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.