ESEE/Becker Kitchen Knives

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by OutdoorsFamilyMan, Nov 14, 2022.

  1. OutdoorsFamilyMan

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    I did a search and couldn’t find a dedicated thread, just whispers here and there….
    Anyone own them? What are your thoughts? Do they carry the ESEE warranty?
    Pics!!!
     
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    Been using my set since they first came out.
    The 5" santoku gets 90% of the use.
     
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    Would love to get my hands on the set

    That tall santoku!!
     
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    One of the retailers randomly came up with some sets 5 years or so ago. I had wanted a set for years and had been unable to find them. I think there were 3 at the time, I bought 2. I gave a set to my mother and hers are basically new in the box. They were so sharp from the factory that her and my sister cut themselves a time or two and were scared to use them after.
    The two taller knives are the ones I use for everything I don't use a paring knife for. I love mine.
     
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    I have worked in many a kitchen & even spent approximately 3.5 years as a Sous Chef before some how ending in corrections. But I was lucky enough to acquire a set of Tues knives several years back & Love them. @OutdoorsFamilyMan i truly wish the best of luck finding yourself a set. Another company that makes what I think is a good kitchen knife is Cold Steel.
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    I had the SMKW holiday catalog laying here yesterday. There were 2 decent starter sets under a BenFranklin. Wusthof? And…Henkels? If you needed a beginning place.
     
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    I forget whether these were ground at the standard ESEE 20, or at 15. Anyone know? Thanks.
     
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    I need this set!

    @Jeff Randall any chance these will come back?
     
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    I just did a search in the forum from when I bought mine. It was 2017 from TKC. $65 a set, lol, I'm kicking myself for not buying them all.
     

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