- Dimensiones del producto: 35,6 x 3,8 x 2,5 cm ; 132 g
- Número de modelo del producto: KT-200-HIP-D
- ASIN: B000OWIKW4
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 29 de junio de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.382.781 en Hogar y cocina (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar y cocina)
Kyocera KT-200-HIP-D Sashimi - Cuchillo estilo japonés (hoja de cerámica), color negro
- Mterial de la hoja: zirconia cerámica especial hip con apariencia sandgarden
- Con vaina protectora
- Mango: madera de pakka negra
- Filo extremo
- Filo extremadamente duradero
Advertencias: Prohibida su venta a menores de 18 años.
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El Sashimi KYOCERA KYOTOP Sandgarden Style con filo irregular y hoja de 20 cm es el cuchillo clásico para sushi siendo ideal para filetear pescado. ultraliviano. altamente higiénico sin sabor ni olor. no se oxida
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The knife itself came packaged as you'd expect for a knife of this price point. But when I took it out of the box, I could tell I was in for a different experience.
Of course, the dark gray blade and Damascus pattern is different, but the knife was also quite a bit lighter in weight than I'm accustomed to for this size blade. I'm not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing, but it feels very different in my hand. It's certainly razor sharp, and a glance under a high-power magnifier reveals a nearly perfect edge with no pits or ruts, even after being used several times. In comparison, my conventional knives always show some slight pitting after use when examined this way.
The handle shape is a bit straight and square, and I found it a little uncomfortable for my hand. I like slightly wider and rounded handles with a bit more heft to them, but this is a personal choice. The blade itself is also a bit thick - I'm sure this is a byproduct of the ceramic design, and no doubt it strengthens the knife, protecting it from breakage if twisted.
Only real complaint is that I found the finish of the handle a bit subpar for such an expensive knife. There were bits of flash from the manufacturing process that I would have expected to have been polished smooth.
Overall, I like it, and while I'm not sure I'll be buying a whole set, if you like ceramic knives, this might be just what you're looking for.
It is sharpened only on one side (the japanese way) and the handle feels a little odd too. I got used to it without a problem, but my husband hates it, so it is not for everyone. It does hold the edge very well. I do prefer it to all my other meat knives.
The main problem is sharpening. I like my meat knife to be very sharp. This one does not require sharpening as often, but it is a pain to sharpen. I bought the ceramic sharpener but it does not work that well, it takes a lot of time to sharpen this knife and the result is not as good as if you send it to kyocera to sharpen. So, in addition to the price you pay you will have to sharpen it for $10.
If you have extra $$$, you may want to try it, it looks and feels very good, but I would not recommend it to an average family or any of my friends.