Sunday, February 28, 2016

Okami Nakama Chef's Knife Review & Giveaway


Okami Nakama Chef Knife which is 8” is all in one no need to purchase so many different knives. If you had to have only one knife this gyuto chef's knife would be it. It is the multi-purpose knife by excellence and is designed for chopping, mincing, slicing and dicing. It is perfect for sushi and sashimi and anything else you want to cut with it. High-quality material VG10 super steel core imported from Japan, clad with softer stainless steel to protect it. This is done following the ancient techniques used in the crafting of samurai swords and results in a superb 67 layers Damascus steel blade that combines elegance and high performance. The presence of cobalt in the steel is a sign of excellence and the 1% carbon means that our steel is genuine high carbon stainless steel, the steels guarantees an excellent edge retention and resistance to corrosion, ergonomic handle made of pakka wood imported from Spain.

                Razor sharp and lightweight with modern techniques is what allows for an extremely acute edge angle. It comes with a double bevel, 50:50 ratio and a comprehensive angle of 30 degrees max, 12-15° per side. This results in a very sharp edge and means that less force needs to be applied to cut through ailments and prevents wrist fatigue. Chef’s Knife comes with a premium packaging created by a world class award winning designer, an edge guard, a plastic cover for protection, a Ōkami cleaning cloth, and the Ōkami kanji stamped on the butt of the knife.
My Opinion: I really like the way the knife arrived as it was professional packed and visually attractive. I have carpal tunnel in my wrist so this helped to not make my wrist hurt as much as with the old knife I used. I like the lifetime warranty and money back guarantee they offer.
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Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

18 comments:

  1. I like their Shin'Yu Paring Knife. I have a few but they are cheap and would like a nice one like this.

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  2. I like the Shin'Yu Paring Knife.

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  3. I like the Tomodachi Collection Santoko knife.

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  4. Shin'Yu Paring Knife 3.5 Inch is pretty good too

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  5. I'm in love with Santoku Knife 7'' - Model DŌSHI, it features oval kullens (hollow edge) to keep the food from sticking to the blade.

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  6. I like the Tomodachi Collection Santoko knife.

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  7. I also like their Santoku Knife 7'' - Model DŌSHI knife. I wish they also made a bread knife! I need one of those also.

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  8. I'd use and like their Shin'Yu Paring Knife the most since I eats mostly fruits and veggies.

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  9. I also have bouts of carpal tunnel that started years ago. The Santoku Knife 7'' - Model DŌSHI is another I'd like to try.

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  10. I could have used their Shin'Yu Paring Knife yesterday. Would love to try it.

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  11. I like the Santoku Knife 7'' - Model DŌSH.

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  12. I like the "Shin'Yu Paring Knife 3.5 Inch" one

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  13. I use the Chinese cutting technique and would love the 7'' Santoku Knife for this.

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  14. I'd like to get a set of the Shin'Yu Paring Knife and the Santoku Knife 7'' - Model DŌSHI, since I can use both.

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  15. If I won this 8 inch Chef Knife, the Shin'Yu Paring Knife would be a great addition to the set.

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