Chefs 'full tang' carbon steel knife @ Sainsbury in store
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Chefs 'full tang' carbon steel knife @ Sainsbury in store

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Found 15th Dec 2014
Chefs professional quality kitchen knife.

Miss priced at 3.60. All other knives in the range start at a tenner. Carbon tempered blade,full tang,nice weight.

None left at Canley Coventry,I've had three mwhaahahahahaaaaaa!

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cant be that good if you needed three of them. lol

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donaldmcgill2

cant be that good if you needed three of them. lol


The wife is a fast mover!

chief is more likely to use a tomahawk than a knife i reckon

Missed out on your nectar points though.

Any idea on the quality of these?

Tangfastic.

I'm sure it's a decent knife and at that price you can't really quibble. But I doubt any real 'chef' worth their salt would be buying knives like this.

Not knocking the deal or the price though. Have some heat.

fwog

The wife is a fast mover!



I have to agree, shes got good wrist action

Have some heat, found a flamedeer

Even better if you had a nectar card with you!

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Rob_B

Any idea on the quality of these?


A great knife to have in the kitchen.I bought a sabatier set off here, and it licks it into a cocked hat.

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ipswich78

I'm sure it's a decent knife and at that price you can't really quibble. … I'm sure it's a decent knife and at that price you can't really quibble. But I doubt any real 'chef' worth their salt would be buying knives like this.Not knocking the deal or the price though. Have some heat.



No, Gordon Ramsay is a bit thin on the ground in Coventry Sainburys store.
It should have read 'if you'd like to keep your fingers, chop vegetables effectively, slice tomatoes nicely, this is for you as its a quality item. In no way do I think a chef should have this,or, for that matter ,am I endorsing this as a chefs tool. That is totally up to the chef. If the chef should select this.' '

Not bad but I prefer my Kasumis!

Never go full tang

Brilliant stocking filler for the kids thanks

Sorry to say Not a great knife
Edited by: "adwozere" 16th Dec 2014

ipswich78

I'm sure it's a decent knife and at that price you can't really quibble. … I'm sure it's a decent knife and at that price you can't really quibble. But I doubt any real 'chef' worth their salt would be buying knives like this.Not knocking the deal or the price though. Have some heat.



well, its no Wusthof

Carbon steel? So just steel then?

Bare tang blud

Rob_B

Any idea on the quality of these?



This full-tang shank ain't nothing to cut with.

great for Xmas decorations on the tree.

viper_polo

Carbon steel? So just steel then?



Carbon steel is the cheapest grade of steel commonly used for kitchen knives, you normally get: carbon, x30, x50 and x100 which are progressively 'harder' steels (so keep an edge for longer)

I got 2 of these about 6 weeks ago at the same price. Brilliant knives heat added

For taking the last ones in coventry... COLD. Actually this stops me buying stuff i don't need so voted hot! lol

Banned

Have a couple of Globals I need to get rid of, part of set I received as a gift but already have them

Professional chef is more likely to use something like this at work than IO Shen:

nisbets.co.uk/Hyg…ion

Though I know which one I would want in my house.

Definitely only worth £3.50, will be binned before long.

viper_polo

Carbon steel? So just steel then?



My thoughts exactly! Gotta be careful with marketing buzzwords...

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adwozere

Sorry to say Not great knifes



*knives

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stave84

For taking the last ones in coventry... COLD. Actually this stops me … For taking the last ones in coventry... COLD. Actually this stops me buying stuff i don't need so voted hot! lol


Might be in the AT7 one?

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madhouse77

This is a chefs knife


You could buy 32 of these knives and still have change. So not so good ,as you'd be able to have a fresh knife every week for nearly three years

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GimmiSomeOfThat

I have to agree, shes got good wrist action


Thrust a Dog Head to know about 'Hand Action'

http://i.ytimg.com/vi/RSUrpTw5RRg/maxresdefault.jpg

brilly

chief is more likely to use a tomahawk than a knife i reckon



This knife is for the master chef:
[img]k31.kn3.net/tar…jpg?7608[/img]

what does full tang mean?

LocoMoFo9999

Bare tang blud



peng tang blade blud

ap123ap

peng tang blade blud



Use dis 2 getz da peas fam

Amazing how many 'chefs' we have here, many of whom own what I would class as very expensive kitchen knives. I know you get what you pay for etc but not sure I could part with £200 to £400 for a set of knives. But then again, I'm no chef. Even if I do like to try my hand at a bit of real cooking now and again, lol!
Edited by: "cheekster" 16th Dec 2014
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