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Made In Chef Knife Review (Wusthof Killer)

Today we are reviewing the Made In chef knife! We will also do a small comparison with another popular DTC (Direct to Consumer) chef knife, the Misen. The Made-In reminds me a lot of the Wusthof’s profile but I actually like the Made-In more.

There are several things that the Made-In is superior to the Wusthof:

1.) Both are made with X50CrMoV15 steel. But Made-In took an additional step of nitrogen treating the steel to create an even more durable wear resistance steel to a Rockwell rating between 58-60.

2.) Price point. The Made-In is made with an enhanced material but with a price point that is lower than Wusthof. The Made-In is priced at $89. The very popular Wusthof Ikon Classic retails at $169+tax. That is 2X the cost of the Made-In. For the amount you spend on an Ikon Classic, you could’ve bought two of the Made-Ins and gift one of them to someone you like (Pick some one you really like, because this knife is the shit!)

3.) Risk-Free Trial. You can try the knife out for 30 days and if you don’t like it, you get your money back. That shows how confident they are in their product that you will like it enough to keep it.

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Music by Joakim Karud
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3 replies on “Made In Chef Knife Review (Wusthof Killer)”

Hey all! Would love to hear what you think of the video. How is the quality? Thoughts on length of video or what I should talk about? What kind of tests would you like to see to test sharpness?

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