Zwilling Is Slashing Prices on Knives for Black Friday — Here’s What to Shop for ASAP

updated Nov 19, 2022
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Just about every home cook and professional chef we know puts Zwilling’s high-quality knives at the top of their must-have equipment list — and for good reason. So much of food prep is about chopping, slicing, and dicing, so it stands to reason that the tool needed to do all those things should be easy to use and clean, durable, and versatile. That’s why we’re extra excited about Zwilling’s Black Friday sale, where you’ll find discounts of almost 50% now through the end of the year.

These industry-favorite German knives are serious workhorses, whether it’s an everyday chef’s knife (a winner in our Best List) or a Santoku knife (an editor favorite!). Blades are super-sharp, and the knives are well-balanced and easy on the eyes, too.

Zwilling knives are already reasonably priced, given their durability, but we’re not complaining about these Black Friday deals. In fact, we’re already planning which Zwilling knives we’re gifting ourselves and our favorite home cooks, which means these pieces are already in our shopping carts — see you at checkout.

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1 / 9
was $188.00

This is perfectly sized for everyday tasks — big enough to handle high-volume veg prep, but not unwieldy or intimidating. It's a top favorite in our guide to the best chef's knives, and so good that we'll be stocking up during the sale.

2 / 9
was $88.00

Paring knives are an overlooked kitchen essential — especially for small tasks like slicing veggies or coring fruit where a large chef’s knife would be unwieldy to unnecessary. This tiny-but-mighty knife is forged rather than a stamped knife for an extra-sharp edge that’ll last for years with proper care.

3 / 9
was $112.00

The blades are serrated for easy slicing through meat, and the rusty red color looks extra, uh, sharp in its black gift box. It’s perfectly ready for gifting — no need for wrapping!

4 / 9
was $80.00

Six lustrous steel steak knives. Six elegant forks. One wooden gift box. We love the idea of gifting this to the steak-lover in our lives, and at this price you might as well pick up a few to have for the holidays and beyond.

5 / 9
was $270.00

This combo includes a chef’s knife and a paring knife, both of which you’ll likely use every day — and multiple times too. The ergonomic handle means comfort while prepping, and the stainless steel blade is sharp and durable.

6 / 9
was $107.00

Yes, it’s a steak knife set, but we’d argue its uses apply to birds and meats of all kinds (especially hams and turkeys as we get into the holidays). The slim and sharp knife will glide through meat like butter, while the carving fork adds stability without crushing anything.

7 / 9
was $345.00

A great value for the number and quality of knives, this 15-piece set includes more than just a chef's knife and a paring knife. We count a Santoku, serrated, and utility knife; bread knives; a pair of shears; a sharpening steel; six steak knives; and a solid hardwood block for storage.

8 / 9
was $89.99

A butter knife can’t quite cut through cheese like these specialty cheese knives can, which also make for a great gift for yourself or a loved one. Each knife is developed for a certain type of cheese — soft, medium-hard, and hard — so you’ll never crush a wheel of Brie or hack at a block of Parmesan again.

9 / 9
was $100.00

The finest knives in the world won’t get you far if they’re dull. But hand-sharpening methods, like whetstones, can be intimidating to use. This V-Edge sharpener from Zwilling takes the guesswork out of the task, and will keep all of your blades in top condition. It can even handle both Western- and Japanese-style knives, making them more enjoyable to cook with — not to mention, safer.