I was browsing a Williams-Sonoma catalog that came to my house and I saw this Shun knife. It has a wavy blade that is also serrated. Of course I can read the description that WS gives about high and low frequency yadda yadda yadda...
But on top of being a sharpening nightmare, I just find myself confused and asking "Why?"
Is there some solid reason to produce a knife like this other than just selling it to gadget-addicted home cooks?
With that said, the description did make me laugh when it said: "This versatile blade excels at a wide variety of tasks, from slicing delicate mushrooms to chunking pineapple."
Ooooooooh, this knife is very versatile. None of my knives can handle both of those difficult cutting chores.