Cyber Monday Kitchen Knives

The 2017 Cyber Monday Chef Knife and Knife Sets Deals

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The Cyber Monday Kitchen Knife deals are going to be just as promising as the Black Friday deals were. I have pulled together to top deals including some Black Friday deals that are still active.

Before you purchase a kitchen knife or knife set, take a few moments and compare all of the available deals. Also be sure that you know exactly what you are needing. Knife block sets may be perfect for one person, but to another, there are more knives then they actually need.

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Here are my recommended Cyber Monday deals on Chef Knives and Knife Sets. I have selected my top choices in four different categories.

Best Rated

ZWILLING Pro 7″ Chef’s Knife


On sale at Amazon
Reg. $129.95

Sale: $49.95 (Savings of 62%)

Best Quality

Wüsthof Gourmet 18-Piece Kitchen-Knife Block Set 


On sale at Sur la table

Reg. $687

Sale: $199.96 (Savings of 70%)

Best Value

J.A. Henckels International Fine Edge Pro 15 Piece Cutlery Set

On sale at Macy’s

Reg. $234.99

Sale: $79.99
(Savings of 66%)

Best Savings

Cuisinart 11-pc. Knife Set


On sale at JCPenney

Reg. $50

Sale: $9.99
(Savings of 80%)

Cyber Monday Kitchen Knife Deals

FInding the best deals for Cyber Monday can be overwhelming. I have compiled all of the kitchen knife deals into a single list to help save you time with your online knife shopping

Chef Knife Deals

DescriptionStoreSale PriceRegular PriceDetailsSavingsImage
Global GS-3 - 5 inch, 13cm Cook's KnifeAmazon$63.95$105.0039%
Global G-2 - 8 inch, 20cm Chef's KnifeAmazon$99.94$15937%
J.A. Henckels International CLASSIC 8" Chef's KnifeAmazon$36.79$9260%
Larnn Professional Kitchen Rust Proof Stainless Steel Knife SetAmazon$21.99$79.9973%
Sabatier Forged Stainless Steel Chef KnifeAmazon$17.26$19.9914%
ZWILLING Pro 7" Chef's KnifeAmazon$49.95$129.9562%
Global 2-Piece Knife SetSur la Table$99.96$186Free Shipping with SHIPFREE code46%
Global Heavyweight Chef’s KnifeSur la Table$135.96$215Free Shipping with SHIPFREE code36%
Wüsthof Gourmet Hollow-Edge Santoku KnifeSur la Table$49.96$112Free Shipping with SHIPFREE code55%
Zwilling J.A. Henckels Pro Chef’s KnifeSur la Table$49.96$163Free Shipping with SHIPFREE code69%

Kitchen Knife Set Deals

DescriptionStoreSale PriceRegular PriceRebate/InfoSavingsImage
Calphalon Precision Series 16-Piece Cutlery SetAmazon$199.99299.9932%
Farberware 17-Piece Triple Rivet Stainless Steel Knife Block SetAmazon$27.67$34.9923%
Farberware 21-Piece Classic Forged Triple Riveted Knife Block Set with Built-in Knife SharpenerAmazon$59.49$69.9915%
Ginsu Essential 14 Piece Stainless Serrated Knife SetAmazon$45.29$59.2023%
Mercer Culinary Genesis 6-Piece Forged Knife Block SetAmazon$104.95$139.9510% off Amazon coupon also available25%
Wusthof Gourmet 18 Piece Kitchen Knife Block SetCabela's$199.99$399.9950%
Farberware 15-Piece Stainless Steel Knife SetJCPenney$19.99$80After $15 rebate75%
Cuisinart Advantage 12 Pc Colored KnifeJCPenney$9.99$50After $10 rebate80%
Farberware 18-Piece Stainless Steel Knife SetJCPenney$19.99$80After $15 rebate75%
Cuisinart Advantage 11-Pc. Cutting Board SetJCPenney$9.99$50After $10 rebate80%
Farberware 15-pc. Stainless Steel Cutlery SetKohl's$19.99$69.9920% off
Basic Essentials 12-pc. Cutlery SetKohl's$19.99$49.9920% off
Farberware 13-pc. Knife Armor Dishwasher Safe Cutlery SetKohl's$49.99$79.9920% off
Chicago Cutlery 15-pc. Metropolitan Cutlery SetKohl's$49.99$99.9920% off

Farberware 15-pc. Stainless Steel Cutlery Set
Tools of the Trade 20-Pc Cutlery Set

J.A. Henckels
International Fine Edge Pro 15 Piece Cutlery Set
Chicago Cutlery Sets
Wüsthof Gourmet 18-Piece Knife Block SetSur la Table$199.96$687Free Shipping with SHIPFREE code

For a limited time, spend $250 or more on Wüsthof cutlery, you’ll receive a $25 gift card from Sur La Table.
Zwilling J.A. Henckels Four Star 8-Piece Knife Block SetSur la Table$149.96$610Free Shipping with SHIPFREE code75%

The following lists will be updated as sales changes and new sales are released. Last updated November 25, 2017.

Other Kitchen Knife Discounts

Joseph Joseph 10% OFF

Sur la Table
20% OFF

WMF Cookware
10% OFF

15% OFF 

Types of Knives


There are a lot of knives that you can choose from. Shopping for the least expensive knives may lead you to be unhappy with your purchase. Be sure that you know what types of knives are available. It is worth a few extra minutes of researching all of the options to make sure that you find the right knife for not only your need but also your budget.

What knives do you need?


Knife block sets are one of the most common ways that knives are purchased. There are some really good knife sets available, but in most cases you get more knives than you actually need. The Kitchen Knife Trio includes the most commonly used knives in the kitchen. This trio is made up of the chef knife, bread knife, and pairing knife.

The chef’s knife does the most work of the three knives. It can perform a variety of cuts including chopping vegetables, slicing meats, and mincing herbs. It comes in a wide range of sizes, but you should aim at one between 8-10″ 

The bread knife has a blade with surrated edges. The surrated edges are made sawing through bread crusts, but are also good for slicing fruits, vegetables, and cakes. A good bread knife is about 10″.

The pairing knife does really well for little jobs that a chef’s knife may be too big for such as cutting up and peeling fruit, removing strawberry stems, or hulling tomatoes. A good pairing knife is between 3-4″.

Kitchen Knife Trio

Chef Knife

Bread Knife

Pairing Knife

Research the folloing areas:

Knife Blades

Knife blades are made from two methods: stamped and forged. Be sure that you know the style you are purchasing, as this can contribute to the cost and quality of the knife.

A stamped blade is cut out or “stamped” from a thin piece of steel. It goes through additional manufacturing steps to add the cutting edge and durability.

Stamped blades are lightweight and more budget-friendly as compared to forged knives. (Example: Victorinox Fibrox Chefs Knife) A stamped blade is “stamped” or cut out from a large piece of steel. It is then processed to add durability and a sharp cutting edge. Take a look at the available stamped knives before going straight to forged as there are some good knives available at a lower cost.

The forged blade is heavier than stamped blades, but also are higher quality. The forging process heats up a piece of steel and then hammers it into the shape of the blade. Western and Japanese are two common styles of forged blades. Western knives usually have a thick bolster between the handle and the blade. Forged knives are more expensive than other styles because you get what you pay for.

Forged knife blade
Plastic handle

Knife Handles

There are three main varieties of handles: wood, stainless steel, and plastic.

Wood handles were previously one of the more popular styles; however, they are not very well accepted in the commercial restaurant industry because the wood can harbor bacteria.

Stainless steel handles require virtually no maintenance. They are easy to clean and can provide balance for the knife as compared to wood or plastic. The only downside with stainless steel is the grip can be slippery when wet.

Plastic handles are the most popular for knives today. They allow you to create a firm grip and are easy to clean.

Santoprene handles are another type of handle that can fall under the plastic category. They are made from a blend of polypropylene and synthetic rubber which creates a really good surface for gripping.

Warranty & Return Policy

Consider the return policy when buying cutlery online through Cyber Monday deals. Be sure that the knife set can be easily returned if you are unsatisfied when you get it and given them a try. Also, make sure there are not any shipping costs or extra fees to return your purchase. You do not want to find out that the savings of your knife purchase is lost from these extra costs.

Understand the available warranty for your new knives. The manufacturer and reseller should stand behind the products that they provide. If they do not, then I would avoid making the purchase.