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Chef's Choice 220 Hybrid Diamond Hone Knife Sharpener, White and Brushed Stainless Steel
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- New advanced Hybrid technology combines an electric and manual sharpener for creating razor sharp edges
- 2 stages; Electric stage is for sharpening, manual stage is for honing; Can be used on straight or serrated knives
- 100-Percent diamond abrasive wheels are used in both stage 1 and stage 2. The new and efficient "Criss -Cross" technology creates an extremely sharp edge with lots of “bite
- Diamond abrasive wheels sharpen simultaneously creating a superior, burr-free edge quickly and easily; It’s fast and extremely easy to use
- Safe for all quality knives; One year warranty; Assembled in USA; Housing unit is white with
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New from Chef's Choice, get razor sharp edges with an advanced Hybrid technology that combines both electric and manual sharpening. A two stage sharpener; the electric stage sharpens while the manual stage hones, creating a razor-sharp, arch shaped edge that is strong and extremely durable. 100% diamond abrasive wheels are used in both stages and will hold its shape indefinitely. The new and efficient "Criss Cross" technology creates an extremely sharp edge with lots of bite. The sharpening wheels sharpen simultaneously “into” and “out -of” the edge for a superior burr-free edge quickly and easily-no guesswork. The micron size diamond abrasives in Stage 2 ensure a super-sharp polished edge. The Hybrid sharpens both straight and serrated knives; can be used on kitchen or household knives, sport knives, pocket knives and safe for all quality knives.
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I really didn't think I could justify an expensive sharpener when all I need to do it correct and them maintain the edges.
I was right, mine were rough!! It took a little more than the instructions said in order to get the edge corrected on mine, but since I did, I've hit them on the manual hone side for a couple of strokes and I'm slicing like a mad man!
For the home casual cook that isn't sharpening blades constantly and only needs to fix then maintain good edges this thing is great and at a price I almost passed on because it was so low!! I thought I'd still need to spend a lot more to get a good sharpener, even for my needs. At first when I realized what they meant by "hybrid", meaning what you use the most is manual, not power, I was disappointed, until I used it. It really does only take a stroke or 2 to touch up the edge and it's easy to do without having to pull it out and plug it in. It's not fancy looking but it's built really solid and easy to use and easy to store.
As the instructions will warn, it may leave faint rub marks on some blades and it did on 1 or 2 of mine. But they're faint and not a problem. It may also be me, using it for the first time.
I'd highly recommend this sharpener.
It's put an edge back on my cheapo older knives too, but not like the Victorinox. Have some 30+ year old Hampton Forge knives, very inexpensive, made in China (under $20 for the set back then). The blades are a thicker gauge and in some cases have to be pushed down in the slots. I really like the 8" chef's knife, yeah cheapo but full tang blade, 3 riveted handle, nice feel and weight. Got an edge back on that knife (dull for years) but I doubt it will ever be as sharp as the new Victorinox. Still I can use it now, might be cheap but I like that knife. Also put a better edge on my cheapo Farberware bread knife, works for serrated too. I have a 6" Henckels chef's knife ordered, maybe I'll get to do a little name-dropping on knives for a change. I'm confident this chef's choice 220 will keep the Henckels sharp too. I actually give it a 4.5, but that's good enough for a 5.
Like many other people, I have a drawer full of old knives that have been set aside because they are just too dull. Over the years I've tried various sharpening devices with noticeably poor results. Perhaps I'm just inept. So imagine my delight when I immediately found that with this sharpener I could get edges like a master. I gleefully put it to use on every old knife I could lay my hands on. I was really going great guns when it all came to a halt after about a dozen knives or so by shutting off. I almost packed it up to send back as defective, but decided to wait and see if it simply had overheated and a thermal overload switch had cut out. After about an hour of cooling off, it worked again, so apparently that is the case. Anyway, I am keeping it and will be a bit more circumspect when using it in the future.