Schmidt Bros. Kitchen Cutlery Schmidt Brothers - Bonded Teak, 7” Santoku Knife, High-Carbon German Stainless Steel Cutlery

Bonded Teak, 7” Santoku Knife

We call this mother of all Santoku knives Bonded Teak because the 100% German stainless steel blade and South Asian Teak Wood handle were designed to be in perfect harmony, giving you a precise and pleasurable experience for cutting, slicing and mincing vegetables, fruit, fish or boneless chicken. Just wait till you use this exquisite Santoku knife in your kitchen. You’ll bond pretty quickly, too.

Regular price$69.99
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  9" bread knife

  8" chef's knife

  8" slicer

  7" santoku

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  4" paring knife

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All of our wood is FSC-certified sustainable wood

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German stainless steel and fortified pakkawood handle

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"Wow, that’s good!” Are they talking about your food, or your Bonded Ash knives? With blades made from a single piece of German steel, and handles sculpted from Ash wood, it’s hard to tell. Just wait till you get them into your kitchen. You’ll bond pretty quickly, too.

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Schmidt Brothers Curve®

Our patented curved bolster gives a unique and comfortable grip for ergonomic slicing

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This is my favorite thing in my kitchen. I have owned one for a number of years and we will be moving soon so it is the first thing I ordered to make sure I would have one in the new house as well. Many people who come to our home ask about it and want one!


This was a great purchase for us! Nice quality, light weight and easy to hang.


Looks great, followed the instructions to wipe down with cutting board oil and there was no color bleed which is fantastic.

Matt G