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Chef's Choice 310 Compact Diamond Hone Sharpener
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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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|Dimensions||6.1 inches x 5.31 inches x 9.06 inches||5.2 inches x 11.2 inches x 6.25 inches||5.5 inches x 9 inches x 6.2 inches||5.2 inches x 11.2 inches x 6.25 inches|
|Item Package Weight||3.48 pounds||2.6 pounds||3.25 pounds||2.75 pounds|
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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...
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.
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.
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 ...
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Husband absolutely loves this for his hunting and fishing knives.Published 3 months ago by Sarah Jane
It doesn't sharpen at all I suspect it was used more than advertised..Published 3 months ago by W. Day
Bought it for my girlfriend…. but you know how women & knives work. Sharpen them all up & them throw them all together in a drawer! OMGPublished 10 months ago by Bill
I returned this product. I had it for about 2 weeks or so. I have had Chef's Choice sharpeners in the past and love them
This guy, I'm not a fan. Read more
Probably a good machine, but when not clearly labelled 120 volt, then unsuspecting non-North Americans using 240volts would not get such a rude surprise 30seconds in the first... Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Robert H Cantwell
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.Published on May 6, 2013 by M. Fairbanks
I was sharping my first knife and it quit running, The next day I thought I would try another knife and it quit running as I was sharping it also. Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by jack aikins
I purchased this sharpener (from a different store) in January of 2012. I loved the way it could sharpen our kitchen knives. We used it about once a month on about 4 knives. Read morePublished on November 19, 2012 by BCcouple
I have been sharpening my own knives for over 30 years. While time consuming I can sharpen a knife that you can literally shave with. Read morePublished on August 22, 2012 by Shady