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New West KnifeWorks 9" Chef Knife Fusionwood 2.0 Reviews

Joe George

A Work of Art

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Pros: excellent performance

Cons: pricey, blade too narrow at times

  Reviewed by Chef Joe George     Something you'll notice right away about this knife is it's appearance: It is, quite literally, a work of art. Sleek curves, colorful, polished, and ergonomic design; razor sharp and fast slicing; if this knife were a car it would likely be a late 1970's Corvette Stingray. And when you hold it in your hand you'll notice a couple things, too. One is that it is really comfortable. The long curved handle is not only lovely to look at, but it's ergonomic design makes it nice to hold as well. But the thing that struck me the first time I held it was its weight, or more specifically, its lightness. For someone such as myself, who is...
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