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Save $44 Off This Precision Japanese Chef Knife With a High-Carbon Steel Blade

posted by Mark Myerson - 5.03.22

You probably have a range of different knives to choose from in the kitchen. But what about when you want to prepare food outdoors? You might want to whip up a meal during a camping trip or slice through meats at your next barbecue, and your typical kitchen knives may feel out of place in these environments.

The Seido Kyodai Utility Chef Knife is the perfect tool for these scenarios, with a precision steel blade and natural oak wood handle. It’s normally available for $99, but you can get it today for only $54.99 in a special deal for Hannity viewers. 

Whether you’re the next Bear Grylls or just a backyard cook, it’s always good to have a knife that can handle any food prep task. Inspired by Japanese design, the Seido Kyodai can make a great addition to any chef’s arsenal. It works perfectly as a utility knife in the kitchen, or you can take it into the great outdoors to prepare delicious meals during your adventures.

The Kyodai has several features that stand out. First, there’s the actual blade. Made from high-carbon stainless steel, it has a fine cutting edge that stays sharp for ages. The metal is just 4mm thin and has a 40º cutting angle for ultra-precise cuts, and the full-tang design makes the Kyodai quite durable.

A premium oakwood handle provides good grip, and there’s a laser-carved finger hole for better control in the hand. The knife also comes with a premium leather sheath — perfect for attaching to your belt or slipping into the pocket of your cargo pants.

Order today for just $54.99 to get your hands on this beautiful cooking accessory, saving a massive 44% on the MSRP!

 

Seido™ Kyodai Utility Chef Knife – $54.99

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