Joseph Joseph Carving Set £22.49 @ Amazon
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Joseph Joseph Carving Set £22.49 @ Amazon

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Found 28th Jan
Been keeping my eye on this as I missed the deal about a month ago. Back then it was £20 for prime members & £24 for standard. Now £22.50 for either which still seems good
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Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a few months and seen a lot of their products around lately. Not sure if it’s a fad or they actually are good products.
So good they named him twice .....
robgoode28th Jan

Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a …Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a few months and seen a lot of their products around lately. Not sure if it’s a fad or they actually are good products.


I have the chopping board it's really handy people moan that it gets marked and cut easily but it's plastic so I'm not sure what they expected I use global knifes so I'd rather then cut the board then get dull quicker
Yeah, we all have kitchen drawers just like that. 33152273-qHfr3.jpg
robgoode2 h, 21 m ago

Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a …Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a few months and seen a lot of their products around lately. Not sure if it’s a fad or they actually are good products.


I have this knife/fork set and it's solidly made and sharp. I doubt it's intended for professional/daily use, but for slicing up the odd roast joint/bird, it does a great job. The fact that it all tucks safely away with a safety cover is a bonus so there's no risk of slicing your hands when sticking your hands into your drawer.
Edited by: "amszephyr" 28th Jan
robgoode4 h, 9 m ago

Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a …Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a few months and seen a lot of their products around lately. Not sure if it’s a fad or they actually are good products.


I love them. Growing my collection bit by bit as they are quite expensive. Look great in the kitchen and a lot of the products are space saving
I bought one for carving the Xmas turkey and it's great use it for every roast.
robgoode11 h, 9 m ago

Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a …Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a few months and seen a lot of their products around lately. Not sure if it’s a fad or they actually are good products.


Love their stuff, good quality GREAT customer service and very innovative
robgoode11 h, 22 m ago

Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a …Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a few months and seen a lot of their products around lately. Not sure if it’s a fad or they actually are good products.


Yes and no. You're paying for the design atheistic most of the time. Only a few of their things are functionally much better than ordinary ones, in my opinion.

I have one of their dish racks for example because I loved this design. It's pretty and nice quality, but it has several design flaws. Water doesn't always drain from it because it's in two halves and they haven't made the back feet high enough, so it's pools in the middle. The utensil holder though it's really clever in the way it fits on the spikes, it's a complete nightmare to clean. Unless you live alone, it's a completely impractical size.

So erm, I like it. It makes my kitchen look smarter, but it's not quite the design marvel it might appear to be. I don't think most of it is worth it's money. I don't think I'd buy everything Joseph Joseph if I was moving somewhere new. Maybe just the odd piece.

This plastic carving board looks like an awful idea.
Edited by: "MSK." 28th Jan
The Joseph Joseph plastic colanders with handles are really useful.

We also have a different JJ carving board which is sloped (like this one) so that juices collect rather than run onto the counter which is a good design idea but the board itself is shiny plastic without any traction so the whole thing slides around when trying to carve. This one says non-slip so maybe they updated the design.

We also have some nested bowls with lemon squeeze which looks good in the cupboard but rarely gets used.

The folding chopping board is also a pretty good idea. Eventually the handle came off after 2-3 years but the board itself is still in use minus the handle.
Edited by: "jyonda" 28th Jan
jyonda32 m ago

The Joseph Joseph plastic colanders with handles are really useful. We …The Joseph Joseph plastic colanders with handles are really useful. We also have a different JJ carving board which is sloped (like this one) so that juices collect rather than run onto the counter which is a good design idea but the board itself is shiny plastic without any traction so the whole thing slides around when trying to carve. This one says non-slip so maybe they updated the design.We also have some nested bowls with lemon squeeze which looks good in the cupboard but rarely gets used.The folding chopping board is also a pretty good idea. Eventually the handle came off after 2-3 years but the board itself is still in use minus the handle.


The same happened to our folding chopping board and it is also about to split down one of the folds, but used and shoved in the dishwasher daily for the last 5 years.

This is the updated carving board with non slip rubber strips around the edges.
robgoode28th Jan

Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a …Are their products worth buying? Going to be moving into first home in a few months and seen a lot of their products around lately. Not sure if it’s a fad or they actually are good products.


I bought a plastic chopping board from Selfridges way back when they first came out and you couldn't get them many other places. The label it came with was really hard to remove and when I got it off , it left a very sticky residue which was picking up dirt etc, phoned then and they told me to take it back and get a replacement. Stroppy woman at Selfridges was reluctant to replace it but eventually did - it was not fit for purpose. But as others have said the board is easily marked and that didnt seem hygenic to me . Scratches, cuts and crevices can surely harbour germs more easily and harder to clean throughly. I got rid of it eventually . Wouldn't buy another JJ board - I think they are mostly style over substance.
Edited by: "Patr100" 29th Jan
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