Most of the time, cutlery and other kitchen products are the same across the board. The quality, price, and material don’t really seem to matter as long as they work the way they’re supposed to. The truth is, quality absolutely does matter when it comes to dinnerware. If you’re using old and plastic cutlery, you probably wouldn’t notice the difference, but once you upgrade and use expensive and high-quality dinnerware, you’ll never want to go back.
The material that your dinnerware is made of has a large impact on durability and longevity. This is important if you have children or if you plan on using your dinnerware for years to come. The biggest problem with cheaper cutlery is that you have to replace it more often. In the long run, they end up being much more expensive than just buying a high-quality or mid-quality set of dinnerware.
When you hold two forks of different quality in your hands, you can feel and see the difference between them. The higher-quality fork will have more weight to it and it will be more difficult to bend. You can sometimes see with cheaper cutlery that it will bend if overly used. Really, they don’t withstand the test of time.