|商品尺寸||35.56 x 2.79 x 8.38 cm; 104 克|
|尺寸||6-inch Nakiri Vegetable Cleaver|
Kyocera 京瓷 Revolution Nakiri 陶瓷刀，蔬菜切菜刀，6 英寸（约15.24厘米），黑色
- Kitchen knives
- Cutlery storage and accessories
- Slicers and peelers
- Graters and scrapers
- Travel mugs
- Spice grinders and mills
- Home knife sharpeners
Advanced Ceramic Kitchen Knives
Kyocera's most popular advanced ceramic knife series for home and professional meal preparation. They are lightweight for ease of use in repetitive slicing tasks, producing less fatigue on hands and wrists. Our ceramic blades are ultra-sharp and hold their edge up to 10 times longer. The beveled doubled-sided, cutting edge will thinly fruits and vegetables, becoming a favorite knife in the kitchen.
- Ideal for prepping and straight cuts of fruits, vegetables and boneless fish and meats.
- Always use with a plastic or wood cutting board. Avoid cutting on marble, stone, glass, plates or tile.
- Not meant for carving, prying, boning, and cutting hard foods, including hard cheese which involve twisting/flexing and requires a more flexible material, like steel.
- Our knives are dishwasher safe however, place on the top rack separate from other metal utensils.
Kyocera Advanced Ceramics
Blades Made in Japan
The set includes the zirconia Z206 blades and are Kyocera's proprietary advanced ceramic formula made exclusively in Japan. The advanced ceramic material has very dense sub-micron particles, which leave minimal voids. This translates into a stronger, denser blade that holds an edge longer than other ceramic knives - period! We are trusted brand that has been manufacturing ceramic knives since 1984.
Lightweight with an Unrelenting Sharpness
Kyocera ceramic cutlery is typically half the weight of equivalent steel knives, which require a full tang to achieve proper balance. Since the ceramic blade is so light, no artificial weight is added to the handle. There is minimal resistance when slicing. Clean, precise, less-intrusive cuts, requiring less pressure is what makes the Kyocera ceramic knife so unique.
Open Stock or Sets are available in Black or White Blades
The Revolution Series is also available in a black blade if you prefer a stainless steel-looking aesthetic. We also offer a full range of sizes, styles and colors for personal preference. Also available in 2 piece, 3 piece and 4 piece gift sets. Consider purchasing a storage solution for Kyocera knives as well as one of our diamond wheel home sharpeners for easy maintenance of the cutting edge. Kyocera also offers professional sharpening. See care and use guidelines.
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I have now purchased about 3 different ceramic knives from different brands and I am kicking myself and am about to re order this knife! I might go for the extra inch and purchase the 8” instead. It is a little more expensive but well worth it for me when cutting large heads of lettuce.
ABSOLUTELY NOTHING compares to the quality, feel, and overall craftsmanship of this knife!
This was really a sharp knife for mincing, dicing, and chopping. You do have to be extremely careful since it is ceramic and really light weight!
The ergonomic design will help reduce fatigue and helps create clean cuts and less stress.
HAND WASH ONLY!!! Don’t be silly and put this in the dishwasher!
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Above was for knife #2. Now we are on knife #3 (7" this time).
Stays sharp for a long time
Cleans up effortlessly
Cannot be used in the same manner as a steel chef’s knife
Weightless, feels odd in hand
Requires awareness to ensure ceramic bits don’t end up in food
When I first got this I hated it. It is as light as a feather and the handle is very slim. There is no balance when cutting, if you are used to beefier steel knives. What’s funny is that my discomfort with using it led me to investigate cutting techniques, and I came to find out I was gripping knives incorrectly my whole life. Instead of pinching the handle, like I used to do, I now pinch the blade where it meets the handle. The knife became more comfortable to use after making this change, although the weight still leaves a lot to be desired.
I broke my first one carving a turkey. I don’t blame the knife for this. I was in a pinch and people were hungry but the bird’s last effort was to break the tip off the knife.
The second one left dozens of chips in a cantaloupe. I blamed the knife that time.
My third one is ok so far but I’m frankly tired of all the care and thought that goes into using it. Crushing garlic is the biggest problem. Use a metal knife, or take chances with the ceramic. I’m now taking my chances because I’m sick of using two knives for one job.
Bottom line: buy it only if you are trying to impress friends with cool looking gadgets that mostly work. But if you are a seasoned cook who needs a knife that does all you need and let’s you focus on the task at hand, stick with steel.