I have waited to provide a review until I got a chance to see how well the Professional VG2 Knife Sharpener worked. It has not disappointed, in fact, it has impressed me with how well it has worked to bring an edge back to our knives and how it well it keeps them sharp. We do ALOT of cooking and food prep in our home, so our knives get a heavy workout. We have the Wüsthof Ikon Blackwood Chef's knives and paring knife. I would definitely recommend this knife sharpener.
Love it and the best thing is, you also can use it for bread knifes.
There's nothing more satisfying than a simple product that works! I used to have an electric knife sharpener that was a clunky eyesore on my counter. Now, with my new Brod & Taylor sharpener, no more noise, super easy sharpening takes mere seconds, and it sits like a work of art on my counter! LOVE IT!
So far so good, so far this sharpener it’s performing excellent.
I love this knife sharpener. It has made all my knives like new. So much better than the electric model I was using and I feel good about the fact that I am doing it correctly and not taking off metal every time I sharpen. Do not hesitate this is the best knife sharpener on the market
Sharp made simple. Brod & Taylor's Knife Sharpeners are built with a unique sharpening technology to sharpen any knife with ease. Ultra-hard, precision ground tungsten carbide sharpening surfaces, like those used in high-precision machine tools, quickly create a more perfect “v” shape and a superior cutting edge. The carbide sharpeners are mounted on patented spring-action bars that adjust automatically to different blade angles. With the variable angle capability, our sharpeners work beautifully on standard knives, serrated knives, single-bevel Japanese knives, hunting and pocket knives, and more.
Technology. Brød & Taylor sharpeners use two extremely hard, man-made tungsten carbide sharpeners ground to a specialized shape. Mounted on a spring-action bars, the patented system functions as 3 distinctly different sharpeners.
Hone. With the knife tip up - realign a rolled edge without removing metal. Great for daily maintenance.
Sharpen. With the knife tip down - quickly restore the correct bevel shape to very dull or damaged knives.
Serrated. For serrated knives, pull the knife through at an angle to hone and sharpen each serration.