What is the difference between the Commercial Series Sharpener and the Generation 3 Pro Sharpener?

What is the difference between the Commercial Series Sharpener and the Generation 3 Pro Sharpener?

The Commercial Series sharpener is designed to do well in high use situations. It is a larger unit with an enclosed cabinet for stone storage. It includes a cable lock port similar to what’s found on many laptop computers and the cabinet can be ordered with a locking mechanism. It features greater angle options with a range of 13-30 degrees. The Generation 3 Pro is a lighter machine with open shelving and slightly less angle options with a range of 14-27 degrees.
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