Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Paring Knife

Made in Japan of an advanced ceramic, the blade of this paring knife holds its exceptionally sharp edge up to ten times longer than steel and won't react with foods. The knife's remarkably lightweight, ergonomic design reduces fatigue during repetitive cutting chores. Its compact size and sharp point make it perfect for smaller tasks, such as peeling fruits and mincing vegetables. Blade is made from zirconium oxide, a state-of-the-art ceramic that holds a razor-sharp edge far longer than traditional steel. Cuts through fresh produce and boneless meats with remarkable ease and precision. Weighing less than a comparable steel knife, this ceramic knife is very nimble and easy to maneuver. Nonreactive blade won't discolor foods or affect flavors. Resin handle is contoured for a comfortable grip. 3" blade. Made in China (blade manufactured in Japan).
Average Customer Rating:
4.333 out of 5
4.3
 out of 
5
(3 Reviews) 3
3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Paring Knife
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
dvious
,San Diego
,CA
July 20, 2014
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:1 - 5 years
Uses product:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Powerful Little Knife
July 20, 2014
It's funny how much action this little knife gets in our kitchen. We have all these expensive Shun and Wusthof knives (which we love of course) but we end up using THIS ceramic paring knife all the time for quick jobs - especially cutting fruit and veggies. It's lightweight, super sharp, and easy to handle. We've had this one knife for almost two years now and it's still just as good as new.
Note: I always have to warn guests (or my nieces and nephews) to be careful when they use this knife. Looks can be deceiving! For some reason, everyone that sees it assumes it's a cute-looking, dull, plastic toy knife. Then they cut into their first item and realize just how sharp it is!
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Quality, Balance, Easy to Clean, Easy to Store, Size, Strength, Versatile, Sharpness, Shape, Weight
Review 2 for Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Paring Knife
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
norskecook
,Lynnwood
,Wa
June 24, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:1 - 3 months
Uses product:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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love these knives
June 24, 2013
these are now my knives, really sharp.
easy to clean
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Balance, Easy to Clean, Size, Versatile, Sharpness, Weight, do not cut bones with them
Review 3 for Kyocera Revolution Ceramic Paring Knife
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
zandrala
,Hartford
,CT
January 29, 2013
Ability level:Intermediate
Has owned product for:1 - 4 weeks
Uses product:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Very sharp - not sure of sturdiness . . . .
January 29, 2013
I received a set of the paring knife and a Santoku knife for Christmas from a friend who never thought my knives were sharp enough. And was he ever right - although I wasn't aware until I had these to compare with my old ones and even initially cut my fingers several times..
On New Years Eve, friends were doing the dishes and the garbage disposal got turned on with the pairing knife in it, so the blade was decimated. I bought this one to replace it. Then I dropped the sankoka knife off of my countertop, and the very tip of the blade broke off, I'm still using it though.
I love the way they feel in my hand and how very sharp they are, now that I've gotten over cutting myself. I'm even doing new recipes cause it's easy and actually a pleasure to cut and chop. Not sure if I can say they are sturdy or not - or it is just the cruel and unusual treatment they have received in my household. I still love them and have vowed to be more attentive.
Pros: Easy to Use, Easy to Clean, Sharpness
Cons: maybe not sturdy