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Chef's Choice 130 Professional Knife-Sharpening Station, Platinum
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- Electric knife sharpener with 100-percent diamond abrasives
- Sharpens, steels, and strops most brands and types of knives
- Super-hardened miniature steel; flexible stropping disk
- Angle-guides for foolproof sharpening; on/off switch; stabilizing feet
- Measures 10 by 10 by 4 inches; 3-year limited warranty
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Color Name: Platinum
087877001361 Features: -For professional sharpening, steeling or stropping; all types of knives. -Platinum. -Sharpens both straight edge and serrated blades. -Re-sharpens most types of knives (except 15 degree angled knives). Product Type: -Electric knife sharpener. Generic Dimensions: -Product weight: 4 lbs. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: -4 Pounds.
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I love it as much as the day that I got it! I use Step 3 regularly to keep my knifes sharp. I even have some visitors come with their knives to have them sharpened!
I've been sharpening my kitchen knifes and my pocket knifes using a handheld sharpener for years.
Over the years, the edges became more and more damaged. Just like I one day evolved from cheap knifes to better knives, I figured that it was time to move up in the sharpening world as well!
I spent a few weeks debating the 320, the 110, the 120, or the 130. I watched all the videos on Chef's choice website to make up my mind and read the few articles available on the web.
In the end, I settled for the 130. I think that it's versality will last me through the years. I like tthat you can create difference edges using stages 2 and 3.
My kitchen knifes are Victorinox with fibrox handles (the lowest price "good" knives IMO). The oldest, the chef's knife is 8 years old.
Stage 1 took quite a bit of steel away from the older and more damaged knifes. However, now that the edge is made, I rarely use it so I don't expect to lose much more steel in the future.
The smaller knifes were a bit more ackwared to sharpen, especially the pocket knives. However, I adjusted how I hold the knife when I pass it through and it feels fine now.
In terms of drawbacks. Knifes like my Victorinox that have think handles make it difficult to work all the way through. As a result, some of the knives not have a butt where they didn't have one before.
Also ... be sure the read the instructions. Practice with the motor off to get the feel of it.Read more ›
However, It does a pretty good job - best mechanical knife sharpener I've seen. No regrets buying it.
Most recent customer reviews
I was looking for a knife sharpener that was easy to use and sharpened with good results... This met my needs!Published 10 days ago by Dale Stobbe
Only takes a few minutes of practice to get the motion figured out. Produces a very fine/sharp edge on quality knives.Published 2 months ago by Jim C