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AmazonBasics Premium Steak Stainless Steel Knife Set with Block, 8-Pieces, Multicolour

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  • 8 high-quality meat knives with triple-riveted handles
  • Micro-serrated edges never need sharpening
  • Forged from single piece of stain-resistant steel
  • Full tang for pleasant weight and balance; full bolster
  • Hand wash only
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Warranty Information [199 KB PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 23.3 x 2 x 1.4 cm ; 68 g
  • Item model number: 0181
  • ASIN: B00R3Z4CWC
  • Date first available at Amazon.in: 9 September 2015
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #59,653 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars 881 reviews
168 of 175 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Meat saws 4 January 2016
By Dave M - Published on Amazon.com
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These are very nice looking knives, made the way a good kitchen knife should be - well-balanced, full tang, triple riveted handle, good solid bolster. I bought these to replace a set of old cheap steak knives with something that I wouldn't be ashamed to put in front of guests. Unfortunately, they don't do a terrific job of cutting meat.

In the first of the attached photos, I have just sliced a strip off a London broil with the Amazon Basics knife. Notice the amount of meat clinging to the blade. In the second, I have cut slices with both the AmazonBasics knife and with the cheap knife I was replacing. Again, the AmazonBasics knife has not sliced through the meat cleanly. With the AB knife, you feel like you're sawing through the meat, not slicing through it.

Perhaps these knives would perform better with a more tender cut of meat, but that sort of defeats the purpose of a steak knife, doesn't it?
130 of 140 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable Pricing. And Truly Functional, Sturdy and Gorgeous! 11 August 2015
By Grace - Published on Amazon.com
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I have my everlasting and sharp as can be Cutco steak knives. I have 10 of them.
I have my Shun steak knives--but only four. I'd need a second job or mortgage to buy the additional four I want. Besides, while they're good, I don't find them to be better than Cutco.
Both those sets cost so much money that it's really a once-in-a-decade type of purchase. The upside is that it's plausible that I will never need to buy steak knives again in my lifetime, especially since Cutco continually sharpens mine or sends me a new one if the one I send for sharpening is not worthy of fixing.

Now, having said that, I was having 15 guests over for a steak BBQ dinner and realized that I was the genius who had JUST mailed off my knives to Cutco three days prior to the event. Too late to run to UPS to get them back, and I only have eight Wusthof knives, so....I immediately came to Amazon.

I didn't want an expensive set because if I just had both sets in the house, I'd have enough to cover everyone. I really needed just a back-up emergency set and planned to spend under $100 for all 10-15 knives, if possible. If too pricey, I figured I'd order 10 and make do by pre-slicing some meat.

Well, I then find this AmazonBasics set and it's...$20 for eight knives. I'm thinking it's a misprint and looking at the picture, there's simply no way these knives would be $20 for eight. Full tang, riveted handle, single-piece construction....a serrated edge....and $20. It doesn't make any sense and I'm convinced this is hogwash. It's not possible...

But, you figure I needed these for one night and so long as they didn't disintegrate during the dinner, I figure it's just added cost to the dinner if they should fall apart right afterwards. They were available as Amazon Prime, so I ordered two as 16 knives would cover me for this dinner.

Imagine my surprise when I open the box to find an actual single-piece construction, a viciously sharp serrated tip/edge and an incredibly sturdy feel in the hand. The rivets are embedded flawlessly and the look of the knives are quite impressive. They appear and feel hefty.

Now, given that I'm comparing this to steak knives that cost well over $500 for the set ( Cutco: https://www.cutco.com/products/product.jsp?item=4-pc-steak-knife-set ), it's not surprising that Cutco is better in terms of sharpness. That set makes steak act like butter when it begins slicing. This AmazonBasics set is not quite as sharp; in fact, it's much duller than that set, naturally. But it accomplishes steak slicing with ease and in the hand, feels sturdier and pricier overall. The oddity is that the serrated edge is only at the front half of the knife instead of all the way through, so you do need to slant your knife more to achieve the cut with ease, though any which way you use it will get through the meat. Perhaps serrating the edge all the way through would have pushed the price up--in which case, fine, I'll take the first half of the knife.

Overall, this set is superb in price and functionality. If budget is an issue and you want a whole 16 pc. set, getting two of these knives is no problem at all. They look outstanding on a table setting and while there's no real branding on the knife, they look and feel substantial. Nobody would guess you spent less than $3.00 per steak knife. NOBODY.

This is now my go-to set for big parties where I am not concerned what people do with the knives. You figure if any of them break, I can come back and get as many of these sets as I want anytime. Really outstanding value and buy!
115 of 126 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely wowed. Incredible value for the money. 13 July 2015
By S. Engineer - Published on Amazon.com
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Let me just start by saying that these knives are an INCREDIBLE value for the money. I don't capitalize stuff unless I really mean it. I basically ordered this set on the off-chance that I might save over a hundred bucks by not buying name brand steak knives and since I was planning to use them for casual dining, I figured why not. Plus they were part of the AmazonBasics collection (I own quite a few other AmazonBasics items and I feel they're a phenomenal bargain for the quality). Once again, I am thoroughly impressed.

I've never owned a 'fine' set of steak knives but I have owned a variety of fine chef's knives in the past so I know a little bit about knives themselves.

1. They have great weight to them which I really love. I looked at some Wust*** sets to match my existing chef's knives which looked beautiful but were far too light for my comfort.
2. Full tang. A lot of knives at this price point don't have full tang, making them off-balance and they tend to grow less sturdy over time.
3. Serrated edges: Must have for meat. Super sharp out of the box. Can't say yet how these hold up after multiple uses but will post an update if necessary in the future. These also make slicing soft tomatoes a cinch.
4. Eight knives instead of 6. Who doesn't want two extra knives? Even if your chef's block has 6 slots, save 2 to replace ones that go dull over time.
5. Price: Less than $3/knife with Amazon Prime. Free returns if you're not satisfied. How can you go wrong?
6. Last but not least, they don't have any major inscriptions on them other than 'Stainless Steel'. They look expensive and certainly not out of place with more expensive cooking knives in my knife block.
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent restaurant quality steak knives. 4 August 2015
By Aaron Jones - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an excellent set of knives, especially for the price. They are a great addition to my existing silverware and match just fine. The finish is nice and the quality is awesome. They are definitely larger knives and have some weight to them, which makes them feel like that "steak knife" that comes out with your ribeye at a restaurant. I highly recommend these.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars +Comes with eight knives +There is good weight to the knives +Feels good in my hands ... 2 January 2016
By D. Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
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+Comes with eight knives
+There is good weight to the knives
+Feels good in my hands (and I have large hands)

-Do NOT cut nearly as well as brand new steak knives do.

I've been using them for about a month now. And I use them about 5 timers per week on steak, chicken, pork, etc. The one con out weighs the pros by a long shot. As far as I am concerned, these knifes cut slightly better than a sharp serrated butter knife. And I know because I have some and these steak knives cut just slightly better. That's just bad. They are not nearly as sharp as I expected and how others had reviewed. I am already looking for their replacements.

You should only buy these if you meet **ALL** of the following criteria:
You NEED a set of steak knives AND
You don't have any AND
You are on a tight tight budget

These will get the job done but I highly recommend you look elsewhere.

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