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The AnySharp knife sharpener gets almost any blunt knife sharp again in seconds, extending it's useful life, and making cutting easier and safer. Whether you're slicing meat, dicing vegetables, or carving the Sunday Roast, a sharp blade makes cutting effortless. AnySharp Knife Sharpener restores a super sharp cutting edge to blunt knife blades that have dulled with use. The unique, patented AnySharp Knife Sharpener uses tungsten carbide technology to extend the life of almost any knife. AnySharp works on virtually any steel knife, including expensive hardened steel knives and even serrated blades (like bread knives and hunting knives), making it unlike any knife sharpener, sharpening steel or sharpening stone youve ever used. - Hands free safety - Knife Edge Safety - Less chance of accidents No skill required anyone can get great results! The optimum angle to sharpen a good quality steel knife is 20 degrees. AnySharp is pre-set at 20 degrees to give a perfect edge every time. Getting a consistent angle with a sharpening stone is a skilled job, but AnySharp allows anyone to get professional results without any training at all. Once you have fixed the AnySharp to a work surface, you can sharpen knives easily and safely using just one hand. All you need to do is just gently draw the blade through the tungsten carbide sharpening edges, 3 or 4 times to restore a super sharp cutting edge.

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  • Sharpens any knife with diamond precision
  • Sharpens hardened knives (e.g. Global, Sabatier)
  • Even sharpens serrated knives (e.g. bread knives, hunting knives)
  • Very safe one handed use, PowerGrip suction attaches securely to any flat surface
  • Dimensions: 60mm diameter and 60mm high
  • 2 Years Warranty

Offer showing on Asda grocery site so possibly n store as well, but if ordering online subject to min grocery spend and delivery charges.

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Great for super cheap knives, but they will destroy your expensive ones.
Buy a whetstone
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A little tip-
The tungsten carbide blades can be turned around once you find it hard to sharpen a knife, you can swap them side to side and back to front so you can use all 4 sides,
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Tabintab14/01/2022 14:52

Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, …Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, people kill people."


Guns don't kill people, rappers do - I seen it in a documentary on BBC2
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Had one of these (AnySharp) for years. Sits in the drawer and every 3 months or so it gets pulled out, stuck to the wooden worktop and my favourite couple of knives get run through it 3 or 4 times. 2 minutes tops and my knives are always sharp. Years of sharpening and the knives are none the worse for it.
Why have a super expensive knife when it is this easy to sharpen a nice cheap one?
Edited by: "neelpeel" 14th Jan
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    Great for super cheap knives, but they will destroy your expensive ones.
    Buy a whetstone
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    "But it ruins your knivezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!"

    The best sharpener is the one you'll actually use. Blunt knives are dangerous.
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    canada1614/01/2022 12:22

    Great for super cheap knives, but they will destroy your expensive …Great for super cheap knives, but they will destroy your expensive ones.Buy a whetstone


    Not everyone has super expensive knives and if you do have expensive knives you’d be aware that this wouldn’t be suitable!

    Krooner14/01/2022 12:28

    "But it ruins your knivezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!"The best sharpener is the one …"But it ruins your knivezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!"The best sharpener is the one you'll actually use. Blunt knives are dangerous.


    Agree totally blunt knives are really dangerous!
    Edited by: "Bobbyboo" 14th Jan
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    I bought this to bring some very dull knifes back to life. It worked well enough, but now lies at the back of a cupboard somewhere - with many other gadgets lol. I now use a steel to prevent them going to dull. It is best to never need something like this in the first place
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    Does it stick on granite ?
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    Thought this would be a gimmick but it worked really well on an old set of knives that I had. Stuck to my worktop, shaved it 3/4 times and it was done.
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    Bobbyboo14/01/2022 13:02

    Not everyone has super expensive knives and if you do have expensive …Not everyone has super expensive knives and if you do have expensive knives you’d be aware that this wouldn’t be suitable!Agree totally blunt knives are really dangerous!


    Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, people kill people."
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    Tabintab14/01/2022 14:52

    Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, …Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, people kill people."


    I agree that guns don’t kill people, people kill people. Blunt knives are dangerous - a blunt knife requires more pressure to use and can therefore slip. A sharp knife is smoother to cut with.
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    newbie6814/01/2022 13:46

    I bought this to bring some very dull knifes back to life. It worked well …I bought this to bring some very dull knifes back to life. It worked well enough, but now lies at the back of a cupboard somewhere - with many other gadgets lol. I now use a steel to prevent them going to dull. It is best to never need something like this in the first place


    A steel only helps maintain the edge between sharpening. No good if you haven't got a sharpening tool
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    I wouldnt recommend this, its a knife edge stripper. Id use a fiskars knife sharpener because you can drop water onto the stone and it does a nice edge.
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    Bought this and I am very happy with my purchase.

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    Wombl314/01/2022 16:44

    A steel only helps maintain the edge between sharpening. No good if you …A steel only helps maintain the edge between sharpening. No good if you haven't got a sharpening tool


    Works for me OK. I'm no chef, but once sharp, the steel keeps it that way. Maybe I don't use them enough to blunt em 😳
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    greg66614/01/2022 17:03

    Bought this and I am very happy with my purchase.[Image]


    where from and how much plz
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    Had one of these for a while, that's a great deal. It works well, just be gentle with the pressure otherwise it will chip the blade.
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    I have cheap knives and use one of these to sharpen them all the time. Just get in the habit of sharpening knives. Sharp knives are safe knives!!!
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    great for sharpening the edges of credit cards too!
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    bilo14/01/2022 17:17

    where from and how much plz


    Whetstones are £15 On Amazon
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    Had one of these (AnySharp) for years. Sits in the drawer and every 3 months or so it gets pulled out, stuck to the wooden worktop and my favourite couple of knives get run through it 3 or 4 times. 2 minutes tops and my knives are always sharp. Years of sharpening and the knives are none the worse for it.
    Why have a super expensive knife when it is this easy to sharpen a nice cheap one?
    Edited by: "neelpeel" 14th Jan
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    Forgot to add... I gifted one of these to my mum a couple of xmas's ago and she was a bit 'meh'. Two years on and she still raves about it and regularly lends it to neighbours!
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    sorry is it free to collect ?
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    Tabintab14/01/2022 14:52

    Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, …Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, people kill people."


    It's not the same. Knives are a necessity in life outside of warfare. Guns aren't. Only an Idiot could make a peacetime comparison.
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    Tabintab14/01/2022 14:52

    Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, …Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, people kill people."


    Guns don't kill people, rappers do - I seen it in a documentary on BBC2
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    Random_Purchase14/01/2022 20:02

    Guns don't kill people, rappers do - I seen it in a documentary on BBC2


    It’s got to be true then

    bilo14/01/2022 18:01

    sorry is it free to collect ?


    If you order online a delivery charge would be payable
    Edited by: "Bobbyboo" 14th Jan
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    You can use this to get the edge and hone it with a stone or steel. Bargain and heat.
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    neelpeel14/01/2022 17:43

    Had one of these (AnySharp) for years. Sits in the drawer and every 3 …Had one of these (AnySharp) for years. Sits in the drawer and every 3 months or so it gets pulled out, stuck to the wooden worktop and my favourite couple of knives get run through it 3 or 4 times. 2 minutes tops and my knives are always sharp. Years of sharpening and the knives are none the worse for it. Why have a super expensive knife when it is this easy to sharpen a nice cheap one?


    This is a really good question, I wonder if there is an answer to it?
    Why keep super expensive knives when sharpening cheap knives is this easy and cheap
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    Don't buy these kind of knife sharpeners they will destroy your knives. They destroy the edge and in the medium to long term will ruin your knives.
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    Chimppimp198714/01/2022 21:08

    Don't buy these kind of knife sharpeners they will destroy your knives. …Don't buy these kind of knife sharpeners they will destroy your knives. They destroy the edge and in the medium to long term will ruin your knives.


    I use one of these on cheap ‘utility’ knives but not on my expensive ones.
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    TechnoDonkey14/01/2022 21:11

    I use one of these on cheap ‘utility’ knives but not on my expensive ones.


    That's fair enough for cheap ones but anyone with good knives please don't use this product.
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    Chimppimp198714/01/2022 21:14

    That's fair enough for cheap ones but anyone with good knives please don't …That's fair enough for cheap ones but anyone with good knives please don't use this product.


    I have some very expensive knives and I wouldn't go anywhere near this with them. For the naff knives I have in the drawer this is a quick and easy way to get them sharp again.
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    Tabintab14/01/2022 14:52

    Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, …Idiots are dangerous, not knifes. Its the same as "Guns don't kill people, people kill people."


    The gun helps, though.
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    TechnoDonkey14/01/2022 21:16

    I have some very expensive knives and I wouldn't go anywhere near this …I have some very expensive knives and I wouldn't go anywhere near this with them. For the naff knives I have in the drawer this is a quick and easy way to get them sharp again.

    How much would you say an expensive knife is?
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    stevelauren2314/01/2022 22:39

    How much would you say an expensive knife is?


    The most expensive one I have was £190. I would only use one of these for those Taylor’s Eyewitness knives that your sister bought you in a set one Christmas, just to make them reliable backups when you’ve got a lot of food on the go.
    Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 14th Jan
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    TechnoDonkey14/01/2022 22:40

    The most expensive one I have was £190. I would only use one of these for …The most expensive one I have was £190. I would only use one of these for those Taylor’s Eyewitness knives that your sister bought you in a set one Christmas, just to make them reliable backups when you’ve got a lot of food on the go.


    Thank you. I wasn't sure because one persons expensive is another persons cheap.
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    I have 1000/3000 whetstone and must admit it's very therapeutic to sharpen all my decent knives. But, I do have a few backup chunky knives and would rather use something like this sharpener than waste my time and add wear to my whetstone. These knive sharpeners also can bring a damaged/chipped knife back to a point where you can finish off with a whetstone. Great deal.
    Edited by: "Rambolicks" 14th Jan
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    TechnoDonkey14/01/2022 22:40

    The most expensive one I have was £190. I would only use one of these for …The most expensive one I have was £190. I would only use one of these for those Taylor’s Eyewitness knives that your sister bought you in a set one Christmas, just to make them reliable backups when you’ve got a lot of food on the go.


    If I paid £190 for a knife I'd want a chef on the other end of it! 🔪🔪🧑‍🍳
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    PiratePete14/01/2022 23:27

    If I paid £190 for a knife I'd want a chef on the other end of it! ???‍?


    I'm fairly lucky in that regard then
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    Imagine leaving a review where you think a steel is for sharpening a knife


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    Edited by: "Rambolicks" 14th Jan
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