Q: Why is the price higher than most regular pots?
A: The main reason is that the price of the material is expensive. In order to make the material, it must be fired twice at 1000℃-3000℃ and takes approximately 100 days. In addition, the pots are carved out of one piece of carbon so there are many handcrafted processes that take time and care. The stainless steel handle is also hand crafted by craftsmen of the makers of the cutlery used at the Nobel Prize dinner.
Q: Why is there a difference in price between the OVAL and VOL.?
A: The OVAL is difficult to make and requires many processes done by hand. The handle is also exquisite. The VOL. is shorter in height and has a simple shape so it has less processing stages than the OVAL.
Q: What is carbon graphite generally used for?
A: Carbon graphite is often used as molds to make metal objects such as gold bars, and are generally not seen by the consumer as they are used as industrial products. It has also long been used for train pantographs and brushes used for motors.