Often times people fall for the oldest trick in the book. That trick is one of the eyes. They see something that’s attractive, convenient, sometimes at a great price but always seem to be blinded by the truth. Is the Yoshi Blade really worth the purchase? Knowing what you’re bringing home before you actually do will save a lot of hassle.
Would you marry someone you’ve only known for 5 minutes? So you shouldn’t purchase products based on a 5 minute or so advertisement. Great marketing can get consumers to purchase anything these days, you should admit you’ve done it plenty. This very real review is going to help answer your question about the Yoshi Blade so you’ll know if it’s really worth the purchase.
What Is the Yoshi Blade?
The Yoshi Blade is a ceramic knife that’s said to be at least 40% stronger than regular knives. It also doesn’t rust so you never have to worry about it looking too dull and ugly to use around company. The creators of the Yoshi Blade must’ve had their share of dealing with regular kitchen knives that wouldn’t cut right and had handles that were always breaking. Yoshi Blade was a very smart idea although it’s not the only perfectly cutting knife on the market. It’s hard to find knives that can compete with the Yoshi Blade which makes it such a popular purchase.
The Yoshi Blade has had its share of mixed reviews and that’s really not understandable considering the fact that it does perform as stated. Use of the Yoshi Blade is for the slicing of vegetables, fruits, and meat without bone. Many consumers that purchased this product were very unaware of the instructions that are included in every outgoing Yoshi Blade order. As with every product especially the As Seen on TV ones, purchases is at your own risk. If you fail to find out the correct uses of the product and it ends up damaged the fault should not fall on the creator or manufacturers.
Pros and Cons of the Yoshi Blade
Yoshi Blade is simply a convenient ceramic knife that you can get the thinnest slices of fruit, vegetables, potatoes and meat without bones out of. It also comes with a ceramic peeler plus the bonus offer of a second set makes this a great purchase. It’s certainly not a consumer beware type product. Would you purchase coffee maker and try to use it as a blender? The many bad reviews from people that have used the Yoshi Blade and experienced problems are because they were using the product wrong. Those reviews could have easily turned many off to the purchase of the Yoshi Blade which has performed outstandingly.
Pros of the Yoshi Blade
- Super sharp
- Can cut even the thinnest layers of anything without bones
- Lasts for many years without rusting
- Comes with a ceramic peeler that’s similar in performance
Cons of the Yoshi Blade
- Consumers that do not fully read instructions
The Yoshi Blade is available for purchase at the price of $19.95 plus shipping and handling. You’ll also receive a second set as a bonus. Sometimes consumers need to beware of other consumers that are instruction illiterate. Thanks for reading this review…