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Spear & Jackson 4056BS Razor-Sharp 6-in-1 Blade Sharpener, Blue - £3.94 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Blade sharpener Four Sharpening options to cover a wide range of different blade types Cleaning sponge and lubricating/anti-corrosion oil stored inside the handle Soft-feel non-sli… Read more

Thanks, ordered yesterday, delivered today and just been on a sharpening frenzy in my shed. Seems really good!


Balancing your blades is simply making sure the weight of your blade is evenly distributed from one side to the other. A blade typically becomes unbalanced in the sharpening process when you grind more metal off one side than the other. Correcting this is easy, simply use a balancer (which can be as simple as a nail in the wall) to test your balance, and then use your grinder/or sharpener to shave off the heavier side of the blade until it is balanced. The importance of balancing your blades is not so much about the quality of your cut (although it can be in some cases), but more about wear and tear on your mower. Mower blades are spinning 4000 RPMs. An unbalanced blade spinning that fast will cause a significant amount of vibration, which will put stress on yout blade shaft, spindle, and even the engine.


I have no idea what this means. Balanced?


I used my sharpening stone. Bear in mind blade has to be balanced after you finish.


Is this any good for sharpening a lawnmower blade?

Swordfish Combo Pencil Sharpener with Mess-Free Canister and Eraser £1.16 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Vibrant and colourful 2-in-1 Sharpener and Eraser featuring a soft-rubber finish canister for a comfortable grip, allowing you to erase and sharpen with ease and precision Handy c… Read more

Thanks Wonka ordered 6 one for each of my nieces, (y)


Thanks, Op! Ordered. Had one before, better than most I have tried! (highfive)


Thanks OP


Ordered thanks

AnySharp World's Best Knife Sharpener with PowerGrip, Blue - £6.66 Prime /+£4.49 Non Prime @ Amazon
Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
About this item Sharpens any knife with diamond precision Sharpens hardened knives (e.g. Global, Sabatier) Even sharpens serrated knives (e.g. bread knives, hunting knives) Ve… Read more

I might give this a go (y)


Cheap for a reason, use a stone if you want good results...


I’ve had one of these for a year now. Perfect for sharpening cheap knives but don’t use it on anything you consider more pricey. I use mine on cheap pick up IKEA knives and it does the trick fine, will take metal off the blade though, hence why it shouldn’t be used on your more expensive blades.


Never seen it cheaper



MasterClass 3-in-1 Adjustable Kitchen Knife Sharpener with Scissor Blade Sharpener - £6.20 / (+£4.49 Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Good knife/scissor sharpener for the price and includes 5 year guarantee. Revive blunt knives: MasterClass's 3-in-1 adjustable kitchen knife and scissor sharpeners quickly res… Read more



£8.38 when added to basket




Shows as £7.35 to me

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Morphy Richards Equip Knife Sharpener £5.04 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Quality steel wheel design: The innovative wheel design requires a simple back and forth motion of the hand to sharpen your knives, transforming them from blunt blades to the ultra… Read more

Shocked that you're able to use them effectively without sharpening for 5 years! I would use a combination of regular honing steel with less regular whetstone. Watch some youtube videos. No offense but at £25 a knife, your set is pretty cheap and this deal would likely suit your needs.


Now £14.98


Think of what a professional such as a butcher would regularly use, it's not hard to see why?


Thanks for the advice! I bought this Global 6 Piece Knife Set for £150 about four-five years ago, and I have been using them ever since. I have not sharpened them yet; what method/device should I use to sharpen them?


Use a Whetstone, they're the only thing that works for cheap.