Motorized Scary Sharp. Other than being motorized, it is similar to what you do now which I think would be a plus as far as change in a sharpening routine goes.
There are two commercial "names" in so far as these machines go. The other is LapSharp. I had both these machines in-house for an article I was writing and both are similar, both get the job done. Of the two, and costing a lot more, the LapSharp is clearly the better machine. It is extremely well made. It also turns at a lower rpm which is actually a positive thing. One can use water with it.
That probably sounds negative concerning the LV unit--But I don't intend it to be. The LV MK.II Power Sharpener is a good machine at an affordable price. The LS has both a higher initial cost and the jigs are fairly costly as well. From a cost/performance standpoint, the LV unit is above the LS.
You can get better discs in a wider range of grits from Joel at Tools for Working Wood. Email him for recommendations. I also think you'll find that after the initial purchase of the discs and getting use to applying them, removing them, etc, the consumable portion of the cost isn't that high.
Oh, get an extra platter or two from LV as well. You would do well to have one or two extra of the thick ones and one more of the thin ones. Depending on the grit jumps you intend on. That way you can avoid having to remove discs prematurely in order to swap discs.
If you go for the LV unit, consider installing a foot operated power switch. Having both hands available when using the machine is a plus. I believe LV also has some good options there.
Take care, Mike
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