Kyocera Advanced Ceramic Revolution Series 7-inch Professional Chef's Knife, Black Handle, White Blade
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- Ceramic blade is made from Kyocera's proprietary zirconia material produced in Japan for exceptional quality and beauty
- Ultra-sharp, pure advanced ceramic blades will maintain their edge up to 10x longer than steel blades
- Lightweight and easy to clean, the blades will not brown food, are rust-proof and resistant to acids
- This professional size blade is ideal for larger slicing tasks that include vegetables, fruits and boneless meats and not to be used on hard or frozen foods
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Advanced Ceramic Kitchen Knives
Kyocera's most popular advanced ceramic knife series for home and professional meal preparation. They are lightweight for ease of use in repetitive slicing tasks, producing less fatigue on hands and wrists. Our ceramic blades are ultra-sharp and hold their edge up to 10 times longer. The beveled doubled-sided, cutting edge will thinly fruits and vegetables, becoming a favorite knife in the kitchen.
- Ideal for prepping and straight cuts of fruits, vegetables and boneless fish and meats.
- Always use with a plastic or wood cutting board. Avoid cutting on marble, stone, glass, plates or tile.
- Not meant for carving, prying, boning, and cutting hard foods, including hard cheese which involve twisting/flexing and requires a more flexible material, like steel.
- Our knives are dishwasher safe however, place on the top rack separate from other metal utensils.
Kyocera Advanced Ceramics
Blades Made in Japan
The set includes the zirconia Z206 blades and are Kyocera's proprietary advanced ceramic formula made exclusively in Japan. The advanced ceramic material has very dense sub-micron particles, which leave minimal voids. This translates into a stronger, denser blade that holds an edge longer than other ceramic knives - period! We are trusted brand that has been manufacturing ceramic knives since 1984.
Lightweight with an Unrelenting Sharpness
Kyocera ceramic cutlery is typically half the weight of equivalent steel knives, which require a full tang to achieve proper balance. Since the ceramic blade is so light, no artificial weight is added to the handle. There is minimal resistance when slicing. Clean, precise, less-intrusive cuts, requiring less pressure is what makes the Kyocera ceramic knife so unique.
Open Stock or Sets are available in Black or White Blades
The Revolution Series is also available in a black blade if you prefer a stainless steel-looking aesthetic. We also offer a full range of sizes, styles and colors for personal preference. Also available in 2 piece, 3 piece and 4 piece gift sets. Consider purchasing a storage solution for Kyocera knives as well as one of our diamond wheel home sharpeners for easy maintenance of the cutting edge. Kyocera also offers professional sharpening. See care and use guidelines.
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The Revolution Series 7-inch Professional Chef's Knife is from Kyocera’s most popular line of advanced ceramic knives. Designed with a comfortable, ergonomic handle for precise control. The ceramic blade is made from a proprietary zirconia material produced in Japan and stays razor sharp at least 10 times longer than traditional knives, making them ideal for everyday use. The perfect choice for slicing fruits, vegetables and boneless meats. Not intended for frozen or hard foods. Kyocera advanced ceramic cutlery and kitchen tools are fully warranted to be free of defects in material and craftsmanship.
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I'm extremely disappointed, and hope there's a refund or replacement in the near future from the seller. Perhaps this knife was defective and a rare situation.
*UPDATE* I was shipped a replacement knife immediately and it arrived super fast much to my surprise. I have now been using the replacement knife for 5 months regularly without any further chipping issues. The blade is quite thin, I would feel better using a less delicate ceramic knife, however I do really enjoy using this knife. I use it everyday for most of my produce chopping needs. I still think it should come with a blade cover for a knife so delicate! I'm bringing my two star rating up to four stars.
I would not buy this knife again and do not recommend it.
This is the reason I have come back and gave it a 4th star.
This Knife is ok. I just got it today. I cleaned it up and decided to give it a side by side test with the Knives that I have. It is no more sharp that my current knives. Sharpening steal knives at home is not hard, and if you like you can always bring them to a professional to be sharpened. I was expecting to get a knife that was "scary sharp" as some of the reviews give. Something akin to a 7" ceramic razor blade. But in reality this is a knife of standard sharpness that is simply more brittle than a steal knife. I am glad that I only purchased this single knife, so I did not waste too much money.
There is a chance that I just got a knife that is not up to par with what is normally shipped, but I could not find any "defect". But in all reality, I think the hype about being "super sharp" is not true. Maybe if it was, more professional chefs would use them.
Super light in weight
Gives that Japanese 16% knife edge like a Shun.
Not any sharper than a steal knife
only 7" in length
The handle does not give you that "I got a good grip" feel.
I love purchasing things from Amazon. But the hopes that I had for this knife did not match reality. I hate it when there are the few nay sayers out there, but this time I have to join them. I would suggest spending your money on a higher end steal knife from one of the better rated knife makers like Shun.
This knife works really well. I have used it for vegetables, fruit, soft meats and other light applications.
Its intended use is somewhat limited, and I can really see the result of liberal usage. Even using the knife for its intended applications, I've noticed several small chips in the blade. Granted, these are so small that you may not notice them, I don't like how this knife is wearing. I feel as if it will have to be replaced too quickly.
The knife rinses off easily, and the smooth surface makes me feel better about quick rinses going between raw meat and vegetables.
This knife is about the right size for most of my own uses.
All that in mind, I am not an expert chef. I may not have been as ginger with the knife as I should've been, hence the chips in the blade.
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Four months on and my first impression has not changed. This is still a fabulous slicing knife. I use it every day for fruit, vegetables or raw meat. It is still as sharp as when I bought it (as far as I can tell). If Koopar had a problem, he should have returned the knives. One of the reasons I use Amazon so much is that they operate a no quibble returns policy. I wouldn't do it deliberately, but I have dropped my knife on my stone floor and have even found myself tapping the back of the blade on the edge of a cast iron pan to drop pieces stuck to the blade. I still don't have any chips anywhere on the blade and am now confident that I won't.
Nine months on and I am still pleased, but the blade acquired a small chip a month or so ago and is losing its sharpness generally. I have bought a diamond Kyocera grinder and it sharpened up really well. The purchase was worth it as I now have two other Kyocera knives and hope they will last for years. The grinder is easy to use, sharpened the orginal knife very well and in the process completely smoothed out the chip. Tip: For best results, read the instructions for the sharpener and take your time using it.