The Ex 5-Piece Knife Set with Unique Black Holder Designed By Raffaele Iannello
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- 8-inch chef's knife, 8-inch bread knife, 8-inch carver, 5-inch utility, and 3-1/2-inch parer
- Heavy-gauge stainless-steel construction; razor-sharp precision cutting blades
- Hollow, ergonomically designed handles ensure a secure grip
- Also includes ABS plastic block with effigy design and protective sleeves
- Designed by Raffaele Iannello
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The Ex comes with 5, quality stainless steel knives that serve different purposes. I, personally, have not put the knives to use but have gotten a chance to hold them and examine their quality. The knives have no special handle so your hands are exposed to the cold, shiny steel which proves to be more beneficial to its aesthetics rather than it's function. Wet, slippery hands could pose a bloody problem if the user isn't careful. The five knives are an 8-inch chef's knife, 8-inch bread knife, 8-inch carver, 5-inch utility, and 3-1/2-inch parer. Each knife is protected by a clear sleeve that is attached to the back of the figure for added protection when the knives are on display. The designers have even gone as far as inserting hidden magnets inside the slots for each knife so that when ruthlessly stabbing your figure, you encounter a sometimes surprising jolt from your unfortunate friend.
The Ex requires very little assembly out of the box. Two nuts that can be tightened by hand allow the figure to prop upright on its planted stand which has rubber feet to prevent your figure from sliding away. Once assembled, it's pleasantly large. In my kitchen, it was just able to slide under my low rise cabinets.
The Ex comes in Red, Black (my choice), Pink, Chrome, and White.
In my apartment, it is always a conversation starter. A great way to reveal the dark-humour from within.Read more ›
Update for February 2014: Yep, nearly four years later and I would still recommend these knives. Last year, I had the chef's knife and the utility knife resharpened by a professional and he commented on the great quality of these blades. With the new edge he put on them a year ago, they are as good as new and a joy to work with.
needless to say she was surprised which is worth it to some degree anyway and the knife set is pretty cool - i am not real sure how great a knife set this is, but it seems like it is of good quality - it has worked pretty well the few times i have used it & it includes a 2 year warrenty - the actual knives are stainless steel and the blade & the handle are one piece)
however, the purpose of the set is to stand out and it does just that - the actual body of the set is hard plastic (i bought the black one)although it doesnt seem like it is super sturdy, but it is good enough - please make sure you have enough room under your cabinet too - it is a little taller (check this, but it may be as tall as 15") than other sets
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've only had this *unusual* set a couple of weeks, so I'm not sure how the plastic stand or the knives will hold up, but for now I really like them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rubyslippers46
This was bigger than we expected in size and the knives are a good quality. Overall completely and overlly satisfied.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I've received many compliments from friends and family about how much they like this. Knives are okay, but who buys this for the knives any ways?Published 5 months ago by Mike
takes up a ton of counter space knifes don't stay sharp long.Published 18 months ago by matthew gilroy