Made In Just Brought Back Two Previously Limited-Edition Knives — and You Better Get Them Before They Sell Out

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If a 6,000 person waitlist is any indication, Made In’s knives are becoming as popular as their high-quality cookware. Produced in Thiers, France, the knives have fully forged steel blades, which means they are exactly what you want knives to be — sharp, strong, and durable. By popular demand, their 7-inch cult-favorite santoku recently graduated from limited-edition to the permanent collection, and Made In just announced a similar fate for two more knives: Beginning Dec. 1 at noon EST, the previously limited-edition Nakiri and Bread Knife are being re-released with new handles in classic colors and are here to stay. Priced at $89 and $99 respectively, these knives are sure to become a permanent fixture in home kitchens. Learn more about them below.

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was $109.00

If you’ve ever struggled to slice a perfectly ripe tomato without squishing it, you know the importance of using the correct knife. The Japanese-inspired Nakiri blade is specially designed for fruit and vegetables, with a thin, 7-ounce rectangular blade to slice rather than saw straight through. The limited-edition version was priced at $149, but now you can get the same precise, delicate cuts with a classic red, black, or gray handle for $89. Caprese salads never looked so good!

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was $99.00

If anyone knows the best way to slice through a sourdough loaf, it’s chef Nancy Silverton. That’s why Made In teamed up with her to design their Bread Knife, a serrated piece with a sturdy, 9-inch blade that can tackle even the crustiest baguette with ease. Because the knife is fully forged and full tang, those 24 serrated points will continue to make precise, sharp cuts for years to come. The limited-edition version was priced at $169, but the new version has the same updated red, black, and grey handle options as the Nakiri and is also priced at $99.