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AnySharp Global World's Best Knife Sharpener Gold Colour - £7.90 Delivered @ Saverschoice UK

Got an e-mail from these guys today New colour of AnySharp that they are saying is Exclusive to them Seems to be genuine as they are a seller of the Blue and Silver models on Amazon. Cheapest p…
therealclarkkent Avatar5m, 1d agoFound 5 months, 1 day ago35 Comments
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Bought one, sent it back after it actually blunt the blade?! Tried to cut a Tomato with my expensive Japanese kitchen knife, and it couldnt. Then used old Ikea sharpener and blade cut Tomato no problem..Takes shed loads of metal off the knife too. Garbage.
The reason why I tried this over my Ikea sharpener was that the Ikea one doesn't really make the blade razor sharp which it is capable of.
I use Global knives, which are quite expensive, and used a steel to sharpen them, but never got the sharpness from them I wanted - bought one if these and bingo, sharp as anything. Okay probably ruining them long-term, but better to have sharp knives for a shorter period isn't it?

If you're buying £150+ knives, then it stands to reason that you're going to want to take long term care of them.

These, like any sharpening method, require care.
If you just drag your knife through aggresively, then you'll get all sorts of nooks and crannies in the blade.
If you're steady and gentle with it, you will feel how precise you are being. They can do well for your blades, but after done, I would certainly spend a little more time with a steel to help refine the sharpness.

I'd go for 7-8 gentler pulls through this sharpener, then spend a few minutes with a steel at the correct angle and direction.
For knives that aren't too expensive, you will get great results. True that you won't get the longevity you would with other sharpening methods, but you haven't spunked £200 on these in the first place, have you? :)
Grabbed one. I could do with something to run my crap knives through every now and then.

Mother in Law?
Perfect for a killing spree
That really isn't funny mate!

I thought it was funny.
got a similar one and they are brutal (but work) even reading the reviews I wasn't ready for the noise as you drag the blade through oO
actually just noticed you can buy this cheaper on ebay from a couple of sellers

Those ones are fakes. I bought one of them. No hologram sticker and screws were all rusted as were the staples on the packaging. Didn't even stick down to the work surface properly.

But buy away and see for yourself

AnySharp Pro Metal Knife Sharpener in Gift Tine £9.99 @ Saverschoice UK

Hope this is OK to post. 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
therealclarkkent Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago10 Comments
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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.
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.

See post 2 oO

Plastic Body of Sharpener vs Metal Body
Blister Pack vs Nice Metal Gift Tin
Thanks therealclarkkent!
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