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Anysharp knife sharpener - £5.60 at Asda in-store Strood
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Anysharp knife sharpener - £5.60 at Asda in-store Strood

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Posted 17th Sep 2019

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it's a steel at that price
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And here we go
these rip the shreds out of blades but they are sharp after
it's a steel at that price
Sharp knives oddly are less likely to injure you, you apply less force so reduced chance of slipping
Great for a cheap knife set, yes if you have fancy pants ones you need to look after them. However if you are an average Joe like me, you will love this product.

And that price it's a great buy
Edited by: "Daniboy" 17th Sep 2019
Don't waste your money
Great product.
Great for cheap knives. Not so for expensive ones.

For the average home, a set of £30 wilko knives and one of these will do you absolutely fine. We aren't all masterchefs.
I didn't know there was a place called Strood; I thought you were mocking Stroud
Can someone recommend a different product or technique for fancier knives?

I'm using these on my kitchen devils and they're essentially angle-grinders in disguise
iamwhoiam17/09/2019 12:41

Can someone recommend a different product or technique for fancier …Can someone recommend a different product or technique for fancier knives?I'm using these on my kitchen devils and they're essentially angle-grinders in disguise


Lansky sharpening system is good, or you can get some whetstones and a honing rod or strop.
Cutting edge technology
iamwhoiam17/09/2019 12:41

Can someone recommend a different product or technique for fancier …Can someone recommend a different product or technique for fancier knives?I'm using these on my kitchen devils and they're essentially angle-grinders in disguise



amazon.co.uk/WOR…XBD
Different price range completely, but with very different results, of course.
Edited by: "Fly_agaric" 17th Sep 2019
Got price, only use it on your cheap knives though, as takes off too much steel
these will be sold out in London...
Stubee17/09/2019 12:44

Lansky sharpening system is good, or you can get some whetstones and a …Lansky sharpening system is good, or you can get some whetstones and a honing rod or strop.


Saw Global have made a 50 quid sharpener. Can't be bad...right? They do say its only to be used with their knives (and those with a similar edge), and requires the lightest of pressure.
Best knife blade sharpener in the world , i have one very easy to use suction cup to fix it on work top .
after 4 years still works fine.
There is no way in a million years that I am going to scrape my Global knives through that.
Stuntgut17/09/2019 21:28

There is no way in a million years that I am going to scrape my Global …There is no way in a million years that I am going to scrape my Global knives through that.



It's exactly as someone mentioned above:
pr2thej17/09/2019 10:31

Great for cheap knives. Not so for expensive ones.For the average home, a …Great for cheap knives. Not so for expensive ones.For the average home, a set of £30 wilko knives and one of these will do you absolutely fine. We aren't all masterchefs.

Stuntgut17/09/2019 21:28

There is no way in a million years that I am going to scrape my Global …There is no way in a million years that I am going to scrape my Global knives through that.


If you even considered doing that you must be mad, but this isn't meant for decent knives, if someone has a set of £9.99 ones from Argos or B&M it will be fine.
Stuntgut17/09/2019 21:28

There is no way in a million years that I am going to scrape my Global …There is no way in a million years that I am going to scrape my Global knives through that.


Obviously you wouldn't put Global knives through the Any Sharp, unless you had more money than sense. I'm talking about this (as a response to the person asking about alternatives):

globalknives.uk/sil…0ss
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