March 9, 2005

Boker White Ceramic Kitchen KnivesCeramic Kitchen Knives

I've never owned a ceramic knife but I'm pretty sure I need one. I guess you don't even sharpen the knife. Has anyone used one of these.

"Boker White Ceramic Kitchen Knives hold their cutting edge far longer than any other knife. Only diamonds are harder than ceramic, and this hardness guarantees smooth, clean cuts. "When you've got a Boker ceramic knife in your hand, cooking is never dull."

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 9, 2005 7:00 PM
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I don't have a Boker, but I have a ceramic and an alloy knife. I love them. I rarely use anything else. I've given them as gifts and my friends love them, too. Just don't drop them and they'll last forever. Good luck!


Posted by: Chilegirl at October 15, 2007 7:27 AM

I bought one of these for my mom 9 years ago, and it's still her favorite knife. She doesn't use it for absolutely everything, as she knows it's a bit brittle, but it still has its edge, and loves it most for slicing tender produce like tomatoes. We got paperwork in the package that had service contact info direct to Boker, for the lifetime sharpness guarantee. Avoid chopping or scraping, and it'll cut like a scalpel forever. :)


Posted by: Andrew at October 24, 2005 7:41 PM

I was given a ceramic boker knife for my birthday by my daughter. It was expensive. I opened the box and tried to cut a tomato with the knife which promptly snapped in two. I tried to return it to the shop in Richmond (it had closed down) and then emailed the company direct. They directed me to a Wales based company who could not replace it but sent it back to the company for replacement. They inform me that they will not replace it without payment of Euros 29 as "These knives do not break unless used on inappropriate materials!". Tomatoes - innapropriate??? I obviously now have no where to go as the Wales based company has now also ceased trading with them.(I wonder why???) BUY THESE PRODUCTS AT YOUR OWN PERIL. ANY PROBLEMS WILL NOT BE DEALT WITH FAIRLY. THEY ARE EXPENSIVE AND THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO AFTER SALES SERVICE.


Posted by: a bell at August 15, 2005 9:27 AM
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