NanoRazor Ceramic Knife Review

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Until I put the 3″ NanoRazor Ceramic Knife in my hands, I had never heard of a ceramic knife. Now I’ll never go back to a steel knife again.

Wikipedia says, “A ceramic knife is often made from zirconia. These knives are usually produced by dry pressing zirconia powder and firing them through solid-state sintering. The blade is then sharpened by grinding the edges with a diamond-dust-coated grinding wheel. Zirconia is 8.5 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, compared to 4.5 for normal steel and 7.5 to 8 for hardened steel and 10 for diamond. This very hard edge rarely needs sharpening.”

It’s strawberry season here in Florida, but a lot of the tops are still green and more firm than the ripe berry.  When I was cutting out the cores, I kept almost cutting my finger because when the sharp ceramic knife blade left the green part and hit the red part, it almost flew through my finger.  This ceramic knife was S H A R P!!!  Thankfully, it comes with a matching protective sleeve.

The ultra-sharp and gorgeous black blade that stays sharp for years delivering effortless, high-precision chopping, mincing, slicing, and dicing.  It’s made with a high-tech ceramic blade forged under more than 100 tons of pressure and over 2732º F to make it stronger and less porous than other ceramic blades.  It has a curved ergonomic handle that is easy to hold, non-slip, and helps reduce wrist fatigue.

This ceramic knife is triple polished with diamond wheels for a smooth finish and razor sharp edge.  This makes it rust- and corrosion-free and doesn’t react chemically with acids, oils, salts, or juices and it won’t change the flavor of your food like steel knives can.  It comes with a 90-day money back guarantee.

I highly recommend this ceramic knife.


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The NanoRazor ceramic knife comes in a high-quality gift box along with a vegetable peeler, which is equally as sharp as the knife.  What a fabulous gift this would make for the professional chef, hobby cook, or whoever does the cooking in your house.  


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