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MAC brand Ceramic Knife Sharpener #SR85

This ceramic honing rod features a 1200 grit that polishes your knives edge’s smooth. Designed similar to a traditional steel rod, it aligns your edge with every use. The ceramic rod is a harder material than steel and contains much finer grit that obtain faster results. This is a ceramic product and will shatter if

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This ceramic honing rod features a 1200 grit that polishes your knives edge’s smooth. Designed similar to a traditional steel rod, it aligns your edge with every use. The ceramic rod is a harder material than steel and contains much finer grit that obtain faster results. This is a ceramic product and will shatter if it hits a hard surface. Mac knives are Known as some of the sharpest knives, They have razor-like edges for effortless slicing, they are hard so they stay sharp longer, One slice with MAC knives and you will experience for yourself a new definition of sharpness, nicely balanced and are a good value.

Product Features

  • Only hones and does not sharpen
  • Ceramic honing rods are a very hard material and have a much finer grit which obtains faster and better results
  • Produces a fine edge
  • Hand wash is recommended Not dishwasher safe
  • Made In Japan

Comments

R. Cloud says:

Much better than any grooved steel Please don’t listen to “Capt Tom”. A grooved steel can give similar results if used VERY cautiously, but because all the tiny contact points put greater pressure on the knife they can actually cause microscopic serrations.If you spent the money on a quality knife do yourself a favor and go ceramic. It might take a little longer to hone you knife, but you can rest easy knowing that you are properly realigning the edge without ruining your precious knife.

EK says:

poor quality control While I love my Mac knives, I can’t say the same for this ceramic rod. Mine came with two small protrusions on it just waiting to ding my edge. Luckily, there’s enough clean real estate on the rod to avoid these problematic areas. However, I don’t think I should have to go through the hassle of orienting the ceramic rod so carefully every time I want to run my knife down it.

Nate Dawg says:

Great Value! I’ve been very impressed with this sharpening rod. It’s a great product, but more importantly it’s a great value. Before buying this product, I priced ceramic sharpening steels around the Toronto area [where I live] and came away appalled at how much places were charging. They commonly ranged in price from $50-150, and none were much different than this one. I recently compared this rod to a $150 Global ceramic sharpening rod, and couldn’t find much difference in the ceramic surface. The difference was that the Global rod featured their signature metal handle, and a giant rubber guard at the top of the handle. The finger guard on the Mac rod is quite trim, but I have yet to really see any need for a giant rubber guard. If you are really so concerned about cutting down into the handle and catching your fingers, you don’t need a $150 rod, you need to change your technique.

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