Categories knife review Mac Knives – 6.5" Santoku All Purpose Chef Knife Review Post author By Charla Rodriguez Post date May 29, 2020 26 Comments on Mac Knives – 6.5" Santoku All Purpose Chef Knife Review WithOurBest reviews a Mac Knives Santoku gift set. Check out more at http://www.withourbest.com Share this:TwitterFacebookLike Loading... ← Japanese vs German Knives – Shun vs Wusthof Cutlery → CDS Bushcraft Knife Review 26 replies on “Mac Knives – 6.5" Santoku All Purpose Chef Knife Review” Doesnt even know how to hold the knife the right way. Loading... Shaky hands much. Loading... Jesus stop shaking!! Lol 😂 Loading... Your knife hand is really shaky, I thought you were going to cut yourself . Loading... How on Earth would MAC send you anything for review. You don't know anything about knives Loading... San-TOE-koo Loading... without atleast a combi … that mac wont last half a year.. fyi butter are more difficult to cut… Loading... Oh, noes. Don't scrape the board with the blade! Loading... He is literally slashing prices! 🙂 Loved the video. Thanks for the review. Loading... mac knives are the best there is:) Loading... Anyways I love Mac knives thanks for putting it up dude Loading... "Uniform cuts" Loading... This guy does not hold a knife Loading... I wanna eat a "sandtaco" Loading... i thought the dimples on the knife is for non-stick purposes?!!? Loading... he said he was a home cook Loading... wow this is really hard to watch Loading... Wtf is a "santaco"? Loading... SOLD!!…. just about to order 5 or 6 MAC knives now!! Loading... Don't use that sharpening tool for a japanese knife… It's made in another way than the european and should be sharpened with like 3 degrees angle on the one side and 25 degrees on the other Loading... I love my Mac Santoku. That said and with all due respect, they are not the sharpest kitchen knives in the world – not even close. Japanese carbon steel knives can get a whole lot sharper. They do cost you though. Mac's Santoku is a great one though – very good all purpose knife without the worry of your knife reacting to foods and without the headache of keeping it dry every second during prep. Loading... this was very hard to watch Loading... I't's santoku not santuko… Loading... Decent OOTB sharpness. Veggies…did a okay job. Paper…not clean enough. Imagine how sharp they will be after using Japanese water stone and a strop. DO NOT use the sharpening device he recommended. Will end up damaging your knives introducing a recurve at the heel of the cutting edge and round off the tip in time. I'm thinking of buying a MAC MTH-80 as well. Too bad there's no 9" version. Loading... I have the Santoku you show and MAC MTH-80. I cannot say enough good about them. Good video. Loading... @YuNgsAjE That's not a very nice thing to say… The video doesn't intend to show of anyone's knife skills… just the knife itself it seems. Anyway, I urge you to think before you comment… you can hurt peoples feelings! Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.