Argos Electric Knife Reviews
Product Type: Argos electrical appliances
Description:Brand: Argos / Type: Electric Knives
Newest Review: ... blades at the same time, the first two are the standard blades, such as for cutting bread and meat, the 2nd set of blades are ... more
Customer Argos Electric Knife Reviews (6)
by - written on 03/09/10 (Very useful, 153 readings)
So my Kenwood Electric Knife broke. £14.99 down the drain there then! But I do like having an electric knife about the kitchen so I popped on to the Argos website and saw they had their Value range Electric Knife on offer for £4.99. I wasn't wanting to spend loads on a knife seeing as the Kenwood one had packed up so quickly so I thought this one fitted the bill perfectly. It comes in a smallish box which is blue and white and states that it is an Argos Value product. To be able to purchase the knife from Argos you need to be over 18 and it can only be purchased in store due to this reason. Inside the box are instructions for use, 4 blades which are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/12 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I am a big fan of value products when it comes to items which are not necessarily going to be put on show. I don't see the point in paying a lot of money for a basic item especially for the kitchen just because it might look nice when it is going to spend most of the time at the back of a drawer or cupboard. I bought my electric carving knife from Argos for £9.99 instead of spending double or even triple that on a brand name one. My reasoning being that I wouldn't be using it every day so why spend a fortune on one. The base containing the motor to work the knife is made from a white solid plastic and is nice and solid and has a good heavy feel to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
These are one of those kitchen tools that are hidden away and only come out once in a blue moon, but when they do you realise how good they are at their job. This electric kitchen knife is part of the Argos value range, so it won't win any prises for it's looks. It's a very basic looking all White device but there is one thing that makes it stand out more so than most other kitchen knives and it's the main reason I would recommend this one over more expensive models. Its the ugly looking handle at the top of the knife. Yes it may be ugly but it makes carving meat and slicing bread so much easier than the standard handle that you will find on most models. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
When I moved into my first house kitchen items at this low price were a godsend as my partner and I could not afford anything fancy. However 4 years later I have a new kitchen and I am more financially comfortable and so have started to replace items in the kitchen. When cleaning out the kitchen cupboards I came across this electric knife which I have probably used about 5-7 times since I brought it. I brought the knife from Argos for £10 with the intention of using it to cut up Sunday roasts easily. Now my lack of using it wasn't down to my lack of cooking Sunday dinners, but the fact that I found a hand held knife easier and quicker to use then this electric ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/13 (Very useful, 76 readings)
=Argos Electric Knife= I also feel like I should be saying I love gadgets, but I only buy things that I know that I'm going to use, (even if it is occasionally - that is what I am sticking to!!) The one thing that really bugs me is carving fresh bread, the one end looks like a doorstep, the other that thing it looks like lace, doesn't matter what knife I use, so when I saw this electric carving knife at £9.99 at Argos - sold........ =Blades= The knife comes with four blades, - you actually use two blades at the same time, the first two are the standard blades, such as for cutting bread and meat, the 2nd set of blades are for frozen ... Read the complete review
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