What You'll Get
Only the sharpest knives allow chefs to dice contest-winning vegetables and give Zorro enough time to write his full name before stealing away. Master knife-skill challenges with today’s Groupon to XL100store.ca. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get a Ceramix Knife gift set in white (a $39.95 value).
- For $24, you get a Ceramix Knife gift set in black onyx (a $49.95 value).<p>
The set includes: * One 15-cm chef knife * One 7.5-cm office knife * One peeler<p>
The store charges an additional flat shipping rate of $6.95–$7.95 per set depending on purchaser’s location. For multiple sets, a flat shipping rate of $10.95 per order applies.
XL100store.ca stocks homes and holiday stockings with a menagerie of housewares and kitchenwares, such as Ceramix Knife sets. Crafted from a slender sheet of zirconium oxide, gleaming white or stone-black blades hold up to 40% greater tensile strength than steel, and mimic diamond with greater sharpness than TV guides penned by Oscar Wilde. The office knife’s agile blade and the chef knife’s broader cutting area precision-chop produce and meat into thin portions, and the peeler adroitly shaves skin from stubborn fruits and vegetables. After use, owners can store the cutting trio in the included foam-padded black gift box when not carrying them around in their teeth for pirate impersonations.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Not valid until 12/10/11. Valid only for option purchased. Online only. Extra fee for shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Catalogues Excel
Over the last 30 years, Catalogues Excel has shipped quality and hard-to-find home and health products to million of customers. One of Canada's largest mail order companies, Catalogues Excel offers an enormous array of products, ranging from necessities (bath mats, laundry hampers, batteries) to clever gadgets (light-up barbecue tools and bath pillows with built-in radios). Most products are available at costs lower than other distributors, such as shops run by price-gouging extraterrestrials.