While we haven't any history with these ceramic knives, they are very sharp and seem well put together and finished. Time, and the occasional bone or hard surface will determine the longevity of their cutting edges.
These knives are extremely sharp and have a good feel to them. The nonslip handles are weighted and balanced. I was expecting flimsy blade covers but these are very sturdy. Very nice set of ceramic knives for a great deal.
I've had these knives for a few months now, and I tell you, they are ridiculously sharp and light.
HOWEVER, today, the large one fell off from 1M height, now it's in halves.
Here is a photo:
I'm not really happy, as I know that I have to take intensive care of the yet-to-be-broken ones.
i have purchased many similar knives, and the knives you sent me are not sharp. I'd say on average they are as sharp as the 3 year old set i have. which is what i was trying to replace. they are not good knives.
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