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KitchenIQ 50084 Pro Manual Counter Pull-Thru Sharpener

3.5 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Easy to slide cover ensures proper sharpening slot selection
  • Soft grip handle for comfort and control
  • Non-slip rubber feet for safety
  • Pre-set diamond rods and ceramic stones
  • Sharpens Asian/Santoku double beveled knives
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Product Description

The Diamond Elite Santoku, standard and serrated pull-thru knife sharpener is the most versatile of all of the KitchenIQ Pull-Thrus. It offers two stages, coarse and fine, for sharpening both straight and serrated knives as well as two stages for Asian Santoku double-beveled knives. The coarse sharpening features pre-set diamond rods that quickly sharpen the knife at the correct angle every time. Ceramic stones provide the finest of sharpening to finish the knife's edge.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10 x 4.1 x 1.6 inches
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Edgeware
ASIN B003E37YNQ
Item model number 50084
Customer Reviews
3.5 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #452,645 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#1,632 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Knives & Cutlery Accessories > Knife Sharpeners
#6,071 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances
Date first available at Amazon.com March 15, 2010

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By JE1058 on January 8, 2011
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It seems to be assembled well. It just takes a lot of elbow grease if your knives are dull. If they're somewhat sharp, it seems to do a decent job fine-tuning them.
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This is a very good product and I use it often. It's convenient not to have to have two sharpeners, one for standard knives and the other for Santuko blades. This sharpener features sharpening elements for both, side-by-side. It creates a renewed, sharpened edge on any of the knives I've used it on in a few gentle pulls through the sharpening element. The only reason I don't give this product 5 stars is that I think it takes just a few too many pulls for the knife edge to reach the maximum sharpness. Other than that, what a deal for the dollar!
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PROS:
- Works well enough to sharpen your knives but with considerable effort if dull
- Has coarse and fine slots for a standard chef's knife
- Has coarse and fine slots for a santoku knife. Santoku blades are narrower in angle.
- Can use either left or right-handed
- Sturdy and remains stable on countertop while sharpening
- Plastic cover separates standard slots from santoku slots.

CONS:
- Does only a "decent" job sharpening
- Requires two hands to operate (may be challenging for our ADA friends)
- The fine slot blades seem like they may wear out from frequent use.

We received a set of Henckel knives for our wedding, only to be disappointed that they came dull out of the box. No problemo, to the sharpener!
I've used this sharpener for years and while it will add an edge to a dull knife it will never come as close to razor sharp as taking your knifes to a professional sharpener. I'm not talking that pimple-faced kid at the mall with a grinder. I mean a blade smith who knows his metals and edges.

I've found this sharpener will usually add a nice edge to just about any knife, and I really appreciate that there is a Santoku blade sharpener because a Santoku edge is narrower and shouldn't be sharpened to the wider edge of a standard chef's knife. However it does take a large number of sharpening strokes to achieve (about ten to twelve pulls per slot) which seems too many. And I've got one particular Henckel this sharpener has never been able to make sharp. I guess I'll have to take it to my local blade smith.

Remember to always wipe a blade after sharpening with a paper towel to remove metal filings.

So consider cost vs. sharpness. If you don't want to pay $7 a knife to a pro this is a decent home option.
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I liked the idea of the quad sharpener for 2 different types of knives. I was hoping to find a sharpener that would keep my knives sharp in between stone sharpening. It works ok on some of the cheaper knives, but not so well on the more expensive Shun or Forschner. Great for house knives, but for working knives there is no easy way out, get a stone.
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I found this sharpener to be a real disappointment. I had a smaller cheaper model from another company that did a much better job for half the money. After 30 hard pulls on the diamond rods I still needed quite a bit of pressure just to slice a tomato-- not at all what I was used to from my old unit. Yes, it is well built and feels good in the hand as you use it-- it just doesn't sharpen very well.
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