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Posted 14 May 2023

AnySharp Premium Knife Sharpener - £6 @ Morrisons

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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
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  1. Nicolidus's avatar
    Be careful with expensive knives - it grinds the crap out of the blade to give a new edge. I only use on cheap knives.
    gen271674's avatar
    Yes - saw a test on YouTube and this thing shreds knives. Only for use with cheapo blades. Gotta get proper with your nice sharps - whetstone or ceramic sharpener.
  2. garryc1981's avatar
    As a guide, don't use this on any knives that cost more than this does.
    tomcat2's avatar
    What would people recommend as a alternative?
  3. Amadan's avatar
    Ikea do a water wheel type sharpener for £10 which i find works well


    Ikea do a water wheel type sharpener for £10 which i find works well

    ikea.com/gb/…69/ (edited)
  4. samtheman's avatar
    It’s always been this price
    Bendown's avatar
    Yep, picked one up in Asda a few weeks ago for the same price
  5. davem's avatar
    I've found this to be the cheapest/quickest way to sharpen knives to a good enough level.
  6. GoWokeGoBroke's avatar
    Was a butcher years ago, only ever used a whetstone and steel, knives razor sharp. I will however say that i also used a sanding belt in one butchers shop which worked well, would never use something like this on my expensive knives, including my sons chefs knives. Whetstone all the way.
  7. jujuzeez's avatar
    bought one off Amazon a few months ago. nice product
  8. GoWokeGoBroke's avatar
    Ask a Morrisons butcher or fishmonger what they use to sharpen their knives, it will not be this device. Likely a whetstone and steel or a sanding belt and steel.
  9. SaturdayGigs's avatar
    Sharpens cheap knives very well (edited)
  10. robmiller667's avatar
    Can it sharpen a saw asking for a friend, honest!

    Asking for me, would it work on a lawn mower blade?
    alanstrange5's avatar
    It's pretty small so I doubt it could do a lawnmower blade. Hard to say with a saw.
  11. smokeyjoseph's avatar
    Handiest and cheapest small motorcycle tank dent puller around
  12. Rumcajs_9's avatar
    I'm depressed, as I bought one from Amazon for £8 few days ago...
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