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Ginsu Chikara 12-Piece Stainless Steel Knife Set with Block

  • 12-piece set includes 8-inch chef, 7-inch Santoku, 5-inch serrated utility, 3.5-inch paring, four steak knives, kitchen shears, sharpening rod
  • High-carbon, stain-resistant Japanese stainless steel blade for a longer lasting edge
  • Japanese steel tang extends through the entire handle and fits smoothly in your hand
  • Traditional Japanese style handles are made of heat and water resistant resin
  • Dishwasher safe, handwashing recommended; backed by limited lifetime warranty; made in Japan

Product Description
Ginsu 07112 12-Piece Traditional Japanese Style handle, Stainless Steel Knife Blade and Bamboo Block Set. Stain and Rust resistant Stainless Steel.

Ginsu Chikara 12-Piece Stainless Steel Knife Set with Block

5 Responses to “Ginsu Chikara 12-Piece Stainless Steel Knife Set with Block”

  • I hear these knives are extremely sharp…After hearing the disastrous story of S. Green’s knives cutting his counter and having to purchase something called a “cutting board” I decided just to go ahead and purchase a different set of knives that will not harm my counters and cause me to purchase this cutting board…
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • They are very nice, sharp knives, however they will rust when you wash them in the dishwasher. Some of the stains do not come off. I would think this should be a non-issue with kitchen utensils in this day.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • I found a deal on and got this set with a bonus 2 knives(4″ santoku and pairing) for $119 free shipping. A fair price for this set. The blades are sharp, and seem to be of durable quality steel. My handles arrived the dull gray color that some have seen happen after dishwasher cleaning. After the first dishwasher cleaning, we had rust spots on them. The rust came off with a scouring pad, but it happened again after the second washing as well. The weight of the knife is excellent (in it’s category). Well balanced, making the cutting work easier. The block is awkward for me, as you pull the knife straight up rather than at an angle, and we have limited counter space (with cabinets over them). Overall, it’s a good value, but it isn’t the last set of knives for an everyday cook. Only time will tell.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • These knives are sharp and smooth cutting. They cut my counter. Now I have to use a cutting board. The only thing is Im not sure what knive is to cut what.

    Consumer reports recommended them and I love them. I would recomment them to anyone. The price is right too.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • I was excited to order these knives for they were rated well in a popular consumer magazine that compares quality of products. I also read the reviews online and trusted in them enough to not only order a set for my household, but also for a friend’s 40th birthday gift. I’m was bummed that in less than one month rust started to appear on the blades and on the decorative metal ends. They were only hand-washed–never placed in the dishwasher. I returned mine and called my friend to do the same. The knives cut decent, and so now I’m on a mission to find another set of quality knives.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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