how know how it's holding up ....."
  • Decent knife at a decent price.

    By on December 8, 2013

    "Dexter Russell is a supplier of knives mostly to commercial kitchens, I believe. These are generally inexpensive but offer pretty good value for their price. This one is Japanese made, high carbon stainless, and it cuts quite well for a low-cost knife. The raw wood handle has a nice feel to me, sort of primal. In Japanese tradition I believe the nakiri bocho or usuba bocho is specifically a vegetable knife but I use mine more generally than that."
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