Revolution Series Santoku Knife & Slicer Set (2 PC)

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Revolution Series Santoku Knife & Slicer Set (2 PC)

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Revolution Series Santoku Knife and Slicer Set:


  • One advanced ceramic Santoku knife, blade measures 5½ inches in length
  • One Adjustable Slicer with hand guard, measures 11 inches in length by 4 inches in width


  • Advanced ceramic blades offer superior edge retention
  • Ceramic is a pure, healthy alternative that will never rust or change from its natural state
  • Strength and density of advanced ceramic allows grinding to microscopic precision
  • Set is perfect for slicing and peeling fruits, vegetables and cheeses
  • Smooth, polished surface resists germs and is resistant to acids, oils and salts
  • Slicer creates perfect slices in 4 different widths: 1/2 mm, 1 3/10 mm, 2 mm and 3 mm
  • Hand wash knife, slicer is dishwasher safe


  • Cutting hard or frozen foods or bones
  • Dropping on hard surfaces
  • Carving, prying, flexing or scraping
  • Cutting on marble, glass, stone or tile

Manufacturer's five year warranty. Kyocera offers complimentary knife resharpening (see package insert for details).

Material: Zirconium oxide, ABS plastic and ABS resin

Brand: Kyocera

Origin: Japan

Japanese tradition informs every facet of Kyocera kitchenware, from its cutlery patterned after the gardens in Zen monasteries to the opal inlays in the handles of its pocketknives. Founded in Kyoto as a ceramics company, the brand has leveraged its expertise with the material, pioneering the use of ceramic knives that are stronger, sharper, and more lightweight than steel. (The blades also rust-resistant and will not alter the taste of food.) Today, Kyocera has a global reach, and its slicing, peeling, and paring knives have become the secret weapons of the world’s top chefs.