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Ceramic sharpeners are very common, because of their comparatively economical price and very worthy performance. Key problem with them is cleaning. Other than that, they cut quite speedily. Every single sharpening equipment company has more than one ceramic sharpener in their line. Ceramic sharpeners are available in variety of forms, rods, bench stones, triangles and many more.

1. Electric Diamond Knife Sharpener for Ceramic and Steel Knives

This Battery powered electric knife sharpener is the impeccable answer for home sharpening and revitalising of your ceramic and steel kitchen knives. Perfect for Ceramic knives, the diamond grinding stone can go in for .5mm nicks off a blade, attaining a 35-degree angle. A suitable knife guide slot and support roller permit for a manageable and skilful sharpening of the blade. This sharpener can be used for both ceramic and steel knives. It’s stress-free to clean since cover and grinding stone unit is unconnected.


Pros: Diamond Grinding Stone #600 Grade: Electric powered diamond grinding stone can be used on .5mm off blade – A Extra diamond grinding stone is obtainable for future use. Knife Guide Slot: To keep knife at a stable angle, very easy to use and harmless. Assist Roller: To inhibit extra sharpening and reins uniform force. Safety Cover: Grinding and dust are entirely limited in cover.  Indicator Light: Indicates that unit is on and working. An extra diamond grinding stone is available for future use

Cons: Sometimes doesn’t give desired results.


2. Naniwa Super Stones

The Naniwa Super Stones are ceramic and offered in selection of grits. To get a decent advantage with stones, you'll possibly need three, perhaps four, stones with increasingly better grits.

The Naniwa are "splash-and-use" stones, which requires you don't want to immerse them before usage; just put some water on them and initiate sharpening. Thus, soaking aids, especially with the greater grits, which are then fairly "dry" and need recurrent re-wetting. There was no visible pore blockage, however you can grow substantial slurry when honing with the coarser stones.

The only problem is pieces which comprise plastic bases, and which are less solid, have a tendency to shake a lot, but you can also buy the stones short of the bases, which is highly recommended. Also note that Naniwa manufacture an extensive range of stones, some of which are not that good. Souse only the Super Stones ($40 to $140) and a little higher-end Chosera line ($70 to $200) for the finest results.

Pros: Offers a good-looking polish. Perfect edge that seems to wear fairly slow.

Cons:  "splash-and-go" isn't able to give greater results on upper grits. Inexpensive plastic bases are susceptible to shaking, so use only plain stone. 

3. Smith’s Edge Pro Electric Sharpener

The Smith Adjustable is the best performer due to many reasons. They’ve been manufacturing high quality honing and sharpening devices from a very long time. 

The utmost significant feature of this particular unit is the capability to select the angle at which you desire to hone your blade. 

This aspect is imperative as different knives have diverse angles. Everything like, angle for every blade is maintained on the knob for ease of use with the inclusion of a special hidden serrated blade sharpener in the side of the unit.

Pros: different setting on knob to select for different knives. Ease of use.

Cons: Expensive, but not so when speed to hone knife and quality is compared with price.


We hope this information will help you choosing the sharpener for your best ceramic knives.