Product Review – Shenzhen Knives Ceramic Set
THE CERAMIC ADVANTAGE Imagine paper thin tomato slices or perfectly diced onions, Shenzhen Ceramic Knives give you precision slicing every time due to ceramic’s special material properties. The blade is made of an advanced ceramic called zirconium oxide that is much harder than steel, and second in hardness to only diamond.
Ceramic blanks are produced by dry pressing zirconia powder and subjecting the blanks through an advanced heating process called, sintering. The ceramic blanks are then sharpened and honed to a razor sharp edge and attached to the knife handle. This results in an extremely hard blade that maintains its edge approximately 10-15 times longer than steel knives. That means your ceramic knives can be used longer without resharpening.
Ceramic is also non-reactive, which means ceramic knives will not rust and are easy to clean. Because of their resistance to strong oils and acids, they won’t absorb flavors or odors from foods; which won’t leave any after-taste residue on foods that you slice. It also keeps fruit and vegetables from browning as quickly.
You can’t use ceramic knives to chop or cut through bones, cheeses and other hard foods. You will still need to use your steel knife for heavy duty cutting, but Shenzhen Knives are a perfect complement to your steel knives for slicing fruits and vegetables and other precision cutting tasks.
These knives are very sturdy, attractive and do a superb job with fruits and vegetables etc… I am able to cut the thinnest slices of tomatoes very easily. I have never had any other ceramic knives so I don’t have anything to compare it to but they work perfectly for anything I have tried so far. I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to try these and am sure they would make a perfect gift for anyone who loves the kitchen this holiday season. Check them out HERE.
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