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Tacklife Knife Sharpener with 2 Stage Coarse and Fine Sharpening System, Ergonomic Handle £4.49 prime / £8.48 non prime Sold by TACKLIFE and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Just ordered this knife Sharpener that I found while searching for one. Looks like a good deal. Description Tacklife Professional Knife Sharpener, Bring Your Blunt Knives Back to Their Best, Sa… Read More
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banned5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Just ordered this knife Sharpener that I found while searching for one. Looks like a good deal.

Description

Tacklife Professional Knife Sharpener, Bring Your Blunt Knives Back to Their Best, Save Time & Money!

Why Need A Tacklife Professional Knife Sharpener?

Kitchen knives long past their best but don't want to throw them away? Blunt blades making
a chore of chopping? Old sharpener fall way short of sharp? You need a new Deik
professional knife sharpener. With two easy steps, sharpen & hone, Deik will restore your
dull old kitchen knives back to their former 'just-bought' sharpness in no time.

How it works:

Stage 1 - Sharpen (Hardened Tungsten Carbide Plates) - Pull the blade through slot 2's
precision angled tungsten carbide plates to create the perfect sharpened 'V' edge on even the bluntest knife.

Stage 2 - Hone (Ceramic Stone Rods) - For final edge honing. It removes any burs and gently
polishes the blade edges for a razor sharp finish.

100% Safety Guarantee!

This sharpener is made from stainless steel and high-strength ABS silicone base, which
ensure a long-term and stable use. Satisfied with Deik, or your money back!

Kindly Remind:

1. Pull inwards from the outside when you sharpen your knife; never go back and forth.
2. Don't put sharpener in or on water. Keep the sharpener dry and clean.
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banned5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Thank you, today i was thinking i need good sharpner. My knives are dead!! Ordered, hot!
1 Like #2
Ordered, been putting off buying a sharpener as I was waiting for a hotdeal :) Thanks for posting.
1 Like #3
I have one like this. Although it does work, it's not amazing.
#4
Anymore opinions before I buy?
#5
Aaronnnn
Anymore opinions before I buy?
Agree.
I wonder if this is better than a steel.
#6
It really depends how good your knives are! If they are £10 then it will bo OK. If they are good (German, Japanese and the odd French ones) then go for one of these...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mino-Sharp-Knife-Sharpener-Black/dp/B000WZFBOS

They are expensive but, just like everything in life, you get what you pay for....
#7
Looks very similar to the Morphy Richard's one we have, that came free with the Morphy Richard's Red Accents Knife Block Set I purchased on Groupon some months ago.
The only difference is Morphy Richard's name engraved on the silver handle.
It definitely works, does the job!
#8
4£ ik tkmax
#9
Aaronnnn
Anymore opinions before I buy?


Jut get a steel. They are cheap, and work. You'll never see a chef using a sharpener. Only a steel. A quick up and down motion on the steel before you use the knife and it will stay sharp for years.
#10
dinosteveus
Aaronnnn
Anymore opinions before I buy?
Agree.
I wonder if this is better than a steel.


No, definitely not. See if you find a sharpener in a decent restaurants, fishmongers, or butchers shop. You won't. A steel works and lasts for years.
2 Likes #11
Chef for 26 years, if you've got decent knives get one of these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B003ASDAGU/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1478355688&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=whetstone&dpPl=1&dpID=41M8ImFPr5L&ref=plSrch
There's loads of vids online to teach you how to use, and you'll never go back to one of these lazy sharpeners again ;)
1 Like #12
snowsgreen
dinosteveus
Aaronnnn
Anymore opinions before I buy?
Agree.
I wonder if this is better than a steel.


No, definitely not. See if you find a sharpener in a decent restaurants, fishmongers, or butchers shop. You won't. A steel works and lasts for years.


A steel is used to keep a knife sharp. It's not used to sharpen it. If it's blunt (I.e. Never been kept sharp with a steel) then you need to use either a wetstone, or a decent sharpener.
#13
I have a similar one. Good for cheap thin knives , poor on expensive ones. Heat. Mine says to use water?

Edited By: iceni on Nov 05, 2016 23:59: more info
#14
I am happy with mine. Does the job.

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