Why a Miracle Blade Set is worth buying

by paulb on January 18, 2012

Whether you’re a professional chef or just someone who enjoys spending time in the kitchen cooking up delicious dishes, then you’ve probably wanted to get your hands on a Miracle Blade set for some time now. The set contains all the knives you’ll ever need while working in the kitchen, allowing you to cut, fillet, chop, dice, mince, debone, cleave and carve easily as you prepare meals.

The latest iteration of the set called the Miracle Blade 3 has 10 basic knives, a special knife called the Santoku knife, and a guide on how to efficiently use all the knives in the set. The Miracle Blade III contains a fillet and boning knife, the Chop ‘n Scoop, the Rock ‘n Chop, a slicer, a pair of kitchen shears, a paring knife, four steak knives, and the aforementioned Santoku knife.

Why Buy the Miracle Blade Set

At its current price of $60, you’re already getting your money’s worth with all the 11 knives in the set. But if you’re still unsure about getting the set, then check out how the Miracle Blades can make your cooking life less complicated and much more enjoyable.

The set’s special knives – the Santoku knife, the Rock ‘n Chop and the Chop ‘n Scoop – have special design features which you won’t find in just any knife. The Rock ‘n Chop has a curved blade which makes slicing and mincing simpler. The Chop ‘n Scoop, on the other hand, is designed for chopping and slicing and then scooping the items onto the pan. Both knives have the Accu-Grip Control Ball feature that gives you better control of the knives when you use them.

The Santoku is a great addition to the Miracle Blade set as it is an all-purpose knife that takes care of slicing, mincing and dicing, making it very versatile and convenient to use.

Getting Your Money’s Worth

You’ll be glad to know that all the knives in the Miracle Blade III set are made from high quality German chrome steel. The blades are very durable and won’t ever leaden or rust. When you buy the knives, you’re also getting a lifetime warranty on them.

For all these perks, don’t you think the Miracle Blade knife set is worth the $60 you’ll be paying for it?