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Written on: 03/09/2009
Just purchased a Chef's Choice Model 130 Professional Sharpening Station for my restaurant, even though it's not meant for commercial use. The commercial model costs over 500, so I had to try this one for myself to justify the cost. We have 20 knives in house, and for the past 15 years have had a commercial sharpening service replace our knives every week. (A cost of $50 per week) It's easy to use, by the second knife, I had the feel for the machine. As a chef, I can choose between the second… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2007 by triedalot (32 reviews written)
This is a heavy little device about the size (and weight) of a brick. In essence there are three pairs of V-angled slots through which you pull the knife to be sharpened. Starting with the left-most pair, these are used for initial sharpening or major re-sharpening and the knife is pulled through each slot in turn against a revolving grindstone to give a reasonably sharp edge.
The middle pair are the most used pair and the knife is again pulled through but this time against a static 'steel' to… Read Full Review
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Written by Dinkum dude