Twin Select Knife Sharpener by Zwilling J.A. Henckels
Suitable for all quality knives with non-coated blades, this sharpener features two slits (one with steel wheels for coarse and pre-sharpening; another with ceramic wheels for fine sharpening and smoothing). Made for right- or left-handed use, it's safe and stable with its non-skid feet. See complete description »
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Suitable for all quality knives with non-coated blades, this sharpener features two slits (one with steel wheels for coarse and pre-sharpening; another with ceramic wheels for fine sharpening and smoothing). Made for right- or left-handed use, it's safe and stable with its non-skid feet.
This was a complete waste of money! I tried it on several of our knives and it did NOTHING! It will cost me to return it, so I might as well toss it! What a disappointment!
Buy others. This thing does not work well.
The sharpener works very well with my knives. It's easy to use and doesn't take up a lot of space.
This knife appears to be meant for the real thin knives as it does not seem to do much for ones with thicker blades.
Will keep sharp knives pretty sharp. Does not work well for very dull knives.
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Contrary to what you might think, a sharp knife is actually safer than a dull knife. The important thing to remember when chopping and cutting is to let the knife do the work for you. A sharp knife allows you to do that, but a dull knife requires you to exert more pressure to get the job done, which means your hand has a greater chance of slipping.