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Broken Katana 5'' santoku knife with stainless steel handle

I bought a beautiful Cuisinart knife set, stainless steel handles, 9 knives, 8 steak knives, knife sharpener and utility sissors. Some body used the 5'' santoku knife and broke the blade. Where I can find a replacement knife.........it must have a stainless steel handle to match the set. Please help

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  • michelemarch Jan 01, 2009

    I went on www.cuisinart.com to start with, and can't find how to get the knife that I am looking for, so that is why I am paying for your service. I bought a beautiful Cuisinart knife set, stainless steel handles, 9 knives, 8 steak knives, knife sharpener and utility sissors. Some body used the 5'' santoku knife and broke the blade. Where I can find a replacement knife.........it must have a stainless steel handle to match the set. Please help

  • michelemarch Jan 01, 2009

    Still need the knife, must be able to get it somewhere??? Come on guys, you're the experts

  • michelemarch Jan 05, 2009

    I am awaiting to see if Calphon can assist, will let you know, as soon as I can contact them. No body working there on the weekend

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    Give me the FixYa when done .. Thanks, Crayz

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    Has calphalon been able to help you?

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Go to www.Cuisinart,com customer service! they should be able to help you!
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K...
do you want to purchase it from net?

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  • ronny2051 Jan 01, 2009

    sorry to say but there is no such knife blade on internet.
    Note: its a complete set to purchase.

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