AnySharp Global Knife Sharpener £5.52 del@Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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these are brilliant...I paid £9.99 now just £5.52.....
will sharpen nearly any blade....
the guff...
Sharpens any knife with diamond precision
Perfect for expensive hardened knives
Even sharpens serrated blades and scissors
Sharpen lawn mower blades without removing them
Dimensions: 60mm diameter and 60mm high
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#1
Top find paw2304, thanks for the post!
#2
Damn I had to buy it:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:;-);-)
#3
Thanks needed one :)
#4
Good price but the first review about the excess metal it removes worried me, ok if you have cheap knives.

voted hot on price.
#5
stemcell
Good price but the first review about the excess metal it removes worried me, ok if you have cheap knives.

voted hot on price.


Have a nice sleep tonight and DON'T worry its only a knife sharpener that cuts through CHEAP knives quickly :whistling:
#6
Bet these'll go down a treat on the streets of South London.:whistling:
#7
Good post, i need one of these for my Victorinox blades :thumbsup:
#8
Put a big-ass chunk in one of my knives.

The rest of it is utra sharp though..
#9
Thanks - ordered.
[mod]#10
Thanks paw2304 , just what I needed :thumbsup:
#11
me too!!!


cheers buddy!
#12
Looks good.
#13
I bought one of these last month at the Ideal Home Exhibition - they are actually very good. I now have nice sharp knives.

Highly recommend!
ADC
#14
You really shouldn't ever need one of these as long as:

1) You buy decent quality knives and

2) You use the right knife for the job

Sorry but COLD IMHO
#15
nice find gonna order 1 now!!
#16
The knife sharpener! even a butter knife can kill!
#17
kjbenja
You really shouldn't ever need one of these as long as:

1) You buy decent quality knives and

2) You use the right knife for the job

Sorry but COLD IMHO


Do you know thats a fair call but I have some great German Knives that have never been sharp. Cost a fortune and used great steels and they are still not as sharp as i want them. Am I a super chef or a crap cutter?:thinking:
#18
kjbenja
You really shouldn't ever need one of these as long as:

1) You buy decent quality knives and

2) You use the right knife for the job

Sorry but COLD IMHO


So, your blades don't lose a little edge after use? Are they self sharpening :whistling:
#19
kjbenja
You really shouldn't ever need one of these as long as:

1) You buy decent quality knives and

2) You use the right knife for the job

Sorry but COLD IMHO


My dads a cook and spends 100s on high quality knives but he sharpens his quite alot still, might buy this for him actually
#20
Greta find Ta.ordered. heat added
#21
kjbenja
You really shouldn't ever need one of these as long as:

1) You buy decent quality knives and

2) You use the right knife for the job

Sorry but COLD IMHO


I've got a set of expensive Zwilling Henckels knives which I always use appropriately. I spent £50 on a proper Japanese knife sharpener (whetstone) but still can't get the knives particularly sharp (I gather I need a higher grit whetstone) which would cost another £50) so this automatic sharpener for a fiver seems a no brainer..
#22
does anyone know how this would compare to a sharpening stone? i use a stone which i bought for £2 from a chinese supermarket, it does do the job (very well) but can take up to 10 mins per knife and needs doing about every month/6 weeks or so. i dont have very expensive knives, 1 AWT set i bought from a shopping channel and a set of sabatiers. just dont want to buy this if i already have something better.

cheers
#23
DDTTAA
does anyone know how this would compare to a sharpening stone? i use a stone which i bought for £2 from a chinese supermarket, it does do the job (very well) but can take up to 10 mins per knife and needs doing about every month/6 weeks or so. i dont have very expensive knives, 1 ANT set i bought from a shopping channel and a set of sabatiers. just dont want to buy this if i already have something better.

cheers
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Its not a Samurai you have bought :-D
#24
DDTTAA
does anyone know how this would compare to a sharpening stone? i use a stone which i bought for £2 from a chinese supermarket, it does do the job (very well) but can take up to 10 mins per knife and needs doing about every month/6 weeks or so. i dont have very expensive knives, 1 AWT set i bought from a shopping channel and a set of sabatiers. just dont want to buy this if i already have something better.

cheers


Probably considerably better seeing as you only spent £2; I spent £50 on a whetstone and still don't get results
#25
kjbenja;5111966
You really shouldn't ever need one of these as long as:

1) You buy decent quality knives and

2) You use the right knife for the job

Sorry but COLD IMHO


...and (3) You rarely use the knife and/or (4) You only cut soft materials with it.

For the rest of us a knife used often will lose its edge. However I'm not convinced this sharpener is better than a steel and elbow grease so not voted.
#26
Ordered 2
thanks
#27
sertraline
Probably considerably better seeing as you only spent £2; I spent £50 on a whetstone and still don't get results


hmmm, as i say, i believe i am getting the results required, i think im more concerned about the damage it might do, although not expensive, i am a student and dont want to fork out for a set of knives once a year. i have no doubt that the fact that my knives go blunt every 4-6 weeks reflects the hardness of the knives and the uselessness of the sharpening steel that came with the set. if you had a £400 set of globals would you use this on them?

would you recommend using this in conjunction with a stone?
#28
kjbenja
You really shouldn't ever need one of these as long as:

1) You buy decent quality knives and

2) You use the right knife for the job

Sorry but COLD IMHO


LOL!!! :w00t:

I assume this is a joke? You must have the greatest knives ever made by man. Or are they some alien material that doesn't wear down.

The chef's knife should be used for most chopping and slicing tasks. So you're better off buying a good one of these than a set of rubbish ones. But even a good one will need sharpened regularly if you use it regularly.
#29
sertraline
Probably considerably better seeing as you only spent £2; I spent £50 on a whetstone and still don't get results


I have a feeling the £2 whetstone is pretty much the same as the £50 one that you bought. That's what I got told by a chef who we got taught for the day by. He told us to go to B&Q and spend a £1 rather than get a Japanese one for £30 that's exactly the same.

I now use a £1 whetstone on my £200 16" Chef knife and it does the job perfectly.
#30
the one thing i hate in the kitchen is a knife that is useless. needed one great price thanks
#31
Heat and rep, just what the surgeon ordered.:-D
#32
Well the jury is out in my opinion. I still love the old Unity stainless steel carving set (new in box) I got from a car boot. The sharpening steel in the set is brill but I doubt any one still makes that quality these days:x
#33
Great Deal Ordered - well spotted . This is what HUKD should be about rather than the usual pennies off groceries ruibbish that has taken majority postings in the last 12 months
#34
Gone up to £4.02 + £2.98 shipping now.
#35
carleast
I have a feeling the £2 whetstone is pretty much the same as the £50 one that you bought. That's what I got told by a chef who we got taught for the day by. He told us to go to B&Q and spend a £1 rather than get a Japanese one for £30 that's exactly the same.

I now use a £1 whetstone on my £200 16" Chef knife and it does the job perfectly.


I very much doubt that; there's a big difference in grit quality between cheap whetstones and the quality Japanese ones that were genuinely made there
#36
Dam it, just missed out, now sold out:x
Now only available from market place, Total inc P&P £10.87
#37
DDTTAA
hmmm, as i say, i believe i am getting the results required, i think im more concerned about the damage it might do, although not expensive, i am a student and dont want to fork out for a set of knives once a year. i have no doubt that the fact that my knives go blunt every 4-6 weeks reflects the hardness of the knives and the uselessness of the sharpening steel that came with the set. if you had a £400 set of globals would you use this on them?

would you recommend using this in conjunction with a stone?


In a word, no. Yours are cheap though so an automatic sharpener like this should be perfect. I intend to try it on my set of Henckels which cost over £100
#38
sertraline
In a word, no. Yours are cheap though so an automatic sharpener like this should be perfect. I intend to try it on my set of Henckels which cost over £100


let me know how that goes;-)

.....but seriously
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#40
Now £7.59 + P&P

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