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Sharp Select Surgical Stainless Steel Cutlery

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  • 10 piece set Sharp Select surgical stainless steel cutlery
  • Chef Series Deluxe. Includes 4 steak knives
  • Never need sharpening. Lifetime guarantee
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The type of knife you need for all your kitchen cutting needs. Sharp surgical stainless steel that never dulls. Can even cut through a hammer handle! Buy it here for only 39.99. Life time warranty included. Never have to buy another knife again! Butcher Knife x1 Filet knife x1 Long Serrated Carving Knife x2 Serrated Steak Knife x4 Paring knife x2

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • ASIN: B007OWPNUO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,955 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Vy Tran on February 2, 2014
Like some others, I also bought a set of these knives at a BJ's Warehouse Club for about $40. They served me well for three or four years. Rust spots started showing up when I started getting lazy and put them in the dishwasher instead of hand washing and drying them. The people who complained about their knives getting dull probably didn't use a honing steel to keep their knives sharp. Also, I'm pretty sure Sharp Select has the most brilliant bread knife I've ever seen. It slices through the softest breads without squashing them. My mother has a bread knife from Oneida and it's absolutely useless compared to the Sharp Select one.

After several years, I'm finally sending my knives in to be replaced. Other commenters have had their knives replaced without issue, so I'm optimistic they'll send me back a new set.

UPDATE 2/18/14: Just received the replacement knives for the rusted ones I sent in with no problems. Huzzah!

I also wanted to add another thought: Some folks have made the statement that stainless steel doesn't rust, which simply isn't true. Stainless steel might be more resistant to rusting, but it can and will rust eventually.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Joe Tech on June 16, 2014
I worked in restaurants for years, I have many, MANY knives. My wife tried to buy me something to fit my interests, and got these.

I wouldn't have bought them, as I know exactly what these are. That said, what they are is a decent mass produced knife set with decent steel, nice handles that won't trap food or separate, and a pretty good factory sharpening as they come out of the box.

What they are NOT is some sort of wonder steel, nor rustproof. But then, no knife on the planet is actually rustproof, except ceramic. If you are washing knives in a dishwasher, shame on you. It's bad for wood handles, bad for edges, and bad for the metal. Don't do it, ever!

As for the stay sharp baloney...come on folks. There is no such thing. Even ceramic will wear eventually. Hard knives that stay sharp are hard to sharpen when they finally get dull, soft knives that sharpen easily need to be sharpened more often. That's it. The cheap softer steel will stain easily as well...get over it, it doesn't affect the knife's ability to work. One of my favorite knives is a Chicago cutlery chefs knife, it is completely mottled, and has to be hit with a steel about 6-8 times when breaking down a chuck roll. But it's very sharp, and the depth is closer to a carving knife, making it easy to use on meat.

And by the way...paring knives are not supposed to be used on a board! These are NOT too short, they are great for peeling potatoes, slicing potatoes for fried potatoes, and all the other things paring knives are for. If you want to cut on a board, get a nice 6" chefs knife or santoku, that will keep your hand up, and chop and dice things, as apparently, that's what those people wanted to do.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By minx on December 21, 2013
Skeptical? Yes I was, even after seeing an impressive demonstration, but for less than $50 I was game to pay if for no other reason than to satisfy my curiosity and gain a really cool whisk.

After purchasing today, December 21, 2013 from a local Walmart I put them to the test cutting an apple, tomatoes and broccoli. I do agree that the paring knife blade could be a bit longer. The demonstration leaves one to feel as though the knives cut a tomato like a hot blade passing through butter, but I found it takes a bit more effort. Nothing out of the ordinary for what we are already accustomed to with any other brand of knife. The blades are sharp, but not to the point of being fearful of accidental injury. I used the paring knife cutting broccoli against my thumb feeling no more than the pressure of the blade against my thumb. They slice the edge of paper easily, except for the "free" paring knife ($5 value) that lures you to the demonstration. It could not cut paper and I have not tested it on food.

I like the single construction, look and overall feel of the knife. Lightweight and easy to work with. I also like the ability to use as a meat fork.

After putting them to the test, I was still a bit skeptical. To the computer I went seeking reviews. Disappointed to read about rusting, breaking, chipping. Being that mine were resting in a dish drainer, still wet I immediately went and towel dried them. Then I proceeded to learn about the metal used because like others I thought stainless steel was rust proof and non-magnetic. Here are my findings and the source link...
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Herold on June 10, 2013
Bought these at Sam's club. The salesman was sawing through the head of a hammer with one of the knives. I was a little skeptical of the marketing pitch ("this is $300 worth of knives for only $50!!") but, being a new bachelor out on my own, I needed kitchen knives badly and didn't feel like spending a ton of money.

I really like the handles and weight of the knives. They are comfortable to hold and use. Very sharp as mentioned in other reviews.

However, the Chef's knife, the main reason for purchasing this set, has developed a chip in the blade near the middle. Very disappointed. I've only been using them for about a month. I have ceramic knives, notorious for breaking and chipping, for years that haven't chipped.

Right now I'm debating testing this company's "lifetime warranty" or perhaps returning them and plunking down a good chunk of change on some quality knives.
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