Kyocera Revolution Series Ceramic Knives
Kyocera Revolution Series Ceramic Knives
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Ceramic blades are harder than steel, which means they will hold their edge even longer. These from Kyocera feature ceramic blades ground with microscopic precision by diamond wheels Read More

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RidevaDemocritus
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Mar 2, 2018
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I have one of these as a paring knife, and it's my go-to for avocado prep, especially when I'm dicing it. I can do it in-rind; the rounded tip doesn't poke through, and it glides nicely through the delicious green fatty flesh of the avocado. However, that's about all I use it for. I prefer my steel knives for everything else in the kitchen.
Mar 2, 2018
rrosenb3
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Feb 28, 2018
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I want to get the 4.5 inch utility blade but its not available at checkout?
' Note: At checkout, choose from the following: 3-inch paring knife, 4.5-inch utility knife (+ $3), 5.5-inch santoku knife (+ $15), 7-inch chef's knife (+ $25), 7-inch serrated bread/slicing knife (+ $25), and 8-inch professional chef's knife (+ $30). Quantities are limited to 50 units of each model. Due to the sensitive nature of shipping knives internationally, we are able to ship only some of the knives on Massdrop to select countries. It is the responsibility of the buyer to know and comply with all importation regulations and local laws. Click here for additional information. Quantities are limited. '
Feb 28, 2018
Jaggi
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Feb 28, 2018
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> choose from the following: 3-inch paring knife, 4.5-inch utility knife (+ $3), 5.5-inch santoku knife (+ $15), 7-inch chef's knife (+ $25), 7-inch serrated bread/slicing knife (+ $25), and 8-inch professional chef's knife (+ $30).
Only three of these are listed in checkout (3-inch parer, 5.5-inch santoku and 7-inch chef's). What happened to the other three?
Feb 28, 2018
RogierFvV
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Dec 5, 2017
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I love these knives for their sharpness, but they would not be my first choice. I still prefer steel, even with the maintenance. The weight is more comfortable to me. The fact that you cannot crush garlic with a ceramic blade is a serious detraction to me. The paring knife is too wide for comfort, so I cannot use it off the cutting board, which is what a paring knife is for. For certain jobs I clearly prefer them.
Dec 5, 2017
Rob131974
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Nov 19, 2017
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Does anyone know if this knife comes with a sheath?
Nov 19, 2017
PaganD
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Feb 22, 2019
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Lots of hard earned experience in actually using different ceramic knives then sharpening them, not just Kyocera & learning about different ceramic materials used to make cutters & blades. Also carried over applied extensive, hard earned experience from using various steel knives over many years which principles & practical methods are much the same. Hope this answers your question. Hope you have a great day !
Feb 22, 2019
Kip12345
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Mar 12, 2019
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It would have been faster to just say I have none, the Worksharp with the right belts work great on ceramic. This is based on actual first hand experience, you’re welcome.
Mar 12, 2019
Elarandir
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Oct 23, 2017
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Is this the same kyocera as the ones that make cutting tools?
Oct 23, 2017
PaganD
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Mar 1, 2018
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Mar 1, 2018
Exonautic
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Mar 4, 2018
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so not the printer company, cause that there threw me for a loop considering i work with the things all day.
Mar 4, 2018
silverdragon11127
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Oct 19, 2017
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If someone is planning on buying all of these knives for a set, what would be a good in knife block for them?
Oct 19, 2017
xaronax
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Nov 19, 2017
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Kyocera has a selection of blocks on their website. You can probably find them on Amazon as well.
Nov 19, 2017
Rob131974
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Nov 19, 2017
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Amazon had many different types of universal blocks.
Nov 19, 2017
KM1337
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Oct 18, 2017
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These are better than their phones, right?
Oct 18, 2017
SeadonkeyLove
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Feb 27, 2018
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Haha
Feb 27, 2018
Pet4a
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Oct 17, 2017
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Made in Japan?
Oct 17, 2017
kstokley
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Buying Manager
Oct 20, 2017
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Yes
Oct 20, 2017
chris_b
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Feb 28, 2018
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Sorry for the late addition, I'm pretty new here but posting this for others in the future. For the Revolution knives, only the blades are manufactured in Japan. The knives are assembled in China and the blades are sharpened in China. From their web site: "Where are Kyocera knives made? All of Kyocera’s ceramic knives are designed in Japan.  All of Kyocera’s zirconia blades are manufactured in Japan.  Kyotop and LTD series are exclusively made in Japan.  The Revolution series knives are assembled and sharpened in China."
https://kyoceraadvancedceramics.com/ceramic-advantage/frequently-asked-questions
Feb 28, 2018
vvvbj
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Aug 24, 2017
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In before 'cheaper on amazon'
Aug 24, 2017
vvvbj
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Aug 29, 2017
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If you're fine with a white blade (same product just different color) it's 50...
Aug 29, 2017
xaronax
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Nov 19, 2017
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Kyocera charges a premium for black because it's higher quality, and so they are more expensive. HIP makes the knife harder and more durable. Not the same product. Don't be a dick.
Nov 19, 2017