just to be clear, the zwilling pro does not have a full bolsterchagel wrote: ↑ I sharpen knives as a business.
This is bad advice.
Pull through sharpeners are so very limited on what they do and so often I find it completely messes up the blade shape. Especially with Henkels where they have a full bolster all the way to the edge, and the whole knife isn't able to fit in the sharpener. Eventually (even if you don't have bolster clearance issues) you'll come to find it creates curves where your edge should be flat.
Pull through knife sharpeners do more harm than good, and it's so much cheaper to just have someone touch up your knives from time to time. Usually about $5-$10 per knife and it'll be like new.
it is angled, and has no heel like the wusthof classic. the angled design actually has a beautiful feel in the fingers and allows for a very comfortable grip.
the pro is a significantly heavier blade than the wusthof, and depending on your preference, may promote the rocking that some people like when chopping vegetables.