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[Zwilling J.A. Henckels] Zwilling.ca minimum 50% off site wide

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[Zwilling J.A. Henckels] Zwilling.ca minimum 50% off site wide

I always look forward to their website sales because unlike the warehouse sale that they have, all these are firsts (rather than seconds at the warehouse)

https://www.zwilling.ca/
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superock wrote: I always look forward to their website sales because unlike the warehouse sale that they have, all these are firsts (rather than seconds at the warehouse)

https://www.zwilling.ca/

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what do you mean seconds at the warehouse? I was planning on going to the warehouse sale on the weekend
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cns187 wrote: what do you mean seconds at the warehouse? I was planning on going to the warehouse sale on the weekend
While not always the case, the items typically at the warehouse sale are seconds. Seconds are usually items that have some visual imperfections that they wouldn't be able to sell at retail. This isn't always the case with items sold at the warehouse sale but a good number of items sold there are seconds.
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Thanks OP. Ordered a knfie block, their beginner stone sharpener and a pizza cutter.
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welp fk.. said I was done for the day and saw this.. damn u OP (but thnx - finally got my Miyabi)
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Damn.. no good for small orders with the shipping
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Wow the price for the Kramer sharpening stones is really good. Would buy in a heartbeat if I needed more stones.
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hotandsoursoup wrote: Ugh I want a birchwood sooo bad anyone knows if this is a good deal?
https://www.zwilling.ca/product/5000mcd ... -8-200-mm/
Henckel Sale had it cheaper - this price is not even the lowest which is strange.

I was about to post up about this sale - you can use my guide which I've posted here for reference on pricing.
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markopas wrote: Henckel Sale had it cheaper - this price is not even the lowest which is strange.

I was about to post up about this sale - you can use my guide which I've posted here for reference on pricing.
Can you please link me to it?
I was debating between Miyabi Birchwood or the Kramer Meiji. When would be the best time to buy them?
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FYI, was at Niagara Falls outlet collection (by the QEW with the bass pro) they had 15% additional discount on top of their web prices. Also free salt/pepper shaker with $250+ spending. This was last weekend, not sure if it still on now. The prices online now are the same as they were then.

Got their 7” pro chef knife for $96 after tax.
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hotandsoursoup wrote: Can you please link me to it?
I was debating between Miyabi Birchwood or the Kramer Meiji. When would be the best time to buy them?
I would go with the Kramer Meiji only because I own 3 Kramer knives and they are all excellent
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Was at the Halton Hills outlets store yesterday and they had the same deal, only thing was that it looked like they had sold a lot of their Staub collection. They had remerchandised some of the Staub section to other brands.
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edides wrote: Any recommendations on large staub pot?
The 5.5qt is pretty big. The 4 quart is marked down to $149. I bought one at the Bay for $129 because I find the 6 quart one I already have a bit too big. 3 quart pots seem a bit small.

Only thing I'll say is that cast iron is heavy, especially in those larger pot sizes.

Also, depending on what you want to cook a braiser could be a good option.
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hotandsoursoup wrote: Can you please link me to it?
I was debating between Miyabi Birchwood or the Kramer Meiji. When would be the best time to buy them?
modified my original post, click on the "here" which will take you to my spreadsheet.

The henckels sale that they have in Markham can have some decent prices and hard to say when the best pricing is but that's why I made the spreadsheet.

Alternatively, I think the better pricing can be had in the US Side at Outlets they manage to get better discounts somehow.

PRO Tip for any tradesman who are chefs, let them know are a cook/chef and they can apply an extra 15% on top of the existing discount :D
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Almost everything I look at can be found elsewhere for the same price... bed bath and beyond has a bunch of the stuff for the same price, and sometimes not even on sale...

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