07 October 2013

Kyoto/Neuss − Ceramic knives from Kyocera always leave an impression – because they are so sharp, that they glide effortlessly through almost every kind of food. Already for almost three decades Kyocera produces kitchen knives made of fine ceramics. At that time, the company was one of the pioneers in the field of ceramic-knife-technology for domestic use.

 Nowadays, about 10 million sold Kyocera ceramic knives later, the sharp all-rounders have an almost legendary reputation – not only because of their longevity. Their high-quality and ergonomically formed blades cut meat, fish, vegetables and fruit with ease. Even tomatoes can be sliced extremely thin. In use, the blades do not adopt any odor and are not rusting of course.

Ceramic knives from Kyocera are available in many different styles and colors. The most recent example is the classy Japan-series with black blades made of zirconia ceramic and dark handles made of Pakka wood with stainless steel applications and rivets.

To protect the knives from unwanted damage, Kyocera offers a series of high-quality protectors for the sharp blades.

These are available in five different sizes and do not only offer a safe way to store the knives but make them even look good while lying in the kitchen drawer.

For more information about Kyocera: www.kyocera.eu

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