Monday, November 30, 2015

Holiday Gift Idea: Ozeri Ceramic Knife Set #HGG

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

Another fantastic idea for the home chef, the Ozeri OZK1 Elite Chef Ceramic 3-Piece Knife Set:

A necessity for the serious chef, the Elite Chef Black Ceramic Knife Set includes 3 ultra-sharp 100% ceramic knives that slice through fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats with unmatched ease. Coupled to perfectly balanced ergonomic handles, the Elite Chef Ceramic Knives render a wide variety of cutting tasks effortless, from chopping, to mincing, slicing and dicing. 

These distinctively shaped knives utilize the purest ceramic, with each blade close in hardness to diamonds and able to preserve its razor-sharpness 10 times longer than traditional steel blades. Unlike metal knives, the Ozeri Elite Chef Black Ceramic Knives do not corrode, rust or leach metal ions into food. They are impervious to moisture, oils and acids in common foods, and preserve their freshness despite long-term exposure to such foods. 

Finished with a reflective black veneer, each Ozeri ceramic knife weighs less than half of an equivalent metal knife, thereby reducing fatigue and pain associating with preparing big meals and repetitive cutting. 

We love these knives!  We have several ceramic knives in our knife cache and these are among the best.  The weight is perfect, light, but sturdy.  It's handy to have a variety of sizes to match the chopping chore.  These lovely knives can tackle pretty much every cutting challenge you throw their way and they look great doing it!

Any home chef would be happy to receive these fabulous knives as a gift this Christmas!

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