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Take a stab at meal prep with this Japanese chef knife on sale for 50% off


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TL;DR: As of June 28, the Kiru Knife™ Kurouchi Chef Knife is on sale for 50% off, so you can get it for $84.99 instead of its usual $169.99.


It doesn’t matter if you’re a wizard in the kitchen or struggle to dice an onion, one thing you can’t get around is how useful a quality chef knife is. Besides making prepwork a breeze, an all-purpose knife that will keep its edge sharp is just safer than low-quality alternatives

If you’re picking out the razor-sharp lynchpin for your kitchen, give the Kiru Knife™ Kurouchi Chef Knife a try. This high-carbon steel blade is exceptionally durable, and it may also be the prettiest piece of cutlery in your kitchen. You can get one on sale for $84.99 (Reg. $169) for a limited time. 

Some knives feel like they lose their edge the first time you use them, and that’s as annoying as it is dangerous. The Kiru Knife™ is made of 67 layers of high-carbon stainless steel. When it comes to metal for your knives, high-carbon steel like this is the recommendation because it's designed to keep its edge, resist rust, and it shouldn’t bend as much as plain stainless steel. The blade is also nitrogen-cooled, which helps prevent chipping and improves edge retention. That edge has been sharpened at an 8-12-degree angle which makes quick, smooth work of soft materials like meat. 

This is all to say that the Kiru Knife™ is designed to last while keeping an incredibly sharp blade. That blade isn’t the only stunning feature, though. This knife sports a gorgeous feather pattern and a maple and G-10 Garolite handle that’s resistant to heat, cold, and moisture, and it looks phenomenal. The shape of the handle is also designed for comfort, which is great because you’ll likely be spending more time in the kitchen when you realize even cutting vegetables is now fun. 

Give your kitchen one standout piece that you can rely on for a little bit of everything. Usually the Kiru Knife™ Kurouchi would run you $169, but for a limited time, it’s on sale for $84.99. 

Prices subject to change. 

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