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Chef's Choice 15 Trizor XV EdgeSelect Knife Sharpener - $69.99 + Free Shipping for Prime Members

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These are great for ruining knives. Learn to free hand on a $20 Norton 8" dual side India or Crystolon stone.
Nonsense. I've been using this for years and have yet to have any of my knives "ruined." Your personal preference for sharpening knives by hand does not change the fact that this is a good sharpener and a great price.
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Nonsense. I've been using this for years and have yet to have any of my knives "ruined." Your personal preference for sharpening knives by hand does not change the fact that this is a good sharpener and a great price.
Well damn - id love to hear a third opinion
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Well damn - id love to hear a third opinion
LoL

These are becoming like a motor oil thread

Anyways, 3rd opinion.

Works great.

Lasts long time.

Good enough for me.
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But.... Its "refurbed" I dunno...A refurbed knife sharpener?
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they initially put as 'refurb' by mistake, it is new.
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I own this exact model and several Japanese stones. I use this way more often on my daily kitchen knives. I only use the japanese stone on my VG10 and BD1N knives.

This machine is a work horse for quick sharpening if you use your knives daily. Run your knives through stage 2 (at least once a week) about 4 pass on both side and same on stage 3 (daily) before using. Bought it in sale for $90 and been using it every week for over a year now.

Dont listen to people who worship only Whetstone. Get both you'll need it if you own a daily knives and occasionally knives me.
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In for 1. Missed out on the last Woot deal and was looking for one of these. Casual whetstone user but moving away from stones due to time constraints.
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Dang, I bought $79.99 + tax on Jan. 20 and still in the sealed box ;(
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This is a great sharpener for stamped knives. It's easy to recommend a stone to freehand here but some knives aren't worth the time. I use a pull through sharpener on my cheap knives - my dexters, kiwis etc. Need a razor sharp edge for two minutes? This will get you it.

Obviously if you're serious about knives and have spent i'd say maybe 80+ on one knife then a stone is better for you. However if you have a cheap $100 knife set this will keep them sharp and you happy.
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Well damn - id love to hear a third opinion
I have a similar unit (admittedly it's not this one) and I find it waaay too aggressive in removing metal. For cheap knives, I'd use a small ceramic rod kit, and actual stones for a high dollar set.
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I've had this one for awhile now...not sure if it works that great? Maybe I got a lemon or I don't know WTF I'm doing, which is more likely?
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I've had this one for awhile now...not sure if it works that great? Maybe I got a lemon or I don't know WTF I'm doing, which is more likely?
More like WTF
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This is a great sharpener for stamped knives. It's easy to recommend a stone to freehand here but some knives aren't worth the time. I use a pull through sharpener on my cheap knives - my dexters, kiwis etc. Need a razor sharp edge for two minutes? This will get you it.

Obviously if you're serious about knives and have spent i'd say maybe 80+ on one knife then a stone is better for you. However if you have a cheap $100 knife set this will keep them sharp and you happy.
I use this on a $150 knife (Chroma type 301 that exec chef from MGM Grand used to buy for his people). Sharper than it was new.

That said, this shapener still requires some skill, not like a whetstone, but you can mess up your knife, and you can make the edge inconsistent if you don't get the technique down.

It is however easy to master. I would sharpen a couple cheap knives first to get the hang of it. Speaking of which I converted most of my 30 degree knives to 15 with the trizor. They are MUCH sharper, but obviously don't maintain the edge quite as long.

Only criticism is the manufacturer customer service is garbage. I contacted them multiple times to get some information on lifetime before replacement of the finest wheel and stroping bar. They simply never responded.
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