Good As New: Re-sharpened Kyocera Knife

kyocera knife before and after sharpeningRecently, I packed up the worn Kyocera ceramic knife I’ve been using and shipped it to Kyocera’s re-sharpening facility. A week and a half and $10 later (this re-sharpening fee includes return shipping), the chip in it is gone, and it swiftly and smoothly slices through fruits and vegetables just like it did when it was new. Awesome.

I love preparing ingredients for meals with this knife. It cuts well, and its light weight and nicely molded handle make it comfortable to use, so long as I’m careful about my knife skills.

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