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minoSharp Knife Sharpener
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- Water filled for a razor sharp finish
- Ideal for use with narrow bladed knives, such as Japanese styled Global or Tsuki knives
- Perfect for keeping your knives sharp at all times
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|Ean||4543455522056 , 0645220074365|
|Global Trade Identification Number||04543455522056|
|Item Weight||168 grams|
|Number of Items||1|
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This is an effective and easy to use knife sharpener. First you fill the water reservoir and draw blade through the coarse ceramic wheels to sharpen, then draw the knife through the medium ceramic wheels to hone edge for a razor sharp finish. Recommended for use with Global and other narrow bladed knives.
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1. Robustness: Falling apart. It's plastic, other than the ceramic wheels, so if you treat it roughly then it's easy to imagine that it's probably not going to respond well. I keep mine in its box rather than tossing it in a drawer, which brings me to:
2. Robustness 2: Breaking Wheels. The box tells you in capital letters that NO HEAVY PRESSURE IS REQUIRED, and then in case you're still not convinced tells you again in red lettering that you should use light pressure and shouldn't press hard because you might damage the wheels. And in fact, to get a good result you really don't need to press hard at all - in fact I generally let the knives run pretty much under their own weight and it's enough. But maybe that's because I use:
3. Global knives: It's really intended for knives like Global, and consequently the sharpening angle is set at a much steeper angle than a lot of knives would like. If you're going to use one of these other knives, you're going to be standing for a long time while you grind them down to the new angle. I can't help but wonder if some of the people who break the wheels have been frustrated because their knives aren't getting any sharper, and think that pressing harder is the way to make it work faster.
One possible reason why my experience is different to some of the others here is that mine is 10 years old, and the build quality has changed. If I get a report that the new one has fallen apart, I'll update this review. But in the meantime, I wouldn't hesitate to buy one of these. In fact, I just did!