Wusthof 8845 Grand Prix II 7-Piece Block Set
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- Precision forged from one piece of german high carbon no stain steel
- Perfectly balanced for effortless cutting
- Synthetic textured handle with slip resistant grip
- Enclosed full tang
- Petec sharpened to 14 degrees per side.
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8845 The sleek grand prix II 7-piece cutlery set makes paring, cutting, chopping and slicing a time-saver for everyday meals, parties and family gatherings Features: -Seven piece block set. -Set Includes: 3 1/2-inch Parer, 4 1/2-inch Utility, 8-inch Bread Knife, 8-inch Cook's Knife, 9-inch Steel, Kitchen Shears, 9-Slot Block .Grand prix II collection.Bold and contemporary design.Stain resistant alloy. -Laser cut blade. -Blade construction: Carbon steel.Synthetic textured handle with slip-resistant grip. -Made in Germany.-Manufacturer provides lifetime warranty.Specifications: -Overall dimensions: 10-inch H x 6-inch W x 11-inch D.
Top customer reviews
We were happy with the knives being replaced, but they had riveted handle slabs that were beginning to come loose (one handle slab on our chef's knife eventually fell off, prompting us to seek replacements). Due to the failure of our other knives, we wanted knives with either integral handles (just the metal) or expoxied handles. Would have preferred the former, but the reviews and price for these were good enough that we decided to try them.
We did not expect such a tremendous difference between these and our old knives with respect to their sharpness. I don't know if our old knives were EVER this sharp (we routinely used the steel and occasionally a knife sharpener made for kitchen knives). With our old knives, my wife had started to buy NY strip roasts and filet roasts that were already trimmed because removing the silver skin, etc. was too difficult. These knives have totally changed that - really cut through those materials very easily. I had resorted to using an electric knife to cut roasts, briskette, etc. but now use the chef's knife that came with this set - slices through them with very little effort (and without tearing up the meat).
My only (perhaps unfounded) concern is that the epoxy used on the handles will eventually wear out, making me regret not holding out for integral handles. Nothing about the knives indicates that this will be the case, however.