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Women S Lightly Lined Strapless Bra Auden Cocoa 32A Brown
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J. Lee: If you want the best bang for your buck, go buy yourself a Victorinix (Forschner) Fibrox set and pocket the change. You will get all the performance at a lower cost.If you want a laser edged knife that will maintain and edge and slice through anything, go find yourself a superior quality steel (hint.. look for a Japanese knife).The steel used by Henckels is soft by knife standards which makes it easy to sharpen and hone but holds a very blunt edge. I guess this is acceptable for most amateur cooks. However, a knife should CUT. I should be able to slide a knife without any downward pressure and have it slice through a tomato with only the weight of the blade. This has to do with the geometry of a blade, and the geometry of the blade is dependent on the hardness of the steel. A harder steel can be beveled at much narrower angles.If you are like most people and want a decent looking low-maintenance knife, I guess this will be fine. If you truly care about cutting performance, move up to a harder steel (carbon steel or higher quality stainless steel). The extra care required in maintaining the knife is offset by a decrease in prep time.I owned Henckels Pro S for about 5 years and was really annoyed by its inability to hold an edge and the need for frequent sharpenings despite regular use of a honing steel. Now my entire knife set is made of various Japanese names, half of which are hand-forged carbon steel. The difference is night and day.If you want a quality knife, look at most working chefs use. Talk to someone who slices and dices vegetables all day.
JohnDoe155: They need to be sharpened right out of the box. Some of them (8" chef and 10" chef that I bought separately) have spine sharp enough to cut yourself - I had to have it dulled. Other than that they are OK. If I was buying again I would go with Wusthof.Update: Sharpening steel is your best friend!
Love to travel! "katiemn": Don't let some of these negative reviews get you down .. these are GREAT knives!Prior to purchasing these knives I read the various reviews .. I find Amazon Reviews very helpful! My daughter in law has the Wusthof but I wasn't sure I was willing to pay quite that price since I don't cook as much as she does with her larger family. The Consumer Report information on the Profession S being "Forged because it is very close in form and function to traditionally 'Forged' pieces .. the only difference is that it isn't physically 'forged' from one piece of metal." .. helped my decision also. I then purchased the Henckels and have been just delighted!Right out of the box they were gorgeous! Not a single defect/flaw/scratch .. each one wonderfully sharp .. I tried each knife .. slicing a piece of paper using from tip to handle .. like slicing through butter!Quite frankly I would never abuse a fine piece of china nor a good knife .. so I don't worry about warping or discoloration of the handle .. it has always been my practice to just quickly scrub and dry my knife after use .. even my old cheaper knives still look good after years of use .. I'm so happy to finally have some GOOD knives .. trust me .. I'll take REALLY good care of these knives! Have some pride folks! (And if in time they DO get a bit banged up .. mores the benefit to my family .. it created some good food in the banging up!)I also found the Customer Service Department more than helpful when I called because I wasn't quite sure about one area of registering my product online .. they couldn't have been nicer or more helpful.I do not have huge hands and these fit my hands really nicely .. AND my husband is BIG .. and he likes them also!
Pete Vere: My siblings purchased this set as a wedding gift for my wife and I. We love to cook, and this set is rather nice. Two years' after receiving them, we have never had to sharpen them. We've used them to cut bread, meat, poultry, fish, vegetables and fruit. There's a knife for everything, and the scissors are nice as well. They're very durable, and can slice through something tough like lean beef, or something fine like a ripe tomato. I recommend them.
Rebecca N: According to Amazon, I purchased these knifes in May 2003. It is still the knife set I use today. The paring knife has a very small nick in it, but it hasn't affected use enough for me to be concerned.I've hand sharpened these knives about twice a year, and nine years later, I couldn't possibly justify replacing them. They are serving me very well! I've probably used the paring and chef's at least 1000 times each.Great long term investment in a quality knife set. I'd buy this same set again, even though now, 9 year later, I could afford a more expensive set. No need.