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This set includes the most popular Shenzhen knives, which are the 6.5” chef’s knife, 5” slicing knife, and the 4” paring knife. It can cover most cutting jobs. The Shenzhen Ceramic Knives give you precision slicing every time due to ceramic’s special material properties. The blades on the knives are made from advanced ceramic, Zirconium Oxide, which is much harder than steel, and second in hardness to only diamond. This means that the knives can be used for a long time without having to be sharpened.
Ceramic is also non-reactive, which means ceramic knives will not rust and are easy to clean. They will not absorb flavors or odors from foods, which means they will not leave an after-taste residue on foods that you slice. However, they cannot chop or cut through bones, cheese and other hard foods so they will never replace your steel knives. However, they are also when it comes to fruits and vegetables.
Shenzhen Knives are the leading online brand of ceramic knives. They originated more than 25 years ago and they have been selling for a steady price since even though they have improved the ceramic technology and manufacturing.
When I saw the opportunity to review the 3 piece ceramic knife set from Shenzhen it was curiosity that urged me to apply. I have never used a ceramic knife so I wanted to see how it worked. I have always used regular knives, Cutco to be exact, so I was up for the challenge. Well, during the week I love to have salads, Cutco knives are sharp, and I occasionally have accidents. Therefore, when I made my salad this week I decided to try the Shenzhen knives. The knives work great; they cut smooth, and are very easy to use. I would not say they are overly sharp because the day they first arrived I ran my finger on them just to see how sharp they actually were.
Overall, I am going to say that they are good knives and I would recommend them to people who have to cut fruits and vegetables regularly. I would not recommend putting them in this dishwasher and before using them, you are going to want to be familiar with the care instructions.
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