Kyocera ZK-110-BK-BK Shin Fruit and Vegetable Knife, Ceramic, Black, 22.4



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TL;DR Summary:
This product is a two-piece knife set made by KYOCERA with a black colour, featuring a blade made of Keramik and a handle made of Keramik and Kunststoff. It has a plain blade edge and measures 33.02 x 12.7 x 3.3 cm, weighing 55 grams. The anti-tick material is Kunststoff and Keramik and the product is dishwasher safe, with no assembly required. It has a two-year manufacturer warranty, no batteries required and an item model number of ZK-2PC- BK, which was first available on 2 September 2011. The customer reviews have an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars, based on 129 reviews, and it has not been discontinued by the manufacturer.

high-quality ceramic knife with flexible, ultra-sharp blade made of black, innovative zirconia ceramic (Z212) the dense and smooth surface of the black ceramic blade ensures absolutely precise cuts the ergonomically shaped soft-touch handle ensures comfortable and fatigue-free work ceramic knives do not transfer any metal ions and are therefore tasteless and tasteless odorless sharp twice longer than other Kyocera ceramic blades, and more break-resistant. Regrinding possible.

Blade material: Keramik


Colour: Schwarz

Handle material : ceramic,plastic

Blade edge : Simple

Product Dimensions: 33.02 x 12.7 x 3.3 cm; 55 Grams

Item Weight: 55 Grams

Anti-Tick Material : Plastic, Ceramic

Is Dishwasher Safe: Yes

Is Assembly Required: No

Number Of Pieces: 2

Warranty Description : 2 year manufacturer warranty.

Batteries Required: No

Item model number: ZK-2PC- BK

Date First Available: 2 Sept. 2011

Customer Reviews: 4.6 4.6 out of 5 stars
129 ratings

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No






Are Kyocera knives produced in Japan?

A portion of our finished products are also made in Japan, while the majority are produced in our factories located in China, Thailand, and Vietnam.

What is the reason that ceramic knives do not cut skin?

On this blade, the initial cutting zone is very thin, which results in a very sharp and narrow edge. This means it takes less effort to cut through something.

What causes ceramic knives to shatter?

Ceramic knives are incredibly sharp and resistant to wear, but their hardness also makes them prone to chipping or shattering. Kilcher explains, “They can be quite delicate.”

Is a ceramic knife more advantageous than a stainless steel one?

Ceramic knives are sharper and much lighter than steel, which makes them advantageous for fine slicing and decorative cutting. However, they are not designed to handle tough kitchen tasks, so steel is a more suitable option for those types of activities. Additionally, ceramic knives tend to keep their sharpness for a longer time.

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