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Chef's Choice 110 Professional Diamond Hone Sharpener


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  • Three-stage precision sharpening
  • Works for gourmet chef knives, butcher knives, sporting knives
  • 100% diamond abrasive will never detemper
  • Unique "Trizor-Plus" edge for greater sharpness and durability
  • Two-year household warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 10.4 x 6.3 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004S1B9
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  • Item model number: 110
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,506 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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It may seem like a contradiction, but sharp knives are the safest. With a clean edge, a knife is more predicable and easier to control. If you've purchased a top-of-the-line knife, maintaining the quality of the blade ensures maximum value from your investment. This Chef's Choice knife sharpener performs professional-quality sharpening on any knife, from gourmet knives to hunting knives--even the tips of serrated knives can be improved with this machine (for a complete sharpening of serrated knives, however, Chef's Choice recommends models 120 and 320). For top-quality edges, there are two sharpening and honing stages, which use 100% diamond abrasives, and a final polishing stage. Each stage uses precision angle guides to create a unique "Trizor-Plus" edge for maximum sharpness and durability, while a magnetic pad collects residue so the machine is easy to clean and maintain. While a sharp knife is indeed a safe knife, it's wise to use caution with your newly sharpened knives, as they'll be sharper than you expect. --Laura Cuthbert

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Chef'sChoice Diamond Hone Electric 3 Stage Knife Sharpener-White


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Customer Reviews

I found it not so easy to use properly (keeping the knife at the proper angle) even with the magnetic sides.
Michael
I have found that if I run the knives on a piece of kitchen sharpening steel a few times that they get razor sharp and are good to go.
K. Benoit
For a company of that size not to respond is indicative of possibly the other products they sell might not perform any better.
aljacobs

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

172 of 176 people found the following review helpful By T. K. Schonhoff on May 3, 2000
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Cooks Illustrated gave this sharpener a very strong review (their best-of-class as I recall) and I reluctantly laid down my trusty sharpening steel to give it a try. Once I got this special 3-beveled edge on our knives I never regretted the decision to switch. What's particularly nice is that the edge returns so easily with a quick touch-up on the finest setting.
I've also notice virtually no obvious loss of metal on the knives after many touch-ups, a problem with other sharpeners that can quickly consume your blades. If you want an edge that makes you feel more like a surgeon than a chef, this will deliver.
[The only downside is that it's no good for serrated knives, but their newer model 120 will handle them too.]
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Jbh Enterprises on December 10, 2002
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I am a carpenter, not a chef. However, as such, I know the value of sharp tools. They cut faster, easier and are much safer. A dull tool or knife is unpredictable and this makes it more dangerous than a sharp one.
My wife (a much better cook than me) and I have some high quality knives and some knives of dubious quality. I took about 1 hour and sharpened about 10 of them. The results were great. It is a little tricky to get used to holding the knife while in the slots... you are kind of balancing it in your hand instead of holding it. You have to let the magnets guide it. After a few knives, it was much easier.
The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is that I can get a quality knife a little sharper with one of my wetstones. This only applies to the good knives I have. What I do is sharpen the good ones on the machine, then finish with a few swipes on my stone. It is a lot faster than doing the whole thing by hand.
The lower quality knives don't seem to respond to this as well. However, they are MUCH sharper than they were before.
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133 of 146 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 7, 2001
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I currently own the professional Chef's Choice model (which I highly recommend, by the way), but previously used this model made for home kitchens (don't let the word "professional" in [the] description of this model's title fool you ... there is a real professional quality Chef's Choice electric sharpener).
I purchased a Chef's Choice after reading good things about this electric sharpener in "Cooks Illustrated" magazine. It definitely made a world of difference. I was starting with good knifes--Wustof Trident and Henckels--which may have something to do with my success, but the Chef's Choice really does make home sharpening possible, and easy, in my experience. When a knife seems dulls I run it through the whole sharpening process (once every 4-6 months with a high quality knife that gets a fair amount of use), but to keep my knives constantly razor sharp--which is what I really love about the Chef's Choice--I just run them through the second stage a few times as soon as they're washed. That way they're always ready to use.
My only negatives would be ... 1) That I've had no luck sharpening serrated knives (like a bread knife), which the Chef's Choice claims is can do. Because serrated knives hold their edge a LOT longer than other knives, this isn't a major concern for me. To sharpen your serrated knives I suggest taking them to a professional--look under "knife sharpening" or "cutlery" in the yellow pages. It only needs to be done once a year or so and most will do it while you wait for around $3-$5 per knife. 2) My second caveat for the chef's choice is that the "third" stage on this model has little or no effect as far as I can tell. 3) Also, the motor in this model, is a little chintzy, when compared with the far more substantial professional model, which only has two stages by the way. For the money, it should really last longer than three and half years--which is how long by old one ran before conking out.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 20, 2000
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This is a wonderful knife sharpener; I'm very impressed. I've been a stickler for sharp knives all my life, yet had fallen by the wayside due to the "no time!" syndrome.
A few minutes per knife with this thing returned them all to razor sharpness, and 60 seconds per knife keeps them sharp. It even made our one cheapo knive, normally relegated to the back of the drawer, masquerade as a surgical instrument ready to tackle tough-skinned tomatoes.
Highly recommended.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By fishingsocprof on August 18, 2005
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I'm a hunter and a fisherman (mostly fisherman) and have had a devil of a time over the years keeping fillet knives sharp. In order to fillet a fish, a knife sharp is everything. I used the chef's choice sharpener on my fillet knives and it got them almost razor sharp. Encouraged, I went and sharpened all the kitchen knives and the box full of pocket knives that I have received for birthdays and so forth over the years. I have nothing but good things to say about this product. Highly recommended!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. Burt on November 24, 2000
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I purchased the Chef's Choice Model 110 and used it to sharpen a knife [not mine] that had been previously damaged by someone trying to sharpen the knife on a grinding wheel. While the 110 could not correct the cosmetic damage done to the knife, it did restore a very sharp edge to the knife. I look forward to sharpening MY knives and maintaining a razor sharp edge.
Before discarding that knife, try the model 110 and save cash!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 18, 2005
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I've owned one for five years and my knives are razor sharp. It took me a little practice before I realized I was using it correctly, though. The directions could be better, and the machine doesn't provide any feedback to distinguish proper sharpening. _Cooks Illustrated_ magazine found that they could get knives sharper with this device than with the higher end models.
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