Chef'schoice Steelpro 475 Commercial Sharpener

Priced: $49.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Chef'schoice Steelpro 475 Commercial Sharpener -
If you prefer a steeled edge to your blades, then this is the sharpener for you. The SteelPro develops a perfect steeled edge while retaining the original edge for sharpness. The super-hardened sharpening steels use a nonabrasive process that maintains the original razor-sharp edge as it steels. The result is incredibly sharp knives. The precise angle guides ensure better-than-professional quality, plus the whole unit is washable and can be rinsed in the sink.
Dimensions: 2.75" x 3" x 7".


  • Washable
  • Retains the original edge
  • Develops a perfect steeled edge in less time
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Chef'schoice Steelpro 475 Commercial Sharpener Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Chef's Choice SteelPro

The Chef's Choice SteelPro is an excellent tool for maintaining a sharp edge on a knife that has been properly sharpen prior to use of the SteelPro. It's not a knife sharpener. It's a steel meant to maintain an edge so that the knife doesn't have to be resharpened constantly. It is very simple to use and should last a very long time. I would recommend it to others.
ultrasea at Cabelas on 01/11/2012

Chef's Choice SteelPro-475 Commercial Sharpener

I used the Sherpener one time this season so far and it did an excellent job on some of my knives. The key to a good blade sharpening is having a good knife steel. I do love my sharpener.
LAYN at Cabelas on 08/26/2011

Great Job

This sharpens my knives better than any other sharpner I have owned. Happy that I purchased it.
jduckhead at Cabelas on 10/24/2011

Negative Reviews:

Steeled edge my foot.

This is a fancier version of the old "crock sticks" that came out 15 years ago. It in no way gives the type of edge the manufacturer claims. I can get ten times the edge with my old Gadco Sharpener. However, I gave it to the wife and she manages to get some what of a cutting edge on her kitichen cutlery. The sharpener is way over rated, and way over priced for the results it delivers. Save your money on this one.
JIMBOTHEKING at Cabelas on 05/08/2011