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MinoSharp 440/BR Ceramic Wheel Water Sharpener Plus, Black/Red
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- Excellent universal ceramic water sharpener able to restore the razor sharpness to your knife
- The mino sharp plus is sutiable for all knives, except those that are sharpened on one side only
- It features two sharpening wheels
- The white wheel is rough/coarse and the pink wheel is medium/coarse for finishing the knife edges
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MinoSharp Plus Black/Red. If ease of use is your primary consideration, MinoSharp Plus is the correct sharpening tool for you. It is suitable for all brands of knives. However, It cannot be used for serrated knives or knives sharpened on one side like the Bunmei knives. The larger wheels of the MinoSharp Plus put a larger edge on your knives giving them a longer lasting edge. The large wheels make the MinoSharp Plus the most effective sharpening gadget, manual or electric, on the market. The MinoSharp Plus is more appropriate for thicker, heavier European and American brands of knives.
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You will quickly find that some of your older non-serrated knives can cut just as well as knives costing a lot more. If I'm going to be cooking for a while, I always get this out, so I can make sure my knives are re-sharpened (in case my wife or college-age children have used the knives in the meantime and dulled them a bit). The price is reasonable (considering how well this device performs). I assume at some point the ceramic wheels, which do the hard work of removing hardened steel so the knive blad is sharp, wear out, but I have not yet gotten to that point, and I've sharpened a bunch of knives, including a bunch of large kitchen knives for friends. I assume when the ceramic blades wear out, the device is to be tossed, or that's what the manufacturer wants, because there is no information in the box or instructions on how to get replacement ceramic blades. Even so, this device is a bargain. I was ready to purchase a new set of kitchen knives and this device made it apparent my current knives are more than adequate.
I've used it for a year every month or so, so I can't comment on how long it continues to deliver in the long run, but so far no issues.
The sharpener is easy to use but the box means it when it says don't apply too much pressure. The blade will get stuck or the stone won't turn right so the proper light pressure and smooth back and forth motion is important.