Originally Posted by BBQ Fish
But, it is ceramic, and while they say it's hard as diamonds, i've as well heard of the chipping and breaking as well. Plus about the sending back to the manufacturer to get sharpened i didn't like, and that is the only reason i own my global set instead of kyocera!
Since it really wasn't MY money .... and Williams Sonoma said they would take it back if it chipped or broke through no fault of my own (i knew someone who broke one cutting a potato!) ...
I probably would not have purchased it with my own $$.
As sharp or sharper than the Globals I've used.
Globals are fabulous knives if they fit your hand. They feel terrible to me, so I could never use one. But they are light and really, really sharp.