Tell me about kitched knives
Surprisingly reasonable on the pricing front too… http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=kyocera+ceramic&x=0&y=0Posted 5 years agoKlunkMemberuphillaSubscriber
had some sets of Ceramic Knives form Aldi – our branch still has some sets of two. These are the best knives I have used, BUT I have to hide them from the rest of the family as they have no idea how to look after them as they are fragile.Posted 5 years ago
We currently have some made in Sheffield ‘stainless’ rubbish, which are needing replaced.
My OH used to have a Global veg knife which she loved, but my ex-flatmate broke it cutting some er, hard, brown resinous substance.
I’m just wondering what’s considered decent, without spending silly money. I quite like one-piece designs. Might just buy a veg knife and cook’s knife, but my OH says she also wants a small-ish serrated knife as she finds a serrated blade easier for chopping veg [she has strength/dexterity problems from a stroke 15 years ago]Posted 5 years agoskeetsgbMember
wusthof +1 again from me
cheapest place to buy is tk maxx !!
if you have a good root in there you can pick them up plus other bargain knifes next to nothing.
yes there seconds ( so is everythingh in tk max nearly )
ive got a few wusthof from there one had a nik in the handle and the other the writing on the blade was upside down ! both cost a tenner, in nisbetts there over 50 quid each. nothing wrong with the blade at all.Posted 5 years ago
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