Wüsthof Classic Ikon Manual Knife Sharpener
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Keep your Wüsthof cutlery in prime condition with this easy-to-use handheld sharpener. Perfect for sharpening and honing all types of knives, it produces a cutting angle of approximately 14 degrees per side. Use the Coarse slot for dull blades, then hone to razor-sharpness with the Fine slot. To refresh an already sharp edge, just run the blade through the Fine slot.
- Suitable for all types of blades, including serrated (using the Coarse stage only).
- Ideal for Wüsthof PEtec knives.
- Coarse diamond slot sets the edge, while the Fine ceramic slot finishes it to perfection.
- The ergonomic handle and nonslip base ensure safe sharpening.
- Great for right- or left-handed users.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 10" x 4" x 2" high.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
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- Gift with Purchase
Rated 5 out of 5 by DaveinNC from Effective, easy to use This product keeps the razor edge on our Wusthof Classic knives via honing; I have not yet had to use the sharpening set on them. It will SHARPEN other knives, but with increased time and effort, as those edges aren't likely to be the same angle as the Wusthof knives. This particular product is not for the Asian-type knives, which have a different edge angle. My wife is now very happy to have sharp knives.Date published: 2016-08-28
How comparable are the results on 14 degree Wusthof blades between this unit versus the 14 degree slots on the Wusthof "4-Stage" sharpener that also has two slots for 10 degree blades? Hi Jim C, We have a Manual Knife Sharpener comparison chart that you may reference to review the features of each sharpener in our assortment. https://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/cutlery/manual-knife-sharpeners-compare/ There shouldn't be that much of a difference in results between the two since they're both from Wusthof. I would lean towards the 4-Stage version since it can also do 10 degree blades.Date published: 2019-01-10