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- عجلات شحذ حجر القمح والجزء الخارجي من الأسود والرمادي
- حبيبات خشنة ومتوسطة وفائقة النعومة
- آمنة مع حماية من العجلات المشحذة
- مقبض يدوي وسهل الاستخدام
- مقبض كبير مريح
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|نوع الحبيبات||رقيق ، متوسط ، خشن ، ناعم|
أصفر – ناعم، بني – متوسط وأزرق – عجلات سيراميك خشنة مناسبة لجميع السكاكين. مبراة عجلة مائية من السيراميك سهلة الاستخدام من مينو شارب – بالنسبة لبعض الأشخاص، تعلم مهارة الشحذ المتوسط باستخدام قضيب سيراميك أو ماسي. من الضروري الحفاظ على سكاكينك بشكل منتظم وسيكون من الأسهل الحفاظ عليها على المدى الطويل. توصي العالمية باستخدام مبراة عجلات مائية تسمى مينو شارب ومينوشارب بلس. هذه مبراة سيراميك محمولة باليد ولا تحتاج إلى خبرة أو مهارة لاستخدامها، ببساطة املأ الخزان بالماء وقم بتمرير سكينك للخلف والأمام عدة مرات. تضمن العجلات الخزفية الثورية شحذ الشفرة بزاوية صحيحة.
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Lyn K5.0: It was with some skepticism that I bought this item as there are many considerably cheaper knife sharpeners available – what could be so much better about this one? Further reading informed me that this was the only one recommended for use with Global knives and several reviewers of cheaper options commented that they had damaged their expensive knives.So I took the view that with some of my knives costing £100+ to replace it wasn’t worth taking the chance with a cheaper sharpener to save £20.First things first: make sure you fill up the water reservoir before use – it’s an essential part of the system – do not try to ‘dry sharpen’ you’ll simply wreck both the knife and the sharpening wheels. Secondly you do not need to use any pressure at all – simply run the knife through the wheels back and forth with gravity doing the work for you. I suspect many of those who’ve complained about broken sharpening wheels haven’t followed this advice.Naturally I tried it on a cheap knife first – in this case an old Sainsbury’s own-brand 20cm cook’s knife I bought to take to University in the ’90s. It’d been used on and off for 10 years without ever having seen a sharpener and has so many nicks in the blade it’s embarrassing. So I ran it through all three sets of wheels a dozen times forward and back in each. I washed it off then had a look at the blade: the nicks had mostly been removed and using it to cut a carrot I was able to use considerably less force than before.(cutting carrot is a good test – a blunt knife will need a fair amount of force to cut it a sharp knife should be able to do it almost with gravity alone)So after that initial success it was with some trepidation I moved onto my 20cm Global cook’s knife. This is an expensive knife and I wasn’t going to be pleased if I wrecked it. As with the other knife this one hasn’t ever seen a sharpener but I’ve only owned it ~3 years and have kept it in considerably better condition than the Sainsbury’s knife. With this in mind I ran it through the medium and fine wheels leaving the coarse wheel out of the equation.As with the cheap knife performance was noticably improved and the knife doesn’t appear to have suffered any damage from the experience.All in all a very worthwhile purchase and safe to use (carefully!) with expensive knives.
JTizzle5.0: I’ve had some Global knives for just over a year and in that time they have gotten dull through regular use. I’m not confident enough to buy a whetstone and “have a go” at doing it myself especially when you consider the cost of the knives. A friend with global knives recommended this product to me and I’m really very happy with the results after using it.It comes with three sharpening wheels that sit in a reservoir of water. There’s a guide slot that you place the knife in so you can’t wobble or go off course. You just do about 7 strokes back and forth on each wheel with light pressure on the back of the knife. Start with the coarse wheel and work down to the fine wheel. Once I’d done this I was very impressed with how sharp the knives came out.I think the product is a little pricey for what it is but I can’t knock it’s effectiveness. When you consider how much you pay for Global brand knives I don’t begrudge paying for something that is going to maintain their sharpness well.I used Amazon Prime for this order. Ordered it on Saturday afternoon arrived Sunday.
Amazon Customer3.0: I wouldn’t rely on it to keep your Global knives razor sharp. I use whetstones to keep them in tip-top condition. I find this is perfect for maintaining cheap knives and taking on holiday to sharpen the blunt crud you always find in holiday cottages. Five minutes with this and you can actually cut things up.
Edward4.0: This sharpener is the best I’ve used to date – which is saying a lot ! The only reason why it doesn’t get 5 stars is because although I can get the knives sharp enough to slice paper as you see often on YouTube videos and shop demonstrations it still doesn’t get them “hyper” sharp where you’re scared to try the blade for want of cutting yourself.Other than that – well worth the purchase
Ben R Gray5.0: Easy to use puts a great edge on the blades makes life easy.
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