A lot of people have asked us whether ceramic knives can be sharpened and what knife sharpener do we recommend for them. Although a lot of ceramic knife manufacturing companies offer sharpening for their ceramics knives (either for free or for a fee), the whole ship and wait process gets bothersome after a while and perhaps you want to take the matters into your own hands by using a ceramic knife sharpener.

It’s important to note that there is a difference between a normal knife sharpener and a ceramic knife sharpener, so please do not use other models recommended by us for sharpening your ceramic knives unless specifically indicated by us that they are able to do so. By far the best method to sharpen your ceramic knives is to own a ceramic knife sharpener, and we are going to recommend you the best one on the market.

Kyocera Electric Diamond Knife Sharpener for Ceramic Knives

Kyocera electric ceramic knife sharpener has been specially designed to sharpen all ceramic knives in addition to being perfectly suited for the Kyocera ceramic knives. It features an electric powered (runs on a battery charger) diamond grinding stone that comes with an extra replacement  and it’s capable of taking about half a mm of a ceramic blade at a 35 degrees angle. The ceramic knife sharpener has a very safe and friendly guide slot that will allow you to secure your blade at the perfect angle during the sharpening process. To control the pressure applied to the ceramic knives and prevent any over sharpening, the Kyocera ceramic knife sharpener comes equipped with an assist roller. Since the cover and the grinding stone are separated, cleaning this knife sharpener is a breeze.

This is one of the highest rated ceramic knife sharpeners on Amazon with an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 and for a cost of about $50 if you purchase it through our discounted link below it’s a no-brainer deal.