Oneida 18/10 65-Piece Flatware Set


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Previously $79.99 right here on Woot!, and listed for $115.44 with free shipping over on Amazon.


#3

This is a massively good deal if you can live with that pattern. I’d buy two sets at this price if I were in the market. Always good to have backups for the inevitable pieces lost or mangled in the disposal.


#4

For those new to the siverware, (or should I say Steelware) business, the “18” refers to the % chromium (18%) and the “10” refers to the % nickle (10%) present in the steel alloy used to make the utensils. This steel (SS304) is generally considered a durable, long lasting steel but the manufacturing process is what determines the real quality. Onida makes good stuff from what I have seen in various peoples’ houses (No, I was NOT snooping, thank you).

Less than $1 per utensil is pretty darn good.

J.Fork


#5

oneida quality is great, the forks are polished in between the spikes. This price is unbeatable! Most of their styles last a while and they are so widely sold you will more than likely be able to find replacements, unlike your target and walmart brands. In for a set.


#6

I have a similar set in a different pattern (Montego) and LOVE it. The 18/10 (as opposed to 18/0, which is what’s normally available at this price point) makes all the difference. This is sturdy stuff that holds its luster and will last for many years. Excellent Woot.


#7

for the price, I’m gonna live with the pattern… not my favorite but to hell with it. high quality, good brand, killer price, sold!


#8

A bit scmancy for my tastes (and all those little nooks and crannies in the handles will be harder to keep clean), but Oneida is good stuff and 18/10 is the kind of stainless you want — 10% nickel, so it won’t lose its luster.

I have another Oneida set bought in a previous Wooting, and we love it.


#9

I wish I could convince my husband to deal with the looks of this set. We’ve been looking for new flatware for a while but he’s super picky about the looks and the set we’re replacing (my step-daughter threw a lot of the forks and spoons in her trash rather than take them to the kitchen) isn’t being made anymore. I grew with a set like this and could deal with it, especially at this price.


#10

I was like others & didn’t want the fancy design, but ended up getting them when they were on sellout woot since I didn’t know when they’d pop up again. Gotta say, I love the design, it reminds me of the stuff my mom had when I was growing up. Plus it’s nice to have flatware that has some weight to it!


#11

whoa that was supposed to be under my account, not hers. oops.