Cooks know a good knife can save you time in the kitchen. When you use one that doesn't cut well and leaves food a mess, it can be pretty frustrating.
Now the Aero Knife says it's cutting edge and ready to slice whatever food you've got.
Chef Vance from Central Market Cooking School put it to the test.
The Aero Knife ripped through Napa cabbage like a champ, doing just as well as a regular knife.
When it comes to tomatoes, the Aero Knife can sliced it so thin, it was almost see-through. The slices didn't stick to the knife.
The Aero Knife powered through every fruit and veggie we tried, and it did a more-than-decent job of thinly slicing a New York strip.
Head-to-head with the regular knife, the Aero Knife did itself proud. It even slid through the extra-thick crust of a cherry pie with ease.
The Aero Knife gets a thumbs up. It costs $10 at Walgreens.