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Klok ceramic knives at Ocean State Job Lot

javaandjazz Nov 15, 2012 04:16 AM

I know Job Lot sells a lot of junk but just looking at their latest sale flyer and they have a brand of ceramic knives by Klok. Never heard of the name and there isn't anything on the interent about them. Does anyone know anything about them? I have been curious about ceramic knives and was wondering if this cheap brand would be worth trying. I am thinking they are junk if they are at Job Lot?

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    VictorA Nov 29, 2013 03:54 AM

    Try with strong magnet if it is really ceramic.

    Everyone should have a ceramic because they don't leech energy from the fruits and vegetables.

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      Chemicalkinetics Nov 29, 2013 09:04 AM

      <Everyone should have a ceramic because they don't leech energy from the fruits and vegetables.>

      Except it is ok with copper (probably bronze or something) or sliver knives, right? Afterall, you did say diamagnetic metal and paramagnetic metal are ok.

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        cowboyardee Nov 29, 2013 09:07 AM


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          Chemicalkinetics Nov 29, 2013 09:11 AM

          Just to fill you in. You can read this previous post:


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          jbuttitta Nov 29, 2013 12:55 PM

          Utter bollox

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            Chemicalkinetics Nov 30, 2013 04:15 PM

            <Utter bollox>

            Technically speaking (like absolutely technically speaking), VictorA's last statement is correct. He did say that ceramic doesn't leech energy from fruits and vegetables. That -- I assume is an assertion that you agree with, no?

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          nybsbfan18 Nov 26, 2013 04:55 PM

          hi bought the 5" santoku stainless steel knife, and it chops great! only used it once so far, but i like it. :)

          1. javaandjazz Nov 22, 2012 09:45 AM

            so I happened to be in the Job Lot store and saw the knives in passing and decided to pick one up. I bought a small santoku knife for $12.00 and have used it twice so far cutting up onions and pepperoni and it seems to have worked fine. It's very light weight and comfortable to hold.

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              exvaxman Nov 17, 2012 11:49 AM

              Just for grins I picked up a couple of very cheap ceramic knives at Harbor Freight.
              To my surprise, I liked them. They work well, and I don't care if anything happens to them due to the under$10 price.

              1. Chemicalkinetics Nov 15, 2012 11:39 AM

                Since no one has replied, I will. No, I have not heard of Kolk. Personally, I prefer metal knives over ceramic. If you are going to try a ceramic knife, I say try a paring knife. It is cheaper, and it is shorter and therefore less likely to break. One of the major concern of ceramic knives is their brittle nature.

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                  javaandjazz Nov 15, 2012 02:35 PM

                  Thanks, that's what I thought!

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