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Dexter V-lo™ Sani-Safe® Stainless Steel Diamond Knife Sharpener with Black Plastic Handle - 12"L

Stock No.: 46669 Vendor Part No.: 29123/VS12CP 29123/VS12CP , UPC: 092187291234 Brand: Dexter
Price:  $ 70.89
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  • Blade is made of the hardest substance on the planet so that it will not break
  • 12 inch diamond knife sharpener has a long blade for maximum sharpening proficiency
  • Soft handle is easy and comfortable to grip for accident prevention

This V-Lo Cutlery diamond knife sharpener is a must-have tool for any chef. The blade is made out of the hardest substance on Earth, assuring that the blade will never break or become severed from the handle. This diamond knife sharpener is also great for sharpening knives because it is harder than any cutter it sharpens, making sure that you can sharpen the cutter blade however way you wish. The blade is strongly sealed to a soft, textured handle that is comfortable and easy to grip so that slipping and any possible accidents are prevented. This diamond knife sharpener is a top selling product in the Hubert online catalog!

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Stock No. 46669
Brand Dexter
VPN 29123/VS12CP
Case Pack 1
Collection V-lo™ Cutlery
Secondary Material Plastic
Length 12"
Accommodates Holds 12 Knives
Handle Color Black
Certifications NSF

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