Kyocera Revolution 5.5" Ceramic Santoku Knife

Kyocera Revolution 5.5" Ceramic Santoku Knife

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Kyocera Revolution 5.5" Ceramic Santoku Knife

Kyocera Revolution 5.5" Ceramic Santoku Knife

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The Kyocera Revolution Series Ceramic 5.5" Santoku Knife features a razor-sharp, exceptionally strong, lightweight ceramic blade. This ceramic blade, made from Kyocera's proprietary Japanese ceramic, zirconium oxide, is inert, and will not discolor food or alter its taste. In addition, the blade will never rust, corrode or pit. Made of ceramic that is ground very fine and highly polished, it will retain its sharpness at least 10 times longer than any other blade - including one made from high carbon steel.

The light weight of this knife and its ergonomic handle reduce fatigue during repetitive cutting.

The santoku is an all-purpose kitchen knife with a name meaning "three virtues." The "three virtues" of the Santoku Japanese blade shape are twofold: referring to the three types of food the Santoku is designed to prepare - vegetables, poultry and fish - and the three types of cuts at which it excels - slicing, dicing and chopping. Use this unique santoku knife to chop fish and boneless meats, as well as vegetables and fruits.

Features of the Kyocera Revolution Series 5.5" Ceramic Santoku Knife:

  • Ceramic blade that will not rust, corrode or pit and does not react with food
  • Colorful, ergonomic handle
  • Lifetime complimentary sharpening by Kyocera


Sharpening
 
To sharpen this ceramic knife, either use a Kyocera ceramic knife sharpener at home, or return it to Kyocera for complimentary lifetime sharpening. (A flat, nominal charge for shipping and handling will sharpen as many Kyocera knives as you own.) 

The Ceramic Advantage

Sharp: Kyocera ultra-sharp advanced ceramic blades and grinding mechanisms will retain their original sharpness up to 15 times longer than steel.

Inert: Kyocera ceramic is rust-proof. In addition, it is completely inert, so it will never brown foods and is impervious to acids and oils.

Lightweight: Ceramic blades and grinders are typically half the weight of their steel counterparts, making them easier to use over time.

Easy to Clean: Kyocera Advanced Ceramic does not absorb oils, flavors or colors from food, making it easy to rinse clean and wipe dry.

The Kyocera Advantage
Crafted in Japan, Zirconia 206 is Kyocera's proprietary advanced ceramic. This one-of-a-kind advanced ceramic material has very dense particles and extremely tight molecules, which leave minimal voids. This translates into a stronger, denser blade that holds an edge longer than other ceramics. The thinner blade on a Kyocera Advanced Ceramic knife means minimal resistance. Clean, precise, less-intrusive cuts, using less pressure, are what make the Kyocera ceramic knife so unique.

The elements of Kyocera's advanced ceramic are formed in nature through thousands of years of crystallization, extreme temperatures, and literally tons of pressure. The result is a pure, dense, unrelenting material that is 50% harder than steel and second only to diamond in hardness.

Find Kyocera Ceramic Kitchen Knives. Slice, dice and mince in Japanese style.

Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty • Lifetime Complimentary Sharpening • Blade Crafted in Japan

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  • The Kyocera Revolution Series Ceramic 5.5" Santoku Knife features a razor-sharp, exceptionally strong, lightweight ceramic blade. This ceramic blade, made from Kyocera's proprietary Japanese ceramic, zirconium oxide, is inert, and will not discolor food or alter its taste. In addition, the blade will never rust, corrode or pit. Made of ceramic that is ground very fine and highly polished, it will retain its sharpness at least 10 times longer than any other blade - including one made from high carbon steel.

    The light weight of this knife and its ergonomic handle reduce fatigue during repetitive cutting.

    The santoku is an all-purpose kitchen knife with a name meaning "three virtues." The "three virtues" of the Santoku Japanese blade shape are twofold: referring to the three types of food the Santoku is designed to prepare - vegetables, poultry and fish - and the three types of cuts at which it excels - slicing, dicing and chopping. Use this unique santoku knife to chop fish and boneless meats, as well as vegetables and fruits.

    Features of the Kyocera Revolution Series 5.5" Ceramic Santoku Knife:

    • Ceramic blade that will not rust, corrode or pit and does not react with food
    • Colorful, ergonomic handle
    • Lifetime complimentary sharpening by Kyocera


    Sharpening
     
    To sharpen this ceramic knife, either use a Kyocera ceramic knife sharpener at home, or return it to Kyocera for complimentary lifetime sharpening. (A flat, nominal charge for shipping and handling will sharpen as many Kyocera knives as you own.) 

    The Ceramic Advantage

    Sharp: Kyocera ultra-sharp advanced ceramic blades and grinding mechanisms will retain their original sharpness up to 15 times longer than steel.

    Inert: Kyocera ceramic is rust-proof. In addition, it is completely inert, so it will never brown foods and is impervious to acids and oils.

    Lightweight: Ceramic blades and grinders are typically half the weight of their steel counterparts, making them easier to use over time.

    Easy to Clean: Kyocera Advanced Ceramic does not absorb oils, flavors or colors from food, making it easy to rinse clean and wipe dry.

    The Kyocera Advantage
    Crafted in Japan, Zirconia 206 is Kyocera's proprietary advanced ceramic. This one-of-a-kind advanced ceramic material has very dense particles and extremely tight molecules, which leave minimal voids. This translates into a stronger, denser blade that holds an edge longer than other ceramics. The thinner blade on a Kyocera Advanced Ceramic knife means minimal resistance. Clean, precise, less-intrusive cuts, using less pressure, are what make the Kyocera ceramic knife so unique.

    The elements of Kyocera's advanced ceramic are formed in nature through thousands of years of crystallization, extreme temperatures, and literally tons of pressure. The result is a pure, dense, unrelenting material that is 50% harder than steel and second only to diamond in hardness.

    Find Kyocera Ceramic Kitchen Knives. Slice, dice and mince in Japanese style.

    Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty • Lifetime Complimentary Sharpening • Blade Crafted in Japan

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