A knife is a knife…unless it’s ceramic! #OliverKline

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I’ve always thought a knife is a knife is a knife. I’m guilty as charged, caught using a butter knife to cut anything and everything, and granted not very well. My culinary school graduate brother would just shake his head. He’s always appreciated the right tools for the job and in the kitchen it’s no different. He’s the reason why I’d even heard of ceramic knives before. What I will tell you is, my brother the chef, is totally right. Ceramic knives are the only way to slice and dice in the kitchen!

Why is ceramic better?

Ceramic knives hold an edge longer than any other type of knife and will never rust, plus they are easier to clean. Bye-bye stainless steel with all your glitter and gleam (and eventual rusty spots). Ceramic knives are resistanct to strong acid and caustic substances, and retain a sharp cutting edge longer than forged metal knives.

So, ceramic knives look better and stay sharper longer…Now which ceramic knives do you want in your kitchen?

Oliver & Kline ceramic knives are the perfect solution. With functionality and style being the prime considerations, this 3 piece set includes a 6″ Chef knife, a 5″ Utility/Slicing knife, and a 4″ Fruit/Paring knife that comes in a quality storage box with a magnified clasp lid. This box is perfect for storing your Oliver & Kline knives, although I’d much rather display them (out of reach) in my kitchen because they truly are beautiful. With an ABS rubber coating handle, these Zirconia ceramic knives allow for a solid, no-slip grip even when your hands are wet. I have tried a few other ceramic knives and they have been okay, but the Olvier & Kline knives are the most comfortable in my hand and are definitely what I would consider a high end ceramic knife set at a very affordable price.

Get your own set of Oliver & Kline ceramic knives direct from Amazon.com and enjoy free shipping with Amazon Prime!

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17 Responses

  1. Sherri says:

    I had no idea that ceramic knives were even a thing! Very cool.

  2. Lorane says:

    These Oliver & Kline ceramic knives ceramic knives seem like a great investment. I like that they are easy to clean. You are so right about stainless steel they always do get rust spots … eventually

  3. Mykidsguide says:

    I love using my ceramic knife. I love that I don’t need to sharpen the blade. You just have to very careful not to drop it because it breaks easily.

  4. Tee says:

    I’ve never heard of ceramic knifes before. I really need a new set. Glad that they are available through Amazon.

  5. I need new knives, I will definitely check these out! Thanks!

  6. Rosey says:

    I saw a ceramic set I really, really wanted. I liked the colors, lol. I’ve never tried one yet though.

  7. Erlene says:

    I had no idea that ceramic held it’s edge better than metal. Will have to look into these knives.

  8. Maggie says:

    I’ve heard so much about these ceramic knives and they look like they work great! I need to get some of those!

  9. Liz Mays says:

    These knives would be cool to try out. I don’t have experience with them but they seem really nice!

  10. Pam Stultz says:

    Good knives are a must in my kitchen. It’s amazing the difference a good knife makes with ease of prepping and serving.

  11. I have the worst knives in my house!! They are so dull and old! I need to invest in a new one – a couple of new one ad really good ones too! i will check these out

  12. What a beautiful knife (gee, that looks even stranger when you type it as when you say it out loud!). I have always been a little leary about purchasing a ceramic knife fearful that the kids could drop it and shatter it. Looks like this set is sturdy and it’s such a nice set!

  13. Elizabeth O. says:

    I love using ceramic knives for cutting ingredients! It’s lightweight and it’s always sharp. What I don’t like about it is that it’s also fragile, but aside from that, ceramic is always the way to go!

  14. Marya says:

    I’ve never heard of ceramic knives. I really need to get myself some good knives!!

  15. that is a cool knife set. I have never thought to use ceramic.

  16. I am so glad I saw this. I’ve never heard of ceramic knives and as I was doing my Fall clean up I noticed that my knives are getting a little dull. I need to get a new set. There’s nothing worse than slicing and dicing with dull knives!

  17. Robin Rue (@massholemommy) says:

    That sounds like a really nice set of knives. My knife set is SO old and really could stand to be replaced.

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