Kitchen IQ 50142 Pro Ceramic Edge Gourmet Electric Knife and Scissors Sharpener
|Price:||$131.89 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Rubber hand grip for comfort and control
- Non-slip rubber feet for safety
- Ceramic wheel cleaning brush
- Clean-out slot under machine
- Electric and manual features
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
Compare to Similar Items
This item: Kitchen IQ 50142 Pro Ceramic Edge Gourmet Electric Knife and Scissors Sharpener
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Length||11.63 inches||9.9 inches||8.25 inches||12 inches|
|Item Package Weight||5.56 pounds||2.75 pounds||2.2 pounds||4.4 pounds|
Please help us improve this feature. Tell us what you think of this feature.
Top Customer Reviews
Until recently, I was most pleased with the electric Chef's Choice Trizor XV which takes any knife down to a 15° angle. But it is time consuming to say the least. It, however, makes knives extremely sharp despite "shaving" metal from the cutting edge. It is the best of all the Chef Choice sharpeners I have used for the past several decades.
My new electric sharpener, the Smith's Edgeware with ceramic interlocking stones is the best I have ever used, period. My knives are sharper than ever before. And it is an effortless system in that it sharpens both sides of the cutting edge at the same time so you don't have to feel for the burr before continuing each stage of sharpening. It takes less than 30 seconds to pull the knife through the slot 10 times and, being ceramic, virtually no metal is removed.
It is simple to use, produces extremely sharp edges and takes much less time than any of the other Chef Choice or manual sharpeners I've used, although all of these other sharpeners can do a great job with patience on your part.
It sharpens to a 17.5° angle which lays between the European (think Wustof) 20° and the Japanese 15°. Since my knives were already at 15°, it probably made it easier for this sharpener to reshape up to the 17.5° angle per side.
But one of my half width cleavers was at 20° so it gets pulled through a manual carbide stone slot 10 times to reshape it's edge and then goes through the rotating wheels.Read more ›
In many ways, this is a very impressive tool. It could almost be called a multi-toll because it provides so many options: a manual carbide sharpeener to hone or repair damaged knives, a (in my experience unique) sharpener for serrated knives, a scissors sharpener, and an electric ceramic wheel sharpener for routine touch-ups and manitenence.
Despite somewhat intimidating warning in the manual, this tool is very easy to use. In less than 15 minutes I had shapened near every blade in my kitchen: over a dozen chef's knives, a set of steak knives, and a wide variety of knives (paring, sandwich,vegetable...) which had been sitting in my drawer for years.
I am very impressed with it's performance on the serrated knives, as well as most of the old knives which I was ready to throw or give away. Suddenly they are useful again! My serrated knives, which I'd accepted as having reached their half-life are as good or better than new!
So why the 4 stars? Well, if I could I would give it a 4.5 On most of the knives I tested it with the performance was excellent.Read more ›
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the fact that the main sharpening medium is ceramic, leaving my coveted, pricey kitchen knives with as much metal as possible after being beautifully sharpened. This sharpener is also SUPER easy to use. Simply push in the power button, and gently and carefully guide your knife's blade through the sharpening slot and over the rotating ceramic sharpening barrels.
I've tried plenty of manual sharpeners over the years, and I always keep a honing steel on hand, because more often than not, your knives just need a good honing session. But when they actually, truly need to be SHARPENED, this sharpener does the job beautifully. Edgeware's Pro Ceramic Edge Gourmet Electric Knife and Scissors Sharpener has a black rubber guard below the slot through which you'll guide your (non-serrated) knife's blade, making the sharpening session comfortable, while protecting the sharpener unit from any unexpected cuts or scratches if your hand should slip. To the right of this are two small metal blade honing/sharpening areas, one for straight edge blades (intended to set the initial edge on your knives for successful sharpening in the unit), and one for serrated blades (and really, the ONLY place to sharpen your serrated blades, as doing such is a delicate task).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The absolute best and easiest to use knife sharpener ever! I've been using mine for about six months and I couldn't be happier! It's made for a wide variety of knives. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Southern Traveler
This is the best knife sharpener I've ever owned! I absolutely love it!Published 5 months ago by Pam
Knife sharpener is fine, a bit disappointed with the scissors sharpener.Published 12 months ago by Mike
Very good product. I've used it several times to sharpen my knives of all sizes.Published 15 months ago by Michael A. Scalf
works on all my knives and made a night and day difference to how dull my knives really werePublished 16 months ago by bd