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SirStinky: Bought these about 5 years ago for Christmas, and they've been great knives. I really like J.A. Henckels knives, and these are some good ones.These are stamped, high carbon steel knives with no bolster and full tangs. The handles are POM synthetic which is good for sanitation. They cut very good, and a lot of it is the blade design. Only the first 1/4 of the blade is serrated, and the rest is straight. The serrations are micro-type and because they're along the drop point (where the most cutting is done) it helps to glide through just about anything. Even thick steaks cut well.The only gripe is that the straight edge needs to be sharp for these to work well, and the serrations do eventally get dull. A dull edge won't slice meat, it tears it, and makes a mess of your steak. That's a problem because you can't sharpen them unless you get creative. You also need to handwash these (no dishwasher), or they will rust because of the high carbon content in the steel.Other than that, these are great knives at a reasonable price!
B. Holmes: I have few Wusthoff, Henkels and those expensive ones they sell door to door (forget the name). I would NOT get these knives, spends a few bucks more and get the forged ones, of any brand over these. These feel lightweight and cheap to me and don't hold the edge as well as the Wusthoff (forged). Like Joyce Sackett, I only hand wash them (no dishwasher period). Somehow the handle cracked and is about ready to fall apart.I'm not saying Henkels are not good knives, I'm saying THESE Henkels are barely a step above cheapo knives. If you want Henkels, get a better, more expensive set. Which would you rather have, a so-so set for $160 or a great set for $180??
Galen Sather "--sakabatou--": These knives are lightweight and hair-splitting sharp. Sturdy and reliable, absolutely no comparison to other block sets in the same price range (assuming they remain on sale). They need the occasional whetting - as all decent knives do. Fantastic addition to any serious kitchen!
Michael Smith: This is an excellent set of knives that we purchased here. They cut well and are reasonably priced. The block also had extra spaces for other knives you may have. These knifes are very heavy duty and if kept in the block when not used, should last a lifetime.