All Kitchen Knife Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
Can it cut through thick bones? Going to cut the misses up soon
I’ve been after a set of Japanese saws for a while so this was great, thanks! I was also able to get a £5 off voucher for signing up to their emails, so £58.90 delivered.
As big as her head (lol)
How big is her chest?
Arrived today. Great knives for a fiver each! (y)
Same here no confirmation so I've emailed them
Same here, no sign of the confirmation email.
Got an order in a few hours ago but haven't had any confirmation email yet. Anybody else?
I'm sorry, I don't know how to unexpire it?
Goes to £13.99 in basket ? (confused)
Very nice :D Heat added (highfive)
Thanks OP! Heat added. (y) I had a look on Amazon and the Maison & White stuff seems to get good reviews, so I took the plunge. Also if you're Quidco Premium it's possible you "may" also get 12.8% cashback (depends on the voucher code etc).
Pinky and the Brain - most underrated kids program!
time to chef some opps
I know they say that size doesn't matter but this is a different type of knife and is significantly shorter.
Thanks, I already cut myself. I bought this and the bigger one. A bit disappointed as they have no weight to them. I did previously buy a breadknife and that feels solid making for better control and cutting.
I can't speak for the quality of the OP's knife, but carbon content isn't at all a reliable indicator of quality, it's simply a different factor, in different types of knife.
Was watching Saturday kitchen live the other week with the missus. An Matt wassisname was using a TOG knife I says wonder how much they are . Google them !!!!!
These MIGHT be good. They look well made and are cheap. But they might not be! https://www.amazon.co.uk/MasterClass-Purpose-EdgeKeeper-Sharpener-Stainless/dp/B07MSYF6JW/ref=sr_1_21?dchild=1&keywords=knife&m=A2OAJ7377F756P&qid=1590066397&s=warehouse-deals&sr=8-21&th=1
PS, “Chinese Rubbish” should also not be used as a blanket term for ‘inferior’ products. A mass majority of your daily used items including car parts are manufactured in China, it’s all about QC.
Cool, like I said already bought these more than a year ago and I found them to be fantastic. Didn’t realise they were Chinese steel, the papers that came with them suggested Japanese stainless steel. Thanks for the essay though looks like you know your kitchen knives (y)
About the same as the GM veg we are eating or the Chemical water we are drinking.
Japanese steel is not a blanket term you can use to describe quality steel. There are hundreds if not thousands of steel types used in the knife industry, and the product page doesn't mention anything about the steel type besides "stainless" which isn't promising. If you "Know anything about Japanese steel" like you said you'll realise these are little more than cheap Chinese rubbish. If these were made of any high quality Japanese steel they would be worth well over £200 for the full set of knives plus scissors etc.... The cheapest VG-10 stainless steel knives will set you back about £40 a piece. This is more likely than not some cheap Chinese-manufactured knives that will blunt in a couple weeks, and stay blunt because of the "sharpener" packaged with it which is actually a honing rod that will do little more than straighten the edge of an already blunted knife.
Yes. I don't know if it's 100% correct but it's pretty handy when looking at something totally unknown.
I've not heard of fakespot before, will use in future. Good tool.
This is the blade I mentioned above. Fairly hefty chips which probably got eaten.
Ceramic knives are a solution to a problem that doesn't exist.
This sharpener will skin you knife alive. Be careful it can make knives sharp like a razor. My wife had an accident and she end up in emergency, just few stiches but it looked nasty. Always warn others that you have shape you knives with that beast. (shock)
Don’t use on good knives!!! Works well on cheap stuff.
The act of braking is removing speed, it doesn't mean driving into a wall is an equally good way to brake as using the brakes on the wheel ;) One of my favourite things about HUKD is the way some commentators are obsessively nerdy over trivial things like knife sharpening and go about "enlightening" the masses as though reciting verses from the good book. If your knives cost less than £20 each, which probably covers 90%+ of knives in kitchens in the UK, then something like this is fine unless you want to learn to sharpen knives properly. If your knives are notably more than that then using something like this will considerably shorten their life and won't give as good an experience when using them as getting them sharpened properly or doing it yourself. I'm a relatively keen home cook and honing knives 1-2 times a month (which is very quick and easy) is enough to mean they need sharpening less than once a year.
It is and it isn't. In the same way that football is just kicking a ball into a net. I'm not an expert, no way near but I have a little knowledge and understanding.
Yeah true but worth a shot if yer as tight as me! I am so tight i wouldnt give you a fright if i were a ghost! (shock)
Updated price also some reductions on 9ther from recent prices. Cadet alox being a good example...
My favourite mini victorinox, put the toothpick in my wallet and keep the tweezers in the knife. The screwdriver is brilliant for those smaller screws and it's what I use the most. I paid £14 on amazon but it hasn't been that price in quite a while.
I keep eyeing up the Alox Classic. Looks so thin.
How did you guess - fabulous little thing and I use every day
Did you graduate from the Classic like me?
OOS. Bread knife's £4.50 though.
I have an anysharp. I use it a fair bit and the blades aren't smaller after many years of use. You will destroy a knife with any sharpening block if not used correctly. The difference with using an anysharp is that your blade will actually be sharp!
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Premium-White-fused-alumina-Sharpening-Stone-2-Side-Grit-1000-6000-Whetstone-UK/113890446281?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 same thing on amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/ISHI-Sharpening-Whetstone-Professional-Silicone/dp/B07NHNR172/
I suppose yes any sharpening strips way material, for the pleb like me it's no real issue as my knives are relatively cheap. I use this thing which is great ime. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kenwood-CO606-SI-Opener-Sharpener-Bottle/dp/B0000C72YY/ref=pd_lpo_201_t_0/261-3338072-2638603?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B0000C72YY&pd_rd_r=422ae63f-5dcd-4dc8-bac9-517bc29f0823&pd_rd_w=Vdzok&pd_rd_wg=iomQu&pf_rd_p=7b8e3b03-1439-4489-abd4-4a138cf4eca6&pf_rd_r=X53QKKNZNHJ4X29EWG33&psc=1&refRID=X53QKKNZNHJ4X29EWG33
I bought a set of knives a while back that have a little sharper on the side of the block. Two strokes through the sharpener - 5 secs- and I’ve got a razor sharp knife ready to go. Even expensive knives need constant sharpening. A sharp inexpensive knife is a lot safer than a blunt expensive knife. £5 why not?
any recommned for sharpening block? thanks!
Great for sharpening cheap old blunt knives for a quick fix, as the other comments have said it takes off more metal and in the long term use does more damage than good. But if you have expensive knives then i recommend you use and buy an oil stone .
Not long at all. Here's a quick video demonstration
They take away so much metal that the knives I have been using these on for the past 15-20 years have hardly any wear and will definitely outlive their owner and probably several generations to follow
Rich enough to not have to sharpen my knives on a cup.
You don't have to be a snob to not want to destroy things you own. These kinds of sharpeners may help in the short term, but definitely do start taking away metal in the long term. Just use a steel instead of this and your knives will keep much longer
Me, all the time. I've got the Minichamp which goes almost everywhere with me, usually in the watch pocket of my jeans.
Good point. With the Rambler you can also carry both the toothpick and the tweezers (if you care), with the Manager you have to choose between them. On the subject of being less fat, a good choice here is the Alox Classic SD. Very thin scales.
The 'Rambler' is exactly the same, but slightly less fat due to no pen, but has exactly the same stuff.
Got to be prepared! (lol)
And its more expensive everywhere else, so that makes it a good price. A good price makes something a deal.
Now this one is an excellent price. FIRE!
Not quite sure what this means?
I bought some of these 20+ years ago and although battered still work fine, thought these were about £14 full price, off to see if I can get some more. Thanks
It is a deal if people don't know about it. It was a deal for me and that's why I bought it. I think it's a bargain.
Still shows as OOS but mine just got dispatched.
They look fake to me!
Can this cut through chicken bone or should I look for a cleaver knife?
Actually considering you have to give ID aswell. It's probably better these idiots buy online because it's much easier to add 2 and 2. Knife used for the crime, suspect ordered the exact same knife to their own address and signed for it... Bingo
Oos, but you can still order and they will dispatch when In stock.
Wilko's do them for £8 all the time (when in stock)
I bought it, it's not useful. I have cheap knives and it didn't work very well
I purchased one of these a couple of years ago, the suction pad snapped off, so making it impossible to security attach to a work surface. Another negative is that if you have knives made of really hard steel, it chips the cutting edge.
Yes you just gotta kick it really hard and fast at the perfect angle. You can use this technique to sharpen any blade you just have to be swift.
Stock no where please don’t post this kind of stuffs 😬
No stock anywhere.
It was on here a while back good deal but not much stock anywhere.
Ordered 5 of these few months back and was looking for more but after looking there’s None in stores around 20mile radius of Tyne and Wear and there not delivering
SHIP didn’t seem to work so I used Roov10 for 10
This is just a polishing stone and only the 3000 grit side would be any use for most kitchen knives. Depends how accurate the grit ratings are though. The 8000 should give a mirror finish to the cutting edge.
I wouldn't bother, it doesn't come with a flattening stone so it'll be useless in just a few goes. Also, it's too high a grit unless you have 1000 or thereabouts to get an edge to work on.
All done,free shipping it is, thanks (y) (y) :)
AFAIK, only one code can be used... In this case the free shipping is a bigger discount. (highfive)