Wusthof Silverpoint ll 5-Piece Studio Knife Set
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- Set includes 3-inch parer 4-inch utility 6-inch cooks knife kitchen shear and storage block
- Manufactured in Solingen Germany
- Laser cut from one piece of German high carbon no stain steel
- Pebble grain sure grip handle
- Exceptionally sharp with Wusthof's PEtec sharpening process
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Top Customer Reviews
These are perfect as a gift for someone just starting out on their own or if you're just looking to upgrade from a cheap run of the mill set.
This product is nice because its so sharp and enough amount put in my small counter top in my kitchen. This is all i need for using anything in my kitchen. I love this knife because not only I liked the size and the counts, its also cheap.
This set is worth maybe $20 for the knives, plus $5 for the block.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very impressed. High quality, very sharp knives. High quality oak wood block, also.Published 5 months ago by K
The knives arrived earlier then expected which was a pleasant surprise. Everything in place and as described in Amazon. The best set of knives I ever owned if I'm being honest.Published 10 months ago by Paul George
very nice set for the price. nice and sharp,scissors work well. one problem, small rusty looking spots are forming on the large knife, would you please replace this one. Read morePublished 13 months ago by karen sanchez
Cheap knifes - can't cut anything! I can't believe some of the reviews here saying they are sharp! They aren't - what a waste of moneyPublished 17 months ago by MichiganMan
I was very pleased with the quality of these knives. Other than being very pricey I would probably purchase more.Published on January 21, 2014 by g kroeker
It is a gift for a friend and she loves it!
Not as heavy as knifes in more expensive series, but very sharp. Good buy for this price.
The block and scissors are Terrific. The blades were thinner and lighter in weight than I expected but are very sharp and slice well. Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by Diane Gronas