Categories knife review Chef's Knife Review #1 – Global 8 inch Chef's Knife! l Soulful Bowl Post author By Charla Rodriguez Post date May 1, 2020 8 Comments on Chef's Knife Review #1 – Global 8 inch Chef's Knife! l Soulful Bowl Great for users with small hands! firstname.lastname@example.org Share this:TwitterFacebookLike Loading... ← The Monterey Bay Knives EWC Pocketknife: A Classic Mild Mannered Review → Everyday carry EDC review 8 replies on “Chef's Knife Review #1 – Global 8 inch Chef's Knife! l Soulful Bowl” The cutting board wobble hurts my soul Loading... I don't know if you did the fast vertical chopping for demonstration reasons for this video..to prove this knife can do those cuts easily…if it's your own style when you use the knife I would have bought a Sentuku or something with a flatter edge. I'd like to see Global with a chef's knife that has a rounder belly where the tip is closer to the spine (Messermeister has one, Zwilling PRO line has one…) Loading... This is no test… My $10 dollar Walmart knife looks similar and cuts just as good. I have to sharpen it after every use. That’s where the quality cones in… these appear to be really good Loading... I just bought a global g2 chef knife. I see your knife have writing bin the fron of the knife like this: GLOBALCromoya 18 stainless steelG-2 Yoshikin Japan. But my G2 only have writing like this in the front: GLOBALMolybdenum/ vanadium steel. And in the back (other side of the blade) it say: YOSHIKINMade in Japan. Did I received a real global knife but an old stok/ model or maybe I received a FAKE global knife? Please help Loading... Hey, pls I need an advice. I`m between buying a wusthof classic knife 8 inch or this Global G2. The only two knives i`ve ever have, weigh like 180 grams maximum. I feel comfortable with that weight, is the wusthoff quite heavier?. And wich would you prefer to cut ingredients in a working kitchen? Loading... Your cutting skills are truly amazing. Loading... Looks excellent👍 Loading... Good video, come to my channel. Like Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.