Russell Hobbs quality fusion 3 piece stainless steel knife set £3.99 @ b&m (Rrp £10.00)
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Russell Hobbs quality fusion 3 piece stainless steel knife set £3.99 @ b&m (Rrp £10.00)

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Edited by:"LeahsMintytoutou"Found 12th Jun 2017
Russell Hobbs 3 piece stainless steel knife set £3.99 in B&M.. rrp £10..
not used them yet but they look really good strong knives.. the biggest one is huge)
includes
Santoku knife
Utility knife
paring knife
WITH A 12 MONTH GUARANTEE
(also had a 5 piece set for about £5.99 the link for that is Link to 5piece set
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    Original Poster
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    Good price for someone desperately in need of cheap knives.
    Remember to upgrade to at least a decent chefs knife when you can afford to.

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    Destard3 m ago

    Good price for someone desperately in need of cheap knives.Remember to …Good price for someone desperately in need of cheap knives.Remember to upgrade to at least a decent chefs knife when you can afford to.Voted hot.


    Lol what difference does it make to the food if I use these knives or one that costs £60?I think even if I was rich I wouldn't buy proper chefs knives
    LeahMinttoutou

    Lol what difference does it make to the food if I use these knives or one … Lol what difference does it make to the food if I use these knives or one that costs £60?I think even if I was rich I wouldn't buy proper chefs knives


    I used to think like that a long time ago.
    However, a decent chefs knife makes a world of difference.
    I would suggest a victorinox fibrox to start with, you can get a 19cm chefs knife for under twenty five pounds.
    You'll find the sharpness quite breath taking. Not to mention the durability of the blade.

    I don't have any shares in knife companies, so I'm just trying to bring awareness as like you and I, many people don't know there is more to it than just a brand name and inflated price tag.

    Perhaps Google some video reviews of the knife I suggested. They are interesting.
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    Destard4 m ago

    I used to think like that a long time ago.However, a decent chefs knife …I used to think like that a long time ago.However, a decent chefs knife makes a world of difference.I would suggest a victorinox fibrox to start with, you can get a 19cm chefs knife for under twenty five pounds.You'll find the sharpness quite breath taking. Not to mention the durability of the blade.I don't have any shares in knife companies, so I'm just trying to bring awareness as like you and I, many people don't know there is more to it than just a brand name and inflated price tag.Perhaps Google some video reviews of the knife I suggested. They are interesting.


    Hm ok, well thanks for the advice.. don't know if I ever will buy a knife like that but thanks for the info
    Best thing i ever did in 26 years of being married ....Buy a bloody decent set of knives ....seriously buy the block ones outta Argos and suchlike ...they are dire ....you'd be surprised at how a decent set can make cooking all the more enjoyable .....;)
    Hondo

    Best thing i ever did in 26 years of being married ....Buy a bloody … Best thing i ever did in 26 years of being married ....Buy a bloody decent set of knives ....seriously buy the block ones outta Argos and suchlike ...they are dire ....you'd be surprised at how a decent set can make cooking all the more enjoyable .....;)


    I presume you meant to say DON'T buy the block ones outta Argos?
    I got the Thomson (if that's what they're called) from Tesco a couple of years ago when they were reduced if you spent £X on shopping, brilliant knives and did make a massive difference. Probably couldn't justify the RRP though personally
    Destard5 h, 1 m ago

    Good price for someone desperately in need of cheap knives.Remember to …Good price for someone desperately in need of cheap knives.Remember to upgrade to at least a decent chefs knife when you can afford to.Voted hot.


    A good Santoku now takes the place of a chefs knife, I hardly ever touch my chefs knife nowadays since I bought my Santoku, I do everything with it now chop, slice, carve, crack it does it all
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