Sunday, September 16, 2012

Ginsu Sofuto Soft Grip Knife Set Giveaway


Welcome to the Ginsu giveaway brought to you by Ginsu, Kate n' Kaboodle and My Vegan Gluten Free Life!

Ginsu cutlery is a brand of Douglas Quikut a Scott Fetzer Company, a 95 year old American company that makes a wide variety of retail and industrial products. Douglas was founded in 1902 as a major producer of automotive parts. The first vacuum cleaner built by the Douglas divison in the early 1940's. Douglas division was acquired by the Scott Fetzer company on May 1, 1968 and became Douglas productions. Quikut began manufacturing kitchen cutlery in clyde, Oh in 1920 and to this day those knifes are still known as the sharpest knifes on the market.  
Prize: Ginsu Soft Grip Knife set in choice of Coral, Wasabi or Lotus Product Description: (from the Amazon.com website) The Sofuto series is a beautiful knife series with colored, slip-resistant handles that serve a dual purpose: bringing bright colors into your kitchen prep environment and assisting in preventing accidental grippage by being easily visible. The handles are expertly designed to be used by either right or left handed users and to fit smoothly into your hand. Included is a richly grained, hardwood storage block designed to protect your fine cutlery when not in use. The blades are all Japanese 420J2 stainless steel, a material well known for stain and rust resistant. Limited lifetime warranty.
Read Kate n' Kaboodle's review here!
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Buy It
You can purchase the Ginsu Soft Grip 10 Piece Knife Set at Ginsu, Amazon and Home Depot.
Win It
One lucky reader is going to win the Ginsu Soft Grip Knife set in choice of Coral, Wasabi or Lotus!
Open to US only.

Disclosure: I received no compensation for taking part in this giveaway. Mommyof2babies is not responsible for prize shipment or delivery.

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4 comments:

  1. I like that they never have to be sharpened.

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  2. These knives are great! I like that they cut so well.

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  3. Cheryl Rahkonen/ Twitter: CRahkonenSeptember 17, 2012 at 10:53 PM

    I learned and love the fact that the Ginsu knives never need to be sharpened.

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  4. I like the essential series, very sleek
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