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  1. #1
    jay Guest

    Default Rada Cutlery


    I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of
    them and that they were really cheap.. bought four. They are pretty
    impressive for a very small price.. actually you could use them a while and
    throw 'em away.. that cheap. The small ones are like 5 or 6 dollars each
    and the larger ones are around 10$.

    Made in the USA since 1948. Probably why I never heard of 'em. :-/

    http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/

    I really like the tomato knife. This thing is dangerous.

    http://order.radakitchenstore.com/st...57&itm_index=6

    LIFETIME Guarantee..too

    jay








    jay





  2. #2
    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    On Jun 10, 3:11*pm, jay <jay...@stilltryingtocook.com> wrote:
    > I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    > quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    > guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of
    > them and that they were really cheap.. bought four. *They are pretty
    > impressive for a very small price.. actually you could use them a while and
    > throw 'em away.. that cheap. The small ones are like 5 or 6 dollars each
    > and the larger ones are around 10$.
    >
    > Made in the USA since 1948. Probably why I never heard of 'em. :-/
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/
    >
    > I really like the tomato knife. This thing is dangerous.
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/st...detail.do?acti...
    >
    > LIFETIME Guarantee..too *
    >
    > jay
    >
    > jay


    Everything has a lifetime guarantee. Once you die, the guarantee is
    up. So, they could be guaranteed for a week or many years. Hell, they
    might only be good till tomorrow.

  3. #3
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    In article <1dz7dpd4xp5z4$.[email protected]>,
    jay <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    > quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    > guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of

    (snip)
    >
    > jay


    <grin> I've touted them here, too. I love mine, especially the
    birdsbeak paring knife. It is my most-used knife. I buy mine at the
    Minnesota State Fair in August.

    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - good news 4-6-2009
    "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle."
    -Philo of Alexandria

  4. #4
    Ms P Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery


    "jay" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:1dz7dpd4xp5z4$.[email protected]..
    >
    > I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    > quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    > guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of
    > them and that they were really cheap.. bought four. They are pretty
    > impressive for a very small price.. actually you could use them a while
    > and
    > throw 'em away.. that cheap. The small ones are like 5 or 6 dollars each
    > and the larger ones are around 10$.
    >
    > Made in the USA since 1948. Probably why I never heard of 'em. :-/
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/
    >
    > I really like the tomato knife. This thing is dangerous.
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/st...57&itm_index=6
    >
    > LIFETIME Guarantee..too
    >
    > jay


    I bought a set of four about 15 years ago. They're still sharp and I wash
    them in the dishwasher. I figured they were cheap enough it didn't matter
    if I ran them thru the dishwasher. I do run them across a steel every once
    in awhile but that's it.

    Ms P


  5. #5
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Chemo the Clown <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Everything has a lifetime guarantee. Once you die, the guarantee is
    > up. So, they could be guaranteed for a week or many years. Hell, they
    > might only be good till tomorrow.


    I've had mine for at least 4 or 5 years.
    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - good news 4-6-2009
    "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle."
    -Philo of Alexandria

  6. #6
    dejablues Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery



    "jay" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:1dz7dpd4xp5z4$.[email protected]..
    >
    > I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    > quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    > guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of
    > them and that they were really cheap.. bought four. They are pretty
    > impressive for a very small price.. actually you could use them a while
    > and
    > throw 'em away.. that cheap. The small ones are like 5 or 6 dollars each
    > and the larger ones are around 10$.
    >
    > Made in the USA since 1948. Probably why I never heard of 'em. :-/
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/
    >
    > I really like the tomato knife. This thing is dangerous.
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/st...57&itm_index=6
    >
    > LIFETIME Guarantee..too
    >
    > jay



    I have a couple of them (lost my paring knife, sad) my mom has a few, and I
    think they are great. They are a very good value for the money, you can
    sharpen them like razors.


  7. #7
    Janet Wilder Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    jay wrote:
    > I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    > quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    > guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of
    > them and that they were really cheap.. bought four. They are pretty
    > impressive for a very small price.. actually you could use them a while and
    > throw 'em away.. that cheap. The small ones are like 5 or 6 dollars each
    > and the larger ones are around 10$.
    >
    > Made in the USA since 1948. Probably why I never heard of 'em. :-/
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/
    >
    > I really like the tomato knife. This thing is dangerous.
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/st...57&itm_index=6
    >
    > LIFETIME Guarantee..too


    Those knives have to be the most uncomfortable knives I have ever held
    in my hand. They sell them here at the flea markets frequented by Winter
    Texans for about half of what you paid.
    --
    Janet Wilder
    Way-the-heck-south Texas
    Spelling doesn't count. Cooking does.

  8. #8
    Phil-c Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    Janet Wilder wrote:
    > jay wrote:
    >> I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    >> quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    >> guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of
    >> them and that they were really cheap.. bought four. They are pretty
    >> impressive for a very small price.. actually you could use them a
    >> while and
    >> throw 'em away.. that cheap. The small ones are like 5 or 6 dollars each
    >> and the larger ones are around 10$.
    >> Made in the USA since 1948. Probably why I never heard of 'em. :-/
    >>
    >> http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/
    >>
    >> I really like the tomato knife. This thing is dangerous.
    >> http://order.radakitchenstore.com/st...57&itm_index=6
    >>
    >>
    >> LIFETIME Guarantee..too

    >
    > Those knives have to be the most uncomfortable knives I have ever held
    > in my hand. They sell them here at the flea markets frequented by Winter
    > Texans for about half of what you paid.

    Are you surprised this mob arrived in oz and tried on the MLM crap and
    were not smart enough to work out pyramid selling had been illegal for
    decades here.

    Although have grabbed a few at auctions and flea markets and happy
    with the price and worth ----------- They dont rust like some of the
    other cheaper brands and not a bad edge . so 7 out of ten for the money
    paid

  9. #9
    jay Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 19:29:01 -0500, Melba's Jammin' wrote:

    > In article <1dz7dpd4xp5z4$.[email protected]>,
    > jay <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    >> quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    >> guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of

    > (snip)
    >>
    >> jay

    >
    > <grin> I've touted them here, too. I love mine, especially the
    > birdsbeak paring knife. It is my most-used knife. I buy mine at the
    > Minnesota State Fair in August.


    Hey, hey.. I like the birdsbeak also. It works really well for cutting
    cryovacs open. ;~) Going to keep a few Rada's in stock to leave at friends
    houses who use a butter knife for every task in the kitchen. I really hate
    helping in a kitchen where there is nothing sharp .. at all. Someone
    mentioned multi-level marketing. How does that work when the product sells
    for ~5$. Every layer gets 10 cents or less? <grinsbackatcha>

    jay

  10. #10
    David Harmon Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 15:32:58 -0700 (PDT) in rec.food.cooking, Chemo the
    Clown <[email protected]> wrote,
    >On Jun 10, 3:11*pm, jay <jay...@stilltryingtocook.com> wrote:
    >> I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    >> quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    >> guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of


    If you are going to reply to a spammer, please try not to repeat the
    spammer's URL, at least with their affiliate ID intact. Thanks.




  11. #11
    jay Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    On Thu, 11 Jun 2009 13:28:01 -0700, David Harmon wrote:

    > On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 15:32:58 -0700 (PDT) in rec.food.cooking, Chemo the
    > Clown <[email protected]> wrote,
    >>On Jun 10, 3:11*pm, jay <jay...@stilltryingtocook.com> wrote:
    >>> I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    >>> quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    >>> guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of

    >
    > If you are going to reply to a spammer, please try not to repeat the
    > spammer's URL, at least with their affiliate ID intact. Thanks.




    If you are going to reply *to the reply* to a spammer, please try not to
    repeat the spammer's URL, at least with their affiliate ID intact. Dumbo.

  12. #12
    Becca Guest

    Default Re: Rada Cutlery

    jay wrote:
    > I like kitchen knives and have a bunch of them in all sizes, shapes and
    > quality from cheap to expensive. We went to a local "fair" of sorts and a
    > guy was selling these Rada knives and being as how I had never heard of
    > them and that they were really cheap.. bought four. They are pretty
    > impressive for a very small price.. actually you could use them a while and
    > throw 'em away.. that cheap. The small ones are like 5 or 6 dollars each
    > and the larger ones are around 10$.
    >
    > Made in the USA since 1948. Probably why I never heard of 'em. :-/
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/storefrontB2CWEB/
    >
    > I really like the tomato knife. This thing is dangerous.
    >
    > http://order.radakitchenstore.com/st...57&itm_index=6
    >
    > LIFETIME Guarantee..too
    >
    > jay


    Thanks for the links, I will keep an eye out for Rada knives.


    Becca

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