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Chef's Choice 320 Sharpener $29.95 in-store (was $119.99)

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  • May 5th, 2015 4:57 am
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[OP]
Deal Addict
Sep 3, 2014
1152 posts
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Maple Ridge, BC

[Sears] Chef's Choice 320 Sharpener $29.95 in-store (was $119.99)

One of these:

http://www.amazon.com/Chefs-Choice-320- ... B00005KJWZ

In Store Only

Abbotsford Store Only

$29.95 + taxes

About 10 left - there was a pile of about 30 when they were $99.99 up until this weekend.

Now on final clearance.
6 replies
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
29311 posts
14823 upvotes
<3 OP
I picked one up. $30 is like 2-3x the price of a manual pull through sharpener. It's a no brainer to buy one of these for cheapo knives.

There was a bunch of stuff there on clearance.
I bought a fry cutter for my food processor. But on the drive back I realized how stupid it is.
There's no way I can fit a whole potato down the chute of my Kitchenaid. Oh well. It was $20 and included a bowl and some other blade.
Plus I might be able to dice some things with it.
Member
Oct 15, 2013
359 posts
350 upvotes
I have a 1520 (basically this + a 15 degrees angle set of stones) and I am definitely not only using it on cheap knives. At first I was thinking "oh this precious Japaneses knife has to be sharpened by a master in a shop somewhere" but tbh I'm not looking at the edge of the blade through a microscope, and with using the white stones final stage after every use, my knives stay well maintained.
Jr. Member
Nov 28, 2013
118 posts
115 upvotes
Toronto
Episode666 wrote: I have a 1520 (basically this + a 15 degrees angle set of stones) and I am definitely not only using it on cheap knives. At first I was thinking "oh this precious Japaneses knife has to be sharpened by a master in a shop somewhere" but tbh I'm not looking at the edge of the blade through a microscope, and with using the white stones final stage after every use, my knives stay well maintained.
Actually I HAVE inspected my good knives with a 30X lens and the electric diamond sharpener does a great job.
Member
Apr 27, 2007
226 posts
21 upvotes
Toronto
Any in Toronto? I would love to buy this
Sr. Member
Oct 2, 2011
598 posts
574 upvotes
London
Such a great product. Been using one for a year or two. Love it.
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Oct 10, 2004
905 posts
197 upvotes
Winnipeg
None to be found at Sears Polo Park in Winnipeg.

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