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Shun Classic 7 Inch Santoku Knife — Review and Information. —Insane Discount on the Shun Classic 7″ Santoku Knife.

This is a video where I show off the Shun Classic 7″ Santoku Knife and explain its features.

Essentially, the Shun Classic is the “foundation” or “go-to” of the Shun line. It uses VG-MAX Steel (~61 Hardness) sharpened to a 16 degree angle. On top of that, it has 34 layers of steel folded on each side (68 layers total!), giving it a beautiful damascus design.

The Classic line also has an extremely ergonomic, “D-Shaped” handle that fits great into right and left hands, reducing fatigue.

It’s a very quick video of the knife, just to give you an idea of what it looks like and what it is all about.

NOTE: I’ll be making quick videos showing all of the different knives and comparing the various lines of Shun to not only other brands, but each other as well!

2 replies on “Shun Classic 7 Inch Santoku Knife — Review and Information.”

Hi there. Have you heard/used Hanzo knives? I received one for Christmas but cant find much info or reviews on it. Curious if I should return it and exchange it for Shun. Thank you!

Hi, quick question, I was wondering which would be better for an "cut all" experience, the chefs knife, or santoku. Also, what makes the premier knife any different than the classic knife, other than the handle?

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