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This High-Quality Stainless Steel Japanese Knife Set Is Now Under $100

posted by Mark Myerson - 10.14.21

Just like music and art, every part of the world has a different culinary culture. When it comes to food, Japan is particularly known for precision — and that precision requires a honed edge that your average set of kitchen knives simply cannot deliver. 

The Seido Japanese Master Chef Knife Set embodies that style, with five beautiful blades crafted from high-carbon stainless steel. It’s normally priced at $249, but Hannity viewers can pick up the set for just $99.99 in a special deal.

For anyone who enjoys cooking up a storm in the kitchen, owning a good set of knives is absolutely essential. Not only that, but sharp, high-quality blades are safer to use, as they’re less likely to slip and cause an injury. However, many brands charge over the odds. In contrast, Seido has made a name by delivering high-quality knives at an honest price. 

Japanese blades are generally sharpened to more acute cutting angles than their Western equivalents, and Seido knives are no exception. This means you can slice vegetables, meat, and fish with minimal effort and complete control.

This particular set covers all your food prep needs, with an 8” chef’s knife, a 7” cleaver, and a 7” Santoku knife with a Granton Edge to prevent food sticking. You also get a 5″ Santoku knife for smaller fruit and vegetables and a 3.5″ paring knife for the details.

All of the knives have Pakka wood handles, with Damascus-style etching on the blade. They look incredible and are good enough for any professional kitchen.

It’s normally $249, but you can order the Seido set today for just $99.99 and save 59% on the retail price.


Seido™ Japanese Master Chef Knife Set – $99.99

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