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Kyocera FK Red Handled White Ceramic 14cm Santoku Knife

by Kyocera

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  • Ceramic Knife - Santoku Knife
  • Blade length: 14 cm
  • Weight: 89 g
  • Handle coloured red
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Brand Kyocera
Model Number369214
ColourRed
Item Weight59 g
Product Dimensions31 x 6.1 x 2.3 cm
MaterialSteel
  
Additional Information
ASINB001UE2I00
Best Sellers Rank 204,131 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 g
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Date First Available11 April 2010
  
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Kyocera Ceramic FK White Zirconia Knives, Ergonomic handle - easy-grip waterproof handle for better control while cutting and slicing, Ultra sharp long life blade holds its edge longer than steel, Stain and rust proof - impervious to the food acids which discolour steel products, No metallic taste or smell - maintains the fresh taste of food; will not brown fruits and vegetables. Easy to clean non-stick ceramic blade, Easy to use - light weight and perfect balance make Kyocera ceramic knives a pleasure to use, Kyocera 5 Year Limited Guarantee.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rob Payne on 8 Feb. 2012
This white bladed, red handled ceramic knife by Kyocera is a 14cm Santoku (general purpose) knife. If you've never used a ceramic knife before, they are extremely sharp and will cut you very easily, so great care is recommended when using. The blade is made form Zirconium Oxide, which is second only to diamond on the hardness scale making it an ideal material for a knife blade, and it will stay sharper for longer than a steel knife. However its brittle nature means it can snap and shatter, so it should only be used for particular jobs such as slicing boneless meat and fish, vegetables and fruit; and not for others such as carving, prying and boning. To wash simply rinse with warm water and liquid soap. The knife itself is very handsome (though perhaps even nicer with a black blade), and would make an ideal gift for anyone who enjoys spending time in the kitchen. On first use I was amazed by how easily it cuts through vegetables when compared to a standard steel knife. The weight of the knife alone is enough to cut through say, a pepper, with only a forward and backward motion of the blade. The handle is ergonomically designed and has a high quality feel. It is an absolute joy to use.

And now to price - these knives are expensive, but in my opinion, worth it. However, if you can wait a couple of weeks for delivery, I would recommend ordering from Amazon.com where they are roughly less than two thirds the price than they are here on Amazon.co.uk. You will have to pay a little extra for P&P, but it still works out to be a lot cheaper.
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By TimeMuffin on 3 July 2014
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Sharper than any store bought knife I've ever owned, more so than my Global collection.

I've never owned a ceramic knife before so I'm not sure how long it will hold its edge but a month in and it's about as sharp as the day I purchased it.

It's lighter than I would have liked but that's just me.

I would still highly recommend it.
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Amazon.com: 219 reviews
49 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Great blade technology, well-done knife, and IT IS SHARP!! 12 Oct. 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I'm very impressed with the ceramic blade of this Kyocera knife. You can see here on Amazon that Kyocera is making a submarket with this ceramic technology. It really delivers -- it's sharp, light, and seems strong in the up/down direction. I've used a lot of different knives across the price spectrum for a broad range of cooking tasks, and this one slices cleaner, faster, easier than any knife I've ever used.

I never *really* imagined using a knife this sharp. It's what I imagine a hand-crafted Spanish Toledo steel sword or Samurai blade would be like. Except smaller. And lighter. And white.

However, be careful! Because it is both very lightweight and very sharp, the knife handles differently than any knife I've used before. And it is sharp enough to do real damage quite quickly. For instance, I received one of these knives as a gift from a friend who had recently got one for herself. It turns out that we *both* cut our fingers in the first few weeks of using our fancy new knives! In each case, we sliced through a fingernail that with a less-sharp knife might have afforded some protection. (I'm typing now with a bandage on my index finger.) I will be very attentive while using this knife from now on!

But, you know, it is a really nice, sharp knife.

The knife comes with care instructions that emphasize the the brittleness of the blade to lateral forces: don't knck the edge against anything hard, don't smack the flat of the blade to crush garlic. No dishwasher.

The special care is a small price for having such a unique knife in the kitchen!
42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Good lord. This thing is sharp. 15 Dec. 2007
By Warren Parker - Published on Amazon.com
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I received my knife as I was just beginning to make dinner and the timing was perfect. I was immediately struck by how beautiful it was, then I started using it. It's the sharpest knife I have ever used, bar none. Not really much more to say about that, it's just sharp.

If you're researching ceramic knives you know that they have special care instructions. Basically, no dishwasher. And it's meant solely for slicing and cutting, so you won't be prying jars open with this. Of course, you shouldn't be prying jars open with knives anyway, professor.

Buy it. Seriously, it's great. It won't get dull for a LONG TIME and when it does you just send it to Kyocera in California and they sharpen it for free. FREE.

A little advice, though. When you get it don't try testing out it's sharpness on your skin.
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Sharp, but watch the brittleness 6 Jan. 2008
By Tim Rabinus - Published on Amazon.com
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I've had a couple of Kyocera ceramic knives and they're great. The extra sharpness makes the knife useful in places where a steel knife isn't great -- slicing large loaves of crisp bread, bagels, bagels, tomatoes are much easier. But I've had both knives crack under use, so you need to adopt your style. Nevertheless, if you want a supersharp knife, these ceramic knives are brilliant.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Scary sharp knife. 7 Feb. 2011
By strat_lover - Published on Amazon.com
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My first cutting task with this knife was slicing a sweet potato. I thought, "No big deal." This felt the same as one of my steel serrated knives, which is geting slightly dull. Then I sliced a carrot and I was amazed. I just slid the knife through the carrot, with very little effort. The slices were so thin they were clinging to the side of the blade. Next up was raw chicken breasts. With just a little pressure, the Kyocera ceramic knife made some really deep cuts in the chicken. This is when I realized I would always have to be alert when using this knife.

I have heard it said that the most dangerous knife is a dull knife. The logic behind this is that you need to use more force with a dull knife and there is a greater possibility of the knife slipping and going somewhere unexpected (like into your hand or your leg). If this is true, then this is a really safe knife.

This ceramic knife has good balance, is really light and has a very comfortable handle. It will never rust. If your cutting needs include twisting, prying and chopping, then a ceramic knife is a bad choice. It is very strong for slicing, but any sideways torgue applied to the blade my cause it to chip or break. You definitely don't want to drop this knife because it will most likely be damaged.

I bought the Kyocera paring knife and it is just as outstanding as this larger Santoku knife.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
exceptional 23 Nov. 2009
By Cathi Walsh - Published on Amazon.com
easy to handle, very versatile; what I love best is that even delicate lettuces and herbs don't oxidize as they would with a metal knife; and if you taste an apple slice, for example, cut with a metal knife vs ceramic, you CAN taste the difference, and just see which one oxidizes first!
have given away at least 8 as gifts and everyone raves about them, including 2 professional chefs; love the paring knife and peeler, too, but I think I use the adjustable mandoline the most (after the Santoku) great for salads, soups, presentation; took the mandoline to a cooking class and the chef promptly put her old (much more expensive) metal one away.
although the manufacturer warns about using the ceramic blades against bone, I find the ceramic Santoku makes an excellent carving knife, and it debones chicken like a scalpel. LOVE these products
keep in mind, this is CERAMIC, so it does break if you drop or torque it; have had my knife about 6 years & have never sharpened it-- still cuts like a razor
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