KitchenAid 12-Piece Stamped Delrin Knife Block Set, Red
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- The 12-piece set includes an 8-inch chef knife, 8-inch slicing knife, 5-1/2 serrated utility knife, 3-1/2 paring knife, 5-inch Santoku knife, 4 steak knives, kitchen shears, sharpening steel, and storage block.
- Blades are constructed of high-carbon stainless steel, which hold an ultra-sharp edge longer than conventional stainless steel.
- The contoured handles offer a comfortable grip plus the knives are well weighted and balanced for precision and accuracy while cutting.
- Organize and store your cutlery in the included knife block.
- Knives are not dishwasher safe. Hand-wash with warm water and a mild detergent; rinse and dry immediately.
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Color: Red | Size: 12-Piece
Top Customer Reviews
I would have liked to see these knives last longer without getting little rust spots, but overall they held up for a few years and for the price I don't think you can beat the quality. Our knives are approx 4 years old.
First of all, the block is sturdy and appropriately sized. I've purchased sets before where the tips of the knives came out the bottom of the block, which isn't exactly good for the knives or the counter, so this was big plus for me.
The blades themselves are stainless steal. They polish up nicely and hold a sharp edge. They are not dishwasher safe; but stainless steal never is. I just wanted to throw that out there for those of you who might not be aware.
I knew that the handles were plastic, but I honestly expected them to be chincier. The plastic is smooth, solid and well weighted. My husband's a chef and only uses knives where the steal runs the length of the knife, making up the backbone of the handle. I got these because using his is stressful; he's very particular about their care. But even he agrees that these are decent, and thought I'd paid more than I did.
I think this is a great set and well worth the price.
I have not contacted KitchenAid or the seller yet and will post the results of contacting them.
The knives are really sharp, I know these are only cheap compared to how much you could spend on knives but a good 'intro' set for the beginner. I'd only ever had hand me downs or walmart sets before and the difference with sharp knives when cooking is amazing!
Much more enjoyable.
I've never had a problem with any Kitchenaid product, they are usually built well and good value.
These do rust easily though however someone in our household, who shall remain nameless, did put some of them in the dishwasher and they are the ones that have rusted a little.
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First and foremost, I bought this same set in black not from Amazon, but from a flash deal site after our Chicago Cutlery set was destroyed by our dog chewing on the handles of the knives (yes, you read that correctly -- ugh, don't ask!).
What I enjoy most about this set is its versatility: there are several different types of knives, a set of kitchen shears for chicken/etc, and also a sharpening steel. If you're looking for more steak knives, KitchenAid also makes a 16 piece set that features a longer row on the bottom filled with more steak knives. For me, though, four is the perfect amount. Additionally, it comes with a little sheet that tells you how to best use each knife. Could I look this up online? Yes, certainly, but I appreciated having this in the box as it's easy to reference and, for someone who doesn't know much about what knife goes with what in terms of food prep, it was extremely helpful.
The knives themselves are sturdy and I very much like that their handles are smooth, yet strong. With our Chicago Cutlery set, we had strictly wooden handles and, over time, they did become rougher to the touch. I prefer these and I don't see anything wrong with the handles, unlike some reviews that I've read on Amazon.
I'm quite pleased with this set. I cook frequently, but I'm not a gourmet chef -- I was primarily looking for a set of decently-priced knives that would last several years.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Be careful with these knives!: the shape at the blade/handle is badly wrought -- there's a sharp edge which can cut the ball of the index finger joint inside the grip -- oddly... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Brian Taylor
A very nice set! Extremely sharp and all one piece makes them easy to clean.Published 13 days ago by david N
I bought this after owning the fiesta cutlery set with oak block and it is garbage, really low grade. I wanted a block with steak knives. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love this set! It matches all of my red KitchenAid appliances perfectly. Great knife set for a great price!Published 24 days ago by Wendy
Missing scissors and extra knife included. I'm returning to have another one sent to me with all itemsPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer