KitchenAid Gourmet 4-Piece Ceramic Chef Knife Set with Sheathes (Red)
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- 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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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).
Top customer reviews
I've had ceramic knives in the past that have chipped so I have tried to be careful with these when putting them in a drawer or on the drying rack. After a month of use, I haven't seen any evidence of chipping. The blade covers are particularly useful to protect the blades if they are kept in a drawer. Overall, I have been very impressed by these blades.
We have broken two, but that was due to them being used improperly. If you are cutting anything that requires a lot of downward pressure, or side to side lateral movement, you will likely have the blade snap at the handle. This is a ceramic knife, and it is much more rigid and brittle than a steel knife, but that is at the benefit of extreme sharpness of the edge, and an edge that may never need to be sharpened.
These knives are great for most fruits and vegetables, bread, and boneless meat. But if you want to cut through fruits or vegetables with very tough, thick skin or rinds, you should save those tasks for a steel knife.
Original post: I have always used stainless steel knives and wanted a change. I heard that ceramic knives stay sharper longer and I liked that there was zero chance of rusting. What I didn’t realize is that there is a sharp learning curve. The difference in weight led to me cutting myself 3 times in 3 days. I felt like a child. They also seem to not be as sharp as steel knives I’ve had. Lastly, I find myself afraid of breaking them which is probably silly, but still.
The first set of Ceramic knives I purchased was from another brand. The tips of those ceramic blades would just chip off on their own. I thought they looked pretty bad so I decided to look for another set. Here is my review....
1) Ceramic Blades: First of all, I do understand that ceramic blades are sharp and stay sharp (the advantage) but are not for cutting hard things - don't even try. So, I have ONE metal blade for times like that, and the rest are a collection of ceramic bladed knives. I like these blades, and the handles are dishwasher safe - even better. Rating: 5 of 5 stars.
2) Not a full tang: You know, I read the reviews of Ceramic bladed knives and there is always some reviewer complaining that it does not have a full tang. That means that the blade material goes all the way back to the handle. First of all, why would you need that for a ceramic bladed knife since you are cutting hard things with it? To even bring that up simply defies the logic for the purpose of this type of knife. Rating: N/A
3) Handle Comfort: I love them! They fit my hand great. I have no complaints at all. 5 of 5 stars.
4) Looks: I like the touch of chrome at the handle end of the knife. 5 of 5 stars.
5) How they cut: There is an assortment of knives, and they all work really good. I used the serrated edge for soft cheese or bread. Smaller knives for slicing up smaller veggies. The largest knife I use for cutting thawed chicken breasts into strips. There is one knife in the bunch called a utility knife - just ignore that. There is no such thing as a ceramic bladed utility knife. You don't want to use them for cutting wire, plastic or any other thing that might be considered "utility" unless its soft.
I am very happy with my purchase and I will be giving sets away for Christmas to friends and family. Remember, make sure you also have at least one metal knife too. Otherwise you will break these!