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Zwilling Online (First) Warehouse Sale July 9 - 12

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Zwilling Online (First) Warehouse Sale July 9 - 12

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For the first time, ZWILLING is having an Online ONLY Warehouse sale open to the public for a limited time only. Discounts on ZWILLING German Cutlery, Staub French Cast Iron Cookware, Miyabi Japanese Kitchen Knives, Demeyere Belgium Stainless Steel Cookware, Balarini Nonstick Frypans made in Italy, Cooking Tools, Glassware and more.

Must create a Zwilling account to participate.

Starts July 9 @ 12:00am EST

1% back from Rakuten: https://www.rakuten.ca/zwilling-canada

Past warehouse sale for references (in-store):
zwilling-ja-henckels-zwillings-first-ev ... a-2329964/
zwilling-ja-henckels-winter-warehouse-e ... s-2330064/

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don't forget 10% newsletter discount
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I don't need anything, but how can I miss the yearly tradition? It's a sin.
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mawzi wrote: I don't need anything, but how can I miss the yearly tradition? It's a sin.
All of the things I've bought because of this forum, I can't name one thing that I actually "needed"
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Nice. I hope the deals are good. Always missed out on warehouse sales because I don't live in the centre of the universe.
Please update your profile to include your city. It's helpful when you post about something regional ucp.php?i=ucp_profile&mode=profile_info
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Is any of this actually of a quality that justifies the price? I looked at the flyer for the winter one (thank you OP), and it seems like no.
It seems like the sale prices *still* represent a 40% markup.
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joshfindit wrote: Is any of this actually of a quality that justifies the price? I looked at the flyer for the winter one (thank you OP), and it seems like no.
It seems like the sale prices *still* represent a 40% markup.
With Zwilling, 40% off represents a reasonable price. If you get an extra 10% off, here's your discount. And sometimes, they have things 60% off.
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Sep 25, 2018
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jacky190424 wrote: very few 4 stars item :<

Why settle for 4 stars? Go for the Pro series. They are worth the cost (at 60-80 for the chef knifes).
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Nov 10, 2013
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Any thoughts of its stainless steel cookware set? (If it comes on sale)
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shatim wrote: Any thoughts of its stainless steel cookware set? (If it comes on sale)
Depends on your budget; Zwilling's lineup ranges from very cheap all the way to very high-end (the Made in Belgium lines).
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Does anyone really need anything other than a chef knife?

If I knew what I know now, I would just buy a really good chef knife as that's all I use. Would have saved me $500 from buying a whole set that I don't ever use.
I'm probably in the market for another chef knife as my wife and I fight for it when we cook together.
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jellytime wrote: Does anyone really need anything other than a chef knife?

If I knew what I know now, I would just buy a really good chef knife as that's all I use. Would have saved me $500 from buying a whole set that I don't ever use.
I'm probably in the market for another chef knife as my wife and I fight for it when we cook together.
You're right in that a Chef's knife is usually all that is needed. This is why I never buy box sets. However, I do prefer specialized knives once in a while. I recently bought the Miyabi birchwood Sujihiki knife cause I wanted a longer more narrow knife to cut fish and meat. A chef knife is sometimes too tall or short for cutting certain things. Plus I got it on sale from Williams Food Equipment for $300.

https://www.zwilling.com/ca/miyabi-5000 ... cd#start=1
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shatim wrote: Any thoughts of its stainless steel cookware set? (If it comes on sale)
I bought one of the sets at a warehouse sale i think a year ago for about $150 and its extremely solid. An investment, sure, but i can tell this set will last me a LONG time.
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jellytime wrote: Does anyone really need anything other than a chef knife?

If I knew what I know now, I would just buy a really good chef knife as that's all I use. Would have saved me $500 from buying a whole set that I don't ever use.
I'm probably in the market for another chef knife as my wife and I fight for it when we cook together.
Yeah... Other than their chef knives, theres nothing too impressive from zwilling... And i bet nothing in the sale is gonna come close to the bed bath and beyond sale a few weeks ago where you could get the pro series 7" for $40.
A pairing knife is good too, but for how much abuse it should be getting, buying a fancy zwilling one is kind of a waste(All the restaurants i work at just used cheap fibrox handled victorinox's, even if the chefs knives they brought from home were expensive Shun or Mac knives.)
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Luckily they require to you create an account, which I am far too lazy to do. Wallet is safe.
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jellytime wrote: I'm probably in the market for another chef knife as my wife and I fight for it when we cook together.
At least she does not fight you with it.
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what would everyone recommend as a good chef knife for a homecook to look for during tomorrow's sale?
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Their Staub pots, dutch ovens, and cocottes are extremely high quality, a great route similar to le creuset

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