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Kar Dell "spiceumup": This is the knife I find myself reaching for most often while working in my kitchen. Why? 1) it feels right in the hand, it is well ballanced and the grip fits my admitedly beefy hands quite well. 2)The excellent ballance makes it feel like a smaller knife in my hand, that is to say I have no touble using it even for semi-precission tasks. This makes it very versitile and I don't find myself switching knives for every task. 3) I find that a few passes across the diamond steel brings the blade up to razor sharp. Once honed on the diamond steel I can prepare meals for hours with only the occasional pass across the diamond steel to maintain the edge.All this said, I will say that the high carbon content of the Henckels knife makes the blade quite hard and if you let the edge go entirely, you will need to find a professional to return the knife to razor sharpness as doing it yourself is very difficult.A side note: I do not use a "regular steel" with any or my knives. They are not really intended to "sharpen" a knife but rather to straighten the edge. The diamond steel will give thes knife back its edge and does so quickly and rather gently at that.
mercat37: I'll admit it - I've fallen in love. I first used this knife at a friend's house, and was blown away by the ease of use - the ginger and garlic practically minced themselves. I immediately ordered it, and have been delighted ever since. The handle fits my (small) hand perfectly and is comfortable to use, it cleans in a snap, and it can cut through anything - no more slamming the spaghetti squash down on the table with a hatchet. One of the best purchases I've made - well-worth the money.
Michael J. Edelman: You can spend a lot more on a knife, but you won't buy any better performance where it counts, in the kitchen. Made of sharpenable stainless with a synthetic handle that will never loosen or break apart, this knife has a nice heft and a good edge and should last most home chefs a lifetime. Give it a few strokes with the steel every time you use it and the edge will last for years without needing to see a sharpening stone.If your cutlery drawer is full of various inexpensive supermarket blades, "miracle" knives and the like, throw them all out and buy one decent blade like this, and you may be amazed how versatile a simple, quality knife can be.
M. Robb: I've had the 6 inch for years and just splurged on this one. It holds a great edge and slices effortlessly.
sac: if you are familiar with the pro s line by henckels, you already know you are going to love this knife. if not, they are well made, well balanced, comfortable, and sharp knives! i love the 6" chef. i use mine every day, multiple times a day, and it's one of the first knives i go to. it is definitely worth every penny. you will have it a lifetime! you actually get really spoiled after using these knives, but you don't realize it till you are using lesser quality knives at a friend's kitchen! buy it, you will love it.