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Kyocera Advanced Ceramics Revolution Series (White) 7" Kitchen Professional Chef's Knife - KCFK180WH

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Part Number: KCFK180WH
Manufacturer: Kyocera Advanced Ceramics
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FK-180 WH
Professional Chef's Knife
(7.0" Blade)

Revolution Series - For slicing fruits, vegetables and boneless meats

New advanced ceramic with a deeper blade for greater knuckle clearance and redesigned handle for precise control.

Unrelenting Sharpness - Ceramic's hardness advantage translates into a rock-like edge that will not roll like steel blades. The result is a razor sharp blade that retains its original sharpness 10 times longer than steel knives.

Kyocera's most popular line, the Revolution series features deeper blades for greater knuckle clearance. Comfortable, ergonomic resin handles provide precise control. Distinctive shape makes it easy to find, easy to use. Offered in black- or white-bladed versions, these sleek, ultra-sharp knives are ideal for everyday use on fruits, vegetables and boneless meats. Diamond ground blades. Acetate box. Made in Japan.

Kyocera Advanced Ceramics
Formed by nature, perfected by science

Easy to use and incredibly effective, Kyocera advanced ceramic products are revolutionizing how we live, work and play.

In the kitchen, our ultra sharp, ultra pure and ultra lightweight ceramic cutlery and tools make preparing meals easy and fun.
All make wonderful gifts for that special someone, too.

Product innovation and dedication to customer service are hallmarks of Kyocera, the world's largest and highest quality manufacturer of advanced ceramic knives, kitchen and utility tools, and stationery products.

Come. Explore our unique product lines and discover the ceramic advantage.

Preferred by professional chefs and home cooks worldwide

You experience the difference as soon as you pick up a Kyocera Advanced Ceramics knife. The feel - incredibly light yet perfectly balanced in you palm. The blade - beautifully ground with razor sharp precision. But it's when you actually try the knife that the ceramic advantage becomes real - an experience like no other.

Imagine slices so thin, you can actually see through them. A knife that stays sharper, longer. Kyocera advanced ceramic blades offer superior edge retention, holding their edge at least 10 times longer than other professional cutlery, including high carbon steel.

The perfect complement to your cutlery.

For slicing fruits, vegetables and boneless meats, a Kyocera advanced ceramic knife has no equal. Ceramic's superior edge retention, chemical purity and light weight make it ideal for straight slicing.

Even so, ceramic knives are intended to complement -not replace - your other cutlery. Use steel knives for carving, prying, boning, cutting frozen foods, and slicing cheese.
Made in Japan
Made in Japan
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Zytel Handles
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Oct 19, 2012
Pros: Construction, Durability, Overall Quality, Material Quality, Design, None
Cons: Sharpenability, Durability
Best choice of chef knives, long as you own a good steel counterpart.
First, the sharpness was superb; hair falls away. This knife is light and comfortable, easy to use, ergonomic, smooth cutting and easy to clean. For a Sushi knife, it's my favorite (more on that in a minute). The material and construction are very, very good, and the price makes it an easy add to my cart. Thin blade that slices meat and vegetables very thinly. Tip is rounded but sharp, and is of great use! A must have for me. Now, I also own the more expensive Boker Santoku, and favor this 10:1 over that knife. Blade material is much better, and this ceramic knife sharpens much better and easier. Now durability...for a ceramic knife, it's tops in my book. I can feel no chipping on the the edge when ran across my finger nail, but I only use a wood block. The Boker...different story. I got intel that states Boker does not use Kyocera ceramic, and they make the finest ceramics in the world. Not sure what others use, but this knife has all the right stuff. Try it.
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