Damn... Glad I bought mine when I did. I paid $1550 end of 2018 for a nearly loaded one. Covid destroyed the high end task chair market.
Also, if you find the seat terrible. Grab a roll of 1inch foam from Michael's. Disconnect the seat fabric. Cut a piece of the foam and insert between the fabric and the plastic 'supports'. Made a world of difference.
Which one? I've been looking around for something tooSo I bought it a while ago but have not used it until last night.
I grabbed a lansky knife sharpening kit based on the project farm reviews and comparisons of the kit.
Sat down sharpened the primary kitchen knives last night and quite happy with the results for the first time ever using it. It is pretty straight forward once you read over the directions and it goes pretty easily. I'm now tempted to pick up the honing stone to deal with serated knives as well.
I feel like it is easy enough to do that I'll be able to get into the habit of doing it more frequently.
The 5 stone set, though on kitchen knives I was not using the most aggressive one in the box.Which one? I've been looking around for something too
Oh sweet there's a KMS outlet in Kelowna.The 5 stone set, though on kitchen knives I was not using the most aggressive one in the box.
Excellent for beginners and advanced users alike, the Deluxe 5-Stone Sharpening System comes with five hones of different coarseness to sharpen a variety of different knife blades. The original and legendary Lansky Controlled-Angle Sharpening System allowwww.kmstools.com
There is a diamond version as well but it is quite a bit more expensive.
But made it super easy to keep a consistent angle