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Global Knives Ikasu Knife Block Set

Latest review: I've given this knife block 4 stars - but that's on the basis that you get them at a reasonable price. We saw this set in Australia "on sale" at around $200 several months ago and didn't buy. Then

Global Chef's Knife

Latest review: We have a set of global knives and as a designer of cutlery myself in the past, i am fairly pleased with the product range. Yes, they will not stay razor sharp forever and will need sharpening at

Global Synergy 7pc Knife Block Set

Latest review: Just about 20 years old and I still love them, I use them daily they are still sharp but not as sharp as when I purchased them. A few years ago when wanting to get them professionally sharpened , I

Global GF-33

Latest review: Bought one of these this year after using the (lighter) G-2. While the G-2 is a great knife, I wanted something more substantial for coping with tougher vegetables. The GF-33 fits the bill completely

Global Sai-01

Latest review: After the Global Sai-06, I liked it enough to try the smaller (19/20 inch) variant. This is also a 3 layer design protecting a differently heat treated Cromova18 cutting edge with Sus410

Global Millenium 7pc Knife Block Set

Latest review: We received our Global Millenium set almost 14 years ago as a wedding gift. 3 of the six knives have snapped over time, each where the blade meets the handle. Over the 14 years I have sent back each

Global MinoSharp 3 Ceramic Water Sharpener

Latest review: I have used one of these for the past four years on both Global and other knives, even small Victorinox serated edge knives. Having watched the Global instructional video I have been able to keep an

Global Sai-06

Latest review: After buying a Miyabi Damascus knife I felt it only fair to get one of Gobal's comparative offerings - the Sai-06, a 9.5 inch beast with 3 layer cladding protecting a differently heat treated

Global Water Sharpener Ceramic

Latest review: I've tried many methods to sharpen knives but nothing has even come close to matching the Global ceramic sharpener. At first use it seems strange using the ceramic wheels and having the knife pointed