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J.A. Henckels International Everedge Plus 17-Piece Knife Set with Block


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  • 17-piece block set includes: 2-3/4-inch paring; 5-inch tomato; 5-1/2-inch boning; 6-inch utility; 7-inch santoku; 8-inch chef's; 8-inch bread; 8-inch carving
  • Also, 8 4-1/2-inch steak knives; graphite-painted wooden storage block
  • Stamped high-carbon stainless steel blades; micro-serrated edges
  • Contoured santoprene handles backed with stainless steel
  • Dishwasher-safe, but washing by hand recommended; full warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 9 x 5.2 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FMTWSO
  • Item model number: 15505-000
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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At the inexpensive end of the Henckels International range, the Everedge Plus collection features lightweight cutlery with micro-serrated blades that never need sharpening. Differentiating the Plus collection from regular Everedge knives are the handles: Formed of contoured, almost cushy, santoprene instead of polypropylene, the handles are handsomely backed with brushed stainless steel for added leverage and a sleek, contemporary look. Ideal for a student apartment or vacation rental, this 17-piece set contains the following knives: 2-3/4-inch paring; 5-inch tomato; 5-1/2-inch boning; 6-inch utility; 7-inch santoku; 8-inch chef's; 8-inch bread; 8-inch carving; 8 4-1/2-inch steak knives; and a wooden storage block painted graphite gray.

Because of their light weight, the Everedge Plus knives are well-suited to smaller hands and also help reduce tiredness when a large amount of food preparation is required. The molded handles are quite comfortable and resist breakage. While not precision-ground or hand-honed, the stainless-steel blades nevertheless slice and chop with ease, and each features a different serration depending upon its function. All the pieces store in the included block. While the cutlery is dishwasher-safe, washing knives by hand is recommended. A full warranty applies. --Ann Bieri

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Cutlery block set. The set includes: 2-3/4-inch paring; 5-inch tomato; 5-1/2-inch boning; 6-inch utility; 7-inch santoku; 8-inch chef's; 8-inch bread; 8-inch carving; 8 4-1/2-inch steak knives; graphite-painted wooden storage block. 17 items total.

Product Description

This Everedge Plus 17 Pc Block set contains all the essential knives you need for various kitchen tasks. The stamped blades are constructed of corrosion-resistant, stainless steel with micro serrated cutting edges that never need sharpening. The contour


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Customer Reviews

Some are made in Thailand, some in China.
Kim
After a few washes in the dish washer, I noticed rust spots on one of the knives.
shopgirl
This set is so bad I can't regift it without feeling guilty.
myk-the-knife

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68 of 71 people found the following review helpful By T. Bembenek on March 29, 2010
The J.A. Henckels International Everedge Plus 17-Piece Knife Set with Block is excellent quality for home use and family food preparation. For the price, Henckel's International Cutlery is a 5 star product. It never needs sharpening and provides an excellent variety of home kitchen utility cutlery. Henckel also offers additional knives in their International brand for augmenting this set.

If you are a professional, you should not be looking in this price range for your cutlery.

People are buying these knives with the Henckel name expecting the German Solingen stainless steel quality and then they post poor reviews because they got what they payed for. Keep in mind, if you really want the Solingen quality, expect to pay hundreds of dollars more. Example: The Solingen version of the 8" Chef's Knife retails for $180.00, the lowest price I found was $139.95. This knife alone will cost you more than this entire set of 16 knives with wood block.

Consider this: The Zwilling J A Henckel's Twin Profection 7 piece Solingen set, which has a 4-in. Paring Knife, 5-in. Serrated Utility Knife, 6-in. Utility Knife, 8-in. Chef's Knife, 9-in. Sharpening Steel, TwinL Kitchen/Utility Shears and a 16-slot Dark Cherry Knife Block retails for $665.00. The best price I found for Zwilling J.A. Henckels Profection 7-Piece Block Set was $399.95. The 19 pc Solingen set retails for $999.00, best price I found is $599.95. That's a far cry from a Henckels International brand 17 piece set at $80.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Rob Edwards on December 3, 2008
This is overall a nice set of knives, good weight and they don't bend too much. The price is the selling point here, Henckels International means "made in China or Taiwan" not Germany but overall it is a nice set. If you are the person who wants the German name this is not for you but if you want a knife that is sharp and ready to use every day, give them a try.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kim on June 10, 2013
I bought the set of 12 for $180 at JC Penney. All of them rusted after using one time. One of them I've never even used, and it has rusted in the wooden block. Some are made in Thailand, some in China. I have hand washed them and dried them. Very poor quality -- do not recommend.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William E Duffel on January 3, 2014
These are cheap Chinese knives made to a low price point and marketed with Henkels name on them. Beware what you are purchasing. These are stamped, cheap stainless steel and may seem sharp to the unitiated. They will dull and there really is no way to sharpen them. Notice there is no sharpening steel in these sets. These serrated and micro-serrated knives TEAR food- they do not slice.

What good is a serrated CHEF'S KNIFE? 90% of the utility of a Chef's knife is chopping. Spend a few dollars more for a better quality set of kitchen knives or just buy two or three GOOD knives. That's really all you need. A good chefs knife, a boning knife and a slicing knife will do anything you need to do with the possible exception of fileting (most of which a flexible boning knife will suffice for).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Hogan on December 27, 2013
I bought these knives from Herbergers and they rusted almost immediately even though I hand washed and dried them. The "serration" is horrible. Some areas are completely missing the serration/"everedge". I understand that there are varying levels of Henckels but these are complete garbage.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Violeta Jokubaviciene on October 14, 2010
These knives are terrible! They started rusting on day 2 after we started using them and we hand-wash them too! Very very disappointing product... Don't waste your money on this poor quality and immediately rusting ripoff!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Portlandsk8er on December 17, 2011
Just in contradiction of a couple of other reviews, I've had these knives for almost 6 years now and use them constantly - we make everything out of scratch and cut like crazy with these. I couldn't live without them and they do not rust. Every type of knife necessary for things like paring, to sushi-cutting, to anything else.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By myk-the-knife on October 12, 2012
Don't buy these knives they are a terrible waste of money especially at this price range. I was given this set as a gift and I couldn't even look the person in the eye afterwards. The "micro serrations" as they call them are horrid. I figured, this is an actual knife company so the serrations will likely be similar to Spyderco's, something that actually cuts and can be honed. No they are the exact type found on ginsu knives. Calling these "serrations" at all is misinformation, they are file teeth. They don't cut through materials they chew through them. Anyone would be far better off buying a chef knife, a utility and a parer of actual quality. Even getting Old Hickory blades will serve far better. Now I did take the Santoku and hone the serrations off of it (took 43 minutes on an 8x3" extra coarse DMT hone) and after an hour it takes a fantastic edge. I don't know if said edge will hold up as Henckels likely didn't heat treat the blades for that kind of usage. This set is so bad I can't regift it without feeling guilty. Really if you spent the $90 on a single GOOD knife you'd be far better served. J.A. Henckels International Forged Synergy 3-Piece Starter Set This set would be far better and a good deal cheaper.
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