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Shun LogoShun EliteShun Classic 7 Piece

The Shun Elite knives are great knives designed for serious chefs.  They are formed with the Honyaki method using SG-2 "Super Steel".  The Honyaki method simplified means forming the blade using a single piece of steel.  The method used on the Classic and Ken Onion lines is called Kasumi. 

SG-2 is an exotic powdered steel hardened to 64 Rockwell 




Rating:  Shun Classic Rating 4.5 of 5

Actual Customer Feedback:

"I have small hands and I love to cook. I've tried for 30 years to find just the right knives that handled well and did their jobs. These do it and then some. Too pretty and elegant to keep hidden, I look for excuses to use them."
Portion of Actual User Review From Amazon.com


Bought for his wife who loved them. - Author

"...After using the Shuns for a couple of months, I have come to the conclusion that the Wusthof Grand Prixs fit me better and feel sturdier."

Portion of Actual User Review From Amazon.com


"I've used a famous German brand of knives for years... but now they sit in the block collecting dust. The blade on the Shun is very sharp and holds an edge for a long time."
Portion of Actual User Review on ChefsCatalog.com


Our Research on Shun Classic Cutlery Suggests:

That these are a great set of knives for anybody with the money to purchase them.  They are a bit on the pricey side, but like any investment they pay off in the end with years of service, and time saved. 

Before purchasing please consider the following.  First they're hand specific so if you have more than one kitchen mate make sure you all have the same dominant hand.  Second they're made for people with smaller hands.  Third they have a 16° angle vs. the German angle of 22° so if you're going to sharpen them yourself buy a knife sharpener that sharpens to that angle.   

 

Buy Shun Classic Knives

Left-Handed      Right-Handed

Company Profile:

Shun is owned by the KAI Corporation, which is celebrating their 100th Anniversary in 2008.  KAI is privately owned and operated by Mr. Koji Endo.  The KAI corporation also owns Kershaw and Zero Tolerance Knives.

For more information see their website  or search the BBB

Specifications: The Shun lines vary remarkably between them to read more about their individual specs see each product page.

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