JML 'The Edge' Knife Only £1.79 @ Home Bargains Instore
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JML 'The Edge' Knife Only £1.79 @ Home Bargains Instore

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Found 12th Feb 2015
JML 'The Edge' Kitchen Knife - it is supposed to cut through almost anything.
It is advertised on TV cutting through a tin can and even a hammer! Advertised as never needing sharpening. 10 Year guarantee!

Good sharp 20cm (8in) serrated stainless steel blade for carving meat, bread and all kinds of food, with a forked end for serving food.

Found instore at Home Bargains, Barrow-in-Furness but should be national.

For £1.79 it's worth trying.

22 Comments

These are fantastic knives, but, Christ be careful if you get one!!!!!!!

How can this be contained in its packaging if it cuts through hammers?

Anyone know if it is good as it claims?

Are these any good? Seems crazy something that cheap can be that good

These were on a JML stand in Poundstretcher and were priced at £1 so I took 3 and when I was overcharged at the tills I then showed the display to the store manager who agreed I should only pay the price displayed YES !! there are in-store glitches. More to the point, or to cut a long story short, be careful when using one of these as they will take you fingers off
Edited by: "SCOUSEKEVIN" 17th Feb 2015

They are fantastic, but seriously sharp!!! You can cut ripe tomatoes into petty thin slices with it. I paid £15 about 10 years ago when they first came out and had it replaced foc after the handle started to come away from the blade. You must keep all packaging for any warranty claim though.

A sharp knife is a safer knife than a less sharper knife.

Fish2013

A sharp knife is a safer knife than a less sharper knife.


I wonder if this is more betterer than my set of Sabatier...
Edited by: "WillieGophar" 17th Feb 2015

Will this open coconuts?

keyster

Will this open coconuts?



probably. it saws wood (no joke).

I bought one a few weeks ago - it is very, very sharp!! Managed to cut my finger no problem!! It isn't very accurate for cutting thinly due to the serrated blade, but if you want a general very sharp knife @ £1.79, I would recommend. I think it would cut through metal, but I haven't tried it.

Banned

Fish2013

A sharp knife is a safer knife than a less sharper knife.


And in bold text too...

theses are very sharp and very good for price , as sharp as my khun rikon knives . impressive for cost imo

But will it cut my leather boot in half after I have used it on a paving slab?

WillieGophar

I wonder if this is more betterer than my set of Sabatier...



Ouch! You're right, I stand corrected......and, yes, much more betterer than your Sabatierers!

Edited by: "Fish2013" 18th Feb 2015

loving the comments:p

bestestbud85

loving the comments:p

These knives are awful!

Jetset1981

These knives are awful!


In what way are they awful?

Jetset1981

These knives are awful!



Your experience has really helped prospective buyers. Thanks.

Picked one up, bargain and plenty on the shelf in Darlington. Good to have in the house as an alternative.

Bought a set of two of these knives about 10 years ago. I gave one to my brother, the handle just split on mine. The blade is as sharp as the day I bought it and I used it more days than I haven't over the last 10 years. A great knife, wish I had kept the other one now.
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