Edge of Belgravia Ceramic Onyx Kitchen Knives for £105.98 delivered (Normally £264.50) @ KGBDeals
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Edge of Belgravia Ceramic Onyx Kitchen Knives for £105.98 delivered (Normally £264.50) @ KGBDeals

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Found 6th Jan 2012
From what I have been reading online, these are the crème de la crème of kitchen knives. I'm sure some of you cooking guru's will confirm.

Any chef or avid home cook will know the importance of a great set of knives (and we’re not just talking about the ones you use for your bread). Having the right tools is the key to success, so if you’re destined for culinary stardom at home or in a professional kitchen - ensure you're paired with all the right ones with today’s kgbdeal!

For just £99.99 treat yourself, or a friend, to a luxury five-piece ceramic knife set from Edge of Belgravia. Worth £264.50, it's the perfect way to carve your way to culinary stardom. No need to sharpen - just save 62% and you'll be counting you Michelin stars in no time!

what's included?
The knives fuse a futuristic and bold design with ceramic blades that will retain a beautiful cutting quality for years with generally no need for sharpening. The sharpness is preserved due to the composition of sintered zirconium, almost as hard as diamond.

- Onyx slicer - 6"(15cm) blade
- Onyx Chef's knife - 6"(15cm) blade
- Onyx Santoku knife - 5"(13cm) blade
- Onyx Utility knife - 5"(13cm) blade
- Onyx Paring knife - (10cm) blade

about Edge of Belgravia
Edge of Belgravia is a unique and vibrant designer chef knife firm from London. The recently-founded company, based in Belgravia, has launched the only ceramic knives to be designed in the capital. The design, by contemporary London designer Christian Bird, is bolder and more avant-garde than most chef knives available. With their ceramic blades and vibrant colours, Edge of Belgravia’s knives are perfect for the stylish kitchen - true pieces of art and fabulously British!
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It says they are a recently founded company. How do they them become the best knives out there in such a short period of time ?
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renderman

It says they are a recently founded company. How do they them become the … It says they are a recently founded company. How do they them become the best knives out there in such a short period of time ?



Sorry I was referring to ceramic knives then the company themselves. Happy to be proved wrong!
I bought a 5" ceramic knife from Amazon for £15 and I'm very pleased with it. Having said that I wouldn't want any more or this sort of size knife. And anyway, 5* £15 = £75. So I think this is expensive, so cold from me.
My aplogies, yes I agree ceramic knives are about as sharp as you get, but obviously brittle as well, so there is a trade-off.
can't see anyone else selling these knives - must be awesome
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