[Review] Farberware Commercial 7 inch Santoku knife

[Review]  Farberware Commercial 7 inch Santoku knife

I am reviewing the 7 inch Santaku forged triple riveted knife from Farberware. Great knife and cheap. 10 to 12 bucks at Walmart. Great quality knife and will be perfect for home use. I recommend hand washing, but you can wash in dishwasher.

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21 Responses to [Review] Farberware Commercial 7 inch Santoku knife

  1. B Matza says:

    Were not allowed to have tape around the knives in our kitchen like that. FDA came is and spotted a knife with tape and it factors in our score.

  2. 1111TP1111 says:

    This is a santoku knife and is not design to cut food or anything in a rocking motion way like the German style chef's knifes are. Santoku knifes are meant to be used in a up and down rapid motion (especially the one on this video, since it is very flat). Sorry but it would be a good idea to mention that instead of showing people how not to use santoku knifes in the kitchen.

  3. Big Rocky says:

    I like they way you get right to the point and you always offer useful information, thanks!

  4. King Cat says:

    is that the wusthof santoku but unbranded?

  5. 1lapmagic says:


  6. couchpoet1 says:

    You rock dani!! Thank you!

  7. devolve42 says:

    The Rebecca Black of the kitchen. 

  8. Ed Bishop says:

    Dani, as a 63 year old gentleman I must say your skill and beauty are perfect. You  have won me over as a life time viewer. Thanks for all you give us and keep it up. Edward

  9. A Freethinker says:

    You use the Santoku as if it were a European chef's knife. Might as well have bought one ms. Spies.

  10. Andrew Jackson says:

    Apparently it's a santuko because of the granton edge. I thought all styles could have that edge actually. My Hatori Santoku doesn't have that edge, guess he doesn't know how to make them properly.

  11. Frank C says:

    Point 1 = So wrong!!!!!!
    Point 2 = People didn't tune in to see her boobs!
    Point 3 = Learn how to place your words correctly before writing!

  12. Frank C says:

    I love my Shun Santoku, it has more of a curve then most of them, and can easily be used in a rocking motion!! chiquepilot, you are a total asshole with no knowlege of how to use knives!!!

  13. ZerkaS says:

    A "santuko"? Really? -_-

  14. Sulaymonbek Shamansurov says:

    Awesome thanks

  15. Zuheyr Alsalihi says:

    Great thank you!

  16. Nadeem Aibani says:

    her other vid said she reaches for her 8 inch chef knife 99% of the time!!

  17. Phil Noel says:

    I like you , you are very watchable …

  18. Jessica Corwin says:

    Fantastic overview. Thankyou!


    Hubbu Hubbu;)

  20. Skrill X says:

    this knife is crap. the normal chef's knife is better than this 'sontoku' crap.

  21. Roar says:

    Came from Ariyelle…. life changing stuff.

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