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review by . June 17, 2010
This knife is very inexpensive compared to other ceramic knives. Heck, just a few years ago you couldn't buy one this large at all, so it was great to see this one come it at this price point.    The handle is plastic (which is fine), but looks and feels cheap (which is not). It is a pretty big mis-step, and when combined with the white blade and the light weight, the entire knife looks and feels like a plastic picnic knife. So, it is cool, but you aren't going to want to show …
review by . April 20, 2010
This Victorinox Ceramic Santoku Knife, 7-Inch is lovely to look at. While packaging doesn't make the product, I had to admire its bone-white blade pressed into the red flocked package insert. Very striking! I read the package insert since this is my first ceramic knife. It's made of zirconium oxide nearly as hard as diamonds; don't twist and pry with it or hold it in an open flame, unsuitable for "hitting," don't drop it on hard surfaces, wash and dry it and store it in its plastic sleeve, keep …
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