F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set
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F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives
F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife 17 Pc Setqq - House of Knives

F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set

F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set

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F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set

Set Includes

  • Premier Plus Chef´s Knife 22cm (9")
  • Superior Utility Knife, serrated edge 25cm (10")
  • Premier Plus Carving Knife 22cm (8.5")
  • Superior Filleting Knife, flexible 17.5cm (7")
  • Superior Boning Knife 13cm (5")
  • Superior Kitchen Knife 10cm (4")
  • Superior Peeling Knife 6cm (2.5") ???
  • Decorating Knife, angled handle 11.5 (4.5")
  • Spatula
  • Meat Fork, forged 17.5cm (7")
  • Sharpening Steel 25cm (10")
  • Lacing Needle, straight 17.5cm (7")
  • Lacing Needle, curved 17.5cm (7")
  • Larding Needle, with flap
  • Lemon Decorator
  • Parisian Scoop, double, 2cm + 2.5cm (3/4" + 1")
  • Lemon Zester

Features

  • Long edge retention thanks to high-quality, stainless chrome-molybdenum-vanadium steel and ice-hardening with state-of-the-art technology.
  • Laser-tested cutting edge geometry and sleek cutting edge with polish honing.
  • Perfectly balanced.
  • Handle made of high-quality, resistant plastic, seamlessly connected to the tang.
  • Forged from a single piece of steel, the seamless bolster and integrated tang provide high stability.
  • Now comes with a half-bolster
  • Made in Germany.
  • Lifetime manufacturer warranty
  • 90 day no-hassle returns
  • Optional: pay in 4 interest-free fortnightly instalments with AfterPay

    Premier Plus Series

    Committed to creative cooking without compromise: carefully forged and balanced knives with perfectly proportioned handle.

    Effortless cooking

    Forged from a single piece of steel, the seamless bolster and integrated tang provide high stability, and the perfect balance from tip to end allows for effortless cooking.

    Laser tested geometry

    Laser-tested cutting-edge geometry and sleek cutting edge with polish honing leaving it with a razor sharp finish.

    Blade retention

    The blade is made of high-quality alloy X50CrMoV15 and ice-hardening with state-of-the-art technology. This delivers prolonged edge retention, resistance to wear and tear and maximum sharpness.

    Ergonomic design

    The handle and blade are seamlessly connected, offering ideal hygiene and ease of maintenance. The handle is made of high-quality, resistant plastic, seamlessly connected to the tang.

    Sebastian Frank

    Winner "Koch des Jahres 2011" | Executive chef restaurant Horváth (Berlin)

    "My first set of knives during my apprenticeship was, and still is, made by F. DICK. As a chef I have to do my work precisely and steadily. Thus, I need high-quality cutting tools that lie good in hand and stay sharp for a long time. The wide product range of F. DICK offers the right tool for each kind of work."

    Knife buying guide

    With many different designs, sizes, blade shapes, and brands it can get confusing how to separate each knife apart and understand what each is designed to do.

    We have cleared the air by...

    • Putting together a grid which clearly lays out what each knife does, it's purpose, and any unique characteristics they have.
    • Including further information as well as example pictures and links of each knife underneath.

    Kitchen Knife Buying Guide - Cheat Sheet

    The brilliant infographics are thanks to the team at FIX.com

    chef-knife

    Chef Knife

    The bread and butter of any professional chef or cook enthusiast culinary tools would have to be the multi-purpose chef knife.

    The chef’s knife is usually designed with a 6 to 14-inch blade length with 8 inch as the most popular length. A multi-purpose knife designed to perform well at a number of tasks as opposed to specialising in any one purpose.

    It has a wide, triangular blade and a curved belly for an easy rocking motion when cutting.

    They are used for mincing, slicing meat, chopping vegetables and disjointing large cuts. A must-have in any kitchen.   

    Tojiro Chef Knife

    F. Dick Chef Knife

    santoku-knife

    Santoku Knife

    Typically smaller, thinner and lighter than Chef Knives, the name Santoku is translated to ‘three virtues’ symbolizes the characteristics of this knife – chopping, dicing and mincing.

    Sometimes come with (scalloped) Granton edges which add air between the knife blade and the food being cut, preventing any food pieces from getting stuck to the blade. This particularly comes in handy when making thin cuts.

    Comes with a slightly curved blade for easy mincing.

    The Santoku knife is also a great all-purpose knife and may be more comfortable for people with smaller hands allowing you to chop food with ease.

    Tojiro Santoku Knife

    F. Dick Santoku  Knife

    utility-knife

    Utility Knife

    Midway in size between a Chef's knife and a Paring knife, they are designed for cutting mid-sized fruits and vegetables, slicing cheese, small cuts of meat and sandwiches not quite large enough for a Chef knife.

    They are versatile and have a narrower blade than a cook’s knife. They come with a straight or serrated edge and are typically 5-7 inches in length.

     

    Shun Utility Knife

    Luke Mangan Utility Knife 


    Nakiri (Vegetable) Knife

    A Japanese styled knife used for chopping vegetables, it is distinguished by its straight blade edge. This knife allows the user to cut all the way through vegetables with ease without the need of any horizontal push and pull. 

    Tojiro Nakiri Knife

    Shun Nakiri Knife

    paring-knife
    Paring Knife

    A small knife with a plain edge blade, these knives are perfect for peeling fruits and vegetables or for small delicate work i.e. slicing a single garlic clove, de-veining a shrimp, cutting shapes into dough and so forth.

    They are very versatile and one of the most used knives in a chef’s kitchen. Typically ranges from 2-4 inches long.

    Tojiro Paring Knife

    Zwilling J.A. Henckels Paring Knife

    cleaver-knife
    Cleaver

    Generally used as a kitchen or butcher knife for hacking through meat and bone and for overall heavy-duty cutting. Comes with a large, rectangular blade.

    The broad side can be used for crushing when preparing foods such as garlic.

    Typically ranges from 6-10 inches long.

     

    Shun Classic Cleaver

     

    Zwilling J.A. Henckels Cleaver

    boning-knife

    Boning Knife

    With a narrow blade and a sharp point, this knife is designed for removing the bones of poultry, meat, fish.

    Usually comes with a flexible blade, the long and narrow profile that curves at the base and up near the tip is designed to follow the contours of bones and cartilage.

     

    Tojiro Boning Knife

     

    F. Dick Boning Knife

    bread-knife
    Bread Knife

    With a sharp and serrated blade designed for cutting smooth or hard surfaces, examples including tomatoes, salami, bread and the like.

    Typically ranges from 8-10 inches long. 

    Tojiro Bread Knife

    Shun Bread Knife

    FAQ: Knife Sharpening

    Sharpening vs Honing
    • Sharpening fixes any chips and wear on the blade by removing small amounts of metal from the edge of the blade to return its sharp edge. Depending on how often the knife is used, you should only need to sharpen once ever few weeks or less.
    • Honing on the other hand, realigns the blade to ensure you are cutting with a straight edge and should be done ideally once a week or more to extend the longevity of your knives.
    Choosing a Sharpener
    Whetstones
    • Is the best way to sharpen a knife, a whetstone acts like sand allowing more blade movement and sheds the least amount of metal.
    • Respects the shape of the blade, important for Japanese knives which have a tapered V-shaped edge. Whetstones which are freestanding allow you to use both hands to press the blade against the stone to determine the exact angle.
    • Keeps your knife in top condition, and ensure it lasts for the longest possible time.
    • Using a whetstone is a process. You’ll need to soak it in water for 10 minutes, then sharpen both sides (unless it is a single bevel), and then honing both sides of the blade can take 30 minutes.
    Sharpening Steels
    • As it is much harder/inflexible than a stone, it sheds more metal when sharpening the blade. However, it is much less abrasive than a pull-through sharpener.
    • Quick and convenient to use. No preparation is required.
    • Use on Western knives, it is not recommended on Japanese knives which are typically made of harder steel and have a tapered V shape. The contact of a Japanese blade which is more brittle on a sharpening steel can cause it to chip.
    • It is difficult to get the angle correct when using a steel. One hand is required to hold the handle of the steel, while the other hand holds the knife compared to a whetstone which allows you more control.
    Pull-Through Sharpeners
    • Quicker to use than whetstones and more precise than sharpening steels.
    • Sheds the most amount of metal, however, shortening the lifespan of the blade.
    • Pulling a knife through the sharpening slot, grinds the blade to a pre-set shape. This makes it super sharp instantly and re-aligns the blade to its original shape. That’s why it is important to use a pull-through sharpener that is compatible with your knife. Using a pull-through sharpener within the same brand as your knives are your safest bet.
    • For the most part, they cater to Western blades which have straight edges and a pointed tip. Not recommended to use on Japanese knives.
    Choosing the right whetstone

    Whetstones have been developed to cater for the needs of enthusiastic cooks to professional chefs and are available in a wide range of abrasive grades:

    Guide to Whetstone Sharpening

    Knife Care Tips

    Carbon steel knives
    • Considered to be a superior steel for kitchen knives due to the superior sharpness that can be obtained, edge retention, and ease of re-sharpening.
    • They do however need to be cleaned, dried and oiled after use, to prevent rust.
    • All carbon steel blades will patina (change colour, usually by darkening) over time and with use. Food items such as most fruits, vegetables and meats in particular will cause the formation of patina.
    • Patina will over time help prevent the rusting of the carbon steel.
    How to clean your knives
    • Protect your investment by handwashing your blades with gentle dish soap.
    • Don’t use soaps with citrus extracts or bleach; they can promote corrosion. Do not use scouring pads, steel, or gritty cleanser when cleaning the blades. Rinse and towel dry immediately.
    • Let the knives air dry for a few minutes before returning them to storage. Never leave your knife sitting in a sink full of soapy water.
    Best way to store your knives
    • After you have washed and dried your knives, store them in a block, knife case, in-drawer tray, or sheath. Make sure they are stored in a dry, moisture-free place to avoid rusting or discolouration
    • We do not recommend storing the knives unsheathed in a drawer, as this can be a potential hazard to the blades as well as your fingers.
    • Under no circumstances should a finely honed and highly polished blade comes into contact with other hard materials such as metals, ceramic or stone.
    Preserving your knives and handles
    Camellia oil

    Preserve your knives from rust and oxidization, and preserve your wooden handles with camellia oil. It is also good protection for the blade but generally must be removed from the blade before cooking.

    Linseed oil

    Wood is a living natural material and loves a little care. From time to time rub a few drops of oil onto the wooden handles of your knives. The wooden chopping boards should be cared for with oil too. With the special Swedish linseed oil, the wood keeps its original beauty and individual radiance.

    Caution
    • Please do not use the knife in a twisting motion.
    • Select the correct knife for the task to ensure you will get the best cutting results and you are also easy on the blades
    • Please use a soft plastic or wooden cutting board to protect the edge of the blade.
    • Please don't heat or cool rapidly as it may change the structure of the steel.
    • The handle colour may change slightly over time due to oils in the hand as well as the natural colour change of wood from oxidation and/or exposure to light. This is not a defect, but a natural part of the process.

    FAQ

    GENERAL

    Can I visit your store?

    We are an online-only store.

    How do I use a discount code?

    If a promotional discount code is available, insert the coupon code at the checkout page to redeem. Only one code can be applied to your order.

    Do you ship internationally?

    Yes we ship internationally.  

    Multiple courier options will be presented at checkout with approximate delivery estimates attached to each. Delivery fee will vary accordingly depending on the weight of your order and delivery address.

    I ordered the wrong item/s, how do I fix this?

    If you would like to simply change the item/s in your orde before it has been despatched, email us at support@houseofknives.com.au and we are happy to make any adjustments. 

    DELIVERY & RETURNS

    When will my items despatch?

    Your order should despatch within 1-2 business days, and you will receive a tracking number via email as soon as it leaves our warehouse.

    What is the delivery fee?

    Australia:

    Standard Delivery via Australia Post will be...

    FREE for orders $99+ / $9.95 for orders $30-$99 / $12.95 for orders under $30

    Outside of Australia:

    Multiple courier options will be presented at checkout with approximate delivery estimates attached to each. Delivery fee will vary accordingly depending on the weight of your order and delivery address.

    How long will it take for my items to arrive?

    Australia:

    Estimated delivery times within Australia are approximately 2 to 12 working days for standard rate of delivery.

    Outside of Australia:

    An approximate delivery time will show at Checkout dependant on your delivery address and the courier of your choice.

    Same Day Delivery (GoPeople) - Sydney only

    For customers in the Sydney metropolitan area we offer Same Day Delivery (GoPeople) for orders placed by 11am on a business day.

    The cost for same day delivery service is a flat $14.95 fee.

    GoPeople is Australia’s smartest same-day delivery solution, offering Senders and Recipients live GPS tracking, showing drop-off and pick-up status, and the locations of the drivers.

    Intuitive Proof of Delivery captures recipients signature, or, if authorised to leave, a photo to show where and how the delivery was completed - all shared in real time on the tracking page.

    To view the list of postcodes that qualify for Same Day Delivery, click here.

    EXPRESS AUSTRALIA POST

    Need it faster? We offer Express Post Australia wide with Australia Post. The express delivery charge is dependent on the total weight of your order and the price will appear at checkout once you enter your shipping address details.

    Express delivery usually takes up to 1-4 business days for the majority of metropolitan locations across Australia.

    If I'm not happy with my item/s, can I return them?

    All purchases in our store come with a guaranteed 90-day full refund money-back from the date of purchase.

    To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

    To complete your return, please contact us at support@houseofknives.com.au. Please do not send your purchase back to the manufacturer. Your refund will be processed and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment within a certain amount of days.

    My item/s arrived faulty, what can I do?

    House of Knives will replace any good/s that arrive at their destination faulty or damaged when shipping insurance is purchased with their order. Ideally a claim should be made within 48 hours from the parcel being delivered. To confirm the damage we require photographic evidence. Once received, we will arrange for a replacement to be sent out free of charge.

    In most cases, we will not require the damaged item returned to us, however, we do request that you keep the damaged item until we can confirm that we do not require it to be returned. If we do require the damaged item to be returned, this will be via Australia Post (standard shipping), and we will cover the cost of its return. Customers are not charged for returning a damaged item to us.

    Note: only the return shipping delivery is covered by us. You may reuse the packaging that you received to send it back. If packaging is purchased by the customer to return the items, this will not be covered.

    To notify us of the damage please email us at support@houseofknives.com.au.
    Please note that if you do not advise us of anything that may be wrong with your order (including missing or damaged products) within 48 hours from its delivery, we are unable to assist you further under any circumstance.

    Shipping Insurance

    When you place your order, you will be given the option to include shipping insurance.

    By purchasing shipping insurance, your order will be covered from Damage, Loss or Theft.

    Shipping insurance is calculated as 1% of the total purchase value of the item/s in your cart (minimum $1.00).

    If you opt out of shipping insurance for your order, we are not liable for any damage, loss or theft.

    Important:

    Shipping Protection does not apply to the following below.

    If your order falls under one of the categories below. please deselect Shipping Protection before proceeding to Checkout as it does not apply to your order.

    • Digital gift cards

    If you accidentally add Shipping Protection to your order where it does not apply, please contact us at support@houseofknives.com.au and we will process a refund for this accordingly. 

    About us

    Welcome to House of Knives - Australia's favourite family-owned kitchen knife store!

    We have handpicked the best brands to ensure you are receiving premium, top quality knives, sharpeners, cutting boards and everything else kitchen knife related. 

    All our products come with full manufacturer warranty and if for any reason you are not satisfied with your product, we will refund or exchange your item no questions asked

    With our range of premium knives, whetstones, knife accessories matched with our team’s passion and emphasis on the customer experience, you are bound to leave with a smile on your face.


    Why Buy From Us

    • Customer service is our #1 priority. Our dedicated and experienced team are here to help answer any questions that you may have.  
    • If you have any questions simply give us a call at 1300-518-069 or you can email us at help@houseofknives.com.au.
    • All orders will be accompanied with a tracked shipping number so you know exactly where your item is at every step until it arrives at your doorstep. 
    • We thoroughly check the quality of all our goods to guarantee you only receive the best quality product
    • If for whatever reason you are not happy or satisfied with your item we will refund your money no questions asked

    We Are Here To Help:

    If you have any questions, comments or feedback we would love to hear from you.

    Hours: 10am-4pm AEST (Mon-Fri)

    Phone: 1800-062-348 

    Email: support@houseofknives.com.au

    Address: H1/46 - 62 Maddox St, Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia

    F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set

    F Dick Premier Plus Chef's Plaza Knife Case 17 Pc Set