Pulse Products – Knives


Admit it, you wish you could chop with the speed and precision of the guy on the Ginsu knife commercial. But when you took advantage of the “made for TV order” and put those blades to work, you nearly lost a finger. They were heavy, large and the blades, for all their sharpness, were a little too thick to negotiate easily. Kyocera makes all of that history. The knives, kitchen tools and utility accessories produced by this high-tech, solar-friendly company are so light, so paper thin and so sharp you’ll fly through food preparations without feeling like it’s “work.” The secret is their patented ceramic blades that last longer than traditional steel, are clearer and altogether more trouble-free.