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AccuSharp Pull-Through Knife Sharpener

AccuSharp Pull-Through Knife Sharpener

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Please just spend your $18 on a combo whetstone if you want sharp knives. You can probably pick up a king combo whetstone for around this price.
If you want to ruin a knife, crossed carbide is a great way to do that. I don't use this product (though I use a similar system), Wicked Edge describes it very well with pictures https://www.wickededgeusa.com/comparisons-of-knife-sharpeners/
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You don't want to actually SEE metal flaking off...
Also, since we are now being technical. "Steeling" is honing.
namhod
The definition seems to float. A steel is just a steel and is meant to straighten an edge. A "honing" steel typically means abrasive, like ceramic (Idahone rod). That actually sharpens. But some definitions say honing is just straightening, others say sharpening. I agree steel should not be "flaking" off anytime.
It says commercial grade. They really think this will survive a full blown kitchen? I mean it respectfully. I'm looking for sharpeners so.