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I may not be a professional chef but I know the importance of having a sharp knife in the kitchen. Dull knives not only make it harder to cut and chop food, but it's also dangerous. A dull knife edge is more likely to slip and cut you!
We tried out Edge of Belgravia knives in our kitchen and were very impressed. Not only are these sharp and keep a nice blade, but they feature comfortable matte rubberized handles.
The blades are made of high-tech zirconium oxide, a material second to diamonds in hardness. That high-tech material means your blades stay sharper much, much longer than a normal steel knife. I always sharpen a knife before using it out of habit, but the Edge of Belgravia blades are so hard they can hold up to regular use for years without sharpening.
Sharp and comfortable, Edge of Belgravia knives are also good looking. Their ceramic knife ranges were designed by contemporary London-based designer Christian Bird.
The ceramic knife series includes the following five knives: paring, utility, santoku, chef's, and slicer. Knives are available in dual-textured onyx or lime green.