Anysharp Knife Sharpener @ Asda Direct for £6
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Anysharp Knife Sharpener @ Asda Direct for £6

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Found 17th Oct 2014
This is my first post so please be easy with me.I was looking for this product from last few days and finally got it for £6. In Amazon its now £10.

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Cheapo knives plus this = sharp knives! I really like mine..well worth the 5/6 quid I paid for mine.

£6 on Amazon

Select Silver colour to buy it on Amazon for £6. Welcome to HUKD Bikrant. Nice first post! (_;)

Edited by: "Frank30uk" 17th Oct 2014

A knife sharpener is a must for any kitchen / toolbox / outdoor kit is an absolute must.

It's hard to believe how many people don't sharpen blades nowadays and just struggle on with blunt instruments or replace with new.

Something like this is also worth considering for not much money, allows you to profile a blade to your own angle / preference too (be careful though!)

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Frank30uk

£6 on AmazonSelect Silver colour to buy it on Amazon for £6. Welcome to H … £6 on AmazonSelect Silver colour to buy it on Amazon for £6. Welcome to HUKD Bikrant. Nice first post! (_;)

Thank you.

yep go with sharpening stone I make my knivesand that the best way to sharpen a knife go on YouTube to see how to do it

Fantastic gadget HOT
3% quidco
http://www.quidco.com/asda-direct/?ac
no idea about TCB can't get the website to work
Edited by: "Wongy110" 17th Oct 2014

Bought one of these a few months ago for £10. One of the best things I've ever bought, knives are like new after. There's a feeling of nails down a blackboard when sharpening though but only takes a few slides through to get really sharp.

I have one of these and can't recommend it - the carbide "teeth" basically rip a coarse, horrendously toothy edge onto your knives which, whilst it may seem sharp, is actually just creating an ad-hoc uneven serration on your blade.

Mine sits in a kitchen drawer somewhere - I do not ever use it.

I have instead bought a Lansky four rod turn box which, if the simple instructions are followed, produces an incredibly sharp and even edge within a few minutes on any plain blade which lasts ages and, when it starts to dull, just needs a couple of minutes to touch it up. I sharpened a knife this morning, took maybe three minutes, it is now sharp enough to easily shave hair.

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To be fair, chapchap had it spot on. I gave mine to my mum and dad because I was mortified with what a single stroke through it did to my global knives!

My mum has some old Sabatier and it's fine on them (previous to it my dad did it on the circulating grindstone!).

I now use the Minosharp or whatever it's called with three graded grinding rollers. My Global knives are happy again, and I'm happy again - well, apart from the fact I chipped my carving knife whacking a bone like a D*** head. Need to get that sorted. I guess I'll have to take the rest of the blade down on the crankshaft grinder at work

vadimbj

To be fair, chapchap had it spot on. I gave mine to my mum and dad … To be fair, chapchap had it spot on. I gave mine to my mum and dad because I was mortified with what a single stroke through it did to my global knives! My mum has some old Sabatier and it's fine on them (previous to it my dad did it on the circulating grindstone!). I now use the Minosharp or whatever it's called with three graded grinding rollers. My Global knives are happy again, and I'm happy again - well, apart from the fact I chipped my carving knife whacking a bone like a D*** head. Need to get that sorted. I guess I'll have to take the rest of the blade down on the crankshaft grinder at work



To be fair, I'm getting in first - just read it back > Cool story, bro!

Yawn

chapchap

Cheapo knives plus this = sharp knives! I really like mine..well worth … Cheapo knives plus this = sharp knives! I really like mine..well worth the 5/6 quid I paid for mine.


Bingo. Highly recommend this for cheap knives, puts a really good edge on them. And if you have very good knives, I would strongly advise against it; it will pit your edge. If you own Wusthof, Global, Shun or any other high quality knives, you shouldn't go anywhere near this.

Heat from me,nice find

Had one of these for about five years. Great buy, but be aware that after a while you'll start tearing chunks out of your knives. Use sparingly.

Frank30uk

£6 on AmazonSelect Silver colour to buy it on Amazon for £6. Welcome to H … £6 on AmazonSelect Silver colour to buy it on Amazon for £6. Welcome to HUKD Bikrant. Nice first post! (_;)


Not any more. £19.58 in silver and £10.04 in blue. So nic deal Bikrant.

I have a good sharpener already but now use the ceramic bottom of an old mug instead! So much better too than my sharpener.

Great sharpener. Hot

Thanks for posting , I have ordered one for collection.

just ordered the last one. great post!

oos :-(

Is there any pro chefs iut there....ive heard food thing about this piece of kit.
I use a diamond steel...a cheap one I must add. Nisbets have a vogue one with sometimes goes on sale and free delivery.

Ive got over a year out of one I use at work...and the household ive needed 4 times maybe in six months.

then again my knives are victornox..so thats a factor as well

With the amount of tools on HUKD, this should become a best seller

thewongwing101

Fantastic gadget HOT :D3% quidcohttp://www.quidco.com/asda-direct/?acno … Fantastic gadget HOT :D3% quidcohttp://www.quidco.com/asda-direct/?acno idea about TCB can't get the website to work


£3.03% on TCB

Banned

craigshaw1969

yep go with sharpening stone I make my knivesand that the best way to … yep go with sharpening stone I make my knivesand that the best way to sharpen a knife go on YouTube to see how to do it



What?

Banned

Don't think about it, just buy. Turns cheap knives into razor blades

I'd second the ceramic water sharpener comments. I've a minosharp shinkansen which gets my sabatiers scarily sharp. They go for about 20 pounds tho. When the wheel wore out I did get a cheap copy from Morrison's for about 3-4 quid and it's very nearly as good (though only has one wheel not 2). Well worth a try rather than that one above. My bro in law got one and wasn't happy with it.

Not expired.

Bought this last year (made sure it was the real thing). Rubbish. Made my not so sharp knife, blunter than before I started. Went back to the sharpening stone and I was slicing through meat and tomato like it was thin air. Don't waste your £6 on this.

Well, it's £6 and it's small, so can sit in the back of your cupboard without taking up too much space (or you could bin it)
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