Help with Kyocera ceramic knife

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jeyjey2

Help with Kyocera ceramic knife

I have decided to buy the above knife but I am not sure which one to buy. I origanally thought of the 13cm slicing knife but I am wondering if this will be big enough. I mainly want this knife for carving meat but none of the knives are called "carving knife". The price of the 13cm is more in my price range but I don't want to pay all that money and it will not be suitable for carving meat. Hope someone can help me with this question.

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Liz from Cumbria

Ceramic knife

Hi Jeyjey, I think for carving purposes you'll need a larger knife. The 13cm would be a great slicing knife but 19/20cm would be more of a carving knife length. Sorry, I know that the smaller one is more in your price range but I really don't think you'll be thrilled with it as a carver.

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jeyjey2

Help with Kyocera ceramic knife

Thanks Liz thats what I thought will have to think about wether I want to pay the extra

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cjacob1966

cheaper ceramic knives

I have three ceramic knives that I bought from Aldi for around a tenner each. I have been using them for months and they are great.

Aldi tend to repeat their offers every few months so if you have the patience to wait you could get a bargain.

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lalago

the fuboon ceramic knife

I agree with cjacob1966,a cheaper ceramic knife with High Cost-Effective...

I also have 2 ceramic knives with fuboon logo,I have been using them more than 2 monthes...they are so great.

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Rosemary S

13cm half price at Lakeland

Lakeland have a great sale on just now. The 13cm Kyocera ceramic knife is £24.99. It would be a good size utility knife for you.

 
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