Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 14-Piece Block Set
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- 2, 3-inch paring knives, 5-inch utility knife, 6-inch chef's knife, 8 4-1/2-inch steak knives, 8-inch sharpening steel, and hardwood storage block
- Stamped high-carbon stainless steel blades feature exceptional sharpness and rust and stain resistance
- Full tang for balance and strength; exclusive Taper Grind edge
- Comfortable wood handles secured with triple brass rivets
- Hand wash for best results; lifetime guarantee
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Chicago Cutlerys Walnut Tradition line of cutlery combines high performance with excellent value. Stamped rather than forged for lighter weight and a more reasonable price, the blades are made from high-carbon, 420 stainless steel with carbon to keep edges sharper longer and chromium to resist rust and stains, while Chicagos exclusive Taper Grind edge produces impressively precise slices and retains its sharpness well over time. A full tang extends from the tip of the knife to the end of the handle for improved balance and strength. Comfortable walnut handles offer the rich warmth of wood and a classic look; theyre securely held to the blade with triple-compression brass rivets for added safety and stability. Chicago Cutlery covers their knives with a lifetime guarantee; they recommend hand-washing and drying for best results. --Mary Park
Whats in the Box
2, 3-inch paring knives, 5-inch utility knife, 6-inch chefs knife, 8, 4-1/2-inch steak knives, 8-inch sharpening steel, hardwood storage block.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought a vacation home recently and one of the first thing I bought for the kitchen was this set of Chicago Cutlery. I was angry when I saw what Chicago Cutlery has done to the quality of their product. Poor grade thin steel blades that feel like toy knives with handles of cheap poor quality wood.
Stay away from these knives...do not reward them for destroying a great American Tradition.
They should be forced to give up the Name......
The handles are good quality -- they may need a little light sanding and oiling if you want to take care of them.
Blades are just the right grade of steel -- not excessively hard like the German ice-hardened knives, which are SO hard to sharpen. These will sharpen up quickly but still retain their blade fairly well.
I'm not a cook, but for a regular kitchen this knife set are more than enough.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The size of the knives is smaller than expected; but, it works great and the knives are extremely sharp.Published 5 days ago by Steven Denneau
The knives keep there edge quite well so far but disappointing they will develop rust if there is moisture left on them for a prolonged period. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D Valdez
I still use these knives. And I bought them on November 25, 2011. So I guess that is pretty good.Published 2 months ago by JacksCrafts
These knives are great for the price. I've had them for a few years now and use them as my main knife set and they are still sharp and have not rusted as some people have warned. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Crystal S.
I ordered the wrong thing, was looking for a set of regular cutting knives rather than steak knives. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rebecca Holbrook