Posted April 8, 2008 by Howard
Master Grade Commercial Grade Sharpening System
This system is extraordinary. It has a high powered motor and replaceable sanding wheels with three different grits. If you really want to rework the edges on your knives, this system will do it with expert results. The sets that we sell include the base unit with standard cover, a replacement cover with wider access for coarse grit reshaping, the fine grit wheels mounted on the unit, and replacement medium and coarse grit wheels.
We like this unit but it is geared for commercial kitchens and not fine cutlery. If you are using it for your fine cutlery, use extreme caution that you don’t remove too much metal with each sharpening or your knives won’t last for the generations they were built for!
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Posted April 7, 2008 by Howard
Rachael Ray Cutlery and Accessories
It’s not just the name that sold us on these products. They are designed by some very creative people in Australia and the knives have a great feel. The sharpening system is remarkable and we have a smaller version that will be available soon from Gerber. The knives range from the introductory selection at very low prices to the copper tipped metal handle series.
Posted March 31, 2008 by Howard
Made in the USA for decades, this tungsten carbide sharpener performs at a great price. Mounts easily anywhere you want. Just pull a knife through a few times to dress up the edge and you have a cutting tool. They are offered at a really low price.
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Posted November 5, 2007 by Howard
Posted August 1, 2007 by Howard
DMT Diamond Magna-Guide Sharpening System. This is a super lightweight and portable sharpening system that also utilizes the state of the art in diamond coating technology and a clamp that adjusts to seven angles. We like this new system! The super strong magnet/rod piece will stick strongly to any double sided Diafold. It comes with a fine/extra fine combo. Here’s the sales material: Full Story
Posted July 19, 2007 by Howard
Japanese Water Stones have been the secret weapon of serious knife sharpeners for a long, long time. Now the secret is out. True to their name, these stones use water instead of oil. They allow you to put a razor edge on any straight edge knife. The Knife Center is proud to offer a great selection of fine Japanese water stones including a new selection brought in from Japan..