The set costs just $16.

By Katie Macdonald
Updated February 20, 2020
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At the risk of stating the obvious, steak knives aren’t just for carving through perfectly cooked steak. In addition to cutting beef, the razor-sharp blades are necessities for slicing through anything that isn’t mush, from other proteins like chicken and pork to roasted vegetables and buttery dinner rolls. (So, please, put away those butter knives you got in your utensil set.)

If you’re in the market for new steak knives, this four-piece KitchenAid set is a great get. Made with high carbon German stainless steel, the knives are durable enough to hold their edges for hundreds of slices. Their 4.5-inch blades are serrated to effortlessly slice through bread, meat, and poultry, while their ergonomically designed handles are easy to hold and control. And right now, you can get them at practically a steal: The set is 47% off on Amazon


To buy: $16 (originally $30);

Celebrated for its high-quality kitchen appliances and cookware, KitchenAid naturally excels in crafting reliable, versatile knives too. The knives are one of Amazon’s best-selling sets and have a remarkable 4.7-star rating. Reviewers praise the blades for their performance and strength, calling them “sharp and sturdy.”

“These are very rugged, high-quality knives,” one wrote. “You can feel the quality the moment you pick one up. They cut through thick steak without any effort whatsoever.”

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Others commented on what a great value the set is, writing that they’re even better than sets that cost hundreds of dollars.


“I have owned some really nice knives over the years. Sometimes I’ve spent stupid amounts of money for the privilege,” a reviewer said. “Without a doubt, this is the best deal of any steak knife set anywhere. They are incredibly sharp, they hold their sharpness because they are serrated. You can spend many times this [price] for Wüsthof, Henckels, or other brands, but they won’t cut a steak any better.”

Another added, “These outperform other German-made steak knives I’ve had at triple the price.”

Right now, you can get the KitchenAid steak knives for just $16—that’s only $4 each. But there’s no telling how long this price cut will last, so add the set to your cart ASAP.