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BJs Wholesale has (for BJ's Wholesale members): 10-Piece Henckels International East-Meets-West Fine Edge Pro Knife Block Set (31476-000) on sale for $44.99. Shipping is free. Thanks SDPK

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High quality German stainless steel, stain and rust resistant. Triple riveted handles with aluminum rivets.

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Henckels International East-Meets-West Fine Edge Pro 10-Pc. Knife Block Set
https://www.bjs.com/product/henck...0001391808

The origins of this diverse collection span the globe to bring you a set of knives so well balanced, there's no kitchen task it can't handle. Each knife features an edge stamped from high-quality German stainless steel, renowned for its outstanding cutting ability and guaranteed by a super-precise hand-honing process.

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High quality German stainless steel, stain and rust resistant
1 piece, stamped blade construction
Fully visible tang construction for balance
Triple riveted handles with aluminum rivets
Satin finish blades for a professional look
Dishwasher safe, hand wash recommended
Includes 3" paring knife, 3" vegetable knife, 5" utility knife, 5" Santoku, 7" Santoku, 8" bread knife, 8" carving knife, 9" honing steel, hardwood storage block
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If I remember correctly, the solo figure logo means it is a cheaper set. The twin figure logo means its the more expensive made in Germany set.
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Also, if it says international, it refers to their internationally-made (Asia) stamped line of knives. Their higher-end German knives just say Zwilling JA Henckels.
I've had one of these types of sets for years (although I don't believe mine was made in Asia... it's from like 2008) so they do last. That said, at this point I would rather look for deals on individual knives--you really only need a "good" chef and pairing knife (and then maybe a bread knife... but that doesn't need to be of the same quality and a solid plastic handled one works great; same goes for boning knives and the like). You'll save a little money buying this set, but you'll likely be happier in the long run piecing out a couple of individual knives you really like.

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Bought the set from Sam's Club a couple of year ago (chery color) on sale for $49.xx. Like every piece of them. Two extra slots for storing old favorite pieces.
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Bought the set from Sam's Club a couple of year ago (chery color) on sale for $49.xx. Like every piece of them. Two extra slots for storing old favorite pieces.
Wait, my bad, this set is slightly different from what I got. But I trust the quality is decent for the price nonetheless.
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If I remember correctly, the solo figure logo means it is a cheaper set. The twin figure logo means its the more expensive made in Germany set.
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This is something I casually want, but I despise paying for shipping. I'll learn some self control and skip this.
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This is something I casually want, but I despise paying for shipping. I'll learn some self control and skip this.
Its free shipping though?
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any idea on the longevity of these? any 3rd party reviews?
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If I remember correctly, the solo figure logo means it is a cheaper set. The twin figure logo means its the more expensive made in Germany set.
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Also, if it says international, it refers to their internationally-made (Asia) stamped line of knives. Their higher-end German knives just say Zwilling JA Henckels.
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I've had one of these types of sets for years (although I don't believe mine was made in Asia... it's from like 2008) so they do last. That said, at this point I would rather look for deals on individual knives--you really only need a "good" chef and pairing knife (and then maybe a bread knife... but that doesn't need to be of the same quality and a solid plastic handled one works great; same goes for boning knives and the like). You'll save a little money buying this set, but you'll likely be happier in the long run piecing out a couple of individual knives you really like.
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In for one.
The reviews on BJs are not that great. I am wondering if I am compaging it to the MSRP. For $53 after tax, its not a bad deal.
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GERMAN knives MADE in Asia.. NO THANKS. ...good luck
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For $45 this would be great for a college kid or someone who just needs a cheap set, otherwise they are just like any other stamped Chinese knives, not gonna last very long.
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I originally bought the one man version due to the name at costco....pretty good knives. But then I bought the real deal TWO man version and there is no comparison. Totally different and way better quality knife. The sharpness you get and the longevity of that sharpness are way way better on the 2 man version. For $50 and on a budget....great deal. Obviously better than buying "Farberware" at a discount store, but not near as good as the premium version.
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