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Gatco Edgemate – Aiguiseur (Multi)
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- Gatco 10005 5-Stone sharpening system
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Description du produit
Gatco aiguiseur Edgemate professionnel.
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1. Initial Reaction when I first opened the box was. I GOT SWINDLED. This looks like a pile of junk
2. After reading the directions: I GOT SWINDLED. This looks like a pile of junk
3. After using it for the first time: WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It REALLY WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Overview: The main unit is a T shaped piece of aluminum which is in two pieces (Two L brackets). It has notches in it for the different angles you want to put on the knife, i.e. How sharp do you want it to be. You place the knife between the two pieces of aluminum and tighten it in place. You then pick up the coarse stone which is one of the items in the picture that look like screw drivers. You hold onto the base of the of the T with the blade facing you and put the metal rod of the stone into the angle notch you want to use and push the stone towards the angle bracket. You then pull it back out move the stone about ¾ of the stone width down the blade and repeat until you have done the entire side of the blade. Next you flip the angle bracket upside down and repeat for the other side of the blade. You do the same thing using the medium and finally the fine stone. Once done depending on the angle you chose you will have a wickedly sharp knife.
PROS: IT WORKS PERFECTLY!
CONS: Ok you're not paying $160.00 for it so it has some. Most of the cons go away once you realize you do NOT have to press hard to get the job done.
1. Kind of cheaply made but could easily last a lifetime with proper use.
2. Holding onto the base of an L bracket is kind of stupid and difficult the first time you try to use it. They should have put some sort of hand grip to make it easier to hold on to.
3. Depending on how hard you press and how long the blade is (Long kitchen knife) it is pretty hard not to have the knife swivel between the brackets. Once I realized I only had to apply light pressure this problem went away.
4. You're pushing the stone over the blade. Do not slip or get your fingers in the way or you will be a bloody mess. Once again if you applying light pressure and are paying attention so your fingers do not get in the way it is not an issue.
5. When you first put oil on the stones it instantly disappears. This is not really a con as the stones are new and thirsty but once they get used repeatedly this issue goes away and you still have plenty of oil left.
6. The metal shaft of the stone should be steel not aluminum so it cannot accidently get bent which would mess up the angle. Once again unless you are applying way too much pressure this should not happen, but let's face it people drop thinks so steel would have been better.
7. Depending on the angle chosen you could have the stone come in contact with the T bracket. This is more of the user paying attention when setting the blade between the angle brackets.
8. If you do press to hard on the stone and temporarily bow the knife the stone will come in contact with the metal sides of the blade and leave scratch marks. Once again use light pressure.
Conclusion: It works great and YES I would definitely recommend and buy it myself again. No I have no intentions of buying the $160.00 sharpener as this one works great. When you first get it try it out on a long junk kitchen knife that you do not care about. This will allow you to practice with how much pressure to apply. I am pretty good with it after several tries and using light pressure I can do one side of the blade using one stone in less than 20 seconds. I then come around for a second pass since I am using only very light pressure (part of the 20 seconds). Doing an entire knife on both sides using all three stones takes me about 3 minutes. I could go faster but I want to make sure the blade is not scratched and comes out perfectly and I do not want to get stupid and cut myself. I do not recommend this unit if you are not coordinated holding the T bracket in one hand and sliding the stone over the blade with the other. However, for most people especially those who have worked with tools in the past this is a much cheaper alternative than paying $160.00 and it really does work!
The Gatco 10005 5-Stone sharpening system really gets the knives in my household sharp. I use number 25 for my pocket knife that I carry with me everywhere and it gets it as sharp as a razor ( I show my buddies how sharp my knife is by shaving some hairs from my arm)
This is my choice for sharpening, It's simple to use and gives you consistent results every time!
I also love the fact that it has a stone in there for sharpening serrated blades ( no oil to be used on them!!)
I would for sure recommend this product to anyone really serious about having sharp knives
I purchased an electric that works ok but not good enough..
this sharpener takes more effort but does a nice job of sharpening knives.
there is some skill involved but common sense will tell you everything you need to know
I would recommend this product..