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Kyocera Ceramic Cutlery Review

  • "I gave this knife set as a gift and they loved it.
    They said the knives were extremly sharp, so have to be careful cutting. Before I gave them, I tried them out, cutting a peice of baugette bread and it was a smooth cut..
    B. LEWIS


  • "If you only own two knives, these are the two to own. They were a gift ... probably would not havepurchased on my own because of price but they are worth every penny. Have purchased larger knife since. With these, you won't pick up another knife that you have - you won't need to!

  • D. Harrell about the Knife Set

If you're tired of dealing with steel knives that go dull fast and need a lot of upkeep, ceramic knives may be the answer. These durable knives stay sharp longer and perform better in the kitchen.


With The Kyocera Ceramic Cutlery You
Will Definitely Get The Edge


kyocera ceramic cutlery


  • Strong
  • Durable
  • Ergonomic
  • Light Weight
  • Easy Cleaning
  • Sharper then Steel
  • Rarely needs Sharpening


Steel kitchen knives are a kitchen staple, but they can be a huge hassle.  Blades can go dull in a very short time, and regularly resharpening them is either a pain or costly.  You may feel like you're spending more time on sharpening then you do cutting.  Fortunately, changing to Kyocera ceramic restaurant cutlery is an easy solution.


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Ceramic cutlery from Kyocera offers a number of advantages over ordinary steel.  The big one is the simplest and most important.  Ceramic knives start sharp and stay sharp.  Your Kyocera ceramic cutlery stays sharp as much as ten times longer than regular steel.  There's no need to sharpen them constantly, so you'll save lots of time and annoyance.  Kyocera makes a top quality blade, and is among the leading makers of ceramic blades.

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This kind of ceramic restaurant cutlery is made from a hard ceramic material, such as zirconium oxide.  This very hard material is an eight and a half out of ten on the Moh's scale.  Steel is only at six and a half, and diamond is a ten.  The highest quality ceramic knives are even higher on the scale – almost as hard as a diamond.  This kind of material is what the stones to sharpen many regular steel blades are made from.

If you choose a Kyocera ceramic knife
, you will have to deal with a few things.  For one, Kyocera ceramics are a little more fragile than steel knives.  That means that if you're prone to dropping your knives, cutting on the wrong surface, or using them to pry at hard or frozen foods, you'll need to adjust how you treat your cutlery.  Of course, this kind of treatment is bad for steel knives too.  Avoiding it is a good idea in any kitchen.




kyocera ceramic cutlery

If you're worried you won't be able to use your Kyocera knife properly there's another answer, too.  An extra firing makes black Kyocera ceramic cutlery harder and stronger than the ordinary type.  These knives are more costly, but you won't have to worry about losing the knife tip because it's been dropped.  That's a great benefit when you think about how long the edge will last you.

Ceramic knives also won't change the taste of your food like some steel ones will.  The blade is germ resistant, and is less likely to carry dangerous micro-organisms into your food.  It won't be worn down by oils, acids, or salts, either.  Ceramic blades are generally superior to their steel cousins.  There's a reason they're favored by the world's best cooks.  Light and easy to handle, with grips made to reduce fatigue, these knives are perfect for any kitchen.



After long, hard use, your Kyocera ceramic cutlery will eventually become dull.  This advanced surface can't be sharpened at home.  However, there's an easy way to fix your problem.  It's inexpensive to send your blades back to be sharpened by Kyocera.  That way, you'll know that the edge is back to its original strength and sharpness.  Buy Kyocera ceramic cutlery, and you'll never have to buy another knife again!  

Kyocera Ceramic Cutlery Review


"They do look like plastic, but are they sharp. Very light. A joy to cut with. The larger knife, cubed a 4lb. roast quick. It was 3 inches thick, and just slid, right thru it. The meat just pealed off the sides of the blade.
I felt like a pro butcher. It's amazing how thinly this knife will slice. .

Shopping "Steve"


"1 word -- vorpal. These are the sharpest knives I've ever seen. Be careful though, even barely nicking your self can result in a very deep cut. Like the other reviewer said you will want to play with them just to see how well/thin they can cut. They work for just about everything too, just don't use them as carving knives. For anyone who enjoys cooking these are a must! my next one is going to be the 7" chef's."
Eric F. Smith

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