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6" Ceramic Chef's Knife


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  • Ultra-sharp ceramic blade cuts with precision and accuracy every time
  • Lightweight and perfectly balanced for comfortable use
  • Easily slice or cut any food
  • Stain- and rustproof
  • Ergonomic, rubber-coated handle


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0037JT50M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #430,184 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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have to wonder about the people Complaining about this knife. First thing you have to remember is this is ceramic! It's Brittle ! Do you take your GOOD CHINA back packing? Go spend MORE for the lifetime Gaurantee. BUT if you ABUSE it like twisting and prying!!!! YOU will be replacing it...When I saw these go on Clearance I ran to the store to but extras. I'm REALLY hoping these NOT being discontinued

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By fredtownward VINE VOICE on April 24, 2010
The fact that you are even reading this suggests that you already know the arguments in favor of ceramic knives. Ceramic knives are harder than steel knives, can be made much sharper than steel knives, hold their edge ten times longer than steel knives, are lighter than steel knives, won't brown foods, transfer a metallic taste or smell, or rust.

You probably also know the disadvantages of ceramic knives. Unlike steel knives ceramic knives can chip or break so you want to avoid dropping them, tossing them in a sink or kitchen drawer, or arguably even washing them in a dishwasher. (Most ceramic knives come in fitted plastic packing material that can be saved, or you can store them in something like this Kyocera Bamboo 3-Slot Knife Block.) If you actually succeed in dulling a ceramic knife, it will need to be professionally sharpened, though Kyocera has come out with a sharpener for home use: Kyocera Electric Diamond Knife Sharpener for Kyocera Ceramic Knives. Unlike steel knives ceramic knives cannot flex without breaking so there can be no such thing as a ceramic boning knife, and you only want to use ceramic knives to cut boneless meats. Finally, although using a proper cutting board is a good idea with fine steel knives, it is an absolute requirement with ceramic knives; using a ceramic knife to cut something on a plate is an absolute no-no.

So the only remaining question is whether to go cheap:
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By High Acutance on August 14, 2012
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I like to cook, and I have a drawer full of knives. While stainless steel looks good, I usually reach for my 40 year old Sabatier chef's knife, or a very similar Japanese knife that a friend brought back from a Tokyo department store. (It's not one of those super-premium knives.) I was intrigued by the ceramic "sharper that anything else" hype, although a little put off by the notion of a blade that wouldn't respond to my trusty old whet stones. I used the knife, and it was good, but not so extraordinary that I felt I should replace my other knives. Then one day I dropped the knife onto our ceramic tile kitchen floor. It broke right in half, leaving a useless one-inch stub above the handle. The pieces went into the trash, and my curiosity was satisfied. At least I hadn't paid a premium price. Given the difficulties of repairing chips to the ceramic blade edge, and the need for special sharpening tools, I'm sticking with my trusty carbon steel. Happy slicing!
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There is a Harbor Freight outlet store nearby and I purchased this knife over a year ago and have been using it occasionally. I only use it for softer items like tomato's, cucumbers ect. and always on a wooden board. Its still sharp without any edge damage so its holding up well for such an inexpensive ceramic knife. I like the rubbery handle and lightness for fine slicing. I have plenty of steel knives for all the other work so its a pleasure to use this when needed. Its a good value for sure...
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