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JML "THE EDGE" Knife £3.99 delivered & 20p Quidco

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Saw this product demonstrated and was pretty impressed, wasn't as cheap as this when I saw it

Never needs sharpening, remains sharp year after year

Free delivery at JML on everything until 9pm Monday, after this you would have to pay P&P, so more expensive

20p has tracked for me on Quidco
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#1
You'd be better of buying a set of decent knives imho. My nan bought me a set a sabatier knives for my eighteenth birthday and i thought that they were a rubbish gift. -------still use them every single day . ( thanks nan)
#2
Oh yes, I'm 36 now
#3
Yes, I wouldn't see this as an alternative to a block of knives but I thought it would be handy for the drawer in case others are a bit blunt, especially for tomatoes and the like which need the knife to be really sharp. It is only 3.99.
#4
Always looking for something to cut my cans of coke in half :)
#5
plus £2.95 p&p = it's free till Monday, my mistake
#6
castortroy
You'd be better of buying a set of decent knives imho.


And learn to use a steel to keep them razor sharp forever. Don't forget to warn the other half when you've sharpened them though :oops:
#7
I'm sure I saw a knife like this in my local £ shop - Is this really a bargain?
#8
topdealman
Always looking for something to cut my cans of coke in half :)


:-D:p
#9
This is great if you want to cut a tin of corned beef in half straight from the freezer :)
#10
I'll buy six to accessorise my Wolverine costume for Halloween this year.
#11
RedSkywalker
This is great if you want to cut a tin of corned beef in half straight from the freezer :)


Depends if you think sitting in A&E for five hours is "great"!
#12
99p in home bargains
#13
Come on - Never needs sharpening? You really believe that?
#14
topdealman
Always looking for something to cut my cans of coke in half :)


Funny thing is, i spend hours cutting the tops and bottoms off coke and beer cans cos i emboss the metal and use them in my crafting:-D:-D
#15
I have a few of these knives, actually very good. Have had them for about 2-3 years and there still nice and sharp.

Although I don't often cut cans with them...
#16
Yeah, I've had one for a year or two, great for toms and Tiger Loaves. The serrated edges are still sharp. I just bung mine in a jar on the worktop, handy and cheap, no need to baby it. Hot at this price IMHO.
#17
pealy
Come on - Never needs sharpening? You really believe that?


If I have a criticism of a deal I always get my point across in a polite, friendly manner and thank the poster for their contribution. It is a shame that not everyone likes to behave the same way.
#18
Nookster
Yeah, I've had one for a year or two, great for toms and Tiger Loaves. The serrated edges are still sharp. I just bung mine in a jar on the worktop, handy and cheap, no need to baby it. Hot at this price IMHO.


Thanks for the info. Yep, I thought I would use mine in the same way rather than as a substitute for all my normal knives. Handy to bung in the drawer.
#19
Has anyone watched the video on the link showing it cutting a hammer, mmm what a load of rubbish
#20
krunchynutt
Has anyone watched the video on the link showing it cutting a hammer, mmm what a load of bo11ocks


Looks like you will be getting a warning for "Inappropriate Language"! :whistling:
1 Like #21
I saw a live demo of this in Debenhams .. they did actually use it to cut a hammer. And it did!
I bought one after seeing that!
This knife does all that it claims .. however, it's not that nice to use as it is serrated. To cut anything, you will have to create a sawing motion .. unlike a set of sharp conventional knives. As a result, it does not 'glide' ...
Which is the reason i took it back for a refund
#22
I saw a demo in Tesco a few days ago for "the worlds strongest knife", is this the same one. The demostrator cut a hammer with one as well.
Tesco wanted £23 for a set, the buy one get 2 free ploy.
1 Like #23
I have owned one of these knives for about 2 years now. They are very versitile and quite frankly my partner and I always fight over it if we are cooking together. They do come with a lifetime warranty, and to be honest our knife is not as sharp as it was when it was new, but it still does a great job of all things. I use it for almost everything, from tomatoes to bread to raw and cooked meat... all the common uses.

I don't deny that a good quality knife block set would probably surpass this knife, but if you want a good all rounder cutting knife then I think this is a good option and its relatively cheap.

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