Professionals use flexible belts to sharpen their blades - now you can do the same in your home or shop. Using flexible abrasive belts, the Work Sharp® Knife & Tool Sharpener sharpens straight-bladed knives, serrated knives, and any other shape or type of blade. Precision sharpening guides apply the proper angle every time. Includes tool sharpener; 40° kitchen knife guide; 50° outdoor knife guide; serrated and scissor sharpening guide; P80, P220, and 6000 grit belts; and instructional DVD.
Manufacturer model #: WSKTS.
Designed to sharpen every knife you own
Uses flexible abrasive belts for a razor sharp edge
Sharpens straight, serrated, or any other type blade
Precision sharpening guides apply proper angle
Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener Assorted Belt Kit sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1832342
Great sharpener! Knives are sharper now than ever! I would definitely recommend this to friends and family.
August 31, 2012
Sharpest edge ever !
I've owned a lot of different knife sharpeners over the years, but none of them ever honed a blade as sharp as the Work Sharp tool. You have to be patient with honeing the extra hard blades, like on a hunting or a really good fishing fillet knife, but the end results are razor sharp edges that hold up really well with use. Well worth the money. Make sure to watch the DVD and read the instructions before trying.
July 11, 2012
Initial Impression - GREAT!
I bought this a few days ago and so far I'm more than impressed. I was able to quickly resurrect our kitchen knives that were passing as butter knives. I could have put more of an edge on them than I did but I was afraid of my wife and daughter cutting themselves after having used the dull blades for so long. My main reason for buying this was to repair my Kershaw Leek that was inadvertently put through our washing machine and damaged as a result. The tip was chipped off and several areas on the blade edge were visibly damaged. After several runs through the Work Sharp, the edge was restored back to where I could easily shave my arm. I could see where the tip was starting to reestablish and I'm fairly confident that with some more practice I can once again have a pointed tip to my knife.
Over time my opinion might change, but my initial impression is that this tool is everything it's advertised to be; a quick, easy way for the average user to put more than an adequate edge on just about any blade. Just be careful to follow the instructions and use internet forums as a guide as improperly using this tool could result in rounding off tips and damaging blades.
April 19, 2012
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