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#6849465 - 08/08/17 11:22 AM Cutco knifes
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Been thinking about get a few , what are yalls thought about them? Where would be the best place to get the best deal for them. Pros and cons?
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#6849473 - 08/08/17 11:29 AM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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They sell some on amazon, you may try there.

What kind of knives are you looking for? Kitchen, boning, etc?
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#6849482 - 08/08/17 11:42 AM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I have both 8" and 10" Shun chef knives and I think they are excellent and extremely sharp.
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#6849486 - 08/08/17 11:46 AM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I have a "hunting" cutco knife and wasn't that impressed with the durability of it. I switched back to my Buck knife pretty quick. I will say that it is easy to sharpen and will get very sharp! Didn't hold an edge that well and didn't do well cutting through tough areas of the animals.

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#6849497 - 08/08/17 11:56 AM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I have their filet knife and have been pleased with it. The extendable blade is a pretty cool feature.

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#6849499 - 08/08/17 11:56 AM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I was interested in a few kitchen knifes for veggies and meats mostly. There shears seem to be pretty good aswell.
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#6849507 - 08/08/17 12:10 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I use one of these for just about everything in the kitchen, then wrap it in cardboard and take it to the ranch when I go hunting. It was a gift from one of my buddies for standing in his wedding and it was a good gift. Steel it every now and again and be careful not to cut yourself.

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#6849585 - 08/08/17 01:58 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I like the cheap ceramic kitchen knives, there is a Cutco store in Frisco, I'll have to stick my head in and look at them
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#6849646 - 08/08/17 02:43 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: redchevy]
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Originally Posted By: redchevy
I use one of these for just about everything in the kitchen, then wrap it in cardboard and take it to the ranch when I go hunting. It was a gift from one of my buddies for standing in his wedding and it was a good gift. Steel it every now and again and be careful not to cut yourself.




This is the brand I have switched to for cooking needs. Great knives for the price.

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#6849690 - 08/08/17 03:19 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: 2Beez]
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Originally Posted By: 2Beez
I have their filet knife and have been pleased with it. The extendable blade is a pretty cool feature.


I have two of these and really like them. I have been looking at a few for the kitchen here lately.

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#6849724 - 08/08/17 03:43 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I've got this one with the orange handle and serrated edge I'd sell for $75 shipped. Brand new, never used.

https://www.cutco.com/products/product.jsp?item=drop-point-knife#sm.000rgsmm21318cnnqbk1peuqurwqu
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#6851001 - 08/09/17 04:31 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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So I'm still on the fence, anyone own a few and have a review on them.
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#6851018 - 08/09/17 04:50 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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My wife bought a set of those over priced knives and cuts her self every time she uses them. Shop around
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#6851028 - 08/09/17 04:57 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: DSST_Construction]
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I have a kitchen set - over 15 years now. Steak knives are great. Long blade serrated for slicing still work fine. Butcher OK - I just need to sharpen it. Bread knife great. Paring knife - so-so. They did replace a steak knife for free when the handle melted a bit after contact with a hot skillet. Shears are incredible - we have two. I use Henckles for trimming my game meat though. Cutco for everyday kitchen use works fine for us.
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#6851050 - 08/09/17 05:24 PM Re: Cutco knifes [Re: TonyWornick]
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Originally Posted By: redchevy
I use one of these for just about everything in the kitchen, then wrap it in cardboard and take it to the ranch when I go hunting. It was a gift from one of my buddies for standing in his wedding and it was a good gift. Steel it every now and again and be careful not to cut yourself.




This is the brand I have switched to for cooking needs. Great knives for the price.
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