The Ultimate Edge 10W 10-Inch Gourmet Oval Diamond Sharpening Steel
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- 10 inch by 3/4 inch oval, 600 grit diamond
- Made of microcrystalline diamonds bonded with nickel to oval steel shaft
- Works with serrated knives; also files glass, crystal, and china
- Lightweight, versatile and easy to use
- Rugged plastic handle has hanging hole
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The Ultimate Edge Model 10W Gourmet Shapening Tool is used by culinary artists, from professionals to students. 10 inch by 3/4 inch oval.
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My Wusthof knives have an easily-achieved, very sharp edge again. Since I was already comfortable using a steel, switching to a diamond steel was easy. Albeit, I do use the diamond steel more slowly, keeping my knife blade at the recommended angle, and I use it only when necessary. I still use my regular steel whenever I pick up a knife to do a cutting task. The only -- minor -- concern I have is that this diamond steel has a plastic handle that may not last for many years, although it seems sturdy.
Bottom line, this is a relatively inexpensive way to sharpen my knives without the damage that a bad electric sharpener can do. I'm pleased and would recommend using a diamond steel to anyone with expensive knives and concerns about keeping them sharp.