Deglon Meeting Knife Set, Stainless Steel Knives and Block, Set of 4
Product DescriptionThe Deglon Meeting Knife Set is practical, durable and a work of art. Designed by Mia Schmallenbach and produced by Deglon, it won first prize in the 5th European Cutlery Design Award. This lovely set is made of high quality stainless steel and seemingly appears to be created from a single block of stainless steel. Each knife nests within the set. To remove each knife, simply press down near the tip of the blade and life knife away by the handle. Set includes a 3-1/4-inch paring knife, 5-1/4-inch utility knife, 8-inch chef knife, 8-3/4-inch slicer and matching stainless steel block. Occasionally, use a steel to sharpen. Hand wash and dry, recommended. Made in France by Deglon. Deglon - handcrafter of quality cutlery since 1821. Limited lifetime warranty.
- Set of 4 knives and block; contemporary and innovative design
- Made of high quality stainless steel; set seemingly appears to be created from a single block of stainless steel
- Set includes a 3-1/4-inch paring knife, 5-1/4-inch utility knife, 8-inch chef knife, 8-3/4-inch slicer and matching stainless steel block
- Designed by Mia Schmallenbach
- Made in France by Deglon
Top ReviewsBeautiful! I have not seen a match
by JC (3 out of 5 stars)
January 4, 2015
Very elegant set of knives. Beautiful! I have not seen a match. It is just the quality of steel may be suspect as I have two rusting cracks in two handles on the rear surface of the set. This is an area that can collect residual moisture and I am now careful not to allow this to occur. I am unsure if this is sufficient reason to contact Deglon. I would appreciate any feed back in this regards.
by Lino (5 out of 5 stars)
July 14, 2014
Real nice nice presentation
by FABIO VIGNACCI (5 out of 5 stars)
July 18, 2014
Matches my ever decreasing hand size
by Rarity (5 out of 5 stars)
September 21, 2011
I love this knife set, as I have medical condition where my handgrip size changes in relation to the Fibonacci series.
Forge Welded From Lawn Mower Parts
by Shari Davis (5 out of 5 stars)
May 21, 2019
I'm leaving a five star review because I really want to see Doug Marcaida stab a ballistics dummy with them.
At long last, I am reunited with my Fateblade
by Cab (5 out of 5 stars)
September 19, 2013
The Formless Blade, known to my kin as Nesting-Knives, or as it is known to the Men of the North, Fouredge, was taken from me after my defeat at the hands of Emperor Deglon. To see it again on Amazon.com is both a relief and a grim reminder of my failure to The Order. As my brethren and I are practitioners of asceticism, penniless warrior-monks all, I cannot afford the ransom set by Deglon, so I would instead urge caution to any potential buyer for my parted weapon; do not listen to the dark urgings it whispers as you grip its largest hilt, and do not live in fear of the date the smallest hilt will speak to you; while it is true that this is the date you will die, and your fate cannot be altered, the blade's fate is to end its journey in the heart of the wielder's greatest foe.
Sally forth, wielder of Nesting-Knives, and know that the time of your undoing will also be your enemy's. Also please store the knives separately, as metal-on-metal contact will dull the edges, making them unsuitable for battle or food preparation.
by Michael J Wallis Jr (5 out of 5 stars)
April 1, 2013
"Yo dawg, I heard you like knives, so we put knives in your knives so you can cut while you cut."
Stainless Steel for only the cost of silver
by Philip Thompson (5 out of 5 stars)
August 15, 2013
I had thought about buying a solid silver set of knives to take to my meetings - but not only am I an expert on knives, I'm also an expert on investments - and I think that at its high price silver is only going to come down in price. Meanwhile, stainless steel which has very little value at the moment is just going to skyrocket.
This meeting knife set also doubles as a fantastic logic puzzle for children to play with. For instance, if you want to use the smallest knife you'll need to take all of the other knives out first in order to use it - so have a child on hand to help put them back together.
These meeting knives truly are for the whole family to use, each knife coming with its own grip size.
Make your next trip to the emergency room a whole family trip. If you can afford this set of knives then you can certainly afford the medical bills that will inevitably follow.
Great Knives with a Minor Problem
by Chris (4 out of 5 stars)
November 16, 2013
This set is a mixed bad, and I have not had a pleasant experience with them. Here are the pros and cons
Aerodynamic- This is very important since my last knife lost its temper due to the air friction heating when I was chopping onions.
Space saving nesting- I always like to keep a blade handy. Before I was limited to just carrying my chef's knife, because carrying multiple knives would have made people think I was psycho. Now, I can fit 4 knives in one holster!
Good price point- Knives of this quality should cost much more. Some people seem to think that you should pay less since there is less metal. Fools. You are paying for the lack of steel. It is like negative space in art.
Sharpness and strength- Doorways? No thanks, I'll make my own. These slice through steel, brick, and art like a knife.
Versatility- In addition to carving my way through buildings and crowds, these serve numerous functions such as bottle openner, toothbrush holder, hat pin, razor, and pointer for presentations
Usability- I just can't figure these out. The chicken keeps sliding through the holes in the knife.
Curse- Evidently, these were tempered by plunging into the still beating heart of an innocent. Makes for a great knife, but shrieks of the tormented and damned make sleeping in the same room difficult. Also, my milk goes sour in like 24 hours
Popularity- Too many people have these. I no longer feel special and admired when I whipped out my nested knife set. I don't want to be one of the sheeple
Overall: A decent set if you can tolerate the screams of tortured souls
My Little Johnson is Going to Law School!
by Mr Duck Johnson (5 out of 5 stars)
April 2, 2013
Last year my son informed me that he would rather follow his dream of becoming a professional chef rather than follow in my footsteps to become an attorney. I was crushed, and at a total loss until I stumbled across this knife set on Amazon. I bought the set for his 17th birthday. Smashing garlic, following proper rote technique, keeping the blades sharp, holding the knife comfortably, etc. were all beyond his grasp thanks to the striking ineptitude of these knives. He was unable to cook like his television host idols. His vegetables looked like they had been chopped by a toddler.
During our second trip to the emergency room I was able to convince him to go into pre-law. I told him that if these knives are still in production when he graduates from law school then he will be able to make a killing by initiating a class action lawsuit against Deglon.
This set may have crushed my son's soul, but it has ensured his father's glorious legacy.
Harvard Law: my little Johnson is coming.
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