48-Hour Giveaway: Shenzhen Knives (4 winners)

This review was written by Amy M, MoneySavingMom.com Marketing Assistant, and blogger at AmysFinerThings.com.

Until I received some Shenzhen Knives to review on my own blog a few months ago, I had never even heard of them.  The idea of ceramic knives sounded a bit impractical and fragile to me, but I soon found out I had simply been living under a rock.  Again. I found the knives sharp (and wore a bandage on my thumb to prove it), comfortable to hold, and easy to use.

While you will still need to use your steel knife for every-day, heavy duty cutting, Shenzhen Ceramic Knives are perfect for slicing fruits and vegetables, and other precision cutting tasks.

The Ceramic Advantage
• Stay sharper longer – Ceramic is harder than steel, and will hold its edge longer than a steel blade.
• Will not rust and is easy to clean – Ceramic is resistant to acids, germs and oils.
• Will not affect the taste of or brown food.
• Lightweight – easy and comfortable to use for precision slicing

Right now, when you purchase a 6″ Chef’s Knife, you receive a free ceramic peeler with coupon code FREEPEEL3.

Four Money Saving Mom readers will receive a two-piece knife set and ceramic peeler from Shenzhen Knives. To enter to win, just click on the graphic below and type in your name and email address. Giveaway ends Saturday, February 19, at 11:59 p.m. CST.

Enter the Giveaway

“Shenzhen Knives Fruit & Vegetable Series: 2 piece Ceramic Knife Set with Ceramic Peeler giveaway sponsored by ceramic knives online retailer, Shenzhen Knives

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  1. Alicia says

    I saw a similar knife being made on one of those channels that has how they make things …..they were made under strict conditions and hand sharpened…..very cool show

  2. Trisah C says

    I entered to win I hope , I have neve tried these , would love to have a good set of new knives. I am a fan on FB & emails
    thanks

  3. Amber says

    Yay!! I’ve been wanting ceramic knives for quite some time. I’m easily swayed by infomericals!! :)

  4. Marilyn says

    These knives certainly have peaked my interest. I hope to win them, if not, I will search them out!

  5. says

    My hubby works for a division of Kyocera. They also make ceramic knives, and we have a small set. They really do hold an edge much longer than steel, and are great for mincing basil and other herbs that darken from metallic blades. Not good for prying (don’t use them to cut up a chicken), but awesome for slicing fruits and veggies!

  6. Kim Culbertson says

    As much as I love the idea of the knives – I am desperately wanting that peeler! Thanks for offering these great products.

  7. Gail says

    I just got a Survey is Currently Closed Please Contact The Author of This survey Error Message, and it’s not supposed to end until 11:59PM tonight. Hope I can still enter!

  8. Shelley C says

    Same here. Hopefully our names can be added to the survey….I’d really like to try these too.

  9. Margery says

    I think the Survey Monkey shut down the entries prematurely. Couldn’t enter on Saturday morning.

  10. Heather says

    I also got the survey closed message. If you didn’t intend to close the contest at midnight on Friday, please accept this message as an entry. Thank you!

  11. Mary says

    Would like to enter too – 11:50 a.m. eastern time on Sat – but showing closed. Hopefully you enter us from our comments!

  12. Gail says

    Thanks, Amy, for the “Housecall” to fix the knife entry form for us! And, with time to spare, too! By the way, my Mom always said that if you give a knife as a gift, you should always include a penny, or the knife will cut the friendship. I never quite understood this, but why tempt fate?