Chef's Choice Model 4623 3-Stage Diamond Hone Knife Sharpener
- Manual knife sharpener
- 3-Stage sharpening system
- Sharpens Euro/American and Asian style knives
- 100% diamond abrasives in all three stages
- 15 degree and 20 degree edge capabilities
- Everyday cutlery, sport, pocket, and filet knives can all be sharpened
- Ergonomic handle for right- or left-handed users
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Maintain and restore the razor sharp edges on all types of knives with the Chef’sChoice Model 4623 Diamond Hone AngleSelect Knife Sharpener.
This professional and economical sharpener is the perfect tool for quickly and easily sharpening European, American, and Asian style knives.
The AngleSelect function expertly restores and recreates the 20 degree edge on many traditional European and American style knives as well as the 15 degree edge found on many Asian style knives.
This sharpener creates arch-shaped edges on blades that are stronger and last longer than the traditional v-shaped edges.
3-Stage Sharpening System
The Chef’sChoice Model 4623 sharpener uses a 3-stage system for sharpening all types of knives. The first two stages sharpen and hone the knife’s edge using 100% diamond abrasives. The first stage is for knives with a 15 degree edge and the second stage is for 20 degree class knives.
The third stage uses micron-sized diamond abrasives for polishing the edges of the knives after they’ve been sharpened in Stages 1 or 2. This stage is also used for sharpening serrated blades.
Convenient and Comfortable Size and Shape
This is the perfect sharpener for use in the kitchen at home, at a cottage, or in a camper or trailer because of it’s light, compact size and portability. It also works for right- and left-handed sharpening.
|Abrasive||100% Diamond Abrasives|
|Resulting Edge Angle||15 or 20 degrees|
Sales Representative John Molina is an excellent ambassador for Nella Food Equipment. His instructions as to the operation of our product was outstanding. No issues at all when we used it for the first time.
We are looking forward to dealing with John Molina in the future