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New West KnifeWorks Santoku Chef Knife Fusionwood 2.0 S35VN Reviews

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New Steel Makes Light Work

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Pros: sharp durable blade, light, beautiful handle

Cons: price

  The latest line from our friends at New West Knife works is the upgraded fusion wood “2.0” line. The “fusion wood” line has always distinguished itself from other knifes by the beautifully crafted handles (multiple colors of layered veneer) and well crafted blades. New West’s fusion wood knives have always stood out not just as great pieces of cutlery but as works of art that look as great as they perform.    ChefTalk received three knives (The 9 , The 8 both 2.0 versions as well) and of the three this knife was a Santoku style. Santoku originates from Japan and is generally considered an all purpose kitchen knife. A Santoku makes sense for just about any...
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