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Ceramic knives

Sharp ceramic knives that are ideal for slicing and chopping. Here at Nordic Nest, you will be able to choose from a hand-picked assortment of high-quality ceramic blades that are light in weight and do not rust, from top quality Scandinavian and global brands.
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Kyocera FK ceramic santoku knife - 14 cm - Kyocera
Kyocera FK ceramic santoku knife, 14 cm
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Kyocera FK ceramic paring knife - 7.5 cm - Kyocera
Kyocera FK ceramic paring knife, 7.5 cm
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Kyocera FK ceramic skal/vegetable knife - 11 cm - Kyocera
Kyocera FK ceramic skal/vegetable knife, 11 cm
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Kyocera FK ceramic vegetable knife  - 13 cm - Kyocera
Kyocera FK ceramic vegetable knife , 13 cm
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Kyocera FK ceramic santoku knife - 16 cm - Kyocera
Kyocera FK ceramic santoku knife, 16 cm
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Ceramic knives in stylish designs

Ceramic knifes are known for their light weight, thin blade and ability to stay sharp for a long time, which make them an excellent choice for those who do a lot of chopping and dicing in the kitchen. They are an ideal option for those who don’t want the hassle of regularly sharpening metal blades.

Here you will be able to find a large assortment of high-quality ceramic knives by popular brands and designers.

The advantages of a ceramic knife

  • Ceramic knives are light in weight which makes them easy to handle.
  • They do not rust or stain.
  • They can be used to cut acidic food as the acids do not affect the ceramic.
  • They stay sharp for a longer time than steel knives.
  • They have a thin blade which allows you to cut fine slices of fruits and vegetables.

How to use a ceramic knife

When using your ceramic knife, you should take care not to twist or flex the blade as this can cause the knife to break. Rather, you should cut straight up and down.

A ceramic knife should not be used to pry or crush food items, as this can result in chipping or breaking of the blade.

How are ceramic knives made?

Ceramic knives are designed with an advanced ceramic material called Zirconium Dioxide which has been dry-pressed and fired at an intense heat. The blades are then sharpened on a grinding wheel and then coated in a diamond dust. The result is a very hard and light blade with an edge that will stay sharp for long.

How to clean your ceramic kitchen knife

Ceramic knives should be washed by hand with a mild detergent and warm water. They should never be placed in the dishwasher. This is because the high-water pressure in the dishwasher may cause the knife blade to chip or crack from clashing against other dishes. The high heat from the dishwasher can also damage the knife.

How to store your ceramic cutting knife

In order to keep your ceramic knife in good condition, it is important that it is stored correctly. Some brands, such as Tefal, offer ceramic knives with specially designed cases that allow you to keep the blade sharp and protected.

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