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KEEN Toddlers Howser II Shoe 6 Steel Grey Wood Violet
The KEEN Toddlers' Howser II Shoe is a slipper for your youngest. Tiny feet deserve extra coziness so in steps the fleece-lined slipper shoe. With or without socks their choice and a rubber Outsole helps prevent slips and falls when charging from room to room. Heading to the store? No problem they're indoor/outdoor so they're ready to stroll around with these upon their feet. Features of the KEEN Toddlers' Howser II Shoe Lightweight Performance mesh Upper Elastic Gore for easy on and off Fleece lining for warmth PU and EVA foam insole for ultimate step-in comfort and support Direct-attach PU Midsole for resilient long-lasting cushioning Eco anti-odor for natural odor control
T. Knox "Regular Guy": I've been the knife sharpener in the house for years, and that task just got a whole lot easier. This unit is stable, quiet, easy to use, and does a great job. It's important to read the directions, and practice a little on a knife that you don't care about.I've sharpened every knife in the house, and they are all plenty sharp. I was a little concerned about getting the curve and tip right, but really, it is easy to do. I would guess that many of you who have your edges ground by a pro have one of these in their back room.
T. K. Schonhoff: Cooks Illustrated gave this sharpener a very strong review (their best-of-class as I recall) and I reluctantly laid down my trusty sharpening steel to give it a try. Once I got this special 3-beveled edge on our knives I never regretted the decision to switch. What's particularly nice is that the edge returns so easily with a quick touch-up on the finest setting.I've also notice virtually no obvious loss of metal on the knives after many touch-ups, a problem with other sharpeners that can quickly consume your blades. If you want an edge that makes you feel more like a surgeon than a chef, this will deliver.[The only downside is that it's no good for serrated knives, but their newer model 120 will handle them too.]
A. Gehlke "Cat Mom": Okay so I bought one for me and one for my brother without knowing how well it would work (or not). I used this on a Tramontina knife set that I received as a gift many years ago. I was pleasantly surpised at how sharp I was able to get my 8" chef's knife! I have yet to try it on my Henkel set and 8" Gerber. My knives went from me sawing away at my meats to a one swipe slicer and it's SO much easier chopping onions and other veggies while I prepare meals.
Amazon Customer "RB": Perhaps I need more practice. I couldn't get any better than a barely adequate edge with it. However, I did find that just a few swipes of a good steel _after_ using the Chef's Choice produced a very nice edge. Still, I give it 4 stars because unlike stones or stick sharpeners (which I've never been able to master), I can get a good edge with this, and the steel. What had I been using before? A _file_ (I know, I know...but it works).
Bargain hunter: We bought this sharpener (Model 460 Chrome finish) after getting some good feedback from friends and the fact that it can do both regular and serrated knives. We also looked at the pricier electric sharpner (Model 110) from Edge Craft (Chefs Choice). But we settled for this one since we felt we would use this at the most once or twice a month. When we got the 460 we were surprise that it is made of platic and very light. But the chrome finish is good. I followed the instructions and got very good results on my Henckles knives. Also tried a serrated bread knife and results were good.