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I bought one of these last time it went in promo. Generally pretty happy with it. I still use a whetstone to sharpen by hand as this sharpener tends to be a bit aggressive on the knives, but it's a very good all around sharpener.

If you already have a whetstone and sharpen by hand then don't bother. If you never sharpen your knives then you should get one and I'm sure you'll be pleased with it.
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A real chef would know the difference between "honing" and "sharpening".
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Good deal. I bought one last time. It works awesome! Knives go from super dull to super sharp in a jiffy. Enjoy!
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The best method I have found to sharpen knives is a whetstone, 2 sided, 2 coarses
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Been waiting since I missed the last one, thanks!
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Good deal. I bought one last time. It works awesome! Knives go from super dull to super sharp in a jiffy. Enjoy!
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I bought one of these last time it went in promo. Generally pretty happy with it. I still use a whetstone to sharpen by hand as this sharpener tends to be a bit aggressive on the knives, but it's a very good all around sharpener.

If you already have a whetstone and sharpen by hand then don't bother. If you never sharpen your knives then you should get one and I'm sure you'll be pleased with it.
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In for 1, thx OP!
Been waiting on this to go back on sale.

This is a wirecutter best pick: https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...ning-tool/
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Great sharpener and great price! I paid $100 for it over a year ago and have been very happy with my purchase.

By far the sharpest my knives have ever been, and I've tried all sorts of other methods (e.g. Spyderco Sharpmaker, whetstones).

In terms of wear on the knife, the first slot does remove quite a bit of metal. However, you shouldn't have to use the first slot often after initial shaping. The second and third slots, which are what you'll use for maintaining your edge, remove minimal metal. Also, don't press too hard when sharpening or you'll cut into the plastic housing.
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Does this work for small knives, like paring knives?
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Does this work for small knives, like paring knives?
Yes. I use it on all my pairing knives and they work the same or maybe even easier that big knife.
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Does this work for small knives, like paring knives?
Yes. I've been able to sharpen my paring knives with this, but it will only sharpen up to 1/8 inch or so of the bolster.
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A Real Chef uses a whetstone or a knife sharpening steel.
I'm not a real chef, I just play one at breakfast and dinner time - occasionally lunch.

Thanks for the comments on the pairing knives, I have an electric sharpener but the grinding wheel is too far into the plastic housing to sharpen these smaller type knives. In for one.
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Just sharpened my old crappy Chicago cutlery set again last week again with this. They come out just as sharp as my ceramic knives and high end ones. Totally worth the money if you have an old dull set of knives but don't want to drop hundreds of dollars on a nice set.
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A Real Chef uses a whetstone or a knife sharpening steel.
A real Chef has a service tend to edges. And this will almost always be a mobile belt service.
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