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8-Piece Zwilling J.A. Henckels Four-Star Knife Set (Acacia) EXPIRED

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Crate and Barrel has 8-Piece Zwilling J.A. Henckels Four-Star Knife Set (Acacia or Birch) for $149.99. Shipping is free or select free curbside pickup where available. Thanks C130
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Comes in Acacia
https://www.crateandbarrel.com/zw...et/s182309 > Estimated on backorder until early January.

or Birch
https://www.crateandbarrel.com/zw...et/s279833 > NLA

Made in Germany.

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Dangdangee asked this question on 2020-11-21 16:30 PM

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I own the 8" chef's knife and the 4" paring knife from this line, have had them for a few years and use them for the vast majority of my cooking. 100% would recommend if you are looking for some highly functional no-frills kitchen knives. The steel holds an edge for a long time and the rubber-like texture of the handle makes them easy to grip securely even if wet. $150 for the set is a very decent price, you don't see these four star 7 piece + block bundles drop below $200 very often.
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Zwilling J.A. Henckels Four-Star knives are very good knives and you won't be disappointed. I personally own a Four-Star santoku for the last 5 years and really enjoy it. About 3-4 years ago, you can get this set down to $120 range during Black Friday but nowadays $150 is a decent deal.

For those who are only interested in getting a good chef's knife, here is a Zwilling® Pro 7-Inch Chef's Knife at Bed Bath and Beyond for $59.99. If you have a $15 off $50 coupon or 20% off single item coupon, you can get it for $44.99 or $47.99 + tax. Shipping is free on $39+ purchases.

https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/...d=61800755

Zwilling® Pro is a step up from Four-Star. Because it has half bolster, the 7-inch chef's knife has the entire 7 inches of cutting edge while the 8-inch Four-Star chef's knife has 7.5 inches or less cutting edge due to its full bolster. Not everyone is a fan of full bolster especially if you sharpen your knives yourself. Pro has full tang while Four-star has 3/4 tang. I also own this Zwilling® Pro 7-inch chef's knife.

Here is a comparison table from Williams Sonoma: https://www.williams-sonoma.com/n...ILLING.pdf
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I have 3 knives from this line from 1997 that I recently had professionally sharpened and it is amazing. I use the 8in chef daily for most of its life and it still performs like new. The price for this set is very good, I paid over $200 for just 3 knives back then.
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Great price for great knives. Our set that we got for our wedding still going strong 12 years later. It is tempting to buy another set but we don't "need" more...
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sign up for 10% coupon code for giving them my phone number, waiting for the code. anyone know if there is still such a thing as 10% off code and if it can be applied to this item? Thanks
Full price items only
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Awesome knives. Have had a set for 30 years or so. Hand wash, use the block, hone with the steel rather than sharpening. Have added a Shun or two over the years (sharper, but less durable). Go for it. They'll last a lifetime and you won't be disappointed.
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Got these from BB&B for $80 after some negotiating... At the time, I only wanted a Santoku, but couldn't pass up such a ridiculous deal. I've been using these for 5 years now, and they're phenomenal for the price point. Typically each piece is around $100, so they're a great value at this price. The block looks great, they're weighted well, and if you hone them with each use, they'll hold their edge quiet nicely. But just like any knife, they'll eventually need a proper sharpening. I would jump on this if I needed them!
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I have the lower line twin signature and been looking to upgrade. But these don't look like they have a full tang?
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One man emblem = made in China. Two man emblem = made in Germany (these knives)
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I have the lower line twin signature and been looking to upgrade. But these don't look like they have a full tang?
They do.
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Just curious Why the Birch 10 Piece option has a higher suggested price than the 14 slot Acadia option?
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sign up for 10% coupon code for giving them my phone number, waiting for the code. anyone know if there is still such a thing as 10% off code and if it can be applied to this item? Thanks
I signed up and got code instantly but code isnt valid for these knives
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One man emblem = made in China. Two man emblem = made in Germany (these knives)
I have one of each in my drawer, the one-man version was made in Spain with German steel. I got it from my grandmother so I doubt that's still the case today. Just saying it's not an absolute rule.
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Some people wash them and then stick them in there, which is a bad habit, but all the "dust" inside your knife block is mostly your knives cutting the wood inside, thus reducing durability. I use a thing that the wirecutter recommended, though, so I'm biased.

Magnets also work great for storing knive
The Benchcrafted Mag-Block? https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutte...knife-set/
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