First class well worth the money.
“ Had these now for two years, ( I don't write reviews after only having an item for ten minutes.) so the first thing is these are still as good as the day I bought them got three different sizes, and they have had some heavy use, no breaks or rust, and still lethally sharp, as the back of my fingers can testify, so overall great valve for money, you can also buy some great waterproof plasters from Amazon.”
- MR P HARDY
“ so sharp it only took minutes before i cut my finger. must be more careful with a knife of this quality”
- Mr. Stephen F. Terrell
It's exceptionally sharp out the box.
“ OK, I am quite behind on reviews but let me just say, this range caught my eye and initially I bought 3, and when they arrived, it was not wow amazing, it was wow nice knife. OK, so that does not sound encouraging, to give you perspective, I have some top of the range knife sets and a few at the bottom and everything in-between. I also bought the amazon knife block set and while it has more knives (the pull), ask yourself are you really going to use all of them at once or not? My money is on not, I use to be a chef so have experience with a range of knives and their respective intended uses. I will tell you this, unless you are in catering, you likely to only ever use 3 knives, 4 and I am being generous. The hard truth is, while I like the amazon set, they good knives, they very unimpressing. Now, this range, I will be honest, just liked the look of them so bought the "3", and while very under whelming when you first see them, they are professionally packages, well shipped and upon opening, all looks good. Now, down to the point, a knife has a way of choosing you, it's a matter of preference and many other things but, the difference is in use. The basic knife set, has many knives, they good for sure, but if you want a decent set of knives that don't cost 100s of pounds, then you have found the set right here. Not entirely my style, but if I had to choose, these would be the one to choose. Also, if you don't like your fingers, then this is the best one to shred them with as I found out washing them when they arrived. I sliced 4 fingers with just a slight bump against the blade trying to pick it up in the sink. If you do like your fingers and enjoy working in the kitchen with a good set of knives, this is something to really consider. Sliced fingers aside, cutting things is not an effort, they thin, light and well made. I did indeed go and buy the complete set, which I agree goes against what I said above, but could not let this one slip without getting the complete set. (Most people won't use more than 3 knives). So, if you want a good set that won't empty your wallet, then go for a paring knife, bread knife (who actually slices bread these days?) and the big carving knife and if you are able, the other big knife, these would cover most requirements. Just my view.”