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  • Diamond abrasives hone blades to razor sharpness
  • Magnetic guides keep blades at proper angle, eliminating guesswork
  • Two-step process sharpens, then hones entire blade length
  • Works on kitchen, pocket, and filet knives
  • Suction-cup feet hold the compact unit in place on countertop
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087877003105 Features: -Razor sharp, double-bevel edges - tip to bolster. -White. -2-stage 100% diamond abrasives. -Patented Bi-Level magnetic guides for easy, foolproof sharpening. Product Type: -Electric knife sharpener. Generic Dimensions: -Product weight: 4 lbs. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: -4 Pounds.

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The Chef's Choice Diamond Hone sharpener uses high-speed orbiting diamond-coated plates to maintain razor-sharp edges on your kitchen, pocket, and filet knives. Powerful magnets hold the blade at the proper angle while you pull the blade through the grooves. Sharpening is a quick two-step process: The first stage sharpens the blade by putting the correct angle on the edge. The second hones it smooth and even. While grinding wheels can destroy a blade's temper by generating a lot of heat, the blades stay cool with this sharpener. Do a whole drawer of knives in less time than it takes to drive to and from a professional knife sharpener's shop. This sharpener cleans up with a damp cloth and doesn't need lubrication or other maintenance. --Dale Steinke

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 9.1 x 6.1 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004S1BA
  • Item model number: 310
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,153 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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124 of 125 people found the following review helpful By T. K. Schonhoff on June 29, 2000
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If you're anything like us, you probably spent a lot of money on your knives a while back but secretly ask yourself "why did I bother?" because they just don't special anymore. That's because they've never been as sharp as when you bought them - something this gizmo can DEFINITELY change.
This is a superb knife sharpener - Cooks Magazine rated the Chefs Choice absolutely the best electric model. It puts the kind of edge on your old knives that makes you realize you'd forgotten the true meaning of "sharp".
There's only one flaw in their basic model, though. If your knives have gotten very dull, or you want to be a hero once in a while and put a better-than-new edge on a friend's knives, buy the model 110 instead. That model adds a heavier "grinder" blade (seen on the far left of sharpener in the picture) that can take off more metal quicly while creating the basic, third bevel on their "trizor" edge. Once you have that 3-beveled edge, touch-ups with the lighter grinding wheels seem to keep the knife sharp indefinitely.
You never need this more than once for all but the most neglected knife, but when you do it's nice to have. I've used it to sharpen a cheap fish fileting knife we bought while camping that turned out to be so thick and dull you could barely cut cheese. Now you could shave with it...
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 12, 2001
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Even though I normally use a diamond sharpening block and know how to check the angles of the bevel, I have to admit, this device is quick and easy.
It gives an acceptable edge as long as you use it according to directions. It is convenient, as it can sit on your counter or be pulled out of the cupboard in a jiffy. So you tend to keep your knives sharp. The problem with hand sharpening is that it is finicky work that takes time. This is faster and easier, so you tend to do it oftener.
A sharp knife is actually a safer knife as it cuts easily. If you force a dull knife, it can slip and make a nasty cut. (The worst cut I ever saw was with a knife too dull to cut wax. It had no edge, but made a nasty, torn gash. The user was forcing the dull edge through wax and got injured.) So keep your knives sharp and in a block and use them with respect. This sharpener will certainly help you do that.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By "frazierj10" on May 24, 2004
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I have been sharpening knives for over 45 years and this is the fastest, easiest way to get an excellent multi-angle edge on ALL of your knives. I orginally purchased a Model 300 about 12 years ago. The 310 is much better because it sharpens all of the way to the handle, a big issue with small blade pocket knives.
If you like sharp knives and either do not have the skill or the time to do it by hand get yourself one of these.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Geoff Dolman on December 8, 2000
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I have had this sharpener for several years and am quite satisfied with it. When you sharpen your knives for the first time, it takes many repetitions with both wheels, but you get a very sharp edge. After "setting up" your knives with the first sharpening, you'll find it fairly easy and quick to resharpen every few months. I'd recommend it if you want to get good sharp edges but don't want to spend the extra $ for the top of the line sharpeners.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paul Evans on May 30, 2009
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I have a small collection of not very expensive knives ... chef knife, slicer, boning knife, santoku knife, assorted paring knives. Before each use, they get treated to a few strokes with a sharpening steel. Always thought they were pretty sharp.

The difference after being sharpened on the 310 was very significant. The test was slicing tomatoes thinly and they all worked much better than before.

Operation is simple. Felt slightly awkward on the 1st knife, but you get the feel of it pretty quickly, and once you do, the process goes very smoothly.

With a product like this, who needs to spend a fortune on knives? Some time ago I bought a KitchenAid santoku knife at Walmart for ... I'm going to say ... $15. First use was a disappointment and it's been sitting idle since. Ran it through the 310 and now it's a winner ...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Heath on March 8, 2007
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The Chef's Choice 310 is an outstanding home knife sharpener for its price. Very good value. My wife's knife are sharper now than they were when she bought them. Be sure to follow instructions on first time sharpening so the blade angles can be set.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Fairbanks on May 6, 2013
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The sharpener works great but is a little complicated to operate. You must do exactly as the instructions say in the correct order or it does not sharpen.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matt on April 23, 2014
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I have had this sharpener 4 or 5 years. Mine keeps them very sharp. Once sharp you can use the honing sharpener (right side) just about all the time without using the sharpener. I use mine for my kitchen knives. I use the 310 every time I am done with them. About a month ago I found the knives not as sharp and not doing a great job cutting. Now remember I was only using the honing side after I initially used the sharpening side the first time on my knives. So after 4 or 5 years I guess you can't fault the machine for my knives getting dull. I just ran them through the sharpening and honing slots again and they are now very sharp again.

I read a post here saying the sharpener was loud and sounded like the bearings were loose. I bought my girlfriend one and the same thing happened. I knew it was not right because mine ran smooth I just returned it and got a new one.
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