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Experience the leading edge of cutlery technology. Forged from zirconia, second only to diamonds in hardness, these blades are extremely durable and unbelievably sharp. Ceramic blades retain their cutting edge 10 times longer than steel blades, and will not rust, stain, or oxidize. Set includes 6-inch chef knife, 5-inch Santoku knife, 4-inch paring knife, and 3-inch paring knife, all with blade cover sheaths. The ergonomically-designed soft grip handle provides exceptional comfort and feel and is made of nonslip silicone for a surer grip and safer cutting. Each knife is perfectly balanced and weighted for the ultimate control. Because they don't rust, ceramic knives are dishwasher-safe (top rack only).
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I bought this very attractive set from Costco about 1 1/2 yrs ago. One small knife broke; I forget how but today I was cutting a raw potato with the largest knife and then swept... Read morePublished 24 days ago by KJO
I've been using these for two weeks now. This morning, the 4 inch paring blade broke from the inside of the handle. Pretty disappointed.Published 2 months ago by Ross
I absolutely, without reservation, like these knives!! These are NOT every day/all purpose knives. They're good for slicing/dicing & chopping fruits and vegetables. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marie
The large knife shattered as I was removing it from the packaging!! They were very sharp, but not sturdy. Amazon gave me a refundPublished 4 months ago by brooke doane
Love it but it chipped while cutting into flash frozen salmon. Still cuts well.Published 5 months ago by Don
Bought it for a Christmas present came chipped in the box. Very disappointed!Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
After 2 weeks worth of use one of the blades had chipped and one broke off from the handle. I called Kitchenaid and they are sending an entire new set. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Christopher