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Wusthof Classic 6-Piece Steak Knife Set
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- Steak knives with 4-1/2-inch scimitar-like blade ideal for meat slicing
- Forged high-carbon stainless-steel blades, hand-honed for razor-like sharpness
- Traditional-style composition handle is triple-riveted for strength and permanence
- Lifetime guarantee
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Update 1/23/07: Received replacement knives today. Putting them back into the block was bittersweet because I noticed another one of the original set is developing a crack, this time at the bottom. Not sure what the issue is...
Main point: They appear to honor their warranty.
The edges are plain edged, honed by hand. These are NOT your STEAK HOUSE knives - no serrations. Your SLICING fine meat not disposing of a lost tourist in Texas!
Hand washing only, even with today's more sophisticated dishwashers with knife compartments preventing dinging and other damage to the blade, the high water heat and chemicals in the diswashing soap will ruin ANY knife. Think of the glass that you've had for years that you've run through the dish washer. Look closely and you'll see the glass is actually ETCHED from the detergent. And the old wood handled paring knives. Notice how they are duller and harder to sharpen? The dishwater temperature and chemicals from the detergent have damaged the steel. By the way, there is no SUPER steel that isn't known to all knife makers. Metallurgy is an exacting science, a formula to be followed, not magic with the Sorcerer and Mickey Mouse as his apprentice. Wusthof PROUDLY stamps the which metal their knives are made of right on the blade. It may be heard in a sales spiel from the college kid selling complete cutlery sets, that knives can be dishwasher cleaned. Nope.I don't put my saw blades, drill or router bits in the dishwasher either. They are precision edged tools just like your knives.
I'm very happy with this purchase everytime they come out for a meal.Read more ›
For cleaning, the Wustof website states:
"If you value your tools, we recommend washing your knives with warm, soapy water after each use. Rinse carefully and dry with a towel. Technically, WÜSTHOF knives are suitable for cleaning in the dishwasher (except knives with wooden handles), but there are a number of reasons why precious knives should not be cleaned in a dishwasher..." The website goes on to state the reasons why you should hand wash their knives, but I was happy to know the knives would be okay if they ran through a cycle in the dishwasher. In a busy household, a knife is bound to sneak into the dishwasher now and then (that's what happened to the old wooden-handled steak knives that we are replacing) and it's great to know we won't ruin the knives if it happens.
The only drawback is they're so darned expensive, but we think they're worth the investment. Would buy again, and recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got these a year ago. We use them frequently, and are very glad that we made the investment to get rid of our cheap ones. These feel good in the hand and stay sharp.Published 5 months ago by Louis Falek
We registered for our knives for our wedding. We're still using them, 9 years later. But a few years ago they started falling apart. Read morePublished 16 months ago by js77
Now I know what a real knife can do. What a difference in cutting and chopping !! I feel like a chef now. I love the look and feel of these. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Robin S