AmazonBasics Premium 8-Piece Steak Knife Set
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- 8 high-quality steak knives with triple-riveted handles
- Micro-serrated edges never need sharpening
- Forged from single piece of stain-resistant steel
- Full tang for pleasant weight and balance; full bolster
- Hand wash only
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AmazonBasics Premium 8-Piece Steak Knife Set
Perfect for Dinner Parties
Add refined style to any well-set table with this eight-piece set of high-quality steak knives from AmazonBasics. Each steak knife combines classic good looks with high-quality performance, a combination that might just add fresh inspiration to mealtime menus--from old family favorites to new recipes. Ideal for young newlyweds or first-time homeowners, the eight-piece knife set makes it easy to slice into tantalizing flavor, whether it's baked pork chops hot out of the oven or sizzling steaks right off the grill.
Hand Wash Only
To clean, hand wash the steak knives with warm water and a mild detergent, then rinse and dry thoroughly.
- Set of 8 premium steak knives
- Micro-serrated edges never need sharpening
- Forged from a single piece of stain-resistant steel
- Full tang for pleasant weight and balance in the hand
- Full bolster to help keep fingers away from the blade
- Triple-riveted handles ensure long-lasting strength
Artfully crafted from a single piece of stain-resistant steel, each high-quality knife in the AmazonBasics eight-piece steak knife set features a full tang, from the blade all the way to the base of the handle, which creates a pleasant weight in the hand and improved balance and control when cutting. The knives offer micro-serrated edges that never need sharpening, ensuring effortless slicing and reliable, long-lasting performance.
Triple-Riveted, Ergonomic Handles
The steak knives come equipped with ergonomically designed handles to help ensure a secure, comfortable grip, along with full bolsters to help keep fingers a safe distance from the blade. Triple riveted, the handles provide exceptional strength and longevity, looking and performing great from one dinner party to the next.
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8 x AmazonBasics Premium Steak Knifes
Backed by an AmazonBasics 1-Year Limited Warranty
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|Blade Material Type||—||Stainless steel||stainless_steel||stainless_steel||high carbon stainless steel||Stainless Steel|
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In the first of the attached photos, I have just sliced a strip off a London broil with the Amazon Basics knife. Notice the amount of meat clinging to the blade. In the second, I have cut slices with both the AmazonBasics knife and with the cheap knife I was replacing. Again, the AmazonBasics knife has not sliced through the meat cleanly. With the AB knife, you feel like you're sawing through the meat, not slicing through it.
Perhaps these knives would perform better with a more tender cut of meat, but that sort of defeats the purpose of a steak knife, doesn't it?
I have my Shun steak knives--but only four. I'd need a second job or mortgage to buy the additional four I want. Besides, while they're good, I don't find them to be better than Cutco.
Both those sets cost so much money that it's really a once-in-a-decade type of purchase. The upside is that it's plausible that I will never need to buy steak knives again in my lifetime, especially since Cutco continually sharpens mine or sends me a new one if the one I send for sharpening is not worthy of fixing.
Now, having said that, I was having 15 guests over for a steak BBQ dinner and realized that I was the genius who had JUST mailed off my knives to Cutco three days prior to the event. Too late to run to UPS to get them back, and I only have eight Wusthof knives, so....I immediately came to Amazon.
I didn't want an expensive set because if I just had both sets in the house, I'd have enough to cover everyone. I really needed just a back-up emergency set and planned to spend under $100 for all 10-15 knives, if possible. If too pricey, I figured I'd order 10 and make do by pre-slicing some meat.
Well, I then find this AmazonBasics set and it's...$20 for eight knives. I'm thinking it's a misprint and looking at the picture, there's simply no way these knives would be $20 for eight. Full tang, riveted handle, single-piece construction....a serrated edge....and $20. It doesn't make any sense and I'm convinced this is hogwash. It's not possible...
But, you figure I needed these for one night and so long as they didn't disintegrate during the dinner, I figure it's just added cost to the dinner if they should fall apart right afterwards. They were available as Amazon Prime, so I ordered two as 16 knives would cover me for this dinner.
Imagine my surprise when I open the box to find an actual single-piece construction, a viciously sharp serrated tip/edge and an incredibly sturdy feel in the hand. The rivets are embedded flawlessly and the look of the knives are quite impressive. They appear and feel hefty.
Now, given that I'm comparing this to steak knives that cost well over $500 for the set ( Cutco: https://www.cutco.com/products/product.jsp?item=4-pc-steak-knife-set ), it's not surprising that Cutco is better in terms of sharpness. That set makes steak act like butter when it begins slicing. This AmazonBasics set is not quite as sharp; in fact, it's much duller than that set, naturally. But it accomplishes steak slicing with ease and in the hand, feels sturdier and pricier overall. The oddity is that the serrated edge is only at the front half of the knife instead of all the way through, so you do need to slant your knife more to achieve the cut with ease, though any which way you use it will get through the meat. Perhaps serrating the edge all the way through would have pushed the price up--in which case, fine, I'll take the first half of the knife.
Overall, this set is superb in price and functionality. If budget is an issue and you want a whole 16 pc. set, getting two of these knives is no problem at all. They look outstanding on a table setting and while there's no real branding on the knife, they look and feel substantial. Nobody would guess you spent less than $3.00 per steak knife. NOBODY.
This is now my go-to set for big parties where I am not concerned what people do with the knives. You figure if any of them break, I can come back and get as many of these sets as I want anytime. Really outstanding value and buy!
We needed extra knives for Thanksgiving and looked at local stores. The prices were pretty high, so I went on Amazon and bumped into these. I was skeptical about the quality. Eight knives at such a low price seemed rather dubious. They looked like they'd be fine for Thanksgiving day, so I took a chance and ordered them.
When they arrived, my wife and I were really impressed. They're much beefier than I expected. The handles are a bit larger than the knives we have, and the blade is wider. The serration extends from about the middle of the knife to the end point. Best of all, they are very sharp!
Turkey Day arrived and these guys sliced cleanly through all the meat. We love them! They look great, have a little heft and weight to them, a decent-size handle to grip, and a good size blade that does its job very well.
Without question, if you're looking for a set of steak knives, I'd heartily recommend these.
We've been Henckel steak knife owners for years (and Hoffritz chef's knives - 30 years going strong).
The $250 Henckel steak knives we owned for 15 years never had a prominent serration, so when those knives started to lose their edge to cut we went in search of another set.
We stumbled on these, and boy were we glad. We were blown away that eight knives could be made this well. For only $16.
These 8 knives are perfectly balanced, full tang with riveted solid wood handles, and LARGE, SHARP serrations taking up 2/3 of the blade, making very easy work of steak, chicken, just about anything that needs cutting on your plate.
Word to the wise - as with any fine cutlery, avoid the harsh chemical environment of the dishwasher. They will wear down the handle finish.
These knives are a STEAL. Truly. I'd put them to the test with any set of steak knives costing upwards of $200 and believe me, this $16 set will take home the prize. :-)