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Tacklife Knife Sharpener with 2 Stage Coarse and Fine Sharpening System, Ergonomic Handle £4.49 prime / £8.48 non prime Sold by TACKLIFE and Fulfilled by Amazon
Tacklife Knife Sharpener with 2 Stage Coarse and Fine Sharpening System, Ergonomic Handle £4.49 prime / £8.48 non prime Sold by TACKLIFE and Fulfilled by Amazon

Tacklife Knife Sharpener with 2 Stage Coarse and Fine Sharpening System, Ergonomic Handle £4.49 prime / £8.48 non prime Sold by TACKLIFE and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Just ordered this knife Sharpener that I found while searching for one. Looks like a good deal.

Description

Tacklife Professional Knife Sharpener, Bring Your Blunt Knives Back to Their Best, Save Time & Money!

Why Need A Tacklife Professional Knife Sharpener?

Kitchen knives long past their best but don't want to throw them away? Blunt blades making
a chore of chopping? Old sharpener fall way short of sharp? You need a new Deik
professional knife sharpener. With two easy steps, sharpen & hone, Deik will restore your
dull old kitchen knives back to their former 'just-bought' sharpness in no time.

How it works:

Stage 1 - Sharpen (Hardened Tungsten Carbide Plates) - Pull the blade through slot 2's
precision angled tungsten carbide plates to create the perfect sharpened 'V' edge on even the bluntest knife.

Stage 2 - Hone (Ceramic Stone Rods) - For final edge honing. It removes any burs and gently
polishes the blade edges for a razor sharp finish.

100% Safety Guarantee!

This sharpener is made from stainless steel and high-strength ABS silicone base, which
ensure a long-term and stable use. Satisfied with Deik, or your money back!

Kindly Remind:

1. Pull inwards from the outside when you sharpen your knife; never go back and forth.
2. Don't put sharpener in or on water. Keep the sharpener dry and clean.

14 Comments

Thank you, today i was thinking i need good sharpner. My knives are dead!! Ordered, hot!

Ordered, been putting off buying a sharpener as I was waiting for a hotdeal Thanks for posting.

I have one like this. Although it does work, it's not amazing.

Anymore opinions before I buy?

Aaronnnn

Anymore opinions before I buy?


Agree.
I wonder if this is better than a steel.

It really depends how good your knives are! If they are £10 then it will bo OK. If they are good (German, Japanese and the odd French ones) then go for one of these...

amazon.co.uk/Min…BOS

They are expensive but, just like everything in life, you get what you pay for....

Looks very similar to the Morphy Richard's one we have, that came free with the Morphy Richard's Red Accents Knife Block Set I purchased on Groupon some months ago.
The only difference is Morphy Richard's name engraved on the silver handle.
It definitely works, does the job!

4£ ik tkmax

Aaronnnn

Anymore opinions before I buy?



Jut get a steel. They are cheap, and work. You'll never see a chef using a sharpener. Only a steel. A quick up and down motion on the steel before you use the knife and it will stay sharp for years.

dinosteveus

Agree. I wonder if this is better than a steel.



No, definitely not. See if you find a sharpener in a decent restaurants, fishmongers, or butchers shop. You won't. A steel works and lasts for years.

Chef for 26 years, if you've got decent knives get one of these amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1478355688&sr=8-1π=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=whetstone&dpPl=1&dpID=41M8ImFPr5L&ref=plSrch
There's loads of vids online to teach you how to use, and you'll never go back to one of these lazy sharpeners again

snowsgreen

No, definitely not. See if you find a sharpener in a decent restaurants, … No, definitely not. See if you find a sharpener in a decent restaurants, fishmongers, or butchers shop. You won't. A steel works and lasts for years.



A steel is used to keep a knife sharp. It's not used to sharpen it. If it's blunt (I.e. Never been kept sharp with a steel) then you need to use either a wetstone, or a decent sharpener.

I have a similar one. Good for cheap thin knives , poor on expensive ones. Heat. Mine says to use water?
Edited by: "iceni" 5th Nov 2016

I am happy with mine. Does the job.
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