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Thoughts on these ceramic knives??


Seda Ultra Sharp 5 Piece Ceramic Knife Set w/ 5" Utility, 6" Slicer, 6" Chef, 3" & 4" Pairing Knives!

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Features Include:

Ceramic knife set includes: 3” paring knife, 4” paring knife, 5” utility knife, 6” slicer knife & 6” chef knife
State-of-the-art ceramic blades hold a razor-sharp edge ten times longer than steel
Designed to slice, mince, and dice boneless meats and fresh produce with unrivaled ease and precision
The lightweight knives are extremely balanced for optimal cutting performance
Ergonomic handle reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting
The blades are impervious to acids, juices, oils, salts and other elements;
Look and design of the knives will stay clean through repetitive use
Ceramic doesn’t alter the taste, smell, or appearance of food
The ceramic design does not stick to the food
Hand-wash only



hard to beat for $35, dont ya think?









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BRgetthenet
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re: Thoughts on these ceramic knives??


For $35, why not..

When they dull, pitch'em.






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wiltznucs
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Did a quick Google search, I'm a bit uncomfortable buying anything thats sold only direct from the manufacturer or by deal a day websites. I'd pass, but at $35 if they suck you really didnt blow the bank...





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Uncle JackD
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re: Thoughts on these ceramic knives??


You get what you pay for has been my experience.





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Degas
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re: Thoughts on these ceramic knives??


It's difficult to tell from the pic if the ceramic blades continue down through the handle. Some cheaper knife sets simply plug the blade into the tip of the handle.





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hawkster
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You get what you pay for has been my experience.


I doubt if you'd even come out that well on this deal.






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tigeryat
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re: Thoughts on these ceramic knives??


I've tried a few ceramics and I think I like my steel better. If find the steel blades are sharpened on a smaller angle and just cut better. I do use the ceramics occassionally, and they do hold their edge, but if I need a clean cut, I grab my Henckels.

But those black Keyoceras are cool looking.






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dpd901
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Just buy the Henkel's 4-Star II's and be done with it. Had mine for 2 years and steel them on the reg. Haven't lost thier edge at all.





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