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Kyocera Advanced Ceramic Pring Knife Product Description
There is no comparison between this Kyocera paring knife and the one from the same line of business. A rounded tip makes this blade less likely to break than a more typical point tip. Unlike other knives, it has a comfortable handle with a molded black finish (although similar knives are available in other colors).
- Enter the model number exactly as it appears on your model.
- Floor blades made of diamonds .
- Sharper than traditional cutlery, stays that way for up to ten times longer.
- The supreme balance helps reduce fatigue in the hands.
- This peeler allows you to peel, peel, and slice fruits and vegetables.
- Clean up is easy with a nonstick sheet.
Selected User Reviews For Kyocera Advanced Ceramic Pring Knife
There is no doubt this is the sharpest knife I have There is no doubt this is the sharpest knife I have Radishes are no match for its buttery cutting ability (5/5)
That is too bad, I have to be cautious about it being brittle and easily broken with.
Jaxson Howe - 25/07/2021
It is an unsafe and slippery situation (1/5)
all, the product is exceptionally well designed and looks like it could be I cannot use it in my drawer or on my counter because it blends in so well. A serious flaw is that it is sharp enough to cut your finger off and the handle is made of a It was returned to me as I believe it to be unsafe for use in the home.
Amir Moss - 13/02/2021
Sharp to the point of being scary (5/5)
The dull knife is not only uncomfortable to use, but also dangerous, so regular hone and sharpening can be a chore. Although ceramic knives are known to be more fragile, they don't require honing and sharpening as often as steel knives. A paring knife isn't going to be durable, as it's just going to be used for paring In any case, it's not a good idea to use a paring knife to cut frozen meat or bones. A further advantage to the ceramic blade is that it is not reactive, so acidsic fruits like tomatoes and lemons and limes can be cut easily (and are perfectly fine). This is a very sharp and low - slung video Maintenance is necessary. Feel free to give it a whirl.
Christopher Cooley - 24/02/2021
Do not drive under the influence of alcohol (4/5)
As a result, these are prone to chipping. The second time I've done this. My intention is to love them, however I have chipped two of these knives and I have no idea how I did it. It took me quite some time to get to know.
Holly Cantu - 12/06/2021
There was a break in the blade (1/5)
adore the knife, however, the pointy end has broken off twice from random use of this Kyocera 3 inch paring knife in less than four weeks. We regret to inform you that the return window has closed. It now has such a pointless end instead, so I can use it as a 2 inch paring knife. Is there something wrong with what I'm doing?.
Marcel Costa - 15/06/2021
Keep your eyes on the prize It's very important (5/5)
The edge of a razor blade is far greater than the edge of a file. The cutco's my wife uses are no longer available, so I purchased these to replace them. This is the second time she has cut herself The timid should not attempt this. There is a lot to learn for her. A razor blade is something I would like to see made.
Amy Benjamin - 15/05/2021
The price is good and the quality is good (5/5)
I have a Kyocera ceramic knife that I love. I forgot what I was doing, so I snapped it when cutting a large carrot while using the smaller size. We have purchased 2 different sizes, and the smaller one worked well until I snapped it when cutting the larger one. There is a warning on the box that these tools are not meant to cut hard, thick materials.
Jericho Stein - 06/07/2021
I love it (5/5)
Having received it as a gift, I have used it on a daily basis since then. The knife is lightweight but cuts beautifully and is pleasing to the touch. I have not had any problems with them, except sometimes I am afraid to use them because they have so many warnings about cutting hard things (hard cheese, nuts, etc. ) and twisting or bending They chip if you accidentally hit the edges against items such as the sink, the dish, etc. I'm sure they would also break if you hit them hard enough. These are not actions I take with knives regularly, but at the same time they make me feel uneasy.
Noah Paul - 15/07/2021