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MIYABI Sharpener 2-stage Diamond/Ceramic Handheld Knife Sharpener

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MIYABI 2-stage Diamond/Ceramic Handheld Knife Sharpener:
  • MIYABI 2-stage Diamond/Ceramic Handheld Knife Sharpener:
  • Non-slip thanks to six silicone nubs
  • Ergonomic, easy-care plastic handle
  • Suitable for right and left handed users
  • The hand guard ensures safe use.
Charasteristics
  • Substance: Ceramic
  • Manufacturing method: welded
  • Sharpener angle: degree
Measurements
  • Net weight: 0.36 lbs
  • Length of product: 8.27 in
  • Width of product: 1.38 in
  • Height of product: 2.36 in
Miyabi 2-stage Diamond/Ceramic Handheld Knife Sharpener is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very dissapointed This item worked well for about two times and now doesnt work at all. It seems th eknife is not c9ontacting the sharpening stones, being blocked by the plastic guides. This is an absolute shame as i love my Miyabi knives.
Date published: 2019-02-12
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Can this be used to sharpen the Bob Kramer by Zwilling knives? I understand that they also are recommended to a 10-12 degree angle.

Asked by: niceslice
You can use this sharpener on Miyabi and Kramer knives.
Answered by: ZWILLING
Date published: 2019-10-28

What is the angle that this product will produce on each side of the blade? Would this be appropriate for the Miyabi Birchwood knives? Are there any other Zwilling handheld knife sharpeners that can be used for this series?

Asked by: NickS
This item is appropriate for use with any symmetrical Miyabi knife. It sharpens at a 10-12° angle per side. We only recommend using Miyabi sharpeners with Miyabi and other Japanese-style knives.
Answered by: ZWILLING
Date published: 2019-09-16

Can a serrated knife be used on a Zwilling 2 stage knife sharperner

Asked by: Mcr53
This handheld sharpener cannot be used for serrated knives.
Answered by: ZWILLING
Date published: 2018-07-22

Can I use this to sharpen the Miyabi Artisan or Mizu series? Will this do as good a job as sending it back to Henckels to sharpen or do I still need to send it back to sharpen for the perfect finish?

Asked by: juliejulieknives
Yes, this item can be used on all symmetrical Miyabi blades. In addition to home maintenance, we recommend having your non-serrated kitchen knives professionally sharpened 1-2 times a year.
Answered by: ZWILLING
Date published: 2018-07-14

I have a gently used Miyabi 600D series knife that has developed several notches in the blade. Is this sharpener appropriate? If so, which side of sharpener should be used?

Asked by: Leslie49
Yes, this sharpener would be appropriate to use with your knife. You would use both of the stages in order. The first stage will take more steel off the knife to sharpen it, while the second stage will polish and refine the edge.
Answered by: ZWILLING
Date published: 2018-07-14

This sharpener is rated for 10-degrees "on each side"; I have a set of Kaizen 5000DP and one Evolution 400FC Rocking Santoku - will this work to sharpen them? I believe this are one sided, how would I sharpened only one side?

Asked by: RH89
Yes, this sharpener is designed for those knives that are sharpened on both sides of the blade. For asymmetrical blades, you will need to hone with a steel and/or sharpen on a stone, available here: https://www.zwillingonline.com/sharpening.html.
Answered by: ZWILLING
Date published: 2018-07-14

I just received this sharpener but there were no instructions! How do I use it?

Asked by: paulinetr
Place the sharpener on a flat, sturdy surface such as a table or counter top. Using one hand, hold the sharpener firmly in place on the surface. Place the heel of the knife in the slot with the edge straight down (as if you were going to slice something). Applying only a small amount of pressure, pull the knife through towards you. Repeat until the knife is sharp (it should only take a few pulls). If your blade is very dull, start on coarse side (steel wheels) and pass through a few times, then continue to the fine side (ceramic wheels). If the knife just needs a touch up, only use the fine side.
Answered by: Zwilling Customer Support
Date published: 2019-09-16

I some Miyabi Artisan knives. I am scared of using a honing steel with them, as I may get the angle wrong, and just end up dulling out my knives. Will the ceramic side of this sharpener work similar as honing or would a leather strop be a better idea?

Asked by: rotciv
A honing steel would be the best option between the three mentioned. A honing steel does not remove any material, so it does not actually sharpen. It realigns the microscopic "teeth" on the edge. To ruin a blade with a honing steel, you would need to be very, very far off of the angle of the blade, almost perpendicular. The ceramic stage of the this sharpener will work, as well. It will remove some material, but only a minimal amount. Because of this, it is not recommended for everyday use. A strop will polish an already very sharp blade, but after slight use, the strop may not have a very large effect on the edge. It is usually used as the last step in sharpening, after a very high grit stone.
Answered by: Zwilling Customer Support
Date published: 2019-09-16
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