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Different by Design Wooden Knife Block with set of 5 Riveted Chef's knives. Looked like really good quailty chef's knives.
Loads left on shelf instore (Hedge End).

Other sales stuff also available, too many to recall but included
Granite Trivet - was £5.00 now £1.50
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Bought these for £19 before xmas. They are solid, heavyweight knives, well worth the money.
#2
Head Added. I bought these from Harlow on Friday last week.

Very good quality, sturdy, well weighted and good looking knives. At £2.19 per knife - You'd not be able to buy anything close to the quality elsewhere. Much better than my previous moulded handle knifes.

Now i need to find a decent sharpening set to keep them in good order. Any ideas?
#3
Good deal.Managed to get a set of these knives when posted last week.Good knives for the price if you can find stock.
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mattifia
Head Added. I bought these from Harlow on Friday last week.

Very good quality, sturdy, well weighted and good looking knives. At £2.19 per knife - You'd not be able to buy anything close to the quality elsewhere. Much better than my previous moulded handle knifes.

Now i need to find a decent sharpening set to keep them in good order. Any ideas?


I was thinking the same thing.This may be of some help http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003ASDAGU/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=103612307&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B002F7TDCM&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=0EXGFW4J75G5JA7W8E1J
You will also need a honing steel to maintain the sharpened edge.
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mattifia
Head Added. I bought these from Harlow on Friday last week.

Very good quality, sturdy, well weighted and good looking knives. At £2.19 per knife - You'd not be able to buy anything close to the quality elsewhere. Much better than my previous moulded handle knifes.

Now i need to find a decent sharpening set to keep them in good order. Any ideas?


or perhaps one of these which I got at Christmas, gives my Global knives a better edge that they've ever had

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51IPZevDipL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

Edited By: CyBerman on Mar 17, 2011 16:07: Knoves ... what the 'eck are knoves .....
#6
Thanks roister and CyBerman, I was thinking of the Whetstone (the linked one does seem like a great deal), but that seemed like a lot of fannying about to do and being a novice i'd have a high chance of getting the blade angle all wrong and ruining a decent set of knives. :(

I was thinking of combining the Anysharp to get the correct angle as needed, along with a diamond coated honing steel for more regular smoothing of the blade.

Has anyone used honing steels before, are they easy to get the hang of?
#7
Using a wetstone and steel is more effort and a skill to be learned.I have never done it before but i would like to learn, practicing on some old knives i have.There are guides on utube.Whatever method is used a blunt knive used in the kitchen is more dangerous than a sharp one , so they say.

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