Seido Japanese set of eight Knives is $70, down from $430

Whether you’re a fledgling home cook or a kitchen pro who’s one audition away from becoming Masterchef champion, you know the importance of having quality knives in the kitchen. From carving Thanksgiving turkeys to mincing garlic cloves, whipping meals can be laborious without the help of sharp blades.

Professional chefs would tell you that each knife has to be selected and bought individually, but if you want to cut through all that trouble (pun intended), going for a curated set like the Seido Japanese Master Chef Knife Set is the way to go. Not only does it feature eight blades that you’d need in every stage of cooking, but it comes in a gift box, making it a great holiday present for your fellow foodie friends, too. For today only $70 — no additional coupon needed.

Seido Japanese Master Chef Knife Set
Seido Knives

If you’re not too familiar with Japanese knives, they’re generally lighter and more ergonomic than their Western counterparts. They also have thinner, harder steel, making them capable of holding an edge for far longer. These Seido knives fit this very description, designed to offer a great balance between sharp edge retention and durability with strong high-carbon stainless steel. They also feature a 15-degree angle for a sharper-cutting face and consistent, clean cuts.


This particular set includes eight separate blades, including a classic all-rounder chef knife, a flexible slicing knife, a bread knife with a sharp, serrated edge, a cleaver for hacking through bone and tough meat, a boning knife with a curved blade for cutting meat away from bones, and a multi-functional paring knife. It also comes with two santoku knives, a 5-inch one for chopping through fruits and vegetables and a 7-inch version for executing the finest cuts. All these knives are stored inside a gift box, perfect for gifting to friends and family — or to yourself.

Verified purchaser Sterling Goodard raved, described this knife set as a “very nice set” with “knives that are “sharp and look good.” They also said that the blades “fit the hand very well and are easy-to-use.”

These knives are truly a cut above the rest. Normally retailing for $429, you can grab the set for only $70 today only. Hurry before the deal ends!

Prices subject to change.

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