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ZWILLING J.A. Henckels® 5 Star 6" Cleaver $49.99 reg $230

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[Cabelas] ZWILLING J.A. Henckels® 5 Star 6" Cleaver $49.99 reg $230

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Real price is more 70-80$. The 230 MSRP is a joke like Canadiantire pricing lol.
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chriscabob wrote: Real price is more 70-80$. The 230 MSRP is a joke like Canadiantire pricing lol.
Yeah....no shit
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katwittfan wrote: Yeah....no shit
Lmao, you're the one that posted it with "reg $230" in the title.
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nates99 wrote: Lmao, you're the one that posted it with "reg $230" in the title.
Yeah....no shit
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cocopro wrote: Sigmaforge = stamped? This is confusing 🤣
Look at the picture, that’s a stamped knife.

The details saying Sigmaforge tells me either the picture is wrong or the details are incorrect.

Even the single 5-star review reads suspect.
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What's wrong with stamped? If the edge is good, steel is good, play ball?
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Not a terrible price. It's $69.99 everywhere else at the moment.
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Farbustry wrote: Look at the picture, that’s a stamped knife.

The details saying Sigmaforge tells me either the picture is wrong or the details are incorrect.

Even the single 5-star review reads suspect.
Nope, it's a forged knife. By the way, while lower quality knives are usually stamped, this doesn't necessarily mean stamped = bad. Global knives, for example, are stamped.
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While I'm no knife connoisseur, the word foreged generally lends an air of craftsmanship to the knife and would generally be viewed of higher quality and longevity. Stamped generally means mass produced on the biggest scale at the lowest cost. Both knives will work fine and will be sharp out of the box. As for how well that sharp edge stays sharp from daily use and how much sharpening you need over its life varies on the quality of the metal and its makeup -- assuming that one does not abuse the knife like using it for chopping when it's made only for slicing meats and vegetables, or putting it through a dishwasher. At the same time, the metal has to stand up to the rigors of machine stamping which one wouldn't put expensive knives through stamping.
Why settle for full retail price when you can wait and get it at a lower price for better value (even better if there's a bundled freebies deal)? 😉
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ocisnicola wrote: Nope, it's a forged knife. By the way, while lower quality knives are usually stamped, this doesn't necessarily mean stamped = bad. Global knives, for example, are stamped.
how do they stamp if even handle is 1 piece?
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fightbriz wrote: Wow it's welded?
Yep. There's a lot of craftsmanship that goes into Global knives. That's why, as long as the quality of material and craftsmanship is there, stamped knives aren't necessarily of poor quality.

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