Copper Knife Review - As Seen On TV




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I want to address a couple of comments and questions that come up over and over again.

1. I've been mercilessly criticized for the way I cut cheese in this video LOL. I don't usually saw through cheese like that, but it didn't slice through in one nice clean push either. The cheese was soft and sticky and this knife didn't do a great job of gliding through it. I wouldn't use this knife for cutting soft cheese.

2. The knife is not actually made of copper. It is stainless steel with a copper-colored non-stick coating.

3. There have been a number of suggestions for the way I should have tested the knife. Some saying that I should have cut a rock or a brick to make it dull and some saying I should only use it on food items for a proper test.

I didn't use a rock or a brick because I didn't want to make it dull in 2 seconds, I wanted to simulate using the knife over a period of time. Which is also the reason I didn't use it only for cutting tomatoes. I didn't want to spend 6 months making a Youtube video. I was trying to get it done in one day.

These are the recurring themes coming up in a lot of the comments. If you have some other comment, please feel free to post it. If you're going to comment on the cheese cutting, the way I tested the knife or tell me that copper is a soft metal and not a good material to make a knife out of, you can do so if you like, but I won't be responding to those any longer because I've done so too many times already.

For those of you who enjoyed the video, thanks for watching. For those of you who like to find creative ways to insult me, thanks for watching. For those of you who lack creativity in your insults, get a life. And thanks for watching.

Salahuddin Mansour: Why is this on my recommended

jaw baw: Today Jan. 14, 2019 I purchased that identical knife at "Ollies" for $5.09. I certainly did not believe the hype. Every stainless steel blade will have to be sharpened but this one should serve my kitchen needs and I can easily sharpen knives.

usa1327: i tried using one of these the other day to cut green onions and some garlic and it was terrible at both. i have a dull mini cleaver that cuts better than it did. i shouldnt have had to use that much pressure to cut a green onion XD returned to work where i bought it the next day.

Toby Quach: The knife is made of extremely soft steel and can't hold an edge. It's the same with all as seen on TV knives- they're made out of the cheapest materials possible, all their money is spent on marketing rather than on the product.

wtf chloe: i flung it too hard and the blade fell off

Boris Chan: laser knife never need sharpening

Ryan Newby: People are such freaking followers
Idk why the hell over one thousand assholes followed the first few assholes that gave you “👎”

This was a good video; people are such freaking morons

Poor Username: In this test it only managed 5 cuts, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sO_8SW2pr30

Bret Petersen: That's the guy from big trouble in little china!

ja da: 2:28 The fourth test is to go across your wrist and if you bleed to death, then the knife was sharp.

STA: Here in norway we have something called ostehøvel it makes perfect slices

steft horman: really? i got mine at the 99 cent store

Elias Saucy: Michael Myers will love this

Derek Smalls: Good review, and I agree. There is no way a knife "never needs sharpening" unless the knife also "never needs using."

What I will offer is the fact that many people believe that a serrated or saw tooth edge for slicing bread. This is a complete fabrication, I believe originally started by knife making companies. Simply put, a good sharp edge will slice bread beautifully, and often leave a less ragged face on the bread. I personally haven't used one for bread (store bought or homemade) in about 8 years.

Kenneth Akin: All corporations lie and scam you they are all corrupt greedy bastards just like religions they are part of the corporations to and they will lie and deceive you out of your money and that’s all they care about is money and control.

Brad Waite: I was cutting an icecream cake with one, and the blade separated from the handle. It's only bonded to the handle by maybe 1/2", unlike quality knives where the blade is part of the entire length of the handle. Be careful if you are using heavy pressure because it will snap.

Brandon Baker: ... And you just bought a product that companies have been using ploys to scam for forever

alex 1234nsiw: A knife with holes doesnt sound like a good idea

mordoil coil: If you were to hone the blade which is not sharpening would it bring it back to full sharpness if it can id say the claim is fair if not i completely agree with your video
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Copper Knife Review - As Seen on TV 5 out of 5

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