Cookworks Electric Knife Reviews
Product Type: Cookworks electrical appliances
Description:Brand: Cookworks / Type: Electric Knife / Power: 120 watts / 1 blade included
Newest Review: ... compared to a non electrical knife is significant! It carves meat to a really beautiful standard, restaurant quality slices ... more
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Customer Cookworks Electric Knife Reviews (9)
by - written on 13/12/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Review of the Cookworks Electric Carving Knife. I purchased this electric carving knife just before Christmas 2010. The knife was bought to replace an old Molyneux model that my late mother had owned for years. Personally I wouldn't actually bother with an electric knife, but Mum was insistent that we needed one during the festive season for carving the Christmas meats. Being a good daughter, I did not argue with my Mum! ==The Knife== The Cookworks knife was presented in a simple cardboard box, no instruction booklet was included, however the appliance is simplicity itself to set up. It consists of a white plastic body ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I had owned the same electric knife since I had my first house which was almost thirty years ago so thought it was time to replace it with a new model. I bought this Cookworks electric knife from my local Argos store last year and paid £9.50 which is a good price for an electric knife as you can pay a great deal more than this. It is quite a plain basic design but it is sturdy and durable. It is white and grey and there is a large handle for you to grab hold of the knife. The long thin blades are stainless steel and are dishwasher safe and are serrated down the one side which you push into the handle until you hear a click and you know that they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I love to cook, bake and make things in the kitchen. I make my own bread and rolls from time to time and sometimes the crusts come out a little thicker than I would like. This is usually the time that owning an electric knife really does come in handy as I can blast through my loaf in no time at all, cut it in to slices, make some sandwiches and freeze them for the weeks lunches. This also comes out when it is time for the Sunday roast to be carved as it just saves me time and helps to ensure that the dinner is served while everything is still hot. I have owned two electric knifes prior to this one and both of them have either become lost or I have lost the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I always use an electric knife to cut bread ( I make my own) and have until recently been using my Mums 30 year old Braun electric knife. Unfortunately this recently gave up the ghost so it was a trip to Argos to pick up a new one. With my wedding rapidly approaching I chose the Cookworks Electric Knife at £11.99. The knife comes in a blue box with pictures of it on the front, back and lid. There is also a small amount of information on the end of the box and that's all. Inside is just the knife and 2 blades no instructions at all, although using the knife is pretty self explanatory. The knife has a 120W motor. The knife consists of the main ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I wasn't really looking for any kitchen gadgets but I always get a bit intrigued by having new things to use so when I saw this electric knife I thought it sounded like a good idea. I didn't really need it nor did I have much purpose for it as it's not like I cook huge roast dinners every day but it is just another thing to have I suppose. Also the knife was such a good price and when I started reading the box more about what it actually did, it sounded alright and I convinced myself enough that I really could do with an electric knife in my kitchen. APPEARANCE The Cookworks electric knife is pretty much standard, there are two models but I have the ... Read the complete review
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