Chef’sChoice Trizor XV Knife Sharpener
This is the ideal sharpener for converting traditional 20° factory edges of European and American household knives into the high-performance Trizor 15° edge. The versatile XV™ sharpens contemporary double-bevel or single-bevel traditional Asian-style knives, too.
Featuring multi-stages, 100% diamond abrasives and patented flexible stropping discs, the XV creates the Trizor EdgeSelect edge, which helps prolong the life of quality knives by applying a triple-bevel arch-shaped edge that resists dulling longer than conventionally sharpened hollow-ground or V-shaped edges.
The 3-stage process and efficient flexible stropping disks sharpen the edge with minimal metal removal, further helping extend the life of fine knives. Unit also features flexible spring guides to provide accurate control of the sharpening angle, for the thickest or thinnest knife blades, ensuring ultra-sharp edges quickly and easily. Assembled in the USA. Model 0101505.
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Nope! This one only does 15 degree, meaning that your 20 degree knives (for me Wusthof) will be converted. I did a little bit of reading before deciding to commit.
During the sharpening process I wasn't really sure that the edges were looking all that much better.
I was quickly disabused of that notion once I started using the knives I had just sharpened!
What a difference! They were actually better than new.
In short, you won't be disappointed with this sharpener.
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Questions & Answers
I do not know the degree but I know that it is not the normal German knife 20 degree angle on the knife.