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stainless steel penknife  blue £2.54 Add salefr15  to get this price  + free delivery this wk end @ Mountain warehouse
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Stainless Steel Penknife - Blue The Mountain Warehouse Penknife A compact design with seven fold out practical tools and a convenient keyring features - Scissors, knife, can… Read more
rossysaurus17 h, 21 m ago

Leatherman too. My Juice CS4 is 11 years old and gets daily abuse. If you …Leatherman too. My Juice CS4 is 11 years old and gets daily abuse. If you want pliers get a Leatherman. If you want a toothpick, tweezers and a nail file get a Victorinox.



Pleasantly surprised by gerber multitools , SOG too... buy good once and it lasts & lasts & lasts.
jonesinamillion1 h, 16 m ago

terrible.Buy a victorinox and it'll out live you!I have a swiss champ that …terrible.Buy a victorinox and it'll out live you!I have a swiss champ that was my great aunties, I'd guess its nearly 40 years old and its still mint, even the original pen works!


Leatherman too. My Juice CS4 is 11 years old and gets daily abuse. If you want pliers get a Leatherman. If you want a toothpick, tweezers and a nail file get a Victorinox.
terrible.

Buy a victorinox and it'll out live you!

I have a swiss champ that was my great aunties, I'd guess its nearly 40 years old and its still mint, even the original pen works!
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Richardson Sheffield V Sabatier 2 piece carving Knife X50CrMoV Set instore Aldi Seven Kings £4.99
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Item was in a display cabinet with £7.99 down to £4.99 sign. The Aldi website shows it originally at £14.99 in December 2017. Unsure how many are left in stock at this branch. O… Read more
Sadly these are now made in China. Sheffield in name only now.
10 on show inside cabinet in Aldi Coulsdon.
Heart of house magnetic bamboo knife block & 5 knives + 3 year guarantee £16.50 @ argos
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Found 11th FebFound 11th Feb
Was £34.99 then reduced down,further savings now £16.50 manufacturers 3 yr guarantee ,taper ground blades,dishwasher safe ,free c+c
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Can anyone recommend a good set of knives with a block under £60?
Deal for £10.49 posted on Boxing Day, not bad for the money, hot
justanothercid16 h, 56 m ago

Was 10.50 only a few weeks ago...actually think it was a deal on here..


WOT !!!!, THANKS
I bought these at £10 a few weeks back. Certinly worth a tenner and possibly this price.

The knives are fine if a bit light (hollow handles) and they look good.

EDIT: And yes the block has a magnet inside.
Edited by: "Superficial" 12th Feb
Magnetic bamboo???
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Summit Multi tool and penknife set - £2.50 (75% off) @ Tesco instore (Cradley Heath)
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Constructed from stainless steel and includes a knife, pliers, bottle opener, cross-head screwdriver, screwdrivers, can opener, wire cutters, scissors and a file. Were plenty in … Read more
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Looks like these have been reduced further to £2.50. Tesco Cradley Heath located on upper floor.33270081-Lg1Mh.jpg
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manowarbruno11th Feb

avoid this cheap stuff, pay a bit more and get a real knife that will last …avoid this cheap stuff, pay a bit more and get a real knife that will last for a lifetime


By a bit more I assume you mean several multiples of this price. It's cheap but functional.
avoid this cheap stuff, pay a bit more and get a real knife that will last for a lifetime
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Nice find @greenant - heat added
Prestige 6 piece knife block set & 10 year manufacturers guarantee £14.99 @ argos
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Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Prestige 6 piece knife block set, precision ground steel,dishwasher safe and 10 year manufacturers guarantee Was £38 now £14.99 come gift boxed.
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StylianosCharalambous9th Feb

Are these any good?



Cheep crap... picked mine up today and will return it. Thin light blades, although rubber handles feel great to touch, they also look cheap. If you missed out, don't worry, you haven't missed out on much.
Nearer stock to me 53 miles
Are these any good?
Stock in Glenrothes too
Stock near me. Don't vote cold just cos it's not delivered on a plate to you.....
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Irwin 1888439 FK250 Folding Utility Knife £10.06 @ Amazon
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Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
1 x Irwin FK250 Folding Utility Knife 2 x Phillips bits 2 x Square insert bits 3 x blades
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dougieboy2nd Feb

Mine arrived today. Reviews suggest there can be a problem with the button …Mine arrived today. Reviews suggest there can be a problem with the button to insert the blades. Mine won’t open to fit the blade so will have to go back. Looks ok, but perhaps a big gimmicky if it refuses to accept blades.


You can only fit blades when knife is open at 45 degrees should of keep it!! And read manual
dougieboy2nd Feb

Mine arrived today. Reviews suggest there can be a problem with the button …Mine arrived today. Reviews suggest there can be a problem with the button to insert the blades. Mine won’t open to fit the blade so will have to go back. Looks ok, but perhaps a big gimmicky if it refuses to accept blades.


You'll find it works fine, the button works when the blade is partially opened, you should see a little unlock icon and arrow near the hinge.

See Bladelock instructions on the bottom of the back of the pack.
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Mine arrived today. Reviews suggest there can be a problem with the button to insert the blades. Mine won’t open to fit the blade so will have to go back. Looks ok, but perhaps a big gimmicky if it refuses to accept blades.
I got one of these seems pretty good.

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Steveyorkie18 h, 49 m ago

Flippin eck, a new mod Good find OP, think I'll replace my Fatmax (?) …Flippin eck, a new mod Good find OP, think I'll replace my Fatmax (?) with this


This looks like it's stamped out in the same factory as the Fatmax folding knife, with the addition of a screwdriver bit adapter
Tower Knife Set £3.99 @ The Food Warehouse Stechford retail park, B'ham
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6-Piece non-stick Knife set from Tower amazing value and quality of the item. Limited quantity available Available in-store only at The Food Warehouse Stechford retail park, B'ham
Long drive from Southampton but its worth it. I'll make some egg Sammy's before I go.
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clairlh882 m ago

Is it available at any other branches?


Not too sure, I've only seen it at this branch.
Is it available at any other branches?
Taylors Eye Witness 5 piece dexterity coloured knife block for £17.49 @ Amazon (free delivery for Prime or orders over £20. Else +£4.75)
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Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
Was £25 since 2015 on Amazon (30% off). £29.95 at Harts of Stur. 4.4 out of 5 stars with 800 reviews. - 5pc knife block set blades that are easy to sharpen yet difficult to blu… Read more
I have an older version. If they are similar, they will be easy to sharpen, but be blunt by the end of every second use. A lot of metal comes off when they are sharpened, they need to be throughly wiped before they can go anywhere near food.

Paint coming off is variable. My two biggest knifes still have most intact paint. One of the smaller ones has lost near all it's paint. Loss of paint will most likely occur when they are sharpened. Which you will have to do a lot.

When they are sharp, they work fine. But I am sure (I really hope) there are much better quality knives out there.
We've had a set of these for coming up 2 years, as I jsut found out when I clicked through the link...

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Have been great and we use them knives everyday!
Had them avoid rubbish paint chips tips break easy rubvish stick to stainless steel not painted crap
Seems a ridiculous form over function product, why would you put paint on the blades. It seems quite inevitable to me it'll chip and peel.
Some of the reviews have photos of the paint on the blades coming off in the food.
Top quality Victorinox penknife.  Bargain price according to 3xCamel - £11.20 Prime / £15.19 non Prime @ Amazon
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I just bought one of these top quality Victorinox Spartan penknifes. If you buy one in red it costs £13.09 (list £21.99) This otherwise identical model in black costs £11.20 (list … Read more
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jozski13th Feb

My order has been cancelled


Mine too. Some rubbish about delivery.
You would think they would offer to fulfil the order with the red one.
Disappointing from Amazon.
Have you got a link mate and I'll have a goose
jozski2 m ago

Unfortunately, we're unable to deliver your Amazon.co.uk order to your …Unfortunately, we're unable to deliver your Amazon.co.uk order to your selected address due to to specific handling and storage requirements, so we've had to cancel it.


Same here. The jelly version is £14.20 so I've ordered that instead. Annoying but still a decent price.
Unfortunately, we're unable to deliver your Amazon.co.uk order to your selected address due to to specific handling and storage requirements, so we've had to cancel it.
Victorinox 0690100 army knife excelsor £8.81 Prime / £12.80 Non Prime @ Amazon (temp oos - allowing to order)
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Victorinox 0690100 army knife excelsor red - temp oos but allowing to order from Amazon under other buying choices The Excelior knife has the following features: Large and smal… Read more
sidewinder30613th Jan

So given the 3" non lockable, does that mean that a fixed Stanley knife is …So given the 3" non lockable, does that mean that a fixed Stanley knife is legal but a folding one is not, as they all lock presumably to make them safer in use.


Late answer : neither are legal in general use, you'd need to be able to justify possession in public. One is a fixed blade. The other locking.
2 day suspension if you call someone a name.then eventually a ban
nougat3 m ago

Didn't want to get suspended for name calling again. I was being a bit …Didn't want to get suspended for name calling again. I was being a bit cryptic


Fair enough!
Name calling, suspension, how childish does that sound i got lines for that in my day 😝
UltimatePhoenix3 h, 31 m ago

Ahhh right, need put "@" first, without spaces, more understood that way …Ahhh right, need put "@" first, without spaces, more understood that way


Didn't want to get suspended for name calling again. I was being a bit cryptic
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Victorinox Explorer Army Knife - Red £22 Del @ Amazon
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Excellent price for this delivered - husband swears by Victorinox, he has several different versions & even bought me one a few years ago, it's proved invaluable when out with … Read more
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If only this had a nail cutter I would’ve been all over it
Ever thought about buying a cutlery set for the family?
vanessaanne3 h, 12 m ago

Ok so if someone tries to break into my house I’m not using this then or I …Ok so if someone tries to break into my house I’m not using this then or I’ll get done. Someone tried to break into my neighbors house last Friday, it’s a good area and we all got a fright, my neighbor chased the **** and ended up in my drive way. Screaming blue murder was the burglar he said “they all hurt me” to the to the police. All the neighbors came out and all of a sudden no one was posh anymore I think the burglar was glad when the police came. But the point of the story sorry was that I didn’t feel safe and I cannot defend myself with any object in case I get done I’m disabled and could not talk down a man. The dog in the house never put him off either. Wedding ring all over the drive way car keys three handbags lots of stuff he just went down all the houses as it’s a nice area no one locked their doors. Well sorry for the long story and thank you for the links. I would never use this hurt anyone



I think if you have an item with which you intend to cause harm, then the item can be classed as an offensive weapon whatever the item.
queenieburns24 m ago

No, I just use it for walking about in the dark.. And see the action in hd



So u will use it vs knife, or acid or screw driver?
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queenieburns1 h, 11 m ago

I have a 6 d cell Maglite in case of such an events



If you keep it for with intent or judge will classified it as for, then its still weapon.
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Samurai Kitchen Knife Set. Was 49.99 now 21.99 + 3.99 del @ find me a gift
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What do you get? 1  Chef's Knife 1  Bread Knife 1  Utility Knife 1  Paring Knife 1  Presentation Stand About The Product Four kitchen knive set - shaped like traditional Japane… Read more
Im almost speechless how good these look and the video speaks for itself on the quality.

well it's easier to list the stuff I don't like,
maybe there are worthwhile weed smokers out there, but in my experience every one of them has been a loser.

When was the last time anyone felt they had misjudged someone after they'd fallen foul of their personal generalisations?
It almost never happens.
horsey5 h, 26 m ago

Stuff like this relates to my list of 'boys my daughter is not allowed to …Stuff like this relates to my list of 'boys my daughter is not allowed to date' - if he has swords hanging on his wall, he's banned.


You’re saying that as though there is actually someone who will be allowed on the non-banned list. Keeping an open mind, fair play!
Stuff like this relates to my list of 'boys my daughter is not allowed to date' - if he has swords hanging on his wall, he's banned.
I was brought these as a present, imo opinion the knives are really good. So good I've scratched the worktop in many places cutting various things to my wife's dismay
Kitchen Devils Small Asian Cook's Knife  £4 instore at Asda
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Marked as £7 on shelf Scanning at £4. £10.49 on Amazon. Santuko style blade. 15 year guarantee In store at Asda.
Great knife. Just got it today and tried it.
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also not all asian cooks are small
Gollywood8 m ago

Imagine how gutted you'd be if you were a Big Asian cook in need of a …Imagine how gutted you'd be if you were a Big Asian cook in need of a knife?


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Gollywood1 m ago

Imagine how gutted you'd be if you were a Big Asian cook in need of a …Imagine how gutted you'd be if you were a Big Asian cook in need of a knife?


Obviously not gutted by one of these knives though....
Victorinox Camper Swiss Army Knife - £12.50 @ Tesco (C&C)
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Multi tool-red. I bought two of these from Tesco Direct at Christmas for £15 each and I thought it was a good deal. Obviously this is a better price for a really quality piece of k… Read more
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Picked mine up today. It's a thing of beauty
BB89.3 h, 20 m ago

You're one top class muppet, if a terrorist was known and caught he would …You're one top class muppet, if a terrorist was known and caught he would be arrested, how would he return home, let alone get his knife back at the airport.. any other normal human being would go collect their legitimate confiscated goods, you think a terrorist would do the same? Lmao.



So why and when were the knife and sharp points ban introduced? Who were they targetted? I am just exploring if you could write top class muppet on your forehead and walk out in the street.
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splender8 h, 36 m ago

You mean it is a gamble in the last few years (and now)with non 100% …You mean it is a gamble in the last few years (and now)with non 100% security enforcement and terrorists could use a Swiss knife to endanger lives of cabin crew and could crash the whole plane? And in the event a terrorist has his knife taken, he could get it back on his way back?!


You're one top class muppet, if a terrorist was known and caught he would be arrested, how would he return home, let alone get his knife back at the airport.. any other normal human being would go collect their legitimate confiscated goods, you think a terrorist would do the same? Lmao.
splender16 h, 32 m ago

You didn't buy good quality Chinese clones, you paid cheap money for cheap …You didn't buy good quality Chinese clones, you paid cheap money for cheap Chinese clones or conned. Typical problem for folks here who don't buy premium and pay for quality Chinese clones of anything and then moan about poor quality. Chinese Swiss-clones can be as good, read here, scared the pants of Swiss politicians who were afriad the Swiss Army may buy Chinese.



splender16 h, 32 m ago

You didn't buy good quality Chinese clones, you paid cheap money for cheap …You didn't buy good quality Chinese clones, you paid cheap money for cheap Chinese clones or conned. Typical problem for folks here who don't buy premium and pay for quality Chinese clones of anything and then moan about poor quality. Chinese Swiss-clones can be as good, read here, scared the pants of Swiss politicians who were afriad the Swiss Army may buy Chinese.


You are being unfair. The Chinese do make good kit but the prices are not that far off from European stuff. Cheap is still cheap quality generally speaking and when the quality goes up so does the price regardless of country of origin.
BB89.2 h, 5 m ago

Been taking it the last 15 years (not incl USA) no issues,only last few …Been taking it the last 15 years (not incl USA) no issues,only last few years it's a gamble. Have also had it taken away twice, in Luton and Heathrow, and was able to.pick it up on my way back.. Also they sell Swiss army knifes in duty free airports which is strange!



You mean it is a gamble in the last few years (and now)with non 100% security enforcement and terrorists could use a Swiss knife to endanger lives of cabin crew and could crash the whole plane? And in the event a terrorist has his knife taken, he could get it back on his way back?!
Sabichi Everyday 16 piece Cutlery Set was £12.99 now £9.99 PLUS Buy One Get One Free + Free C+C via Collect+ @ Very
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Thought this was a decent offer, the Sabichi Everyday 16 piece Cutlery Set was £12.99 & is now £9.99 PLUS you get an extra set sent for Free, so 32 pieces for £9.99 with Free C… Read more
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Thanks. Bought a set
Tempted to replace my current set at this price
Ordered a set thankyou!!
These are great quality, I bought 2 on a bogof deal last year for £12.99. Tempted to buy again just to stock up!
Thanks
Tower Five-Piece Knife Set with Acrylic Stand £16.98 delivered at Groupon
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Really lovely knife set for £14.99 + £1.99 delivery at Groupon Elegant titanium-coated blades for an elegant and durable finish Ergonomically designed handles for optimum comfo… Read more
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Funsam13th Jan

Everywhere else that sells this set have a no dishwasher recommended on …Everywhere else that sells this set have a no dishwasher recommended on this set


It wasn't this exact set. But the set I got specifically stated safe for dishwasher.
deany762 h, 21 m ago

Cant have hoverboards, Have they proven to dangerous?ebikes without …Cant have hoverboards, Have they proven to dangerous?ebikes without pedals, As aboveget prescriptions for drugs that actually help, Not where I live, if you mean specialist meds refused, different story.kodi, I was going to buy in but illegal for LFC matches so passedsugar tax, Good thing, child obesedy is increasingalcohol tax, Again not a bad thing #1 hospital beds due to alcohol abusecig tax, As aboveused car high tax, My car is 13 years old this year not sure what you meandiesel car soon to be high tax,If dangerous N02 then okay air guns, Air guns, who buys them?airsoft guns, No idea what this iscap guns, See abovefishing, What? Can go fishing if you fancy itmotorcross bikes, What? News to me.have a loud exhaust on your car,Agreed disgraceful and soon to be fast food tax no doubt. Um, see child obesedy above.

See my brackets, I wasnt saying all of those things are illegal. But there are hoops to jump through and unfair propaganda and tariffs that make them less accesible and frowned upon.

Hoverboards- private land use, explode scare stories. Meds such as benzos hard to get prescribed. Sugar tax is unfair on responsible people that enjoy pop. Kodi ruined by ISP blocking streams and scare stories. Used cars generally have to pay higher tax than new cars due to unfair C02 nonsense. Diesel cars supposed harmful NOX emissions will likely result in high tax and entry to London already is higher. Fishing requires licenses, and private membership of clubs to fish anywhere decent. Same with motorcross bikes, cant just ride them on wasteland or in woodland. Etc.

In some nations all of these things are free, blind eyes are turned or they are far more accesible for the majority. And they arent as socially unacceptable (which is due to the class system, nanny state and the media).

Yeah it wasnt a well written comment by myself, nor is this really, but I am trying to say that there should be more freedom in general. Banning everything either outright or by layers of legislation and social discouragement, including the sale of knives to under 18s, in my opinion is the wrong way to go about things.

There are reasons idiot kids and adults stab each other. The availabilty of the tool they choose to do it with is neither here nor there.
thabiz24 m ago

This is the UK where you arent allowed to enjoy anything (atleast without …This is the UK where you arent allowed to enjoy anything (atleast without paying through the nose or finding illegal ways or willing to be socially stigmatised) or have personal responsibility, especially if your from a poorer class. Cant have hoverboards, ebikes without pedals, get prescriptions for drugs that actually help, kodi, sugar tax, alcohol tax, cig tax, used car high tax, diesel car soon to be high tax, air guns, airsoft guns, cap guns, fishing, motorcross bikes, have a loud exhaust on your car, and soon to be fast food tax no doubt. I guess we all will have to stay in our little houses and flats and watch the tv (on low volume ofcourse) that we have to pay £150 a year for the pleasure of, and only use our internet connections for job sites, wholesome articles about eating healthy and the wrongs of all drugs, alcohol and any pleasurable experiences.



Cant have hoverboards,
Have they proven to dangerous?

ebikes without pedals,
As above

get prescriptions for drugs that actually help,
Not where I live, if you mean specialist meds refused, different story.
kodi,
I was going to buy in but illegal for LFC matches so passed
sugar tax,
Good thing, child obesedy is increasing
alcohol tax,
Again not a bad thing #1 hospital beds due to alcohol abuse
cig tax,
As above
used car high tax,
My car is 13 years old this year not sure what you mean
diesel car soon to be high tax,
If dangerous N02 then okay
air guns,
Air guns, who buys them?
airsoft guns,
No idea what this is
cap guns,
See above
fishing,
What? Can go fishing if you fancy it
motorcross bikes,
What? News to me.
have a loud exhaust on your car,
Agreed disgraceful
and soon to be fast food tax no doubt.
Um, see child obesedy above.
kefan7713th Jan

so what? you can't buy a gun in the UK yet gangs shoot at each other …so what? you can't buy a gun in the UK yet gangs shoot at each other regularly.banning sales of knives will have 0 impact on anything.oh, btw did you know that government censors porn and gambling access? it's just as effective. it takes any average 13 year old about 8 seconds to bypass.

This is the UK where you arent allowed to enjoy anything (atleast without paying through the nose or finding illegal ways or willing to be socially stigmatised) or have personal responsibility, especially if your from a poorer class.

Cant have hoverboards, ebikes without pedals, get prescriptions for drugs that actually help, kodi, sugar tax, alcohol tax, cig tax, used car high tax, diesel car soon to be high tax, air guns, airsoft guns, cap guns, fishing, motorcross bikes, have a loud exhaust on your car, and soon to be fast food tax no doubt.

I guess we all will have to stay in our little houses and flats and watch the tv (on low volume ofcourse) that we have to pay £150 a year for the pleasure of, and only use our internet connections for job sites, wholesome articles about eating healthy and the wrongs of all drugs, alcohol and any pleasurable experiences.
Mine arrived today they look very nice thanks to OP, as far as the guarantee goes to get the 10 year extended you have to register it online, I have been had by a Tower guarantee before, this is written on the bottom of the box so if you open it the right way up and throw it away you may never see you have to register it. its also asks for a batch code that is actually the bar code mine didn't look anything like their example!
Robert Welch Signature Q Knife Block with 4 Signature Knives £149.99 - Lakeland
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Fantastic set of knives for those looking for a middle of the market quality, can also highly recommend their sharpener for keeping them at their best. Amazon, John Lewis and Robe… Read more
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Blimey there’s some comments on here that can really ‘cut’ deep
chilledbudwei2er2 h, 15 m ago

Now if you cook and use knives regularly


Sorry i cant cook thats why i got married

You lost me at German DIN 1.4116 stainless steel, i though a knife was a knife but after reading your post i will never look at a knife the same.
It’s Heat from me
Top quality knives and a good price. Get what you pay for with knives
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garybb1 h, 6 m ago

Made with 24k gold? Crazy price.


Just for you since it's HDUK and it's constant pointlessness in voting and replies. Had you replied with a constructive reply, say along the lines of buy a Victorinox knife would give you just as much in real life terms, then it would have been a liked post.


Just checked, the knives are made from German DIN 1.4116 stainless steel.
I quickly weighted the 14cm one, and it's 3.8oz.
Google tells me an oz of 24k is currently costs £972, so in fact is it was 24k gone, ONE SINGLE knife would be £3700.
Of course the bread knife and the 20cm ones are far bigger, so it would be costing you well over £20k if it where 24k gold.

I'm also pretty sure it wouldn't be as good as German DIN 1.4116 stainless steel in the sharp department for very long.


Now if you cook and use knives regularly, you would understand that a good knife is a must, maybe go out and use a real quality knife and maintain it, you'd see how much you gain in terms of ease and use over it's life time. £149 for exactly that is an outlay but a bargain when it's still as good as the day you bought it 15 years or more later.
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Boker CPM Titanium Knife - was 120.95, now £89.95 @ Heinne Haynes
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Boker`s breadth of product range is not limited to one area. This stylish offering is made using 440V stainless steel and Titanium for the handle. It`s back lock mechanism is discr… Read more
I have cheap knives. I'd love to handle a well made 'expensive' knife just to see.
Ballbag1968, you need to try harder with the virtue signalling. You'll never be able to show your face at the SJW conference with these weak attempts.
jozski4 m ago

Zzzzzzzzzz dildo


Thought so...
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Bilbo19688 m ago

Go play with your knives as you're so fascinated by them....... You don't …Go play with your knives as you're so fascinated by them....... You don't start fires as well by any chance do you?

Zzzzzzzzzz dildo
jozski1 h, 11 m ago

Yawn* zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


Go play with your knives as you're so fascinated by them....... You don't start fires as well by any chance do you?
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Schrade 221 SCH221BKCP Knife - WAS £24.95, now £8.95 Delivered @ Heinnie Haynes
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This special offer Schrade folder is a real bargain. It features a 9Cr10MoV high carbon stainless steel blade and dark green, almost black, handle made from sculpted aluminium. It … Read more
gloxton11 h, 7 m ago

RubbishI've been carrying a UK legal Boker (blade under three inches and …RubbishI've been carrying a UK legal Boker (blade under three inches and non locking) for around three years now. Use it most days and have never cut myself or anyone else.These are tools not weapons. The stabbings you read about in the press are normally carried out with a bog standard kitchen knife or a ridicules "zombie killer" fantasy knife (which isn't practical in any way, shape or form).For the record, I leave my knife at home if I go out for the evening. The police have seen it and had no problem with it.


If you could have a locking knife you would, it's better and safer.
fr33radicalls16 h, 2 m ago

So much nonsense, where to start..What about a sharp stone on the end of a …So much nonsense, where to start..What about a sharp stone on the end of a stick...


I'm fairly certain a baseball bat, or 'stick' is a lot more dangerous than a small blade...
I am actually gobsmacked here ...

The people banging on about it being a knife and how can you post it because of stabbings... REALLY..?!

When any fecker can stab and kill someone with your kitchen knives you own. There's knives everywhere. Doesn't mean that everyone is out there stabbing people ffs.

Plenty daily things can be used to kill people. Just look at the way some people drive their cars...

I'm a nurse and have seen people needing hospital treatment due to stabbings. Some without a knife. You can use a fork too. Should folk come out with their pitchforks (boom boom) any time a fork is posted here? What about metal kebab sticks? Razor blades? No Gillette deals? Where will the madness end??
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Bilbo19684 h, 6 m ago

Court decides whether it's a good reason - not you I'm afraid.


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If your looking for one you can carry about with you legally in the UK best with one of these..... If you are over 18 obviously, nice little pen knife without a locking blade....

heinnie.com/ant…-fc


Sorry I have not read all the reviews..... Carrying the above will not go down well with the old bill.....


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