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Ergo Chef Shinzui Knife Giveaway

Posted on October 10, 2017 in Giveaways

Ergo Chef Shinzui Giveaway

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Presents The:

Ergo Chef Shinzui Mother’s Giveaway

2 – Winners

Holiday Contest and Sweeps and a great group of fellow blogs are happy to

work with Ergo Chef to bring you the Ergo Chef Shinzui Knife Giveaway.

Two lucky readers who reside in the Continental United States and are 18+ years

of age will win a new Shinzui 8 inch 67 Layer Damascus Chef Knife.



This 8 inch Chef (Gyuto) knife is appropriately named “SHINZUI™” to encompass it’s total composition. It’s the Japanese meaning for core, strength and essence. From the blade it highlights the super strong and durable VG10 “core” having super “strength” and to the look and “essence” in the form and functional design of this 8” Japanese chef knife to give you ultimate performance in your kitchen!

This new SHINZUI Series Chef knife was designed for precise slicing through all types of food product with our newly developed Japanese Super Steel blade. Crafted with our Patented design providing ultimate comfort and grip, abbreviated bolster blend into the VG10 Japanese Super Steel Core blade for durability. The Japanese VG10 Steel is known for long lasting sharpness & extreme durability in the kitchen. The Japanese VG10 steel blade has 33 layers of softer Damascus steel per side for a beautiful one of a kind pattern with each knife & a hard center core of VG10 Super Steel hardened to 60 HRC for long edge life.


A Precision 15 degree cutting edge per side provides easy Samurai Sword like cuts through the toughest of vegetables, fruit, red meat, poultry, pork and fish. Add the SHINZUI Chef knife to your kitchen collection and start enjoying your meal preparation today.



Damascus Blade Made in Japan: VG10 Japanese Super Steel Core with Our Custom Damascus Layer Patterns – Each knife pattern will be slightly different. VG10 is a high carbon Japanese steel known for its samurai sharp edges and tough long lasting sharpness.

Edge: Double beveled 15 Degree’s per side for incredible strength and smoothest cuts through toughest foods.

Heat Treat: 60 HRC for superior long lasting sharpness and durability. Tempered to perfection.

Handle: Black G10 fiberglass resin composite with red G10 stripes down both sides of the full tang. A Mosaic center rivet and 2 stainless steel rivets complete the look and are polished for beauty. The G10 handle is one of the world’s strongest materials for lifetime of worry free use.

Blade Length: 8″

Blade Height: 2.25″

Blade Thickness: .090″

Handle Length: 4.9″

Handle Width: .880″

Handle Belly Height: 1.120″


Assembled in China to Ergo Chef’s exact specifications for your cutting pleasure and the best value priced performance for the high quality in our new SHINZUI SERIES.


Click Here To Visit The Ergo Chef Website Today To Get Your Very Own Shinzui Knife along with all their other amazing Cutlery at amazing price.


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Twitter, Pinterest or any other social media networking site.This giveaway will

be valid in the Continental United States Only. Entrants must be 18+ years

of age to enter. This giveaway ends at 12:00 AM (EST) 11/05/2017.

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Holiday Contest and Sweeps received samples of the products shown

for review purposes, no other compensation was received. Ergo Chef

will be totally responsible for the awarding and shipping of the prize

directly to the winner.Ergo Chef will ship the prizes in 2-3 weeks

after the winner have been verified.


Ozeri Ceramic Knives are Great

Posted on May 31, 2017 in Reviews

I love Ozeri Knives.  These OZK1 Elite Chef Ceramic 3-Piece Knife Set, Black , are the bomb.  The work so well, and I haven’t had to sharpen them at all.  They are super sharp, and stay in my straining board.  Only because I’m afraid to put them in the drawer, and getting cut.

They cut through any food, from apples to cheese.  They are super cool, and my husband loves them too.  We haven’t seen knives this sharp, and great, before.  They truly are a life saver.  I love how easy it is to cut through the toughest foods.  And, not cutting myself.  And, cutting through meat has never been easier.  So easy.

Dicing and Mincing has never been easier.  These knives really are worth all the hype.  I love them, and again, so does the hubby.

  • The Elite Chef Black Ceramic Knife Set includes 3 ultra-sharp 100% ceramic knives that slice through fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats with ease.
  • Coupled to perfectly balanced ergonomic handles, the Elite Chef Ceramic Knives make chopping, mincing and dicing easier than ever before.
  • By utilizing the purest ceramic, each blade is close in hardness to diamonds and preserves its razor-sharpness 10 times longer than steel blades.
  • Unlike metal knives, the Elite Chef Knives do not corrode, rust or leach metal ions from extended exposure to moisture, oils or acids in common foods.
  • Each Ozeri knife weighs less than half of an equivalent metal knife, thereby reducing fatigue and pain from repetitive cutting and meal preparation.

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This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.




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