Knives Out

This Japanese-Style Chef’s Knife Is Going to Sell Out Today


March 10, 2020 Home By
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Made In, the brand that makes restaurant-grade cookware for home cooks, just released a limited run of 7-inch santoku knives. Only 650 of these knives were made, and the last time the brand sold a limited release knife, it sold out in hours.

Santoku knives are kitchen workhorses, designed to tackle most cutting needs. These knives are easily distinguishable by their scalloped blades, which are meant to prevent food from sticking to the knife. Made In’s versions are made in the French knifemaking capitol of Thiers. They’re fully forged and the handles are handmade in Spain out of sugarcane and corn starch. They’re $189 while supplies last.

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Tyler Chin

Tyler Chin is Gear Patrol’s Editorial Associate for Editorial Operations. He's from Queens, where tempers are short and commutes are long. Too bad the MTA doesn't have a team like Ed-Ops.

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