ROBERT DYAS INSTORE ONLY: Richardson Sheffield Laser Cuisine Knife: £1.99
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ROBERT DYAS INSTORE ONLY: Richardson Sheffield Laser Cuisine Knife: £1.99

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Found 21st Nov 2012
At the risk of this product being (incorrectly) compared to one from a £shop, thought I would post it anyway as it seems a good deal for a quality branded product with a 15yr guarantee.


Richardson Sheffield Laser Cuisine All Purpose Knife
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- A real multi-purpose knife that cuts, slices and trims meat, vegetables and sandwiches.

- Ergonomically designed handle

- High quality martensitic stainless steel

- 15yr guarantee
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looks like a cheapo junk knife with that double serrated edge
Mascherano

looks like a cheapo junk knife with that double serrated edge



Mascherano
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Says it all really. (_;)
HappyShopper

MascheranoMember: 5 years, 3 weeksDeals posted: 0Says it all really. (_;)


ad hominem attack says it all about you
junk knife
Pretty great knives.
Have 3 of them.

Great to see Mascherano (the culinary expert) providing a helpful comment yet again.
HappyShopper

MascheranoMember: 5 years, 3 weeksDeals posted: 0Says it all really. (_;)


Says what exactly?

I agree, looks like pound shop junk.
I got the bread slicing model from Wilkinsons marked down to £2 from £4, and it is a quality item, but yes, the serrated edge looks cheap. Mine has a full-tine riveted handle, which adds some quality. But basically it is a decent make.
LongPockets

I got the bread slicing model from Wilkinsons marked down to £2 from £4, a … I got the bread slicing model from Wilkinsons marked down to £2 from £4, and it is a quality item, but yes, the serrated edge looks cheap. Mine has a full-tine riveted handle, which adds some quality. But basically it is a decent make.


Best one they ever did was the Wiltshire Staysharp. Just checked and they now make them again, not as cheap as this deal though but cheaper than the pampered chef equivalent
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