Meyer Group’s Anolon Advanced five-piece knife block has beaten all the competition to come top in a survey in consumer champion magazine Which?
The September issue report studied 13 brands of kitchen knife in total and gave scores for instructions, safety, ease of use and performance. The Anolon product gained the maximum five-star rating in the first two categories and four stars in the other two.
The magazine commended Anolon Advanced knives for the comfort of their shaped, soft-touch handles and said how easy the chef’s knife was to use. It also stated that Anolon knives were one of only two sets to pass the Which? corrosion test with flying colours.
In second place was Titan Masterclass and in third Richardson Sheffield V Sabatier. The other knife brands rated, in descending order, were: Taylor’s Eye Witness, Victorinox, Stellar James Martin, Richardson Sheffield Fusion, Ikea Slipad, Richardson Sheffield Soft-touch, Kitchen Devils, Judge Sabatier IV60 Judge, Lakeland My Kitchen Sure Grip and, last, Marks & Spencer Classic.