Kyocera Revolution Series 6 Inch Nakiri Vegetable Cleaver, White Blade

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Kyocera Revolution Series new advanced ceramic with a deeper blade and redesigned handle for precise control. The 6" Nakiri Vegetable Cleaver is a traditional Japanese shape used for mincing, slicing, and dicing vegetables for stir-fry, salads, soups and more. The squared-off tip helps for scooping up the results. The ergonomic handle provides for a comfortable and highly controlled grip. Simply hand wash or wipe clean with a towel. The fine ceramic knife leaves no metallic taste or odor and helps to maintain the freshness of fruit and vegetables. Sleek grounded, polished blade in white.

Details

Binding
Kitchen
EAN
4960664554331
Label
Kyocera
List Price
$99.95
Manufacturer
Kyocera
Product Group
Kitchen
Product Type Name
ABIS_KITCHEN
Publisher
Kyocera
Studio
Kyocera
Title
Kyocera Revolution Series 6 Inch Nakiri Vegetable Cleaver, White Blade
Feature
Recommended hand-wash and let dry
UPC
411378025531
Brand
Kyocera
MPN
FK-150-WH
Package Quantity
1
Height
1.1 inches
Length
14 inches
Weight
2.2 pounds
Width
3.3 inches
Material Type
ceramic
Material Type Set Element
ceramic
Model
FK-150 NWH
Color
White

Latest reviews

Value
3.00 star(s)
Performance
5.00 star(s)
Handle
2.00 star(s)
Blade
5.00 star(s)
Purchase Date
2011-04-15
Purchase Price
$77.71
Pros: light weight, laser sharp
Cons: possible sharpening difficulties, poor handle
I used tax refund money to buy this knife. NO, I didn't need another new knife, but I needed to buy something. First off, my compliments go to Cutlery and More. I ordered it Monday, it was in my hands Tuesday (+ free shipping). The title of this review says "White Blade", I got the black. NO difference other than cosmetic. After speaking with Kyocera, I learned that the only difference from the white is the addition of some carbon fiber crystals to give it the black color. Their Kyotop Damascus line, also black, is actually fired differently. This knife is very light and "laser"  (I learned that word in the forums, T-Y) sharp. The handle is plastic, and while it fits your hand nicely it also feels cheap. A "Fibrox" style handle would be an improvement. I think I will scuff mine up with some steel-wool to see if It will improve the grip. As for sharpening, Kyocera will sharpen it for free whenever I send it in. The rep said maybe a 10 day turnaround from Chicagoland. We'll see. Anyway, it has performed beautifully. I have cut some 100#'s or so of salad vegetables and as many #'s of steak medallions. With it's combination of weight/sharpness I've picked up more speed than before. I'm surprised I haven't cut myself. It's been dropped (not by me) twice, and doesn't show any chips/nicks. This knife is over 2x's the cost of any other knife I have. I will probably not be buying any more like it, but I am not at all sorry that I did. It's really cool. If you want to try a ceramic knife, this is a very good choice. 

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