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Sabatier knives from £3 in-store @ Tesco

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Sabatier 20cm carving knife reduced to £3.00 from £12.00. 20cm bread knife £3.00 from £12.00. 20cm chef's knife £3.75 from £15.00. I got them at Tesco in Crewe .Originating in Thiers region of France, Sabatier knifes are highly regarded for their quality by professional chefs. these well balanced knifes are precision ground & hand honed for a perfect cutting edge. three stainless steel rivets secure the tough high density handle firmly to the blade.For a reliable superior performance every time
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What range?
vs03 it says on the packet
take it that this is in store only? cannot find online
Added "from £3 in-store @ Tesco" to title, pelase try to include. Thanks.
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sorry this is my 1st deal post.
Don't mean to be negative but be aware that "Sabatier" is not a brand name or at least it is a name used by many different manufacturers, some excellent and some - well to put it politely not very good at all. Without more information about which manufacturer these are made by it is hard to tell whether this is hot or not.
Don't mean to be negative but be aware that "Sabatier" is not a brand name ...

These days it's just a style of knife design, as said the quality of the steel used and manufacturing varies. For £3 don't expect much. ;-)
There are many knife manufacturers using Sabatier as their brand, some Sabatier manufacturers are considered authentic, and some are simply using the reputation of the famous Sabatier name for marketing purposes. Generally speaking among connoisseurs of fine cutlery, only knives manufactured in Thiers, France from well established manufacturers from the 19th century are considered "genuine" Sabatier knives.

There are many manufacturers in the other countries that also use the Sabatier name on their products. However, these products are generally manufactured cheaply in mass production processes in China and other countries. These manufacturers generally use non-traditional and lower quality semi-forged and welded production techniques.
These days it's just a style of knife design, as said the quality of the steel used and manufacturing varies. For £3 don't expect much. ;-)

Not strictly correct. Herewith from Genuine Sabatier website!
First of all it must be pointed out that no SABATIER company owns "THE" Sabatier brand. The SABATIER brand is ancient and appeared at a time well before the first French legislation concerning intellectual property rights. For historical reasons several companies registered the SABATIER brand in France. This is true of the SABATIER DIAMANT company, that makes its knives in the heart of the French cutlery region.

Back at the beginning, when the brand name SABATIER was registered in France, it had to be accompanied by a word or traditional image, and our company registered the name SABATIER accompanied by a diamond. Outside France the situation concerning the SABATIER brand is far less complicated, but that is by no means a guarantee of quality.

As things stand, a large number of knives bear the name "SABATIER", it is even possible to find knives marked "SABATIER" which are made in China, and this is the case notably in the United States.

The only way for you to be sure of buying a genuine top quality SABATIER knife is to steer clear of those produced in the Far East and, out of the various other SABATIER ranges, to chose the word or image that corresponds the best to the quality level you want.

If the brand name "SABATIER" marked on the blade of your knife is accompanied by a diamond, you will be sure that your knife was indeed manufactured in France, according to traditional methods and respecting the quality criteria that make the SABATIER a "gold standard" knife.
learn something new everyday.

i've got a couple of these veg knives. Do they're not full kitchen standard as it were. But certainly in a domestic situation seem perfectly fine. Blades stay sharp and dishwash fine withought signs of shrinkage of the handle.
These are 'Veritable Sabatier' made in France for Sheffield's Taylor Eye Witness "based on the Sabatier forgings"; not rubbish and you can pay fancy prices in fancy shops, so if you can find them in your Tesco and aren't over-particular the price is a bargain.
Bought some last night. Great value!

£2.20 for the paring knife!
£4.40 for the Carving knife
£4.40 for the Bread knife
£5.00 for the 20cm cooks knife.

Quality is good, I was a chef (until a recent career change). I used to use Lion Sabatier which never let me down. As an example a Lion 20cm cooks knife costs around £40+ in most places.
I'm only replacing these due to the fact somebody stole my knife wrap...:x

Quality of finish is good for the blade, as long as you get a good steel, then you should never lose the blade edge on them.
Handle is a little unrefined but I'd say better than the stellar sabatier range, which cost more...

I read that somebody puts theirs in the dishwasher... I wouldn't. It seemed to oxidise the bit next to the handle (...bolster?) on my old knives.

hope that helps.

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