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Miracle Blade III 16 Piece Knife and Block Set Miracleblade

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  • 5 years in development
  • Spectacular 3-in-1 Edge
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Revolutionary Comfort Handles
  • 16 Piece Set
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  • Shipping Weight: 8.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000VDFHI6
  • Item model number: MIraclebladeIIIset
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (227 customer reviews)
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5 years in development Spectacular 3-in-1 Edge Dishwasher Safe Revolutionary Comfort Handles 16 Piece Set

Customer Reviews

Very sharp knives.
Aubrey Brewer
Best of all, if they ever go bad, I'll just buy a new set!
GO
I STILL have my set of knives from TEN years ago!
MJ

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61 of 66 people found the following review helpful By C. Evans on May 3, 2009
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Okay so the Miracle Blade company has a terrible reputation, almost nonexistent customer service & doesn't make the worlds best knives by any means. So why the high rating? You get what you pay for. These are cheap-n-cheerful quality, which if that's what you're looking for, is fine in my opinion. Maybe you don't want to spend $200 on a set of knives? I know I don't.

These are cheap for a reason. They won't hold an edge as long as more expensive brands. They also tend to tarnish especially when placed in the dishwasher. But at this price you can afford to replace them once a year. Initially they're VERY sharp & with normal use will hold an edge for a fair amount of time.

The Fillet & Rock-n-Chop cleaver are my favorites. Both are great designs. The steak knives, while somewhat cheap looking, make short work of even the toughest steak. The others do their jobs well enough.

If you're on a budget or enjoy having a new set of knives often these will do the trick. If you view your knives as a status symbol or insist on only the best then these are not for you. You get what you pay for here.
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47 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Just Lil' Ol' Me on July 17, 2009
First, be extremely careful with the chop & scrape 'cleaver'. I've had two of them disintegrate the handle in use. The second one almost cost me a hand.

Now, the bigger problem. These knives are made from the cheapest source of stainless steel you could imagine. As I understand it, China is famous for using 'recycled' stainless, which is not pure stainless. It has bits of iron and whatever else is lying around in it. This is where your rust and stains come from. I understand China has no rules concerning perceived steel quality.

Now, that doesn't mean you can't get a good knife made in china. A lot of high-end knives are made in china. I have a set of Rosenthal AG knives that are beautiful, and made in china. Been in the dishwasher a dozen times, and not a single spot or rust spot.

The difference? They are spec'd, and are made from, true virgin stainless steel. Not the cheap, crappy recycled crap these are (apparently) made from.

I will say this. From a use/functional standpoint, the Rock n Chop cleaver (which is a modified Santuko), is the most brilliant Knife I've ever used.

It's just a bummer to have to break out the stainless polish weekly to remove the rust stains, which occur even with hand washing.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By David Nichols on November 29, 2007
I purchased a set of these knives with the block at a demonstration at the Puyallup fair in Washington State and I can happily say these knives are by far the best I've ever own! I got a set for me and my girlfriend and she absolutely loves them!! In fact, when it comes to food preparation, I'm the one that tells her to let all the food cutting to me because I really like using them. I'm so impressed with these knives that I am going to buy a set of them for my parents because the knives they own have to constantly be sharpened while these knives NEVER need to be sharpened!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Doh on October 30, 2012
These knives are cheaply made, but none the less excellent. In some of the infomercials they visit the custom knifemaker, Arlan Lothe who designed these blades. Lothe was an accomplished designer of edges, including the Firestone Belt Axe. The key is that Lothe is a designer whose love of knives was expressed in their beautiful design, and innovative features. Cheap delivery in the Miracle Blades, but excellent design.

The main material used in these knives is a thin stainless steel that is stamped from a variety of thickenesses to suit the knife type. This is a cheap method that has been used in TV knives for ever. What made the Miracle Blades the best selling knife set of all time is that they project sophisticated ideas and eye-catching shapes onto this format.

Since this material dulls easily, normally it is paired with a serrated edge that will retain some cutting power even after it dulls. Lothe, however, selected a sophisticated compound serration pattern similar to the Spyderedge, and variants. These edges increase shear cutting edge length, while adding sharp points for penetrating power. Not all knives use this pattern, the edge geometry is selected to match the use.

While the designs are good, one still needs some skill in their use. In my case I have always lived in households that baked their own bread. In 50 years that amounts to well over 18000 loaves, and probably around 400 000 slices. Whatever a reviewer said in a Youtube video, I can say that the slicer is the most effective bread knife I have ever used, and that is not even what it was mainly designed for.

I find the Steak knives excellent for making sandwiches, and OK for steak.
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43 of 53 people found the following review helpful By jakatak on September 3, 2009
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Jack Scalfani from the "Cooking With Jack" Show reviews the Miracle Blades series III to show you if it really is as good as it claims. Watch the Cooking With Jack Show at youtube(dot)com/jakatak69 for more product reviews.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pen-Ink-Book on August 1, 2008
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I may never buy another set of knives again! There seems to be one for every occasion in this set. The only flaw is that I contacted the company concerning stipling on two of the steak knives and they never responded. :^(
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