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J.A. Henckels International Everedge 13-Piece Knife Set with Bonus Cheese Knife

December 6, 2015 - Comment

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Equip your kitchen with a set of knives from one of the most esteemed names in cutlery%2E Representing value%2C as well as a recognized brand name%2C these knives never need sharpening and are economically priced%2E As well as the basics for food prep%2C this set also contains six steak knives and

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Equip your kitchen with a set of knives from one of the most esteemed names in cutlery%2E Representing value%2C as well as a recognized brand name%2C these knives never need sharpening and are economically priced%2E As well as the basics for food prep%2C this set also contains six steak knives and a bounus fork%2Dtipped tomato%2Fcheese knife%2EThe blades in this set of slim, lightweight knives are stamped in stainless steel, and their edges are microserrated and therefore touted as never needing sharpening. The handles are formed of tough polypropylene and are seamless, allowing for better hygiene. The set includes six kitchen knives, six 5-inch steak knives, and a rubber-footed wood block that has slots for them all. The kitchen knives include an 8-inch chef’s knife with a curved blade for rocking through a chopping task; a 5-inch tomato knife with a narrow, curved blade; an 8-inch bread knife; a 6-inch utility knife; a 6-inch boning knife for meats, poultry, and fish; and a 2-1/2-inch paring knife for peeling and cleaning vegetables and fruits. As a bonus, a pronged-tip knife designed to slice cheese and spear the slices is included. While the knives are dishwasher-safe, they should be hand washed to preserve their edges. Unlike Henckels’s premier knives, which are made in Germany, these knives are made in China; however, they do carry the company’s lifetime warranty against defects. –Fred Brack

What’s in the Box
8-inch chef’s, 5-inch tomato, 8-inch bread, 6-inch utility, 6-inch boning, 2-1/2-inch paring, six 5-inch steak knives, hardwood block

Product Features

  • Includes 8-inch chef’s, 5-inch tomato, 8-inch bread, 6-inch utility, 6-inch boning, 2-1/2-inch paring, and six 5-inch steak knives in hardwood block
  • Bonus cheese knife ideal for slicing cheese and spearing slices
  • Stamped, mirror-polished, stainless-steel, micro-serrated blades
  • Durable, hygienic, polypropylene handles
  • Lifetime warranty against defects

Comments

Diane says:

For the money… you can’t go wrong!! We purchased these knives…and think they’ve been worth every penny. They’re sharp, comfortable to grip, aesthetically appealing, and come in a nice assortment. Certain knives like the Chef’s knife and the table/steak knives have become the proverbial ‘work horse’ of the set while the tomato knife hasn’t really seen the light of day since it left the box. The polypropylene handles are capable of withstanding high temperatures and, because of their nature, do not harbor bacteria like some…

Anonymous says:

Good Deal For The Price Our knives were in pretty awful condition – I was getting tired of pushing the blade of the steak knife back in the handle every time I sawed through a piece of meat. Sure I’d love to have a set of top-grade Henckels but given the price of something like that plus the fact that we don’t use knives that often, I figured this second-tier set was worth a try. The knives are nice and sharp. The construction quality is decent and it suits our purposes fine – they look good, cut well and fit in…

A Customer says:

How to buy knives for a lifetime of cooking First, a caveat: These knives, while trash by Henckels’ traditional standards, are still better than the huge majority of knives sold each year. They are not, however, comparable in any way to the “real” knives made by Henckels, Wusthof, or other top manufacturers. 

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