Kyocera Kyotop Damascus Ceramic Chef's Knife

Kyocera Kyotop Damascus Ceramic Chef's Knife

Boasting an ultra-light weight and Pakka wood handle, the Kyocera Kyotop Damascus Ceramic Chef's Knife ($205) is a step above your average steel blade. The strength and density of Kyotop's ceramic blade allow it to be sharpened using diamond wheels, resulting in a razor-sharp blade that remains sharp up to ten times longer than its steel equivalent, and offers Juggernaut-like resistance to acids, juices, oils, salts and other elements.

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