Jamie Oliver Funky knife set reduced to £8.99 from £25 at Argos
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Jamie Oliver Funky knife set reduced to £8.99 from £25 at Argos

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Found 8th Jan 2014
Argos have reduced this knife set again previously listed on here for £9.99
I have this set and they are really good knives.
seems to be plenty of stock too my three local stores all have it in stock

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ordered

bargain!! These are great....

Heat

Great deal! None in stock in my closest 10 stores though x

good deal, nothing in my locals

i've reserved 3 X)

none in my area... shame

These are rarely at the £25 RRP but are a good knife set.
They're £10 in Morrisons at the moment if anyone struggles to get stock in Argos.

Agreed, very good knives!

Reserved 2, thanks very much!

I would love to buy a new set of knives but I just know I`ll end up in A+E

Just reserved some thanks

Reserved thanks x

crap knifes color goes off after a month plus not very sharp

Saw them in the sale isle at Tesco the other day. Online they're showing as £12.50

tesco.com/dir…prd

Original Poster

kypok

crap knifes color goes off after a month plus not very sharp



I have had mine for nearly a year and they have not faded at all even after being put in the dishwasher.
They do need resharpening but then so do most good knives

Bought them last time this deal posted here like 6 months ago. Very sharp knives!

Another good bargain, heat added, thanks

ODDBALL165

I have had mine for nearly a year and they have not faded at all even … I have had mine for nearly a year and they have not faded at all even after being put in the dishwasher.They do need resharpening but then so do most good knives



I agree had mine a year and they go through the dishwasher with no problems or fading. Great knives I paid £9.99 when they were on offer before do this is a great price.

great deal.
oos in my store though:(

heat from me

Is Jamie Oliver known for his metal work then?

kypok

crap knifes color goes off after a month plus not very sharp



Bought these when they were a tenner,OH actually cut his finger chopping an onion with these,can't believe you think they are not sharp oO

just ordered thank you for posting heat added

In stock in all/most central London stores.

kypok

crap knifes color goes off after a month plus not very sharp


Not very sharp? Seeing as no knife will stay sharp forever, I presume you had something to sharpen them with?
Almost any knife can be sharpened to a razor like blade, the only issue is how long till it dulls.
Edited by: "jukkie" 8th Jan 2014

Bought these last month for the £10
Great knives, very sharp. And yes I did cut myself.

Pukka!!

If you want sharper knives for longer get some kyocera ceramic ones - but you will be paying a lot for them. They very rarely need sharpening.

As Jamie Oliver ones are cheap you won't be too bothered about using one of these on them. Good results but it takes a good chunk of metal off in the process.

amazon.co.uk/Any…ner

Reserveddd x

bought these as a present before Xmas for 9.99 good buy at that price

I need a new set but want a set with a bread knife....I haven't had a bread knife for about 6 years haha

F5C

If you want sharper knives for longer get some kyocera ceramic ones - but … If you want sharper knives for longer get some kyocera ceramic ones - but you will be paying a lot for them. They very rarely need sharpening.As Jamie Oliver ones are cheap you won't be too bothered about using one of these on them. Good results but it takes a good chunk of metal off in the process.http://www.amazon.co.uk/AnySharp-Global-Worlds-Sharpener-Classic/dp/B001DXVL6K/ref=sr_1_1?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1389187428&sr=1-1&keywords=knife+sharpener


Ceramic knives are great... until you chip them (which is actually VERY easy to do, as I found out for myself).

Also, those sharpeners are pointless for dull blades, only good for blades that have completely lost their edge...I wish people would stop recommending them (I got one myself just to see what they were like, and I never use it).
A simple steel is enough to get any dull blade almost razor sharp, or a whetstone/oils stone is preferable for a lot of people (you can get as-good results with a steel if you know how), and add a leather strop to that if you really want to go for it.


Even this would be better than those Any Sharp's -
amazon.co.uk/Tay…-23

Quicker and easier, and wont take strips of metal off. My parents have something similar and it's actually pretty good.
Edited by: "jukkie" 8th Jan 2014

I bought these and found the blades not so good not so sharp so not brilliant at peeling veg.

Going to call in at argos and morrisons today. hope they make my cooking better. heat added.

So funky.

reserved - thanks

ordered... Basingstoke store has 4 more sets. .

maximoshark

Is Jamie Oliver known for his metal work then?



He is known for putting his name on overpriced crap. For example, the Flavour shaker. How many of his TV programmes do you see him using that piece of crap?

Thanks OP!!! Plenty in stock it seems around Sheffield

stek2010

These are rarely at the £25 RRP but are a good knife set.They're £10 in M … These are rarely at the £25 RRP but are a good knife set.They're £10 in Morrisons at the moment if anyone struggles to get stock in Argos.


Same at Tesco, they the Jamie Oliver pestle and mortar for a tenner too.
Edited by: "JusticeForThe96" 8th Jan 2014
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