Miracle Blade: The Knives

by paulb on November 24, 2011

The Miracle Blade knife set has been around for years, and you’ve probably seen its infomercials on TV. If you’re curious (as I was when I saw the infomercial for the first time), then read on to see what we’ve been able to dig up about the different knives in the set.

Miracle Blade

Slice, Chop, and Fillet

The Miracle Blade knife set is comprised of different knives, and each is designed for a specific task (slicing, dicing, chopping, cutting, filleting, carving, and other kitchen cutting tasks). The knives have features designed to make your life in the kitchen easier, including a recessed curved handle that gives your fingers a better grip. Also, your fingers don’t graze the chopping surface since the curve gives you more clearance. Another feature, the Accu-grip control ball is found on two of the Miracle Blade knives: the Rock and Chop and the Chop and Scoop. Other features include the durable and high quality metal from which these knives are made.

The all around knife in the set, called the Miracle Blade All-Purpose Slicer can do everything around the kitchen except chop. It can slice meat, vegetables, frozen food, and bread, among other things. The Rock and Chop, on the other hand, is designed like a Japanese Santoku knife with its curved cutting edge. It is made specifically to make chopping easier by giving the user more control with the Accu-grip and the curved blade allows for ‘rocking’ the knife across food for mincing. The Chop and Scoop, as the name suggests, allows you to scoop the chopped pieces, thanks to its flexible blade. Another Miracle Blade knife with a flexible edge is the fillet knife. The set also includes a paring knife, 4 steak knives, and a pair of kitchen shears.

But does it work?

You’ve probably seen the Miracle Blade knife set famously demonstrated by Chef Tony in the infomercials and wondered if they really work ‘as advertised.’ The knives are shown to be razor-sharp, and are said to never require sharpening and can last forever. It does sound a little over the top, so if you’re sceptical about the Miracle Blade, you can check out the many video reviews online. Most of them attempt to recreate what the set is shown to do on the infomercial so a quick breeze through those should give you a pretty good idea whether the Miracle Blade works or not.

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