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Kyocera® Ceramic Chef’s Knife, 6"

Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, this knife keeps its razor–sharp edge much longer than other...Read More

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Description

Kyocera’s world–famous ceramic knife blades are crafted of exceptionally strong, yet lightweight zirconium oxide. Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, this knife keeps its razor–sharp edge much longer than other professional blades—even high–carbon steel.

Germ–resistant blade is impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so it won’t rust or brown foods. Perfectly balanced with ergonomic handle, offering precise control and reducing fatigue from repetitive cutting tasks.

This chef’s knife makes it easy to chop, dice, slice, and mince large quantities of meat and vegetables. It’s sure to become your go–to choice for everyday food prep. 6 " or 7 " blade. Hand wash. Lifetime warranty. Made in Japan.

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  • Ideal for slicing fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats
  • Kyocera’s proprietary ceramic, Zirconia 206 is almost as hard as a diamond
  • Ground to microscopic precision and polished to perfection, this knife keeps its razor sharp edge much longer than other professional blades
  • Ultra lightweight knife becomes a comfortable extension of the hand
  • Exceptionally thin, perfectly balanced blade enables you to make precise cuts using less pressure
  • Easy–grip handle reduces fatigue
  • Deep blade ensures greater knuckle clearance
  • Resists germs and will not brown foods or alter the taste
  • Impervious to acid, oil, and salt, so blade will never rust
  • Lifetime complimentary sharpening
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in Japan

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Kyocera
  • Material: Zirconia 206 ceramic blade, resin handle
  • Dimensions: 6 " blade
  • Model: #FK–160–WH;
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in Japan

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  • Hand wash
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This knife is used more than any other tool in our kitchen. It is razor sharp and has not dulled yet. The perfectly thin slices that I can achieve are truly amazing. I have top-of-the-line German steel knives that are collecting dust in our knife block. I'll need to buy another because my wife wants her own!
November 1, 2011
Nicely done
I've had the chance to use everything from a $10 ceramic from a discount retailer to expensive Henckels chefs' knives. True, this doesn't cut quite like a good quality steel knife�the extra heft of the steel knife can be helpful depending on the situation. But then again, this doesn't cost nearly what a steel knife does, and retains its (incredibly sharp) edge for a lot longer. I'm extremely impressed by this knife
December 25, 2012
Very sharp but....
A very unintentional action will cause it to chip very easily. I'm heartbroken since I really loved this knife! A small flick of the wrist in the wrong way and you have a very sharp useless knife.
May 19, 2015
Trendy
This knife is not as sharp as a good knife. It can shatter if you drop it. Hypothetically it doesn't dull, but mine chipped before I could find out. Ceramic knives are a trend and some people love them. I just didn't like it
April 26, 2011
 

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Sur La Table Store
Despite it's fragility I LOVE this knife.
Gogi G on Nov 28, 2016
Recommended by raw foodists; reputed as non-reactive with food
Whitney T on Apr 17, 2016
Despite it's fragility I LOVE this knife.
Gogi G on Nov 28, 2016
Like my first ceramic knife a lot. Decided to get another.
Robin T on Sep 19, 2016
Recommended by raw foodists; reputed as non-reactive with food
Whitney T on Apr 17, 2016
no sharpening required
Kathie K on Dec 28, 2015
The expressed wish of my gift recipient for a ceramic chef knife of satisfactory length and superior quality
Mark A on Dec 19, 2015
gift request from my son
Jean R on Dec 2, 2015
gift
Margaret M on Nov 6, 2015
Love good knives
Danielle J on Mar 15, 2015
Size and materials. Wanted to try ceramic for its sharpness. I generally use large Chinese knives but the metal leaves a taste on foods. I needed a knife for cutting veggies/fruits that wouldn't get cooked.
Jacqueline S on Feb 19, 2015
These knives are great. I needed another one.
JEAN O on Dec 14, 2014
We bought the 5 1/2 size last year and have absolutely loved it! It is our "go to" knife, because it's always sharp!
Sue T on Dec 6, 2014
My wife likes these knives, and requested it.
Lloyd E on Dec 2, 2014
Like my first ceramic knife a lot. Decided to get another.
Robin T on Sep 19, 2016
no sharpening required
Kathie K on Dec 28, 2015
 

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