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10-Piece Cuisinart Ceramic Coated Cutlery Set w/ Blade Guards (various colors) EXPIRED

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Macy's has 10-Piece Cuisinart Ceramic Coated Cutlery Set w/ Blade Guards (various styles) on sale for $13.99. Select free store pickup where available. Otherwise, shipping is free on $25+ orders.

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Available options:Alternatively, Best Buy has 12-Piece Cuisinart Color Knife Set w/ Blade Guards (C55-01-12PCKSB) on sale for $14.99. Choose curbside or in-store pickup where available. Otherwise, shipping is free on orders of $35+.

Note, availability for curbside / in-store pickup may vary by location.

About this product:
  • High-quality stainless steel blades
  • Non-stick ceramic coating for easy slicing
  • Color coding helps reduce risk of cross-contamination
  • Lifetime manufacturer warranty
  • Set includes five knives + five blade guards (10 pieces altogether):
    • 8" Chef's knife
    • 8" Slicing knife
    • 7" Santoku knife
    • 5" Serrated Utility knife
    • 3.5" Paring knife
      • Each knife includes a matching blade guard

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  • About this deal:
    • Offer ends Sunday October 24th, 2021 while supplies last.
    • This deal is $26 off (65% savings) the retail list price of $40.
  • Ratings & Reviews:
    • This product has an impressive 5 out of 5 star rating based on 611 customer reviews at Macy's.
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    • This product qualifies for Macy's 90-day returns policy and Best Buy's free 15-day hassle-free return policy.
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Macys [macys.com] has 10-Piece Cuisinart Cutlery Sets on sale for $13.99. Shipping is free on $25+, or choose free store pickup.

Price after in cart discountAlso available: Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has 12-Piece Cuisinart Color Knife Set w/ Blade Guards for $14.99. Choose curbside store pickup where stock permits otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35+. (thanks moSom!)
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Can't argue with the price, and this would be great if that's all your budget can afford or if it's for a temporary situation. Otherwise, if you have the money, grab a $20-30 mercer chef's knife and a $15-20 paring knife, and you're good for 99% of what most people need.

6 months down the road get a $20-30 whetstone and keep them sharp.
For a $1 more another set from Best Buy seems like it is highly rated as well:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cuis...Id=6709101

I didn't see the large, red, serrated knife on the Macy's website that comes included with this one if that is what you prefer.

Not sure how long this deal lasts.
Honestly I just get whatever has decent reviews on Amazon and has different grit for each side. Last 2 I bought were 1000 on one side and between 3000 and 6000 9n the other side.

I'm not exactly meticulous/ocd with my sharpening. I soak the whetstone and spend 5 minutes or so sharpening. I do it whenever cutting tomatoes gets annoying.

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For a $1 more another set from Best Buy seems like it is highly rated as well:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cuis...Id=6709101

I didn't see the large, red, serrated knife on the Macy's website that comes included with this one if that is what you prefer.

Not sure how long this deal lasts.
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Quote from moSom :
For a $1 more another set from Best Buy seems like it is highly rated as well:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cuis...Id=6709101

I didn't see the large, red, serrated knife on the Macy's website that comes included with this one if that is what you prefer.

Not sure how long this deal lasts.
Thank you!
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Can't argue with the price, and this would be great if that's all your budget can afford or if it's for a temporary situation. Otherwise, if you have the money, grab a $20-30 mercer chef's knife and a $15-20 paring knife, and you're good for 99% of what most people need.

6 months down the road get a $20-30 whetstone and keep them sharp.
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Can't argue with the price, and this would be great if that's all your budget can afford or if it's for a temporary situation. Otherwise, if you have the money, grab a $20-30 mercer chef's knife and a $15-20 paring knife, and you're good for 99% of what most people need.

6 months down the road get a $20-30 whetstone and keep them sharp.
Which Whetstone you recommend?
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Which Whetstone you recommend?
Honestly I just get whatever has decent reviews on Amazon and has different grit for each side. Last 2 I bought were 1000 on one side and between 3000 and 6000 9n the other side.

I'm not exactly meticulous/ocd with my sharpening. I soak the whetstone and spend 5 minutes or so sharpening. I do it whenever cutting tomatoes gets annoying.
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I own that set and recommend it. They stay sharp for quite a while and sharpen to a razor edge with a little bit of work. I don't use the serrated blade much just the standard ones but I use them daily. Just an FYI, the only issue as of yet is the color will come off of the handles if you use anything rougher than a dish rag to wash them. Do not even use the plastic scrubby pads on the handles.
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Honestly I just get whatever has decent reviews on Amazon and has different grit for each side. Last 2 I bought were 1000 on one side and between 3000 and 6000 9n the other side.

I'm not exactly meticulous/ocd with my sharpening. I soak the whetstone and spend 5 minutes or so sharpening. I do it whenever cutting tomatoes gets annoying.
I use a serrated steak knife (or similar) to slice tomatoes.
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For a $1 more another set from Best Buy seems like it is highly rated as well:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cuis...Id=6709101

I didn't see the large, red, serrated knife on the Macy's website that comes included with this one if that is what you prefer.

Not sure how long this deal lasts.
That red knife looks like a bread knife. Always good to have one of those
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I own that set and recommend it. They stay sharp for quite a while and sharpen to a razor edge with a little bit of work. I don't use the serrated blade much just the standard ones but I use them daily. Just an FYI, the only issue as of yet is the color will come off of the handles if you use anything rougher than a dish rag to wash them. Do not even use the plastic scrubby pads on the handles.
Thanks, the handle quality is a deal breaker for me.
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I use a serrated steak knife (or similar) to slice tomatoes.
90% of the time when someone cuts themselves in the kitchen in my house, they were using a serrated knife. My personal opinion is that a sharp chef's knife is both safest and generally easiest to use for just about everything.

Edit: as someone said above, bread knives are serrated. I'm honestly a bit scared of them. I'm a simpleton who buys sliced bread, so I don't use mine.
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Thanks, the handle quality is a deal breaker for me.
I would guess the stainless with black handles won't have this problem. You should check the reviews. They really are amazing knives for the price. And I admit that I am a knife guy. Sure you can get better but it will cost you six times the price for just a single knife. .
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