Viners Silhouette 5 Piece Knife Block Set £5 Morrisons (Bracknell) RRP £69 (Amazon £25)
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Viners Silhouette 5 Piece Knife Block Set £5 Morrisons (Bracknell) RRP £69 (Amazon £25)

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LocalFound 23rd Jan 2016
Viners Silhouette 5 Piece Knife Block Set £5 Morrisons (Bracknell) RRP £35. The set contains 20 cm chefs knife, 20 cm bread knife, 15.5 cm chef knife, 13 cm utility knife and 9.5 cm paring knife. 5 Year Wear Guarantee against defects.

Only three sets left in Morrison's Bracknell store, but the offer should be national.
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I bought these from the Kidderminster store yesterday. Absolute bargain
Decent if you find them
ScubaDudes

Forget the 5 year guarantee as viners went a couple of years ago. But … Forget the 5 year guarantee as viners went a couple of years ago. But brilliant price anyway.



They were took over a year or so ago after going into administration, so guarantees should be fine. A company from Liverpool owns it now.
Edited by: "wiggywig" 23rd Jan 2016
The brand name is owned by Rayware Group Ltd. If this is new stock then it will not be anywhere near as good as the original Viners product (not that it was much good anyway towards the end hence why it went).
Rayware have a habit of buying up brand names and then reducing the quality of the product to as cheap and nasty as they can get away with. Expect the knives to be worth only £5 and not RRP £69
Edited by: "merikiito" 23rd Jan 2016
wiggywig

They were took over a year or so ago after going into administration, so … They were took over a year or so ago after going into administration, so guarantees should be fine. A company from Liverpool owns it now.



Thanks for the info, I'll delete my comment.
merikiito

The brand name is owned by Rayware Group Ltd. If this is new stock then … The brand name is owned by Rayware Group Ltd. If this is new stock then it will not be anywhere near as good as the original Viners product (not that it was much good anyway towards the end hence why it went).Rayware have a habit of buying up brand names and then reducing the quality of the product to as cheap and nasty as they can get away with. Expect the knives to be worth only £5 and not RRP £69



​cheap knives are always some scam
these knives are fantastic. look great and so sharp. the stand is a bit cheap looking but I don't care as the knives are great. been worth the £25 we paid
managed to get the last set tonight in totnes - i like them - got other knifes so mainly on show so will last for years
paid a tenner for these last week as they matched the new kitchen colour.......great knifes and if you get them for a fiver then youve got a bargain
None in stratford branch. Great find.
merikiito

The brand name is owned by Rayware Group Ltd. If this is new stock then … The brand name is owned by Rayware Group Ltd. If this is new stock then it will not be anywhere near as good as the original Viners product (not that it was much good anyway towards the end hence why it went).Rayware have a habit of buying up brand names and then reducing the quality of the product to as cheap and nasty as they can get away with. Expect the knives to be worth only £5 and not RRP £69


Ah, the Sport Soccer of knives!;)
Besford

Ah, the Sport Soccer of knives!;)


sports soccer has been called sports direct for many years.
Anyone know a barcode number so I can ring ahead?
Got these when they were a tenner and well worth it! Very sharp too...I am have the slice in my thumb to prove it
thabk you heat added
gadgetfanatic

Anyone know a barcode number so I can ring ahead?


5012118109136 is the barcode on my box
wiggywig

They were took over a year or so ago after going into administration, so … They were took over a year or so ago after going into administration, so guarantees should be fine. A company from Liverpool owns it now.



​never knew that. Such a shame so many well known companies disappearing
picked some up today from morrisons at pontefract
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