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Posted 19 May 2023

Anysharp Knife Sharpener - £6 @ Asda

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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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  1. Baldricky's avatar
    Shall I be the first to point out that these are good for use on cheap knives that are extremely dull, but that the sharpener produces a fine serrated edge not a clean edge, removes a lot of material and will destroy knives in the long term? So not a tool for knives of any value or folk who want a clean edge. (edited)
  2. BanditHeeler's avatar
    A lot cheaper on AliExpress for the same thing, but as said, it'll destroy your knives. I've used it on a knife which was blunt. It's worth pointing out this knife is usable again, though I'll throw it out after it blunts again.

    A few weeks delivery but a lot cheaper. (edited)
  3. NicholasTimothyJones's avatar
    I use Kitchen Devils own sharpener that I got as part of a set with a knife block of theirs. Would you not recommend then then?
  4. NicholasTimothyJones's avatar
    Will this sharpen a sword? It's just a big knife after all
    Baldricky's avatar
    As long as you want a 20 degree double bevel grind the Anysharp produces and the sword blade thickness is thin enough (possibly won't be) to slot in, then yes. However, a sword may not have a double bevel (certainly not 20 degrees) and may well have a convex, sabre, double bevel, chisel, scandi, hollow, flat or other grind. Well you did ask. (edited)
  5. Kathryn_Kimbley's avatar
    Absolutely useless pile of rubbish. Thought I'd try one a while back and was super disappointed. More fool me I guess. You live and learn 🤷
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