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The Best Electric Knife Sharpener

THE FIRST TIME you slice into food with a truly sharp knife, it’s eye-opening; you feel as if your skills just leveled up. We’ve long recommended electric knife sharpeners because a good one can bring the dullest, most damaged blade back to life and then keep it in prime shape with quick touch-ups.

Our previous favorite, the Chef’sChoice Trizor 15XV Knife Sharpener, had some new competition, so we bought fresh copies of the Trizor 15XV and six rivals, all priced from about $37 to about $160. We selected machines designed to sharpen blades to 15-degree angles because our favorite chef’s knife, the Victorinox Swiss Army

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