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Dexter-Russell V-Lo 10" Cook's Knife

Dexter-Russell V-Lo 10 Cook's Knife
Item No. V145-10
MFR# 29253
UPC: 092187292538
Price: $41.35
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Dexter Russell V-Lo, a patented state-of-the-art handle design that offers both control and comfort. Soft to the touch, with the firmness you need, plus a modern, attractive look. Stain-free high-carbon steel blade with individually ground and honed edge. Made in USA; NSF certified.
Specifications
Features
Type Chef Knife
Edge Type Straight
Blade Type Stamped
Blade Material Stain-free, high-carbon steel
Blade Shape Straight
Blade Tip Pointed
Handle Yes
Made in USA
Color Black
Color Gray
Handle Color Gray
Handle Material Santoprene and polypropylene
Dimensions and Weights
Blade Size (Length) 10"
Overall Length 15"
Handle Length 5"
Certificate Label
NSF Listed Yes
Reviews
Dexter-Russell V-Lo 10" Cook's Knife Average Customer Rating
5 stars - (2 reviews)
Comfort & Sharp all in One The handle is Just simply the most comfortable handle i've ever had with all of my knives. I have a collection of about 20 knives and use each on for other tasks. This one i use the most for vegetavble cutting.

The sharpness holds up for a nice time after sharpenign and also is already shpart right from the start which saves me a lot of time and no hassle of shparning till a while after using.

By Timothy Walt, North Dakota on December 15, 2015
Awesome Big & Better than Others I've used other brands as well a by far the daxter russel knives have given me the easiest ride and biggest bank for my buck. I say it's quite big so when you think of purchasing these consider the size. But on other hand also think that if you use knife for bigger project or have a lot of slicing to do this will be your best bet.
By Rachel Rice, Alaska on December 15, 2015