Anysharp world's best knife sharpener - £7 @ asda. Free in store collection or £2.95 delivery.
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Anysharp world's best knife sharpener - £7 @ asda. Free in store collection or £2.95 delivery.

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Found 18th Nov 2013
This knife sharpener has had amazing reviews online, and asda currently have it online for £7, either free click and collect or £2.95 standard delivery.
The next cheapest I've seen is £10 at Tesco, and these are £12.49 on Amazon.
Well worth getting one if you have a local asda as they work so well. Not sure if it's the same price in store.

Revive dull blunt knives in seconds with this handy AnySharp knife sharpener. An essential for any self-respecting cook, the AnySharp uses tough blades and a sturdy PowerGrip suction to let you sharpen up any blade, even hardened and serrated edges, in easy light strokes. And with it's discreet 6cm diameter, the AnySharp fits neatly out of view when not in use.
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Now £8
- cjdean1983

5 Comments

I have one of these - would not recommend to use on the good knives. It takes too much metal off and makes the edge a bit jagged.
It is perfect for bringing cheap blunt knives to life - like dull table knives I had - few minutes and they became useable.

As above they are good for cheap knives. You have to hold them at an angle to get a decent sharp edge and be careful of the metal filings that come off but it's quick and easy to do.

momartin

As above they are good for cheap knives. You have to hold them at an … As above they are good for cheap knives. You have to hold them at an angle to get a decent sharp edge and be careful of the metal filings that come off but it's quick and easy to do.



Good, I thought it was just me! Id just about recommend these for garden sheers. I have a £1 roller type sharpener from Tesco that does a lot better job.

Original Poster

I've not had any problems with mine, but then I used it to 'revive' knives that were otherwise dead. I looked online and it had really good reviews and thus far it's worked really well. I like that it's so small and suctions to the work surface. Maybe it just doesn't stand the test of time, but for anyone that does want to try one, £7 is pretty good price.

agree with all comments above
they are okay but they strip the metal off the knife
therefore making the cutting edge out of line " wavy "
buy a oilstone from the poundshop
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