AnySharp Knife Sharpener with PowerGrip, Silver, £6 / £10.49 non prime @ Amazon
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AnySharp Knife Sharpener with PowerGrip, Silver, £6 / £10.49 non prime @ Amazon

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AnySharp Knife Sharpener with PowerGrip, Silver, £6 / £10.49 non prime @ Amazon
Posted 18th Oct 2020
Good offer with delayed shipping.

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Sharpener:

  • safer, hands free use knife sharpener. PowerGrip suction cup attaches securely to any smooth, flat surface
  • sharpens any kitchen knife safely & hands free
  • suitable for hardened steel knives and chef’s knives (e.g. Global, Sabatier)
  • also sharpens serrated knives (e.g. bread knives, hunting knives)
  • needs only gentle pressure
  • 2 years warranty

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Works with all your knives - even serrated blades
The unique, patented AnySharp uses tungsten carbide technology to extend the life of almost any knife. AnySharp works on virtually any knife, including expensive hardened steel knives and even serrated blades (like bread knives and hunting knives), making it unlike any knife sharpener, steel or sharpening stone you've ever used.
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Or as I like to call it the knife destroyer!!
retailcruiser18/10/2020 17:01

Just use the rough bottom edges of a cermic cup/mug. Save your £6 and less …Just use the rough bottom edges of a cermic cup/mug. Save your £6 and less clutter in the kitchen


Make sure you count how many fingers you have before and after though. 😁
This sharpner is really good at bringing old knives back to life. Really quick and easy to get a super sharp edge. I personally can’t be asked with sharpening stones which I know are better bit this is a great addition to your kitchen
Just use the rough bottom edges of a ceramic cup/mug. Save your £6 and less clutter in the kitchen
Edited by: "retailcruiser" 18th Oct
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Or as I like to call it the knife destroyer!!
Great little device but is regularly on offer for around £5.00.
I got mine a couple of weeks ago for less...
Just use the rough bottom edges of a ceramic cup/mug. Save your £6 and less clutter in the kitchen
Edited by: "retailcruiser" 18th Oct
This sharpner is really good at bringing old knives back to life. Really quick and easy to get a super sharp edge. I personally can’t be asked with sharpening stones which I know are better bit this is a great addition to your kitchen
retailcruiser18/10/2020 17:01

Just use the rough bottom edges of a cermic cup/mug. Save your £6 and less …Just use the rough bottom edges of a cermic cup/mug. Save your £6 and less clutter in the kitchen


Make sure you count how many fingers you have before and after though. 😁
Fantastic gadget. Got it last time it was highlighted on here. Has brought my old knives to life.
A lot of people say it destroys knives, but I love this.. I've tried many knife sharpeners in the past and struggle.. This is simple and does the job..
Last time this was on offer I got sent a fake from china. Amazon did not seem to care and the seller wanted me to send it back to China. Its now sitting in the garage.
Going to get around to ordering from a uk seller but be careful.
retailcruiser18/10/2020 17:01

Just use the rough bottom edges of a ceramic cup/mug. Save your £6 and …Just use the rough bottom edges of a ceramic cup/mug. Save your £6 and less clutter in the kitchen




What a great idea. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?
bellboys18/10/2020 19:21

What a great idea. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?


Nothing if you are careful I hope
Thanks, ordered. I’m simply fed up with using sharpening stone so will give this a go.
Ordered this a couple of weeks ago when it was last on offer. Had some old knives that you couldnt even slice a tomato with. Sharpened the knives on this and they are now as good as new and super sharp.
absolutely rubbish
Asda is selling it for £6 too
I've heard these are very damaging for knieves might be ok to sharpen cheap cuttelry, but if its something abit more expensive just use a sharpening stone
By the way guys, there are 2 stages of sharpening your knife. 1) use a knife sharpener 2) also go through your knife with a shanty sharpener. 4 strokes is enough.

And yes, this is one of the best knife sharpener I have used at work. Recommend.

Yes, very sharp after you have used it with your knife. You will cut your fingers
Deriza18/10/2020 19:11

Last time this was on offer I got sent a fake from china. Amazon did not …Last time this was on offer I got sent a fake from china. Amazon did not seem to care and the seller wanted me to send it back to China. Its now sitting in the garage.Going to get around to ordering from a uk seller but be careful.


I got a fake one recently from China. I managed to get a full refund on it though and I was told to keep it because I was going to post photos and leave a bad review. Only order this from Amazon as a seller to get the original
Deriza18/10/2020 19:11

Last time this was on offer I got sent a fake from china. Amazon did not …Last time this was on offer I got sent a fake from china. Amazon did not seem to care and the seller wanted me to send it back to China. Its now sitting in the garage.Going to get around to ordering from a uk seller but be careful.


Same here, I have since bought a real one and it works great. They are sold in Asda for £7
Waiting for the knife bores to rock up
RandAlThor18/10/2020 19:44

Thanks, ordered. I’m simply fed up with using sharpening stone so will g …Thanks, ordered. I’m simply fed up with using sharpening stone so will give this a go.


Same here and this little gadget works a dream. So simple to use yet very effective.
Purchased this same one a couple of weeks ago when it was £4.60 or something.

I received a legitimate product, it works well on old knives, I didn't realise how dull they were until I use this, very quick and efficient.

No idea on the damage its done to the knives.. but they are only cheap ones.
I have 2 of these, 1 at work & 1 at home. Very quick & easy to use with great results.
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