Victorinox Swiss Classic 22-Piece Cutlery Block Set
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- 22-Piece Block Set (see components in description)
- High carbon stainless-steel blade provides maximum sharpness and edge retention; conical ground through length and depth for a wider break point;
- Blade stamped from cold-rolled steel; bolsterless edge for use of entire blade and ease of sharpening
- Patented Fibrox handles are textured, slip resistant, and ergonomically designed for balance and comfort; NSF approved
- Dishwasher safe, but hand washing recommended; lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects; expertly made in Switzerland
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Victorinox Swiss Army has been making legendary Swiss Army Knives since 1897. Guess what we made before that.
When Karl Elsener created the first Swiss Army Knife, he had no idea that he had just invented the symbol of Swiss ingenuity for generations to come. As a Master Cutler, he was only doing what came naturally. Karl had opened his cutlery factory 13 years before in Ibach, a village in northern Switzerland. By the time he dreamed up the world's first pocket tool, his cutlery business was already booming.
As it was then, Cutlery by Victorinox Swiss Army is today the first choice of professionals right down the line - as ubiquitous in the bustling meat-packing plants of the Midwest as it is in the gleaming, four-star restaurant kitchens of Midtown Manhattan.
You don't have to be a professional to appreciate our beautifully balanced, perfectly weighted, razor-sharp tools. But you can now put them to work just the same.
Victorinox Swiss Army has been handcrafting the finest blades since 1884.
|7-Inch Blade Granton Edge||6-Inch Blade Narrow Flex|
|10-1/4-Inch Blade, Serrated||10-1/4-Inch Blade, Granton Edge|
Victorinox Swiss Army's Superior Blades
- Mirrored polish finish on high-carbon stainless steel blade
- Laser tested for world-renowned sharpness and edge retention
- Blades are conically ground for ease of cutting and won't discolor or corrode
- Holds a 56 HRC (Rockwell hardness)
Features & Benefits of the Swiss Classic Collection
- New contemporary handle is inspired by our professional Fibrox Pro handle
- Lightweight, balanced and perfect for the home kitchen
- Handles are made from Fibrox-a patented material that is durable, ergonomically designed to fit the hand, slip resistant and hygienic
- The entire collection is NSF (National Sanitary Foundation)approved
|3-1/4-Inch Paring, Straight||3-1/4-Inch Paring, Serrated|
|5-Inch Chef's Knife||6-Inch Chef's Knife|
|8-Inch Chef's Knife||10-Inch Chef's Knife|
7-Piece Block Set
- 3-1/4-inch paring, straight
- 3-1/4-inch paring, serrated
- 4-1/2-inch serrated utility
- 8-inch chef's
- 9-inch honing steel
- Kitchen shears
- Slant hardwood block
3-Piece Chef's Set
- 8-inch chef's
- 8-inch slicer
- 3-1/4-inch parer
Why Choose Victorinox Swiss Army Cutlery
- Manufactured in Switzerland since 1884
- A fourth-generation family-owned business
- The #1 selling brand to professionals
- The ultimate precision in the art of cooking at home
- Exceptional price/value relationship
- Has a 92% brand recognition, due to the legendary Swiss Army Knife
- Consistently named "Best Value" by leading consumer magazines
Top Customer Reviews
Although I have a set of Trident forged knives. I jumped at the chance to check out these knives since some of the specialty knives in this set (Granton Santoku and the flexible filet) will be a welcome addition to my collection. Some years ago someone told me that Victorinox / Forschner are the most popular knife in culinary schools due to their bang for the buck - considered the best performing knives for the cost.
I am not disappointed. These knives are extremely sharp, right out of the box. The handles are nicely molded and feel solid. The blade thickness varies between the blades, and tapers from the handle down to the tip, clearly indicating that they do a lot to these knives after the stamping process - although the 8" chefs is a stamped blade, it still feels more than stiff and sturdy enough when cutting carrots. The only minus I would make is that the storage block was made in China. It's typical "Nato" or "Rubber tree wood" - the photo here at Amazon is accurate, so zoom in for a good look. although it's a hard solid wood, I don't consider the grain to be that attractive. Unfortunately, I'm sure maple or oak would have driven the cost up considerably. Nato doesn't absorb oil so once the finish gets scratched it tends to look more worn than oak or maple with a mineral oil finish.
This is not a cheap set and there are cheaper knives, but I'm classifying them as budget knives since they are stamped - albeit certainly amonth the best stamped knives out there.Read more ›
Stamped knives are less expensively produced compared to forged. Generally, when comparing same sized knives, a stamped knife will have less heft and a thinner non-cutting edge. Purists insist that forged knives stay sharper longer and can take more abuse. Victorinox stamped knives are not as good as Victorinox forged, but they are still high quality.
Individually, you could purchase (what I consider to be) the important pieces of this set, except for the shaping knife, for just a little less than $200. These knives are: Paring (2); Utility; Boning; Santoku; Chef's (2); Carving, Slicing and Bread. I could not find the Shaping knife available individually in the Fibrox line.
The remaining of the twenty-two pieces are extraneous: eight steak knives; shears; sharpening steel and a wood block. These are items I already own or do not or would not use. Even if I needed to purchase any of them, branding would not really matter to me given their functionality.
I am a regular user and big fan of the knives in Victorinox's Fibrox line. If you need all that is included, this set is a good buy. If you already own some of the items, you can save money by purchasing just the items that you really need.
This 22 piece set includes the following items:
One of each, except the steak knives, as noted
2 1/2" Shaping knife
3 1/4" Paring knife(straight)
3 1/4" Paring knife(wavy)
4 1/2" Utility knife (wavy)
6" Boning knife (narrow flexible)
4 1/2" Steak knives (spear point, serrated)(8 of them)
5" Chef's knife (straight)
7" Santoku knife (Granton Blade)
8" Chef's knife (straight)
8" Carving knife
8 1/4" Bread knife (serrated)
10 1/4" Slicer knife (Granton Blade)
25 slot cutlery block
From the box: The knives are made of high carbon no stain steel with a unique blade finish unlike any in the industry. All blades are conically ground for ease of cutting and won't discolor or corrode. All edges are laser tested.Textured slip resistant handles are hygienic and dishwasher safe. NSF (National Sanitary Foundation) approved. Made in Switzerland. Lifetime guarantee against manufacturer's defects.
Now, from my kitchen:
The packaging is beautiful! Each of the large knives comes in it's own plastic sleeve case. Impressive as a gift.
The knives are VERY sharp right out of the box, and required almost no pressure to use. A fantastic benefit for those of us with hand issues.
Having just harvested the last of the summer tomatoes, that was the first item to try the knifes on. We used the Santoku, the utility knife and the smaller chef's knife, just playing with them. They all sliced the tomatoes paper thin. (We had some great, crispy fried green tomatoes!) We used the bread knife on bagels and focaccia bread, both sliced perfectly with almost no effort.Read more ›
The storage block is large and takes up more counter space than I anticipated. If you have a smaller kitchen area you might want to measure to make sure it will fit. Also, the smaller steak knives along the bottom cut well but feel a little small in my hands.
A good purchase if you want knives to use for cooking. I am happy with the purchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has been a nice set. The block is generic, in that all the knives fit but it does not appear to be specific for this knife set. Read morePublished 15 days ago by M. Davis
These knives are dope. But I'm not sure about how the mini serated knives lose their edge after about 4 months. like how you gonna sharpen those mate? Read morePublished 20 days ago by Tyler
The blades of these knives are thin and they tend to flex when using them. However they are extremely sharp, the handles are easy to grip and the set looks nice in its wood block. Read morePublished 22 days ago by ACChapa
Thin and cheap avoid unless needing cheap knives. Spend more on a better set. They can last a lifetime.Published 1 month ago by Highspeedplay
Great upgrade from our current knives. Hold an edge really well and can go longer between sharpening.Published 4 months ago by Rebecca
Good product and sharp. It is for everyday use but not something stylish if that's what your looking for.Published 5 months ago by ariyaut
I bought this set for 200 + tax during the post Thanksgiving deals. The knives aren't fancy, but very functional, very sharp. Read morePublished 6 months ago by DocSmithers
Really loving these, although I have never had a quality set EVER but these seem to be great so farPublished 6 months ago by stella