Cutlery & Kitchen Knives

Professional chefs and great home cooks will quickly tell you that you must have the right tools for the job. That doesn't mean you have to mortgage your house to get the cutlery you need. Whether you're just starting out or currently work in a restaurant, you'll find affordable kitchen knives of every type at Knife Depot. Save on the most commonly used kitchen knives, including the chef's knife, paring knife and boning knife as well as other necessities. Every good cook needs a knife roll, knife sharpener and - the pro's choice - bamboo cutting board. You'll be pleasantly surprised at our competitive prices on kitchen knives and other cutlery. Now you can buy more for less.

Cutlery & Kitchen Knives
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The knives are very sharp, my wife seems to like them.

We use these knives in a laboratory test kitchen to slice and evaluate tree nuts for defects and general quality. The grip and blade type are perfect for this application.

Great product ! Brightens up my Kitchen counter

This is by far the best knife I have ever owned. It is sharp and stays sharp! I use it for most everything in the kitchen, from cutting meats to chopping vegetables. I would definitely recommend this one for anyone who wants a good sharp anything knife.

Knife looked used or not carefully crafted. Sloppy sharpening and made in the USA. I thought Victorinox was swiss made. None the less, very sharp, heavy and great for hacking.

I used the knife to debone to deer this fall. It remained sharp and worked great cutting around bone and tenons. Super knife

Love the blades in this knife set. I'm not using many knives that cost more than $40 in the kitchen, but this is a solid kit. Would recommend to friends and will buy again as a gift.

Fantastic knife for the money. I purchased two. One for the kitchen and one for "tail-gating" at football games. Both keep an edge and are easy to sharpen with a steel. As with any good knife I hand wash and use the sharpening steel after heavy cutting.

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