TL;DR: Amateur and pro chefs alike can check out this Seido™ Japanese Master Chef Knife Set on sale for $139.99 as of June 3 (that’s 67% off its regular price of $429).
Having knives that are actually built for the job in the kitchen — whether that’s chopping, peeling, dicing, or mincing — makes all the difference.
This recently featured eight-piece set of Seido Japanese Master Chef Knives is on sale for only $139.99 (reg. $429) and even comes with a gift box that doubles as a storage container. If you jump on the deal quickly, it’ll make a great Father’s Day present for any dad worth their salt in the kitchen.
Seido knives are made with high-carbon stainless steel, which is made to balance edge retention and durability with a higher carbon content than most knives. They have an acute 15-degree angle for a sharper cutting face (most Western knives have a 25-degree angle), plus comfortable Pakka wood handles, distinctly etched blades, and a manufacturer’s lifetime warranty. In other words, they’ll live as long as you if they’re taken care of.
The eight-piece set includes an eight-inch chef’s knife, slicing knife, and bread knife, a seven-inch cleaver and santoku knife, a six-inch boning knife, a five-inch santoku knife, and a 3.5-inch paring knife. The chef’s knife is for everyday needs. The slicing knife can tackle thin cuts of meat, fruit, and vegetables. The cleaver can hack through bones, while the santoku knives chop veggies and the bread knife can carve a loaf with ease. Need something with a little more precision? Go with the boning or paring knife. Your bases? Covered — whether you’re whipping up everyday dinners or preparing a feast for the whole extended family.
Check out this unboxing video to learn more:
Snag a set of Seido Japanese Master Chef Knives for yourself or your dad for Father’s Day for just $139.99 — that’s 67% off the usual MSRP.
Prices subject to change.