AnySharp Pro Metal Knife Sharpener in Gift Tine £9.99 @ Saverschoice UK - HotUKDeals
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Got an e-mil from these guys with this deal on it

They are on the Merchant list on here
Also they are on Amazon with about 5,000 feedback

Currently this one on Amazon is £27.83

At £9.99 with free delivery it seems a steal!
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only £6.00 in asda
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Delivery is £2.95

They are selling this one

It is a plastic body in a blister pack.
This is a metal body in a gift pack.

As a Christmas gift I think i'd rather pay the extra £4 to get a nicer looking product. Yes they both do the same thing but then the same could be said for many things
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Aw I wanted one in a Tin :(

btw if you have half decent knives and you value them don't go anywhere near this sharpener with them :)
Aw I wanted one in a Tin :(btw if you have half decent knives and you value them don't go anywhere near this sharpener with them :)
I'm with you on this - tore my knives to shreds grrrrrrr

Edited By: Jules67 on Dec 04, 2014 16:32
Knives are for cutting with, not for decoration. AnySharp does a fantastic job in helping knives do what they do best.
Thanks therealclarkkent!

See post 2 oO

Plastic Body of Sharpener vs Metal Body
Blister Pack vs Nice Metal Gift Tin
I have the Blue one. They do take a fair bit of steal of the blade, But I don't really care because when your knifes are blunt I cannot be bothered getting out a steal to sharpen knives. This takes a few swipes to sharpen. Very fast & easy & sharpens serrated Blades as well. Use mine on Pro one piece steal knives. Used to use a Bench Grinder Ho-Ha, I like this sharpener.
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If anybody is in SE Glasgow I'll give them my one as it's terrible. I wouldn't dare use this on a decent knife.

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