Quentons Ceramic Universal Santoku Knife 5 Blade (Titanium Coated) in Gift Box
The sharp ceramic blade is coated with Titanium Nitride which prevents the cutting edge from wearing out or going blunt. Moreover, titanium is an anti-allergic material. Ceramics and titanium give an optimum combination of features: sharpness of ceramic and durability of titanium.
Ergonomic curved design of a grip handle provides maximum comfort while using.
Santoku are general-purpose kitchen knives originating in Japan. Such cutlery is ideal for cutting fish, meat, vegetables, fruit and some other food products. There are three main cutting tasks which this knife performs well: slicing, dicing, and mincing.
The knife was exclusively made by Quentons for Joy Lands company and comes in an elegant box, making this a perfect culinary gift.
Ceramic material itself is zirconium oxide. Such material and appropriate technologies allow to achieve knives with the finest characteristics: hardness, low weight, high durability, stain resistance and chemical inertness.
Ceramic knives must be handled with care and stored safely. It means they must be stored separately from other knives or in special knife blocks. Do not use them in cutting hard materials such as frozen food or bones, otherwise they can become blunt or even crack
Ceramic knives are scientifically proven not to be contaminated by acids, juices, salt or other substances during food preparation. Consequently, the knives will not affect the taste of the food or its healthy properties - an ideal choice for mothers having babies. Strong smells of fish, garlic, onion and etc. are easily washed up with warm water.