Messermeister Adventure Chef's Knife Collection
Messermeister Adventure Chef's Knife Collection
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Take your kitchen prowess anywhere you go with the Messermeister Adventure Chef’s Knife Collection. Created by chef Adam Glick and the skilled artisans at Messermeister, this six-piece kit includes everything you need to slice, trim, fillet, and more when you’re camping, hiking, or otherwise in the wild Read More

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Bingley
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Nov 13, 2019
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Interesting kit -- one important detail I don't see mentioned anywhere is whether or not the knives feature any sort of locking mechanism for when the blades are open. From some of the photos, it almost looks like there is a liner-lock in place, but it's too difficult to know for sure. Can someone please confirm?
Nov 13, 2019
MManalang
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Nov 14, 2019
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It looks like you can opt for just the chef knife, board, and case for $130 less.
Nov 14, 2019
Bingley
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Nov 14, 2019
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Yeah I saw that, but I'd love to be able to throw in the fillet knife as well -- I just don't really need the other two bits with the spoons and whatnot in order to get it.. I probably would be more inclined to go for those if they included some more 'functional' items like a corkscrew and can opener, which is what I would probably store in their spots in the case. Those two extra blades just feel a little bit superfluous to me.
Nov 14, 2019
method_burger
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Nov 13, 2019
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I had this exact same problem a few years ago, so here's my cooking setup for roughly 40$. opinel has a lot of options, including thin knives for filet: opinel 12 - $20 (modded to a sheepsfoot to mimic a chefs knife using a mini hacksaw and file) opinel 8 -$15 plastic cutting board (dollar tree) stainless steel tongs (dollar tree) large spoon (dollar tree) no need for forks, because chopsticks are super easy to make kudos for massdrop for bringing something interesting!
Nov 13, 2019
RayF
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Nov 12, 2019
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Kind'a cool stuff, and I could almost get myself to spring for it (even at the crazy price listed)--but then I started watching the video and became violently nauseous and threw up all over my keyboard--and buddy, I hadn't even made it to the half-way point yet! God save me from one more commercial from yet another millennial duchebag trying to convince be to buy his or her overpriced shit-I-don't-acctually-need product with the same, trite, transparent ad nauseam pitch about how they (yada yada) for years and finally decided to (yada yada) reinvent the wheel on their own, because they just couldn't find a decent (yada yada) so they borrowed money from their mom, and decided to get all Steve Jobs/Steve Wozniak about it by creating their own (yada yada) for the rest of us, which in reality turns out to be a (website-only) company who's sole purpose is to convince us to buy their version of (yada yada) stuff I already own, and have owned for years (ala Tommy John's underwear, Boll and Branch sheets, Bombas socks, etc, etc..)! Only now it's a bunch of fancy gourmet chefs knives I can take with me when I...go camping?!!! No wonder all of my camping trips have been such disasters--I've been packing the wrong damn knives all this time! Quick--take my two-hundred and forty-nine bucks and make me a whole person again.
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Nov 12, 2019
MManalang
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Nov 13, 2019
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While your comment is valid, is it possible that you may have some animosity against millennials that may have manifested itself in your comment? I saw the commercial and all I saw was some guy who was trying to sell some folding chef knives made from quality materials. Aside from the fact that he was bending backwards and kissing his own ass half the time, I thought that this was a novel idea.
Nov 13, 2019
RayF
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Nov 13, 2019
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My animosity is towards cheesy cliche marketing in general. I'm equally annoyed when I hear 76 year-old Joe Namath hocking Medicare insurance on late night TV. Perhaps the issue at hand is that the millennial generation are now at an age where hocking stuff is how many of them hope to make a living? Trying to influence young people to buy stuff they probably don't need, or in some cases isn't good for them, has never been limited to any particular generation.
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Nov 13, 2019
Beevo06
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Nov 12, 2019
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Wow $250 down to $249? What a bargain!
Nov 12, 2019
freddy1
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Nov 13, 2019
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huhuhu, that's nothing to say! I think they should reduce "substance" comsumption within the Massdrop buyer team... :-)
Nov 13, 2019
MManalang
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Nov 13, 2019
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Lol, I saw that too.
Nov 13, 2019
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