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Posted 15th Aug 2018Available: NationalEdited by:"missmisiowa"

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Sabatier Ceramic Knife Set x4 @ Home Bargains in-store £6 at the till.
At Merthyr Tydfil store 4 packs left.
Found on top shelf above pyrex dishes, not even displayed.
BTW large pyrex dishes are about 75% off (true discount not the usual fake rrp!).

Wonderful knives.
Just opened the bomb proof packaging.
Sliced an average tomato into 25 slices.
These are awesome with fruit, veg, meat, even bread.
Not everyone is a fan of zirconium knives as they are relatively fragile.
I have TEW ceramic for about 1 year and indeed it has a few small chips.
Yet still so freakishly sharp that I would not test it (any more) on my finger.
Normally I see single ceramic knives at £5 to £10.
So here you go.
They are available online from a certain reseller @ 15+2.99 = £17.99
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Edited by: "Infrasonic" 16th Aug 2018
I don't think "Sabatier" are a brand more than than they are a type/style of knife from a specific region of France. One piece forged blade/tang with handle riveted in place.

I have Richardson "V" Sabatier knives and although there may be better, I have also seen the same style by other manufactures that are avsolute 5hi7e quality.

These may be good, but don't rely on the "Sabatier" name alone.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 15th Aug 2018
Wow, the knives are out on this thread.
missmisiowa15/08/2018 23:46

fully forged process, LOL, ceramic knives :-)


Would that indicate they're forgeries?
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Great price for 4 ceramic knives.
Sabatier are great.
I don't think "Sabatier" are a brand more than than they are a type/style of knife from a specific region of France. One piece forged blade/tang with handle riveted in place.

I have Richardson "V" Sabatier knives and although there may be better, I have also seen the same style by other manufactures that are avsolute 5hi7e quality.

These may be good, but don't rely on the "Sabatier" name alone.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 15th Aug 2018
Need a knife to open the packaging 😄
I thought the Sabatier name was used under license by various manufacturers, but I may wrong.
Shinoke15/08/2018 23:44

Ahh, it's a maker's mark:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SabatierWikipedia …Ahh, it's a maker's mark:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SabatierWikipedia comes to the rescue again



fully forged process, LOL, ceramic knives :-)
missmisiowa15/08/2018 23:46

fully forged process, LOL, ceramic knives :-)


Would that indicate they're forgeries?
qbs16/08/2018 00:45

Would that indicate they're forgeries?


quite the opposite! non-forgeries, but seriously, how the ceramic knives are made??
missmisiowa4 m ago

quite the opposite! non-forgeries, but seriously, how the ceramic knives …quite the opposite! non-forgeries, but seriously, how the ceramic knives are made??


Forged, forgeries, joke.

For manufacturing, scroll down to processing steps here
Edited by: "qbs" 16th Aug 2018
grex91012 h, 25 m ago

You should probably put some cream on that....He became a driving …You should probably put some cream on that....He became a driving instructor because he's so stupid he actually believed the stated £80,000 OTE on the job adverts. He's an ex-friend because he thought he could be both duplicitous and Machiavellian with regards to a personal matter without the means to see it through. Anyway, dribblesak, thanks for asking. Means a lot.


*with regard
Seems it's a good price for 4 knives
crazylegs16th Aug 2018

Oh well you probably only have the one friend left now he's not around …Oh well you probably only have the one friend left now he's not around anymore, but then thats what you get for being so anal.Maybe next time spare us all the character assasination, we are really not that interested!


I've only got one friend...................perhaps I need to buy these knives? 😣😣
Wow, the knives are out on this thread.
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Edited by: "Infrasonic" 16th Aug 2018
Expect visitors to laugh if they see you using these.
I am a excellent chef I bought a set of these , and 3 sets for family and friends , from big home bargains , on anlaby road in hull , I paid £7 an absolute bargain , very sharp , but fragile , my main set is Sabatier pro , ignore crap reviews from , can't cook won't cook folks , great knives , thank you so much OP X
Having to post just to get notified so l can read the updates!
P.S. Many thanks OP.
grex910115/08/2018 23:29

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Morbidly obese? They say never trust a skinny chef...
mrtech00716/08/2018 08:23

I am a excellent chef I bought a set of these , and 3 sets for family and …I am a excellent chef I bought a set of these , and 3 sets for family and friends , from big home bargains , on anlaby road in hull , I paid £7 an absolute bargain , very sharp , but fragile , my main set is Sabatier pro , ignore crap reviews from , can't cook won't cook folks , great knives , thank you so much OP X


And sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo modest.
qbs1 m ago

And sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo modest.


Edit: Here's the 'n' you lost.
None in my local.
Don't mention back stabbers.....lol
Grex9101 He know much about knives now. You stabbed him in the back.....
termite4 h, 41 m ago

Expect visitors to laugh if they see you using these.


Y
Kidmonkey28 m ago

Infamy!!!


Infamy, Infamy, they've all got it infamy.
smithss16/08/2018 09:33

Morbidly obese? They say never trust a skinny chef...



Should I trust Little Chef?
Infrasonic7 h, 40 m ago

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The Shakespeare version of this "et tu, Brute?" is wrong. What he actually said was "ouch ya brute!"
missmisiowa16 h, 11 m ago

fully forged process, LOL, ceramic knives :-)


I didn't claim they were. Most Sabatier knives you see in the UK aren't forged. The Richardson Sheffield ones are decent for the price, but are just stamped steel made in China.

The point is Sabatier is just an unregulated maker's mark that means nothing these days - at least without something more than "Sabatier". Read the article.

Having said that way ceramic knives are made is likely closer to forging than how stamped steel knives are made.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 16th Aug 2018
qbs16/08/2018 11:41

And sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo modest.



That was my first impression too, but on reflection I can't ever recall meeting with a modest Chef.
You've got me thinking now - perhaps modesty is not a trait one can - or even should, expect from or associate with a Chef?
Rick Stein seems fairly modest and humble, especially for a celebrity.

Character flaws aren't a requirement for good skill.
tryn2help16/08/2018 15:58

That was my first impression too, but on reflection I can't ever recall …That was my first impression too, but on reflection I can't ever recall meeting with a modest Chef. You've got me thinking now - perhaps modesty is not a trait one can - or even should, expect from or associate with a Chef?


I knew a chef many years ago who was extremely modest, but a rarity.

Also, are we speaking about chefs, or people who call themselves chefs.
Hope these have some metal in the handle so it can be detected when going through metal detectors.
£6.99 in Amesbury.
Fantastic value.
Just bought 1.7 packs of these knives. I'm intrigued. I know little about knives but get why you shouldn't use a glass chopping board or try to cut frozen meat or meat with bones. But not to use it with hard cheese?!!! Anyone know why?
Shinoke3 h, 33 m ago

Rick Stein seems fairly modest and humble, especially for a …Rick Stein seems fairly modest and humble, especially for a celebrity.Character flaws aren't a requirement for good skill.


I wasn't thinking of it as a flaw.

qbs3 h, 30 m ago

I knew a chef many years ago who was extremely modest, but a rarity.Also, …I knew a chef many years ago who was extremely modest, but a rarity.Also, are we speaking about chefs, or people who call themselves chefs.


I was speaking about Chefs, most of those that came to mind were all seriously good and they did hold top positions, but being modest didn't seem to be a trait of theirs (not saying they were bigheaded - they certainly weren't), they knew they were good and they were happy to let others know it.


or, ..or, .. maybe they all had confidence issues and only acted like that to remind themselves they can do it.
Edited by: "tryn2help" 16th Aug 2018
anthony40156 m ago

Just bought 1.7 packs of these knives. I'm intrigued. I know little about …Just bought 1.7 packs of these knives. I'm intrigued. I know little about knives but get why you shouldn't use a glass chopping board or try to cut frozen meat or meat with bones. But not to use it with hard cheese?!!! Anyone know why?


I suspect with these they don't have any flexibility like standard knives. When cutting cheese (especially a larger or hard block), unless it is exceptionally sharp the chances are the knife will flex a little under pressure. Just a thought...
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