The Kyocera ceramic knife will be your new love as soon as you pick it up and experience it. It is perfectly balanced in your hand and incredibly lightweight. It has a razor-sharp precision cutting edge second to none. Once you try this awesome cutting tool, you will feel and see the real advantage like no other knife you have ever used.
The Kyocera ceramic knives have an advantage over the standard knives with the unique ceramic blade that is second only to diamond hardness and maintains superior retention of its sharp cutting edge, 10 times longer!. In comparison to other ceramic knives, it is top of the line!
The Kyocera ceramic knife is made in Japan and has an excellent guarantee with it. Many of the top chefs will only use the brand, Kyocera ceramic knives. It has superior quality with a blade, guarantee, and re-sharpening. As with other ceramic knives, these cut unimaginable thin slices, even with a ripe tomato. They are perfect for slicing veggies, fruits, and boneless meats. As will all-ceramic knife blades, they do not replace the standard steel knife for carving, boning, cutting frozen foods, and other hard cutting tasks.
This cutlery is considered a premium quality!.
Famous for their Kyotop Damascus HIP featuring the black swirl-look blades. These are the hot isostatic pressed blades that are fired twice with extreme pressure in a sealed chamber. This process increases the density and hardness of the ceramic blade and allows it to keep the sharpness of its blade longer.
These beautiful ceramic knives also come in elegant white blades with wooden handles. You may prefer the design with a plastic handle for lightweight control that comes with black or white blades.
Kyocera also has Ceramic knife gift sets that include a choice of your favorite knives and slicing tools you must-have for the kitchen.
My favorite Kyocera ceramic knife is the Classic series in the six-inch size. It has a white blade and a wooden handle. (the model number the last 2 letters with being WH to indicate a wooden handle). My blade is made of zirconium oxide and the handle is made of pakka wood and weighs 8.8 ounces. This is by far, one of the sharpest knives I have ever used. I have used it regularly several times a week for at least 6 months now. It has retained its amazing sharp blade just as sharp as the first day I used it.
The funny thing is that since I started using ceramic knives, I have tried several brands. I love them all and find myself using my food processor less just because I love using my ceramic knives to chop and slice so much! As crazy as that sounds, it is just part of what I love about cooking. When I added the Kyocera ceramic knives to my knife collection, the extraordinary quality of the knife blade is obvious.
I decided that I could not do without the ultimate cutlery in my knife collection and purchased the BEAUTIFUL Kyotop Damascus HIP ceramic knife with a gorgeous black swirl blade. It is the greatest chef knife I have ever owned. I love all of the ceramic knives, but the Kyocera ceramics are my favorite.
I cannot discount other brands as they are all wonderful. I feel several of the top brands have a knife that is the best in that brand. The best way to discover the difference through hands-on experience but the next best thing is reading reviews and what others have to say about their experience with different brands and types of knives.
I can personally recommend the Kyocera ceramic knife in the chef style as my favorite.