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the 8" chef's knife is also about $2 less than the lowest i've seen in the past year! heh
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Are these knives any good?
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Are these knives any good?
mercer is legit and they are great budget knives.
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mercer is legit and they are great budget knives.
Thank you. It's cheap enough to try it out!
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The one I purchased is rusting after 9 months. Very sharp knife.
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The one I purchased is rusting after 9 months. Very sharp knife.
These knives are not standard stainless. I bought one last year, and that SD had people pointing out that they need to be washed and dried right away. They can also stain with some food apparently, but I have not had issues with that.
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The 3.5" is oos now too.
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Would not recommend. Tried with the wife and said she prefers it the normal way by far. 1/5
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lots of opinions.
Instead why not ask a working cook or chef or culinary student.

These are FAR better than victorinox fiberox.
Mercer knives are one of the student kit choices at just about every single culinary school.
And the Genesis or Rennaisance are much better than millenia because they are forged, but they are also a bargain and are used by tens of thousands of working cooks


I call BS on them rusting.
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Are these knives any good?
Not really but unless you're trying to show off or are a professional, these will do the job. They're cheap stamped knives with plastic handles that won't hold an edge very long and also dull quick. Mercer makes better knives but are more expensive. You get what you pay for. If you're a total amateur at cooking, go for it. Only a dummy would spend hundreds on gimmicky knives anyway.
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lots of opinions.
Instead why not ask a working cook or chef or culinary student.

These are FAR better than victorinox fiberox.
Mercer knives are one of the student kit choices at just about every single culinary school.
And the Genesis or Rennaisance are much better than millenia because they are forged, but they are also a bargain and are used by tens of thousands of working cooks


I call BS on them rusting.
They're probably confusing rust with staining. Acidic food and improper maintenance/storage will do that. The knife kit you get in culinary school are also stamped knives but better quality. They're much heavier and are proper Western style. I can confirm those aren't the best either but will definitely last longer and are prettier.
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Aa dead now Frown
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