New Kyocera Ultimate Ceramic Chef Set Features Essential Knives for Home Chefs
Kyocera is offering a new three-piece ceramic knife set targeting both ceramic knife aficionados and users of metal cutlery who want to expand their collection to enjoy the specialized benefits that ceramic cutlery offers.
Featuring three of the most popular knife sizes, this essential knife set includes a 6-inch Chef’s Knife for cutting fruits, vegetables, boneless meats and fish; a 5-inch Micro-Serrated Knife with a serrated edge for effortlessly gliding through tomatoes, peaches, nectarines and bread; and a 3-inch Paring Knife for trimming, peeling, mincing and creating garnishes.
Kyocera’s proprietary ceramic features a stronger, denser blade that holds its edge 10 to 15 times longer than steel blades. This means cutting with razor-sharp precision, and it also means significantly less maintenance over time.
Incredibly light and perfectly balanced, Kyocera ceramic knives reduce fatigue during repetitive cutting tasks. They are designed with deeper blades for greater knuckle clearance. The thinner, sharper blade provides minimal resistance, requiring less pressure when cutting.
Kyocera’s white ceramic blades are also pure and chemically inert, so they won’t brown foods or transfer a metallic taste or smell. And, the blade will never rust or stain, because ceramic is impervious to acids, oils and salts.
Perfect for everyday use, this ceramic knife set is incredibly easy to clean: simply rinse quickly and wipe with a towel.
Kyocera is the only ceramics company to offer a lifetime warranty and lifetime sharpening on its cutlery. If the knife is chipped or damaged, the company will replace it. These knives do not need to be sharpened often, but when they do, the company offers complimentary sharpening to a factory-new edge with just a $10 shipping and handling fee.
The Kyocera Ultimate Ceramic Chef Set is available for immediate shipment, with a suggested retail price of $99.95.
Kyocera is the innovation leader in ceramic cutlery and kitchen tools. For more information, visit www.KyoceraAdvancedCeramics.com.