Made In the Knife Sets Are Made in the Old Tradition

Just like any other job, cooking is made so much easier if you have the right tools for the job. It’s also important to have high quality implements that you can rely on. Made In Cookware’s The Knife Sets are just such kitchen tools.

The Knife Sets blade

The knives in the Knife Sets are fully forged from a single rod of metal, which creates a better balance for the blade and also increases its durability. Of course, if it’s a cheap rod of metal then you’re not better off, and that’s why Made In uses only metals that score 58-60 on the Rockwell Hardness Score. That high of a score ensures that the blades will stand up to constant use without chipping or breaking. Made In uses X50CrMoV15 NITRO+ metals that are sourced in France.

As a final ingredient in making the knife last, each blade is treated with nitrogen, which not only adds strength and resistance to corrosion but also helps to keep the blade sharper longer.

The Knife Sets

Made In also makes their blades in Thiers, France. This region is known for making 100 per cent fully forged knives—a tradition that they have kept for over 700 years. In fact, Thiers is one of the few areas left in the world that still follows this practice. It’s an art that is passed down from generation to generation.

A full set of Made In Cookware’s The Knife Set costs USD$305, but you can receive a 22 per cent discount, knocking the price down to just USD$239. The set includes an eight-inch Chef Knife, a Paring Knife (the perfect blade for when you need precision and accuracy), and a Utility Knife (a serrated blade perfect for cutting bread, sandwich meat, or cheese).

You can also receive an American made butcher block with the full set. You can also choose to just pick up the three knives or buy the Paring and Utility knives as a duo.

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