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Costco Members: 7-Piece Cangshan S Series German Steel Forged BBQ Knife Set EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 7-Piece Cangshan S Series German Steel Forged BBQ Knife Set for $49.97. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Forged 11" Slicing Knife
  • Forged 10" Butcher's Knife
  • Forged 8" Rocking Chef's Knife
  • Forged 6" Boning Knife
  • Forged 6" Carving Fork
  • Forged 3.5" Paring Knife
  • Plastic Knife Sheaths
  • Cut Resistant Knife Carrying Case
Features:
  • Patented Angled Bolster Design
  • Well Balanced Handle
  • Forged and Hand Crafted Full Tang Knives
  • High Alloy German Steel with 58 +/- 2 on the Rockwell Hardness Scale
  • Precisely Heat Treated

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These knives were originally for $99, now marked down to $50+ tax at Costco.com, shipping is free for members. At this price they are around $10 a piece, which is really good price for these knives. Only black color is available.

Features:
Patented Angled Bolster Design
Well Balanced Handle
Forged and Hand Crafted Full Tang Knives
High Alloy German Steel with 58 +/- 2 on the Rockwell Hardness Scale
Precisely Heat Treated
Color : Black

Product Details

The S Series is sleek and slim, perfectly contrasting boldly angled lines and smooth curves, a story of dynamic balance and sharp focus. This is a fresh update to standard, simple done exceptionally well, a tool a chef can trust. A modern knife whose exceptional qualities shine out, complimenting and elevating the skills of the chef. Each knife is securely stored in the cut resistant six slot knife case and comes with a knife sheath to protect the blade's edge.

Includes:
(1) Forged 11" Slicing Knife
(1) Forged 10" Butcher's Knife
(1) Forged 8" Rocking Chef's Knife
(1) Forged 6" Boning Knife
(1) Forged 6" Carving Fork
(1) Forged 3.5" Paring Knife
(1) Plastic Knife Sheaths
(1) Cut Resistant Knife Carrying Case

Features:
19.5" x 9" x 2.5"
5.2 Lbs
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Certified
Made in China

For product related questions and feedback please contact Cangshan Cutlery Company at 855.597.5656 or email us at smile@cangshancutlery.com and we will be happy to assist you.

https://www.costco.com/cangshan-s...50929.htmlcom
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terrieschmidt89 asked this question on 12-04-2021 at 07:15 PM
12-05-2021 at 12:03 PM
Yeah what absurdity. This was a super slick deal. Completely sold out. Warehouse has a 99.99 set which is much worse

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They are X50Cr15MoV steel. Cangshan is endorsed by Thomas Keller himself. They are carried in Williams Sonoma. They aren't the finest knives but they are well made with good German steel.

For this price, if you are in need of a knife set like this, you cannot go wrong. This is a great value.
Disagree. You should try this set yourself before spreading misinfo here. Cheap but good quality, made in China, that is just the reality. You can pay 3-4 times more to get a set made in Germany but why would come here to find a deal?
We are talking Thomas Keller and Williams Sonoma. Not Rachel Ray and Walmart.

The company is owned by a Chinese family that immigrated to the US and it headquartered in California. Yes they are made in China but what isn't? Your comments come off xenophobic.

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I own this set, paid $80 at a warehouse and was pleasantly surprised by the quality. Great price!
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I bought these and they are fantastically good quality knives at this price. I'm using them in my kitchen as my main knife set.
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this is fake china garbage. check out knivesandstones.us or chefknivestogo for knives infinitely better. thank me later
They are X50Cr15MoV steel. Cangshan is endorsed by Thomas Keller himself. They are carried in Williams Sonoma. They aren't the finest knives but they are well made with good German steel.

For this price, if you are in need of a knife set like this, you cannot go wrong. This is a great value.
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It's OK for the price just for the handle on steel, need to put a new edge on every knife after gotten them. Craftsman and quality inspection are so so, inline with the price. Good to have for borderline abuse use... winter beater-isk...
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china pays their ways into things. You've never heardof people being paid to endorse things and stores being given a "good deal" to carry products?
Disagree. You should try this set yourself before spreading misinfo here. Cheap but good quality, made in China, that is just the reality. You can pay 3-4 times more to get a set made in Germany but why would come here to find a deal?
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china pays their ways into things. You've never heardof people being paid to endorse things and stores being given a "good deal" to carry products?
We are talking Thomas Keller and Williams Sonoma. Not Rachel Ray and Walmart.

The company is owned by a Chinese family that immigrated to the US and it headquartered in California. Yes they are made in China but what isn't? Your comments come off xenophobic.
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These are mediocre, overpriced knives. I got a set from Costco and promptly returned them - they weren't worth the original $100 price tag, and I'd say they'd be about average at best at this price.

I've got a range of knives from the ultra-cheap Dexter/Forschner up to ones that cost a few hundred a pop. These are much closer to the bottom than they are to the top. If Thomas Keller wants to put his name on these for a few bucks, that's on him.
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Got these at the warehouse a few months ago and am very happy with them. Super heavy and durable. Half of what i buy is probably made in China so who really cares if it's not the $250 quality knives made in Germany.
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Looks good enough for me. Repped!
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Mainly looking at this for the slicing knife. Any input on the quality of that knife specifically?
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