Lakeland Ceramic Chef's Knife
One super-thinly sliced tomato is all it will take to convert you to ceramic knives. Slicing soft foods, like onions, tomatoes, meat or fish, with precision, the black, mirror-polished blades of these beautiful knives will retain their cutting edge for much longer than conventional, forged steel knives and will rarely, if ever, need sharpening.
Crafted from zirconium ceramic for durability, they will not rust, do not brown fruit or vegetables and are a lightweight joy to handle. Each one is decorated with the Chinese symbol for ceramic along the blade and comes with its own protective sheath.
Take care of your ceramic knives – they should not be bent, dropped, used to crush food, cut bone or frozen food – and they will reward you with many years of effortless slicing.
Cat Ref: SKU 16292
15cm (6") blade
- Age restriction applies. You must be 18 or over to buy this item
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Lakeland Ceramic Chef's Knife Customer Reviews
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Wow !” by P Lll
Thought this would be a good treat to try. First test, hold it with two fingers and draw it across a plum... The blade just sinks straight in! Same with tomatoes. Very very very sharp. Very light to hold and work with. Only downside I can see at present is you can't lay it flat to crush garlic (or so instructions tell me) and it won't stick to our magnetic wall rack. Could do with a magnetic cover for that.
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Brilliant” by John
amazing results I think I could shave with it I agree with the other review it definately needs a magnetised cover I have overcome this by sticking magnet strip to the cover works great something your manufacturers could come up with even if it increases the cost by 50p or a little more
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