Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Priority Chef Knife Sharpener Review

I am a novice at sharpening knives, but am learning quick and getting much better cuts thanks to my new knife sharpener.
 This sharpener creates a concave point as opposed to a straight v shaped edge.  The benefit, it claims, is an extra sharpness that aids in even better cutting.
A non-slip base and comfortable handle make using the sharpener easy.

2 easy steps is all it takes to get a sharp blade. Begin at Step 1 (as marked on the shapener), where 3-4 pulls of the dull knife across the tungsten carbide blades shapes the edge.
Ceramic wheels at Step 2 finish off the knife, giving it a super sharp edge and finishes it off.  
 This thing really works!  I had some very dull knives around my house that I had just been limping along.  A couple of passes through the first step and I had metal shavings.  Maybe I ran it through a little to forcefully, but if that is the case you barely have to put the blade against the carbide, it is that good.
 A few passes over the second step and you have sharp knives again.  It is super easy and super quick!
This sharpener cannot be used with serrated or ceramic knives, but for all other basic steel knives, this is a great tool to have in the kitchen.

You can get one for yourself here.  They currently sell for $14.95, but will be increasing in price closer to $20 in the near future.  To help you get one at a great deal, you can save $5 on the list price by entering the following code:


I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and un-biased review.

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