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Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Piece Prep Knife Gift Set, Boxed

  • 3-piece knife set: 8-inch chef’s knife, 5-inch boning knife, and 3-inch paring knife
  • High-carbon 420 stainless-steel blades resist rust and stains; exclusive Taper Grind edges stay sharp and are easy to re-sharpen
  • Full-tang blades extend from tip of knife to end of handle, lend balance and weight
  • Ergonomic, contoured handles made of solid walnut, secured by triple-compression brass rivets
  • Classic styling; hand wash only; covered by lifetime warranty

Product Description
Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3 Piece Boxed Gift Set includes 1-Each 3-Inch paring knife/boning knife, 1-Each 5-Inch boning/utility knife knife, 1-Each 8-Inch chef knife.Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition collection features the classic styling of beautiful wood handles. Our exclusive Taper Grindâ„¢ edge technology stays sharper longer and is easy to resharpen. High-carbon stainless steel blades resist stains and rust for lasting beauty. Triple compression brass rivets hold the handles securely to blade for safety and stability.

Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Piece Prep Knife Gift Set, Boxed

5 Responses to “Chicago Cutlery Walnut Tradition 3-Piece Prep Knife Gift Set, Boxed”

  • TIR:

    These knives have a lighter weight than my Anolon Santoku and the other Chicago Cutlery I have, but I like these knives. Most people feel that you get what you pay for; I do not necessarily agree with that idea because sometimes you get more than what you expected. My Anolon knife is my favorite; but I use these knives almost as often. The knife will hold the edge pretty well. I personally feel that if you take care of anything it will do the job it was made for unless it wasn’t any good at all to begin with. The price was very reasonable.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Do the math…..that’s 36 YEARS. There’s not many things made that last 36 years. I use these knives every day. They get sharpened occasionally, by me, and they are still going strong and hold a sharp edge. I use a wood cutting board, not plastic and not bamboo, which can dull an edge. So, if you’re debating on whether you should buy a set of knives for $400 or these, go for these. You have my word that these knives are worth waaaaaaay more than what they cost. Even the Walnut on my knives is in excellent condition! I do hand wash them though. NEVER put wood in the dishwasher and feed your handles with some mineral oil on occasion and they will last a lifetime. For this price? Give them a go! You cannot go wrong.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • This is a good, basic set of kitchen knives. The only thing I would change is the length of the paring knife. It is too short to cut an apple in half (or medium size tomato) with a single slice.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  • I had bent the chef’s knife and looking to replace. For the price I paid at Amazon, I got two more knives instead of just one knife. Matched my old set pretty darn close.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • I got these knives for $10 from an outlet, they are amazing for the price. I have compared them to my roommates double-man Henckels and I have found that these knives:

    – are easier to hone/sharpen, but don’t hold an edge as long (I hone them before every use and it’s fine)

    – are lighter in weight

    – are not as sturdy (the paring knife got a little bent)

    – have a slightly higher tendency to rust if left in water (which you shouldn’t do with either brand)

    They are MUCH better than my friends single-man henkles. I have had them for 2 years now and have certainly gotten my $10 worth out of them. They probably won’t last as long as the henckels, but I end up grabbing for these knives 85% of the time because I can get them much sharper.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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