Season’s Giftings from Kyocera: Gift Guide #1
December is upon us and minds are wandering toward gingerbread, mistletoe, and of course, holiday gifts! With so many high-performance kitchen tools to choose, why not give the gift of Kyocera Advanced Ceramics? This December, the Kyocera Gift Guide makes your holiday shopping easy by introducing some of Kyocera’s most popular gifts.
The first great gift from Kyocera: the Revolution series two-piece gift set—selected as one of Oprah’s favorite things for 2010! Kyocera’s Revolution series two-piece gift set features a 5.5-inch Santoku knife—perfect for working with vegetables, fruits, and boneless meats—and a 3-inch ergonomic paring knife. This sleek gift set can be ordered with white or black blades. An ideal cutlery starter set, these versatile knives make a thoughtful holiday present, hostess gift, or special treat for yourself. Oprah received her Kyocera Advanced Ceramics knife as a present from renowned chef Ming Tsai. Now it’s the only knife she uses in the kitchen!
What makes Kyocera ceramic knives so great? For one, they’re ultra sharp. Micro-grain ceramic creates a denser knife with a sharper cutting edge, which is why a Kyocera knife stays sharper ten times longer than a stainless steel knife. If the knife ever stops cutting to the desired satisfaction, Kyocera offers complimentary blade-sharpening services for the life of the knife. Kyocera ceramics offer a health-conscious alternative to stainless steel because it’s nonstick and less porous, which means metal ions, dirt, and bacteria won’t transfer to food. Kyocera ceramic knives are also easy to use. They’re lightweight and balanced, which makes for more even cuts and less muscle fatigue with prolonged use. All this, in a rustproof knife that’s 50-percent harder and more durable than stainless steel!
If you like Kyocera’s two-piece gift set, you’ll love the other items in the Revolution series! Featuring a slicing knife, a vegetable cleaver, and even a sushi knife, Kyocera cutlery is a true culinary treasure. Just ask Oprah!