Behind the coloured blade of the ceramic knife are features such as extreme hardness, incredible sharpness and lightness. Second after diamond, ceramics is the hardest material, which allows the blade to be so incredibly thin and sharp with a sharpness that lasts for a long time.
Kyocera introduced the ceramic knife in 1984. Today, they are the world's leading manufacturers of high-quality ceramic knives. Kyocera got its name from a compound abbreviation of Kyoto Ceramic. The range includes everything from peelers, graters, mandolines and high-quality knives.