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travanx

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Recently moved in with my fiance. We decided to get 3 Kyocera Ceramic knives and one chipped and the other cracked. She was not too happy about this, so I decided to do some better research on what we buy next.
 

Timthebeaver

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Recently moved in with my fiance. We decided to get 3 Kyocera Ceramic knives and one chipped and the other cracked. She was not too happy about this, so I decided to do some better research on what we buy next.
As you are in LA this is an easy fix. Visit Japanese Knife Imports and talk to Jon
 

mc2442

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I originally went the ceramic knife route a few years ago. I wish I would have found websites like this one back then as I still have them but they mostly just sit there. I got some of the higher end ones, which is a mistake. For their purpose, it is best that you get the cheaper ones as they are best treated as disposable. They were great to a point as they will stay sharp for a long time, but due to to the fragility and that it is nearly impossible to sharpen them effectively, they are meant to be replaced eventually.

Welcome!
 

tk59

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Yeah, talk to Jon but don't forget to post here. I don't see why he should get all the fun. :)
 

Dave Martell

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Oh man you're in LA? You're so screwed! Have fun and embrace it....oh and welcome! :)
 
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