Chef’s Foundry P600 Ceramic Knives Reviews

Chef’s Foundry P600 Ceramic Knives
( 5 reviews )

Chef’s Foundry is a US-based company that essentially provides high quality kitchen tools at an incredibly competitive price. Having the P600 ceramic knives as the company’s cornerstone, Chef’s Foundry aims to improve everybody’s experience in the kitchen and lead easier and healthier lives. 

Products:

Chef’s Foundry offers three different kinds of kitchen knives that will serve suitable for most culinary situations. All being made of the same ceramic material, the three kinds of knives being offered are the 8-inch chef’s knife, the 6-inch utility knife and the 4-inch paring knife. 

The 8-inch chef’s knife is meant to be the chef’s primary tool of choice because of its versatility in the kitchen and food preparation. On the other hand, the 6-inch utility knife is also a versatile cutting tool that can practically be interchanged with the chef’s knife, depending on the food item that needs to be cut. 

Although the chef’s knife is still preferable for large pieces of meat, the utility knife can still be a handy tool in the kitchen. Lastly, the 4-inch paring knife is reserved for situations that need more precision, such as carving, peeling and other meticulous processes.

How Does It Work?

The main feature of all the knives offered by Chef’s Foundry is that they are all made of zirconium ceramic, which is advantageous for knives for a couple of reasons. Firstly, zirconium ceramic is definitively stronger than ordinary steel by tenfold. This significant increase in hardness means that these knives dull much slower than ordinary steel blades. 

Another reason why zirconium ceramic is an advantageous material for kitchen knives is that even though they are ten times stronger than steel, the ceramic knives are still lighter than steel blades. Thus, the lightweight nature of these knives tends to make them faster at cutting and chopping.  

Cost And Price Plans:

One can purchase the ceramic knives separately, since each knife is priced individually: the 8-inch chef’s knife is priced at MSRP $139, the 6-inch utility knife is priced at MSRP $99 and the 4-inch paring knife is priced at MSRP $38. 

When summed together, the total price of the set would cost $276. However, Chef’s Foundry is offering a discounted price for the purchase of the complete set for an affordable $69. Additionally, shipping is free within the US, but the shipping price would differ for locations outside the US. 

Customer Service:

You are able to contact Chef’s Foundry in two different ways: via phone (855) 536-7538, or via email, which is [email protected] 

Chef’s Foundry is extremely confident with their knives that they are offering a 30-day guarantee, where you have 30 days to return the knives if unsatisfied. All the company asks is that you send the knives back before they give you a full refund. 

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Across the internet, reviews for the P600 ceramic knives are generally glowing with praise. Customers are generally amazed at how sharp the ceramic knives are and many have admitted to buying more than one set due to the extremely affordable price. The P600’s have also been commented to remain sharp for numerous years without needing to be sharpened. 

Competitors And Alternatives:

Chef’s Foundry is not the only company in the market to offer ceramic knives, though. Companies that are also renowned for selling ceramic knives include Solutionelle, Kyocera and Dalstrong.

Solutionelle, a kitchen tools company, offers ceramic knives adorned with their signature mirror finish. Another company to offer a three-knife set is Kyocera, an electronics and ceramics manufacturer. Lastly, Dalstrong is another kitchen tools company that also offers ceramic knives.

Where To Buy?

If you are interested to own your own set of ceramic knives, knives that are stronger, lighter and will remain sharp longer than steel knives, then a purchase can be made simply through the Chef’s Foundry website. The website will simply ask for personal information for shipping and purchasing it online might be the most effective for US citizens, since shipping within the US is free.

Chef’s Foundry P600 Ceramic Knives Customer Reviews

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Ordered 2 sets haven’t received any after 2 weeks
August 13, 2021
Ordered 2 sets of knives. Have not received any response. Try calling and get wall mart scam cards.

Ok quality for an inexpensive knife set
July 9, 2020
Let’s face it, the set of three is much less expensive than one high quality chefs knife so don’t expect high quality. They are sharp and lightweight, I’ve been using them for about one year with no problems. I did buy my step daughter a set also, her large chefs knife blade came loose from the handle and it’s out of warranty. Next knife purchase will be higher quality than this set, and most likely much more expensive.

2nd set of knives
May 30, 2020
i purchased 1 complete set of knives ( 99.95 )

Junk knives
February 25, 2020
If I could leave less than 1 star I would. Within days, one of the knives got a chip in the blade with just normal use. This did get replaced because it was within 180 days. Later a 2nd knife broke out of the handle. Then the replaced knife broke at the handle. Now because it is past the 180 days, Chefs Foundry won't replace either knife. You would think that this company which raves about their quality of knives would be willing to stand behind that claim. Will NEVER purchase anything from this company again.

False Warranty
March 5, 2018

About 2 years ago I returned my knives from Fairfield, California, because the blade broke. I've tried calling but no one answered or returned my call. I mailed the knives back but no body responded or made any attempt to communicate. Almost a year ago I received a call after having moved to Georgia. I explained my concerns and was assured that someone will contact me. Mind you almost a year ago and I am still waiting. If I am ever asked about your knives I will tell them my experiences. I want some one to contact me at (619)995-1034. If not then I will ask anyone about their thoughts of your P600 knives and provide my experience.

James Herron