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Ozeri OZK1 Elite Chef Ceramic 3-Piece Knife Set, Black
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- The Elite Chef Black Ceramic Knife Set includes 3 ultra-sharp 100% ceramic knives that slice through fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats with ease.
- Coupled to perfectly balanced ergonomic handles, the Elite Chef Ceramic Knives make chopping, mincing and dicing easier than ever before.
- By utilizing the purest ceramic, each blade is close in hardness to diamonds and preserves its razor-sharpness 10 times longer than steel blades.
- Unlike metal knives, the Elite Chef Knives do not corrode, rust or leach metal ions from extended exposure to moisture, oils or acids in common foods.
- Each Ozeri knife weighs less than half of an equivalent metal knife, thereby reducing fatigue and pain from repetitive cutting and meal preparation.
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A necessity for the serious chef, the Elite Chef Black Ceramic Knife Set includes 3 ultra-sharp 100% ceramic knives that slice through fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats with unmatched ease. Coupled to perfectly balanced ergonomic handles, the Elite Chef Ceramic Knives render a wide variety of cutting tasks effortless, from chopping, to mincing, slicing and dicing. These distinctively shaped knives utilize the purest ceramic, with each blade close in hardness to diamonds and able to preserve its razor-sharpness 10 times longer than traditional steel blades. Unlike metal knives, the Ozeri Elite Chef Black Ceramic Knives do not corrode, rust or leach metal ions into food. They are impervious to moisture, oils and acids in common foods, and preserve their freshness despite long-term exposure to such foods. Finished with a reflective black veneer, each Ozeri ceramic knife weighs less than half of an equivalent metal knife, thereby reducing fatigue and pain associating with preparing big meals and repetitive cutting. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
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If you look at the pictures I provided you can see that the handles on these knives are designed to make the knife easy to hold. They also look superior. They look like professional knives.
But really the most important thing is how they cut. I have tried several things so far from a block of cheese, an apple, and even flank steak. It didn't matter which thing I was cutting these knives did a great job.
I want to mention that I have owned ceramic knives before and they have chipped. Looking back I believe this to be my own fault. For this set, I will not just throw them in the kitchen drawer. I have a home for them where they will be nice and safe. Also, these knives are so super easy to clean that there is no reason to use the dishwasher. This is a very nice set of knives and they will last a long time if you just take care of them.
Please note these are initial impressions. I have only had them a couple of days and have cut exactly one vegetable with them :) It performed wonderfully on that pepper though!
A year has gone by. I RARELY use these. Almost never, really. And it still comes down to that lack of a place to put them. Because they have no sheath, and you aren't supposed to store them with other knives, they carefully go in their own drawer away from all the other cuttlery... and so there they end up staying. And really, the times I did use them... its nothing special. I got really into the idea of ceramic knives but now that I see they cut maybe a HAIR better than even cheap steel knives, its just not worth the bother when you factor in how fussy they are (brittle). My suggestion: don't bother. Just my opinion.
I think they are really good, after examination I must admit they feel exactly the same as my Kyocera except I do have the Santoku type which has a bigger blade, making it easier to chop quickly vegetables with the hand holding the knife not touching the cutting board. These on the other hand are smaller and can't be used that way, unless you use the edge of the cutting board and let your gripping hand outside.
Cheaper, good quality... if only my sisters take care of them, but I fear the knives wont survive for long :)
These knifes are werth the price if you are looking for a set of paring knives.