Argos Value Range 24 piece Venice Cutlery - £2.79 - HotUKDeals
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Perfect for those extra guests at Christmas

This 24-piece Venice cutlery set from the Argos Value Range is made from stainless steel with an elegant design on the handles.

Made from stainless steel.
6 place settings comprising 6 knives, 6 forks, 6 dessert spoons, 6 teaspoons.
Dishwasher safe.
EAN: 8011792.
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this is the orginal price right? not on offer as far as I can see.
but cos of the price heat from me!
They look nice but can be a bit bendy . I recommend you check out an earlier post to make sure your Turkey is nice and tender .
guarantee to show up rust in no time OR the spoon handle is so hot that you have to stop before you finish stirring your tea properly!
must be worth more in scrap
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Picked a couple of sets up a few months ago for the office and, despite daily use, they are perfectly fine. No signs of rust or blemishes. They are perfectly good value for money and ideal as spares or for a staff kitchen. I would think if you tried to use them to change plugs or tyres then, yes, they won't last long!
Really really rubbish. I don't expect too much for the price but cutlery with very rough sharp edges? Cold for me.
Bought some for work! Half the price of ikeas cheapest set. Have some spoon bending heat
get one,nice price
Iv got them and they are good as normal spoons.
There were on sale previously for £2.23 and got hot (I bough two sets) - but even at £2.79 it's an excellent price to pay for a large amount of cutlery that is actually a decent quality.

Unless your physically bending these, these won't get deformed. I bought a set back in 2012 and I'm still using them all now and they are just like the more expensive counterparts.
Yeah I have these.

fine but you get what you pay for. They're bendable but it's not that easy.

the main issue is scratches - even if you treat them well they'll get scratched up.
Really really rubbish. I don't expect too much for the price but cutlery with very rough sharp edges? Cold for me.
Don't you normally call these knives ? :p
Very poor quality, but hardly surprising given the price!

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