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7-pc Zwilling J.A. Henckels Pro Acacia Knife Block Set w/ Bonus Sharpener

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Cutlery and More has Zwilling J.A. Henckels Pro 7 Piece Acacia Knife Block Set w/ Bonus Sharpener on sale for $299.95 - 15% w/ unique link when you sign up for emails (bottom of item page, code comes within a few minutes) = $254.96. Shipping is free.

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Set includes:
  • 4" Paring Knife
  • 5.5" Prep Knife
  • 8" Bread Knife
  • 8" Traditional Chef's Knife
  • Twin L Kitchen Shears
  • 9" Sharpening Steel
  • 16 Slot Acacia Wood Knife Block
  • Bonus Zwilling 2 Stage Knife Sharpener

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  • About this deal:
    • This price is $124.99 less (33% savings) than the listed retail price.
  • About this product:
    • Made in Germany with a lifetime warranty
    • Full tang with curved bolster provides solid grip and balance; comfortable and traditional 3-rivet resin handle
    • 57 Rockwell Hardness; 15° blade angle
    • Friodur ice-hardened blades
    • 4.9 out of 5 stars rating at cutlery and more based on over 500 customer reviews
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CutleryandMore.com has the Zwilling J.A. Henckels Pro 7 Piece Acacia Knife Block Set with Bonus Sharpener for $254.96 + Free Shipping.

Simply sign up for their email on the bottom right hand corner (you can unsubscribe after) and you'll receive an activation link for 15% off your entire order. Add the product to your cart and it will automatically bring the price down from $299.95 to $254.96.

Set includes:
  • 4" Paring Knife
  • 5.5" Prep Knife
  • 8" Bread Knife
  • 8" Traditional Chef's Knife
  • Twin L Kitchen Shears
  • 9" Sharpening Steel
  • 16 Slot Acacia Wood Knife Block
  • Bonus Zwilling 2 Stage Knife Sharpener
PS:
The Zwilling Pro Steak Knives (Set of 6) [cutleryandmore.com] are also on sale for $299.95 and the 15% should also work for this as well bringing them down to $254.96 as well, which comes out to $42.49/ea. Expired

https://www.cutleryandmore.com/zw...er-p138839
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That's Henckles cheaper line of knives.
That set is their budget set, which are all made in India from what the employee said. The 4 star is their mid tier, made in Germany. You can usually tell by the logo.
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12-05-2022 at 10:53 AM.
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Any trick to get them to actually send the email with coupon? Signed up but haven't received an activation email or coupon
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12-05-2022 at 12:42 PM.
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If using Gmail, check the Promotions tab, that's where it was sent both times and it was immediate.
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12-05-2022 at 06:46 PM.
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Thanks for pointing out the email promo. Rep given. I ended up getting the four star set instead with the 15%. After adding the serrated 5", the pro is almost double the four star, which I just can't justify given same metal, warranty, etc. hope we like them
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12-07-2022 at 06:38 AM.
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You're better off buying the knives you want individually. You almost certainly don't need half of what is in there.
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12-07-2022 at 08:12 AM.
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I have a very similar kit of these pro knives. Although it's strange to me this set doesn't have a carving knife in it, I suppose the prep knife (which isn't part of my set) would cover a lot of what I use my carving knife for.

Really love the pro knives. I use them constantly and a few slides over the hone keeps them sharp enough for a long time without needing to pull out the sharpening stones. I don't think I would use the included 2 stage sharpener. By contrast, I have a Shun Premier chef's knife which feels a lot less like a tool and more like a pretty ornament that needs to be handled with great care to avoid chipping the blade. These Pro knives are a softer, less brittle metal, so you just go to work and don't have to even think about damaging the edge.
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12-08-2022 at 08:59 AM.
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You're better off buying the knives you want individually. You almost certainly don't need half of what is in there.
What? The two knives absolutely needed are a paring and a chefs. And you need shears. And a honing steel. The next knives that one will find as highly useful are a bread knife (I use one for lots of tasks that the other knives are not good for) and it's not bad to have a prep knife, although that one is not completely essential. The biggest waste is the sharpener as I recommend a lesson on how to sharpen using stones instead or just have someone sharpen them for you once a year. So the sharpener, the prep (kind of) and the block are unnecessary but not completely useless.
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You're better off buying the knives you want individually. You almost certainly don't need half of what is in there.
I have all except the bread knife, though I've gotten mine piecemeal. Paring and chef's knives are obvious needs, however, I have been pleasantly surprised by the prep knife. It's easily our favorite knife for most of our kitchen needs.

I don't know that I NEED a Pro bread knife, but it wouldn't be an unwelcome addition.

Edit: the knife block is great for the Pro series. It accommodates them better. 10/10 would recommend.
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12-08-2022 at 09:13 AM.
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This or Shun Classic line?
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I have all except the bread knife, though I've gotten mine piecemeal. Paring and chef's knives are obvious needs, however, I have been pleasantly surprised by the prep knife. It's easily our favorite knife for most of our kitchen needs.

I don't know that I NEED a Pro bread knife, but it wouldn't be an unwelcome addition.

Edit: the knife block is great for the Pro series. It accommodates them better. 10/10 would recommend.
Having gone years without even a decent bread knife at home and working in kitchens with bad bread knives, a good bread knife is a game changer. Would absolutely recommend getting one.
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12-08-2022 at 09:19 AM.
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Not a bad price for 4 useful knives and a block. Nice that the bolster doesn't extend into the blade edge
I dont use the steel for honing. Ceramic rods for honing and Lansky diamonds for sharpening or profiling.
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12-08-2022 at 09:32 AM.
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I picked up this set at my local Zwilling Store front for 40% off sale price on BF, It was about $270 before taxes. Wanted a set with a santoku knife.

Edit: Citadel Outlet in SoCal if anybody is wondering. I found a lot of their prices were better than any of the online sales and their own website when comparing.

https://www.zwilling.com/us/zwill...suggestion
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All reviews seem promotional. Anyone with experience on this set?
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