ChicagoCutlery Fusion 18-Piece Set including Honey Maple Wood Block

November 30, 2013 - Comment

Chicago Cutlery Fusion 18-piece set includes 3-inch Peeler, 3-1/4-inch Parer, 5-inch Utility,8ea 4-1/4-inch Flatware Steak Knives, 5-inch Partoku, 7-3/4-inch Serrated Bread, 7-inch Santoku, 7-3/4-inch Chef,8-inch Slicer, 8-inch Sharpening Steel, Honey Maple Block Product Features Professional high carbon stainless steel forged blades with black comfort grip poly handles Exclusive taper grind edge technology provides optimum sharpness

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Chicago Cutlery Fusion 18-piece set includes 3-inch Peeler, 3-1/4-inch Parer, 5-inch Utility,8ea 4-1/4-inch Flatware Steak Knives, 5-inch Partoku, 7-3/4-inch Serrated Bread, 7-inch Santoku, 7-3/4-inch Chef,8-inch Slicer, 8-inch Sharpening Steel, Honey Maple Block

Product Features

  • Professional high carbon stainless steel forged blades with black comfort grip poly handles
  • Exclusive taper grind edge technology provides optimum sharpness for precise cutting and is easy to resharpen
  • High carbon stainless steel creates a stronger harder blade resisting stains rust and pitting
  • Lack nonslip cushion grip handles allow for a sturdy grip on all knives
  • Stainless steel plates at the end of the handle convey sleek and contemporary styling

Comments

Tanya R. Golding says:

Great Knife Set I purchased these knives a couple of months ago after reading all kinds of knife set reviews from every site I could find. These are real nice and sharp! I especially like the santoku knives. They cut and chop tomatoes and onions awesomely. I wasn’t too sure about the steak knives as they looked thin compared to the last set of steak knives I had, but after I used them they’re are even better! As one reviewer said the larger knives do not line up when sitting in the knife block, but a small thing. They are still a really nice looking set. My son use to work as a chef in a large restaurant and he loved these knives. They are well made and I haven’t experienced any rust. They sit in you hand perfectly. I do not put them in the dishwasher as I want them to last. If you want a nice set of knives without the high price, these are for you.

C. Davis says:

Extremely well priced for a quality cutlery set. Buy them!!! Well after searching and searching, reading review and reading reviews I decided on this set. I ordered them from […] at first and then found them cheaper $[…] shipped at […] so I canceled and ordered from them. Received the set and right away I knew I was going to love these knifes. Well balanced, well weighted, and feel great in hand. I was a little worried that the poly grip handles were going to be squishy but they are not at all. Just a very slight give and feels soft to the touch. I actually really like the poly grip handles. The steak knife handles are a little thin but still work great. The blades are nice and strong and sharp right out of the box. Spend a few seconds on each one with the included sharpening Steel and they just get shaper. There is only ONE thing that is somewhat bothering to me and most would laugh about this but when you place all the knifes in the storage block they don’t line up perfect like the picture shows. After trying to rearrange the…

Lisa Hoffman "Woman, Witch, Wife, Mommy" says:

So that’s what a sharp knife is like…. I read reviews, I had various knife sets sitting in my cart for weeks, and I finally – FINALLY – decided on these. The price was good, the reviews were good, and I liked the way they looked in the picture. Ordered them, had them shipped internationally, and I was surprised how quickly they arrived. I couldn’t wait to open the box and play with knives, but first I wanted to make them look pretty in the block. So as per some reviews, they don’t line up super-perfectly, but I can see why: they are good-quality knives with some decent weight to them in the handles (at least, compared to the ones I had), and the holes in the block are such that they sit in their spaces kind of loosely (with the exception of the steak knives, which are snug in their spots and do line up). Yes, I’m a tad bit anal-retentive, but I’m happy to say that the lining-up issue is so minor that it doesn’t bother me. The handles are not squishy, but they have a great tactile feel to them that makes them feel…

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