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|Blade Length||6.5 Inches|
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- SHARP & DURABLE LONG LASTING SHARPNESS: Perfect for Cutting Slicing Mincing & Dicing Meat Cheese and Vegetables. Made of High Quality Ceramic, 60 times more Wear-Resistant than Metal knifes. Easy to Maintain, Holds its Sharp Edge. The knifes blades are made by Zirconium, only diamonds are harder, and stays sharp 15 times longer.
- NO RUST & BPA-FREE: Rust Resistant, Anti-acid and Alkali Material, Non-toxic, No Contamination, No Metal smell, Easy to Use. will retain its original sharpness up to 15 times longer than steel blades. You will never need sharpening any more!
- NO OXIDATION: Keep your vegetables free from oxidation when cutting with these ceramic knifes. Keep your vegetables meat & food fresh for a longer period of time.
- DIMENSION: 6.5 Inches Long Blade, Not for Cutting Bones, Coconut Shells or Super Hard objects.Do not use ceramic knife for chopping bone, prying, striking and do not try to put the knife into the dish-washing machine
- 100% SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - Professional Customer Service 1 Yr Warranty
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A stunning ceramic knife with a black handle is made from zirconium, which is nearly as hard as diamond, the blade starts sharp and stays sharp longer than steel blades. Its sharpness makes slicing easier for fruits, vegetables and boneless meat. It allows precise cuts and extremely thin slices, whether you’re slicing paper-thin radishes or peeling a tomato. They’re also good for slashing bread dough before baking, a perfect complement to your cutlery. Ceramic knives are also stain-resistant and rust-proof. They aren’t affected by acids, oils and salt, the blades will never rust. It won’t transfer a metallic taste or smell in foods so you can enjoy meats, fruits and vegetable with its original flavor. It won’t cause browning so your creations will always look and taste the way they should – fresh. They’re easy to clean and they don’t absorb odors. A quick rinse in warm water will get your ceramic knife a lot cleaner and wipe it with a kitchen towel. Ceramic blade is stronger than steel but unfortunately, is more fragile because it is more brittle. That means that if you drop a ceramic knife or attempt to cut bone or frozen foods with one, it can break or chip. They can’t be used for boning, prying, or cutting frozen foods or for any tasks. They shouldn’t be used for chopping if the blade will hit the cutting board sharply. And they shouldn’t be dropped. Twice thicker & last longer than Kyocera knifes.
Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2018
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My husband has a firm belief that lettuce cut up with a ceramic knife tastes better and stays fresher than if cut up using a traditional knife made of metal. Whatever. As long as it means he stays happy (and continues to cook more than his fair share of the time), I don't care if he uses a saw blade out of the garage to cut up vegetables for our salad. This particular knife is definitely overkill for iceberg, but he likes the grip on the handle.
1. Much lighter than metal knives, making it harder to go back to traditional knives.
2. For less than $20, it's not unreasonable for a ceramic knife considering others can be more expensive.
3. It was super sharp when new and stay sharp for a good two months but now
1. Although ceramic knives are much harder therefore can stay sharp longer, they do get dull after prolonged use. So what to do when they need sharpening? They are very difficult to sharpen at home. I tried using an electric grinder - which worked somewhat.
2. So now I have a knife that is relatively sharp, but nothing like when it was new. What to do? Getting it professionally sharpen will be too expensive. It seems like a waste if I stop using it, as it was a good knife to begin with.
Conclusion: I would stay away from ceramic knives next time. I'd rather get a decent steel knife that I can sharpen.
By Trina Chartier on September 11, 2021