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Why ceramic

Feinzer ceramic knives are the latest high-tech addition to the modern kitchen.They have numerous advantages over traditional steel knives. Once you have tried Feinzer you will never go back.

 sharp             no rust               fresh

Ultra sharp -
up to 10 times longer than steel

Ceramic knives are made of zirconium oxide (also called zirconia), a high-tech type of ceramic, with hardness second to diamonds. On the Mohs scale of mineral hardness Zirconia ranks 8.5 mohs vs 6 - 6.5 mohs for hardened steel, and 10 mohs for diamonds. The result is that ceramic blades are sharper and stay sharp for much longer than any steel ones – usually several years.
   

Do not rust nor smell

Unlike steel, zirconium is highly resistant to corrosion by alkalis, acids, salt water and other agents and as a result never rusts. This not only helps to maintain sharpness of ceramic knives but also eliminates specific metallic taste and will not alter the flavours of your food In addition, as ceramic is not susceptible to food acids, they will never become discoloured.
   

Helping you stay healthy

Ceramic knives ensure, that food stays fresher for longer. It won't wane or oxidize fruit and vegetables upon cutting. Ceramic is chemically inactive, so the knife will maintain food's taste without leaving metal smell or discolouring your fruits and vegetables. Ceramic knives will help you stay healthy and retain food’s nutritional benefits.
         
 lightweight    clean    no tears

Lightweight

Ceramic knives are very lightweight, offering more than 50% weight saving compared to traditional knives. This will reduce the amount of physical effort and fatigue during cutting tasks.
 

Easy to clean

Feinzer ceramic knives come with a non-stick surface, so they can easily be cleaned.
 

Less tears with onions

Another benefit of ultra-sharpness is that there is less damage and compression force applied to your fruits and vegetables during cutting. As a result you will experience noticeable reduction in tears while cutting onions.