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A high quality brand of kitchen cutlery with a guarantee and marketing campaign based on the concept of never having to buy another tool for a given purpose. Illustrates the infuriating tendency of most people to refuse to give salespeople a chance no matter what the product is, and to balk at a high up-front price while not truly realizing the costs of any alternative. The sales program tends to breed cynicism in those who fail to make it in the long term, which unfortunately is most people.
Rep: "...and they pay me just for showing a product to---"
Person on phone: "No, sorry, not interested, *click*"
by Artscrafter August 04, 2004
 
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A horrible brand of kitchen cutlery. Vector marketing hires young college kids to sell this crap. It is a scam!
I work for vector marketing and get paid horribly to sell cutco. I go door-to-door but only with people I know, so I con my friends and family first to buy cutco.
by davidUT July 07, 2004
 
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an overpriced set of kitchen cutlery, I have to admit that the handles feels really nice, other than that don't buy these knives unless you won the million dollar lottery
I refuse to buy Cutco knives unless I won a million dollars or more on the lottery
by extreme133 June 09, 2010
 
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A high quality brand of kitchen cutlery with a guarantee and marketing campaign based on the concept of never having to buy another tool for a given purpose. Illustrates the infuriating tendency of most people to refuse to give salespeople a chance no matter what the product is, and focus on price (not value) while not truly realizing the costs of any alternative. The sales program tends to breed cynicism in those who fail to make it in the long term, usually due to one of two reasons: 1. Laziness or 2. Inability to follow the program set forth
I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't ask you...would you like to go try your set of Cutco today?
by Leavitt December 20, 2005