Ultrasonic kitchen knife

Slicing has never been easier! 50 000 blade movements per second.

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Move over, traditional kitchen knives, the Ultrasonic Kitchen Knife is slicing through the culinary world at 50,000 vibrations per second! It's like having a tiny, super-efficient jackhammer for your tomatoes. This isn't just cutting-edge; it's ultrasonic-edge. Imagine dicing onions faster than you can cry or carving a turkey with the precision of a surgeon. It's perfect for the modern chef who loves gadgets and hates dull blades. This knife promises to be the ultimate sous-chef in your kitchen gadget arsenal.

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R L.
R L.
Nov 15, 2023

Expensive shipping costs 

David L.
David L.
Nov 15, 2023

Not sure the style of blade needs to be a powered up high tech blade. I would have thought a chiefs knife would be a better idea, but not sure how/if the tech can scale like that. 

Simon B.
Simon B.
Nov 10, 2023

To high price…and blade is to small. Such a sharp knife it should be bigger and for cuting a meat…

sven j.
sven j.
Nov 9, 2023

Expensive, more so than some premium knives even

Benjamin M.
Benjamin M.
Nov 7, 2023

Oh, also. Knife shape.  You relly should have gone for a chefs knifes shape rather then the pairing knife profile.  It would just be more useful. 

Benjamin M.
Benjamin M.
Nov 7, 2023

Ps. I do want this to work ! I love the innovation.  I would love this to be a thing… I am just un convinced. 

Benjamin M.
Benjamin M.
Nov 7, 2023

Concerned about wearing out…. If it is cutting 50k times how fast will the blade dull? How many re-sharpingings until that tinny pairing knife is gone?

Benjamin M.
Benjamin M.
Nov 7, 2023

I'm not sold ultrasonic would make a good kitchen knife… also my kitchen is a rough place… how will that tech stand up after it is dropped a half dozen times,  falls in a sink, or a pot of watter?  How will the steal sharpen?