Santoku Knife – 18cm
Known as the Santoku, this knife’s name translates into “three virtues,” which in the kitchen are slicing, dicing and mincing.
The blade is made of 64 layers of forged Damascus steel, which provides superior flexibility and protects the core from corrosion. The VG-10 steel core gives the blade stability and an exceptionally sharp edge.
Handle: Olive Wood
Knives 2-year Limited Warranty – Le Creuset Canada Inc.
Le Creuset Knives are warranted to you by Le Creuset Canada Inc. to be free from defects in material and workmanship at the time of its purchase. For this 2-year Limited Warranty to apply, you must follow the care and use instructions. This warranty covers normal household use only.
Damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse or commercial use.
Stains, discolouration or corrosion is expressly excluded from this warranty.
This 2-Year Limited Warranty covers the original retail consumer purchaser of the utensil, or a consumer who receives the utensil new and unused as a gift from the original retail purchaser. Coverage terminates if a covered consumer sells or otherwise transfers the utensil (this warranty is provided only to consumers, and all express and implied warranties to non-consumers are disclaimed).
This 2-Year Limited Warranty does not extend any implied warranty provided by any provincial or territorial law to a consumer. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from province and or territory. (Some provinces and or territories do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you).
Defective knives will be replaced free of charge, or replaced by a similar product or one of equivalent value if the product is no longer in production, upon return of the damaged piece to Le Creuset Canada.
This 2-Year Limited Warranty is made solely by Le Creuset Canada Inc., and no other person or entity. This 2-Year Limited Warranty is the only express warranty provided for the utensil. For help and advice, call the toll-free helpline: 1-866-666-6162 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To make a claim under this 2-Year Limited Warranty, you must contact our consumer service department by phone or email.
Please include the following information:
- Your name, delivery address, phone number
- The approximate age of the cookware
- Where the cookware was purchased
- How and when the damage began
- Pertinent use and care details
- Photos of damaged cookware
Once you have received your authorization number, we will supply you with the mailing address where your damaged product will be received. You are welcome to send your returns by Canada Post or the courier service of your choice. Returns shipped “collect” or COD will not be accepted. We recommend using a trackable means to return your cookware as Le Creuset Canada is not responsible for damages, lost or stolen merchandise. Be advised the normal turnaround time on returns is between 2-4 weeks after receipt of item.
A knife with a sharp blade is both easier and safe to use. For sharpening knives with damask steel blades we recommend a pull through sharpened. Knives with regular stainless steel blades can be sharpened with a sharpening steel. We recommend sharpening regularly to maintain the edge.
We recommend cutting on wooden or plastic surfaces only and avoid cutting on hard surfaces like stone, slate, ceramic, marble, metal or glass as they can damage the cutting edge.
For optimal care, we recommend hand-washing your knife in hot soapy water, rinsing and drying thoroughly. This will help to maintain its sharpness and avoid damage to the edge. Always keep the sharp cutting edge away from your hand.
Not suitable for the dishwasher.
We recommend using a knife block or magnetic rack for storage. Kitchen knives should never be stored loose in a drawer – the blades may get damaged. Correct storage also helps prevent injury.
- Ensure the knife is always visible. Do not cover with kitchen towels or leave a knife immersed in soapy water.
- Always use the appropriate knife for the cutting task.
- Never try to catch a knife if dropped.
- Always keep knives safely out of the reach of children.
- Never test the sharpness of a knife by running your finger along the edge.