Ambiente 2017: KYOCERA will present its new Shin knife series, featuring an innovative ceramic blade

Kyocera will present a new ceramic knife series and other products from its kitchenware portfolio at the world’s most important consumer goods trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany (Hall 3.1, Booth A40) from 10–14 February 2017.

Kyoto/Neuss − Kyocera, a Japanese technology group, is a leading manufacturer of fine ceramic products and components. The company is known for its high-quality ceramic knives, which are popular with customers across the world due to their sharp blades and slicing precision, and because they are very easy to clean. The company will present its new Shin series, a further innovation for the European market, at Ambiente 2017. The Shin series features an extremely durable Z212 ceramic blade, which remains sharp for twice as long[1] as other ceramic blades from Kyocera, thanks to an innovative new production method. The knives from the Shin series also feature an ergonomic handle that enables an even more comfortable grip as well as greater control. Furthermore, there is a slight bend in the back of the Shin knives, which allows the blade to effortlessly slice through fish, meat, fruit and vegetables. The new series, which includes knives in five different sizes, will be available from February 2017. The recommended retail price for the knives is between €59.99 and €99.99. Kyocera also offers a Shin series gift set, which comes slickly packaged in a gift box.


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