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The Best Cheap Kitchen Knives You Can Buy Are a Steal Today
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Ultra-cheap kitchen knives are a crapshoot — some are great values, others aren’t worth considering. Generally speaking, it’s a category rife with Chromium-rich knives that are shiny and totally resistant to water damage, but chip and dull easily, too. From our testing, the best of the lot is Victorinox’s collection of Fibrox-handled knives — all of which are on sale at Drop today.
Of the thirteen discounted knives, the chef’s knife gets the most press. Recommended by Cook’s Illustrated, it’s tough, comes with a less-cumbersome handle than other frugal options and takes well to honing steel. The knife usually runs for $45, but it can be had for $32 at Drop.
Gear Patrol also recommends:
Wusthof Pro Cook’s Knife ($37)
Tojiro DP Gyutuo ($65)
Mac Professional Hollow Edge Knife ($145)
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