PureLife Ragalta PLKS 2500 Series 13-Piece Forged High Carbon Stainless Steel Cutlery in Wooden Block, Black

October 25, 2013 - Comment

The PureLife Series is all about getting back to basics great, high-quality materials, comfort and the happy marriage of form and function. Included in this high carbon stainless steel cutlery set is: one 8″ chef knife, 7″ santoku blade, one 8″ bread knife, one 5″ utility knife, one 3.5″ paring knife, six 5″ steak knives,

The PureLife Series is all about getting back to basics great, high-quality materials, comfort and the happy marriage of form and function. Included in this high carbon stainless steel cutlery set is: one 8″ chef knife, 7″ santoku blade, one 8″ bread knife, one 5″ utility knife, one 3.5″ paring knife, six 5″ steak knives, one meat fork and a wooden block.

Product Features

  • Finely grained wooden block protects cutlery
  • Forged blades made foam high carbon stainless steel
  • Ergonomic handles designed to maximize comfort while making precise cuts
  • Full tang gives long lasting durability and sturdiness
  • Dishwasher safe

Comments

OneMinerDetail says:

So far, so good Bought these knives after doing exhaustive research into forged knives. We considered Chicago Cutlery, J.A. Henckels, Wusthof, etc. I was very nervous about buying an inexpensive set (aka cheap/inferior quality.)Finally decided to buy this with the assumption that if they didn’t live up to the quality I wanted, I would send them back.Well, I’m not sending them back. Good weight to the knives and block. Very sharp and a good cut.Save your money and buy this…

Carl L says:

Very good knife set. I bought 2 sets when Tirger Direct sold them for $35 each. It was a steal. These are forged, full tang, sharp knives. They are very solid, no flexing. Some do have minor imperfections in the handles and blades when you look up close. Nothing effecting their use it’s just you can tell they were made quickly. However I was expecting that for forged knives at this price. The steak knives and meat fork are probably the best I’ve owned. The meat fork doesn’t bend when you pick something up,…

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