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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
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|BladeType||Steak Knife||Steak Knife||Steak Knife||Steak Knife||Steak Knife||Steak Knife|
|Blade Material Type||Carbon||Stainless Steel||Carbon||Carbon||Stainless Steel||Alloy|
|Item Dimensions||8.3 x 12.6 x 1.6 in||6.69 x 10.63 x 1.18 in||5.6 x 10.5 x 1 in||9.3 x 12.2 x 6.6 in||9.3 x 11.4 x 3 in||5.4 x 9.8 x 2.5 in|
|Material Type||High Carbon Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||High Carbon Steel, Polypropylene||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||High Carbon Stainless Steel|
|Size||6-Piece||4.5 inch||4.5"||4.5"||8 Knives in Wood Presentation Box||4.72" Length - Steak Knife|
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I should note that I had originally intended to by the more expensive, Classic Ikon steak knives, in one of the wood option handles. Going to a national chain, cookware store to see and handle all the knives made me decide to go with the Classic. Main reason? The Classic Ikon has the identical blade, but the handle is different with a piece of metal at the bottom. They do look attractive and feel well balanced, but I noticed one of the knives at the store had some of the finish rubbed off of the metal at the end of the handle. Out of concern this could happen to Ikon steak knives I buy (making them look ugly on a set table), I went with the straight Classics.
BTW, I do have an Ikon 8" cooks knife, which I had just purchased the month before, after comparing it at the sane store and really, really liked the feel and balance and Ikon handle gave it. It has not had the metal handle base marred yet--but I am semi-cautious. Hey! It's for use in the kitchen, not at the dinner table (lol).
Another good aspect that I like about these knives is that they don't use wood handles. Wood handled knives you have to make sure that the handle doesn't get wet or it gets discolored or can start coming apart and the wood can trap bacteria, etc. The handles of these knives can be fully immersed in water and easily cleaned. The handle is tightly fitted and ground to the same curvature as the metal for no gaps. And the bolster on the knife prevents any liquid from wicking up between the handle and blade through capillary action.
One thing I think people often forget about is whether their knife design will be around several years from now. The Wusthoff Classic series has been around for years and should be around for years to come with little change to the design. So if you want to add a new knife to your block or collection 5 years from now or 20 years from now you can bet that the Wusthoff Classic line will still exhist and will still closely match the knives you already have in your set.
This is a knife set that will not wear out or break and that I think can be passed down inside the family for generations. And if the kids or grandkids accidentally lose one or want to add to the set, Wusthoff will still be selling knives that match them.
I think Wusthoff has put a lot of thought into their designs. For example, their kitchen shears are designed to easily come apart for easy cleaning, being able to clean between the blades, and easy sharpening. Yet even though the shears are designed to come apart, it doesn't make them any harder to cut with.
I wish more companies thought their designs through so thoroughly. We all hate to pay a lot for something. But if you like to cook, a good knife set is essential and worth every penny.
I didn't realize what I'd been missing. I had been using a set of serrated stainless steel steak knives for years. Pretty, but useless compared to the Wusthofs. (I'll keep them for when I have more than 6 over for dinner.) I realized I was sawing and tearing through New Yorks, pork chops, and other meat, so I decided to treat myself to these. What a difference! And yes, what a treat! Any fleeting thought of becoming a vegetarian went out the window, because these are too much fun.
In reading other reviews, I learned that they should not be stored in a drawer, but rather in a knife block (blade facing up so as not to come in contact with the wood), so I sprang for the Wusthof create-a-set knife block (another review.)
As with any quality knife, never put them in the dishwasher!
Did I mention that I love these knives? They were expensive, but you get what you pay for. They should last a lifetime. I'm going to order a set for my daughter for Christmas.