Hurry! The sale ends Friday, May 17!

By Katie Macdonald
Updated: May 16, 2019

When it comes to essential kitchen tools, a knife is probably the only thing you have to use every single time you prepare food. (Yep, even a stove is optional!) Because no matter if you’re making a soup, stir-fry, or smoothie, most recipes likely call for carving, chopping, slicing, or dicing something.

The very best knives are sturdy, comfortable to hold and use, and stay sharp for hundreds of slices. And when we’re looking for an unfussy, dependable German-style slicer, Wüsthoff knives are one of our go-tos. Made of a solid blend of stainless steel with a satisfying grip, they’re the heavy-duty workhorses we turn to for dicing onions, filleting fish, and slicing crusty baguettes.

And if you don’t already own one, now is the best time to get yourself a knife or two: you can get all Wüsthof Classic series knives for up to 60 percent off from Sur la Table and Williams Sonoma. But if you’d like to grab a grad gift or an extra knife to add to your block, act fast—the sale ends this Friday, May 17!

Browse through all of the Wüsthoff deals on Williams Sonoma and Sur la Table, and stock up your cart while you can. And if you’re looking for some guidance, we’ve picked a handful of sharp deals from the Wüsthof Classic line below.

3 1/2-Inch Paring Knife

Williams Sonoma

The paring knife is great for any job that requires precise, delicate work, like slicing a single shallot, peeling fruits and vegetables, or scoring designs onto bread. It’s a must-have in every kitchen.

Buy it now: Wüsthof Classic Demi-Bolster 3 1/2" Paring Knife (was $84, now $40); Williams Sonoma

8-Inch Chef’s Knife

Williams Sonoma

Nine times out of ten, a chef’s knife is the one you’ll be reaching for—which is why it’s important to have a good one. Williams Sonoma customers rave about this kitchen superstar with dozens of five-star reviews. One user writes, “This is the knife I've always wanted. It has it all, balance, sharpness, perfect weight, and on and on. I know a little about metallurgy and you need a very special alloy to get and hold an edge like the Wusthof knives. You WILL NOT be disappointed with this knife.”

Buy it now: Wüsthof Classic Chef’s Knife (was $187, now $120); Williams Sonoma

8-Inch Chef’s with Bonus 3 ½-Inch Paring Knife

Sur La Table

If you’re looking for the perfect wedding gift or an early Father’s Day present, this pairing is a doubly good deal.

Buy it now: Wüsthof Classic 8" Chef’s with Bonus 3½" Paring Knife (was $271, now $150); Sur La Table

Double-Serrated Bread Knife

Williams Sonoma

Ideal for foods crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside, the saw-like edge easily cuts through crusty loaves, ripe tomatoes, or (for one happy customer) juicy pineapples.

Buy it now: Wüsthof Classic Double-Serrated Bread Knife (was $152, now $95); Williams Sonoma

8-Inch Carving Knife

Sur La Table

Yes, Thanksgiving (and all the cooking it entails) is light years away, but now’s the time to finally get that carving knife for your wow-worthy turkey.

Buy it now: Wüsthof Classic Carving Knife, 8"(was $152, now $95); Sur La Table

7-Piece Knife Block Set

Williams Sonoma

Yep! Seven pieces, including all the knives we love—paring, chef’s, bread. It’s a great idea for recent graduates heading to college or the “real world,” as one ecstatic customer described. “I recently gave this set as a gift to my college-age Colorado daughter. She has become a skilled cook and needed a GOOD set of knives. She loves them! I think this is the perfect set for us (I have had the same set for years) with just the right selection of pieces—not too many and not too few. I wouldn't change a thing. Perfect!”

Buy it now: Wüsthof Classic 7-Piece Knife Block Set (was $639, now $300); Williams Sonoma

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