There's a reason why Ginsu's are not still popular. No matter how many times you polish them with a Sham-Wow.
Weren't Ginsu knives made in Japan, back in the '80s, when Japan was the cheena?What??? I am still using Ginsu Knives I bought decades ago.
I keep getting new ones with the lifetime warranty, cut one tomato, then get a new one under warranty
ginsu knives -
GINSU agrees to replace, or at GINSU’s option, exchange for an item that is, at the sole determination of GINSU, of equal or greater value, any GINSU knife with defects in material or workmanship for the lifetime of the product. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from normal wear, negligence, misuse, abuse, institutional/commercial use or use for purposes other than normal household use.