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J.A. Henckels International Fine Edge Pro 7-Piece Knife Set with Block

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  • 3-inch Parer, 5-inch Serrated Utility, 8-inch Chef's, 7-inch Hollow Edge Santoku, Kitchen Shears, 9-inch Steel, Hardwood Block
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Amateur and professional chefs alike will appreciate the quality construction and attention to detail on the elegant 7-pc. J.A. Henckels International Fine Edge Pro black cutlery set. High-quality German stainless steel blades are triple-riveted to contoured black satin-finish polypropylene handles for strength and durability. Full-length tang construction gives each knife strength and durability. This 7-pc. set includes 3" paring knife, 5" utility knife, 5" boning knife, 8" bread knife, 8" chef's knife, sharpening steel and hardwood storage block. Stain and rust resistant. Dishwasher safe, but hand washing recommended. Imported.

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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 9 x 15.5 inches
Item Weight 4.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 10.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department unisex
Manufacturer Zwilling J.A. Henckels
ASIN B002MVKG9U
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Item model number 35340-000
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3.9 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #28,677 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#99 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Knives & Cutlery Accessories > Knife Sets > Knife Block Sets
Date first available at Amazon.com April 26, 2000

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By A Customer on July 28, 2000
Although very sharp out of the box, these knives have nothing in common with the products one expects from Henckels. The editorial review says the steel is not of the same quality. Well, there is a lot less of it as well. The knives are extremely light weight and there is quite a bit if flex in the blades if you are cutting anything more tenacious than veggies. The block and steel are fine and the set is probably an decent value for the money - but that is about it.
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I have had this set of Henckels International Line knifes and block for a few years now and am very satisfied. No, it is not the most expensive grouping they make but they are wonderful. They stay sharp with very fine edges. My favorite is the bread knife, perfectly balanced to finely slice my homemade rye & pumpernickle swirl breads. Note: I do hand-wash mine, even though thay are dishwasher safe.
At a good bargain price, you get 5 knifes for almost any task, the wood block with the Henckels logo, a sharpener, and even a slot to add a pair of Henckels kitchen shears (which I highly recommend).
Of course, if you can afford it, the higher line must be exquisite. But due to their lower cost, I was able to give a set of these to my brother last year with a gift certificate to a gourmet butcher shop & he was ecstatic. This grouping makes a perfect starter set--great for newlyweds, house-warming parties, and holiday gifts--just ask my brother!
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I don't even feel these knives are worth the advertised price. I have used these for about 5 years and have been thoroughly unimpressed. I gave these one star because Henckels should be ashamed to put their name on these knives.

pros: They work (sort of), they are relatively cheap, and you get the Henckels name. I have washed mine in a dishwasher for 5 years and they still hold up.

cons: The steel is poor quality (doesn't hold an edge well), the fit and finish is poor, and the set is over priced for their underwhelming performance.

bottom line: You can get an equivalent set of knives for less money that performs better, you just won't have the Henckels name.

I sharpen these knives and they are dull within just a few uses. The stainless steel is soft and unimpressive. The honing steel needs to be used frequently with these knives to keep them cutting well.

I think most people will find much better performance from a high carbon stainless knife set from most other companies (like Chicago Cutlery's Forum line), you just have to put up with a little staining.

I have been slowly building a professional level knife collection. Start with a high quality chef's (or something like a santoku), bread/carving knife, and a paring knife and work up from there. I couldn't tell you how happy I have been moving to "real" knives, the difference is amazing. If you buy Henckels make sure to buy the ones with the 2 stick men as they are higher quality (non international). The Wusthof Classic set is also a good starting point for good knives. My current set contains an Al Mar paring knife, a Fallkniven chef's knife, and a Wusthof Classic Santoku along with all these Henckels that I am replacing.

If you want cheap but very functional knives, I would recommend Forschner knives. They aren't pretty, but they function as well as any of the good Henckel's or Wusthof's.
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These knives could be worse, but given the fancy name and reputation, they could be a lot better, too. The blades are not as stiff as you might like. Flexy blades scare me not out of fear of breakage, but rather that they are harder to control and more likely to cut something you don't want cut. Also, the Chef's knife has a pretty shallow blade, and you can't do the cool chef-chop without rapping your knuckles on the cutting board. For the money, there are better (though less prestigious) knife sets out there.
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My experience with these knives lies between the two previous reviewers. While I will agree that this set features slightly lighter blades, it's a great starter kit for a competant cook in his or her home kitchen. If you work in a professional climate, you're going to want a heaver cooking knife -- but at home they work very well. Nice and sharp out of the box, and let's face it, we all need to use the steel on the blade more often than we think. A great value, especially here at Amazon where the discount is nice and steep.
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Not very impressed for a JA Henckels product. The knives arrived very dull. The polypropylene handles will take some getting used to. I bought this set for a friend. I have the 4-star Ice Hardened block set and used my steel to sharpen these. I suppose these are fine for the casual cook, but I would pay more for a higher quality set if you're in the kitchen a lot.
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My sweet son gave these to me, so I keep the ones which haven't fallen apart yet, but I have purchased a good set of Classic Wusthof knives.

Henckels 'International' line (Asian made) ARE genuine Henckels, but you only get the name and not the quality that most people expect from this brand; the 'Classic' line of Henkels knives are much better (but I prefer Wusthof Classic knives--German made). In all fairness, Wusthof has a bottom line, too--the 'Gourmet' line--don't buy it either.
1. All knives should be hand washed immediately after use, dried and put in a safe knife drawer or block; Never soak or put knives in a dishwasher. Wash with dishwashing liquid (no abrasives) and dry with a soft cloth.
2. Always use a cutting board and handle the knives properly to preserve their edges and tips.
3. Quality knives should be honed with a steel regularly--but only need sharpening infrequently. If you sharpen often, either your knives aren't high quality or you are inadvertently abusing them.
That being said:
A. My low-end Henkels' handles began to crack after about 2 months.
B. The rivets corroded and the tips bent.
C. They are not heavy enough for a serious cook.
D. They are sharp from the box, but are not able to hold an edge for long.
E. The bolster is part of the handle, not part of the metal of the blade and tang--annoying feel to it--not attractive.
F. Blade and tang are not forged, but stamped--not good.

I honestly don't know why respected cutlery companies make low-end knives. It can't be good for business--it only lessens their reputation.
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