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Sabatier 17-Piece Soft Grip Forged Stainless Steel Knife Block Set
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- Stainless steel blade holds an ultra-sharp edge
- Professionally balanced knife offers precision and reliability
- Soft nonslip handle provides a comfortable grip
- Stainless steel end cap features the trademark Sabatier griffin
- Hand washing recommended
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Size: 17-Piece | Style Name: Stainless
From the Manufacturer
Get to Know the Craftsmanship and Meticulous Detail of Sabatier
Sabatier Cutlery in Sustainable Materials such as Olive Wood, Mother of Pearl, and Stainless Steel
Sabatier Cutlery Sets with Acacia Wood Block
Acacia wood is especially prized for its durability, lustrous finish, and varied shades. Ergonomically designed triple riveted handles provide ease when cutting.
Open Stock Knives
Premium Sabatier knives will ensure best in class food prep. From the Chef's knife to the Santoku knife, your kitchen will benefit from high performance cutlery.
Olive Wood Collection
Made in France, each knife in the olive wood collection features a true olive wood handle, known for its beauty and comfort of use. Knives are perfectly weighted and balanced for control and feature sharp high quality stainless steel blades.
Mother of Pearl Collection
Black Mother of Pearl knives with handles made of one of the most exclusive pearl materials in the knife market, can be used daily for chopping, precision dicing, slicing, and mincing.
Sabatier Cookware, Cutlery, and Utensils
Every day kitchen prep simplified with the quality and innovation of Sabatier.
With origins that date to 1810 in the Thiers region of France, the Sabatier brand represents the story of a craftsman, Philippe Sabatier, who painstakingly and meticulously crafted goods in the confines of his workshop until they brought him great recognition and fame. Renowned for the fine quality of work and a passionate attention to detail, Sabatier’s reputation for excellence quickly grew – as did his success.
Philippe authorized other members of his family, also fine craftsmen in the same region, to reproduce his knife so it could be more readily available.
For differentiation, the various members combined the name Sabatier with a logo, a letter or a word, thus constituting variations forming various brands. Those brands were progressively assigned to third parties outside the family.
Top Customer Reviews
1. These set is not stainless as it is stated. We have always washed it with hand and have taken a good care of them. It hasn't helped,they don't look stainless at all now.
2. Two of six steak knives have broken already.
3. Knives loose their sharpness pretty quickly.
I think it is a better idea to spend money on something else.
Update: I think I found the reason because this set is low quality. Ok, Sabatier is a name that can be used by several cutlery companies because the name hasn't right reserved. There are many of them made in China but there are also some "real" Sabatier such as Sabatier Diamond or Lion. Still, no all which are made in France are high quality according to Wikipedia. So, buying a Sabatier knife isn't an easy task at least that you know what you are buying.
It LOOKED like such a nice knife set, although the fact that the steak knives were non-serrated gave me pause. And rightfully so, as even on their first use, I had to saw and saw, and then finally RIP through a piece of meat. I'd have had better luck with butter knives.
The chef's knife was sharp for about a week, then got completely dull. I assume the sharpening steel included was meant as a taunting joke, as it did nothing. Finally I borrowed my mother's high-end knife sharpener and sharpened all the knives. They were blunt again before the week was out. Ridiculous. They also stain easily. Lest you think it's because I take poor care of my knives, think again. I don't own a dishwasher and I don't allow cutlery to sit in the sink very long.
Dull knives are not only useless, they are dangerous. You have a much higher risk of cutting yourself with a dull knife. Some things are worth paying more for quality: knives are definitely among those things. Don't cheap out. At the VERY least, read and heed customer reviews. Buy yourself the best knives you can; it doesn't even have to be a full set. You can buy good knives a la carte and assemble your own set. Take care of your knives, always wash them by hand and dry them immediately no matter what it tells you about them being "dishwasher safe", and they will last you the rest of your life.
I've never used them in the dishwasher, always cleaned and dried them when done using them and what do I have now? Tips broken off of the cheap steel. Broken at the handle knives that are honestly the worst ones I've ever had. I wouldn't give these to anyone. I maybe have 4-5 of them left as I don't use the bread and chopping knives as much as I did the smaller ones - but out of a set of "18" - that's pathetic. Sure the scissors and sharpener count as 2 - but still. Avoid this if you can.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rust and snaps below the hidden black handle resulting in the tool looking safe until use. While cutting soft vegetables the tool snaps resulting in the loose blade bouncing off... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Jason
We received these as a gift and thought they were the real deal. They stained and rusted very quickly and the steak knives started breaking. These are KNOCKOFF Sabatier knivesPublished 1 month ago by Adam F. Johnson
Came chipped and cracked. Did not have the correct openings for my 14 piece Sabatier knife set.Published 3 months ago by Judo1021
Good knife block, a little rough but does it's job and nice for the price. *just a note a 12 inch honing steel will not fitPublished 4 months ago by John
I was cooking with the new knives and slipped. I almost severed the tip of my left thumb. I think the shape could be a little more grip worthy.Published 4 months ago by Catherine Maiorino
We love them. It's a beautiful set that if well cared for, washed AND dried immediately, is a great set.Published 5 months ago by nicole g
I purchased these knives to replace my old set, and was specifically looking for a set that had steak knives in it that were not serrated, so that I could just sharpen them myself. Read morePublished on November 29, 2012 by twinmama