- Micro-serrated blades
- Soft Santoprene handles
- Four steak knives in set
- Never need sharpening ul>
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Liked my first set so much I had to get some extras
Great Steak Knives at a Great Price !
These are great looking knives for a great price. The handles are brushed metal along the top but are a black rubber surface on most of the handle for a nice firm grip. I have big hands so I like a beefy handle but they aren't so big that average to small hands would have trouble.
The blade is micro-serrated so they can't be sharpened like high end kitchen knives but they are sharp and work great right out of the box.
The packaging recommends hand washing and I would too because i would worry about how to deal with those serrations if they get dulled. But if you are already used to giving knives that special treatment it shouldn't be an issue.
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 35 ratings
97% of reviewers recommend this product
100% say this is a "good value"
I think a steak knife should slide through the steak not tear through. Part of the pleasue of a good steak is the knife sliding through the steak. The juices puddling on the plate. We use all our senses. The slight tearing kind of disappoints me. I knew it was serated but I thought (hoped) that it was the scalloped serations. I was wrong. We'll use them in the RV not worth returning. But I won't use on expensive 'weekend' steaks.