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KitchenIQ Edge Grip 2-Stage Knife Sharpener

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Amazon.com has KitchenIQ Edge Grip 2-Stage Knife Sharpener (Red) for $5.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks ChicoDad

Amazon also has (as an Add-On item): KitchenIQ Edge Grip 2-Stage Knife Sharpener in (Green) for $5.95. Shipping is free w/ the $25 mimimum purchase needed. *As an Add-on item, you must spend $25 or more in order to purchase. If you have an Alexa device, you may order via Alexa to avoid the need to spend $25.

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I use one of these things almost weekly. Amazing how easy, and good they are at putting a razor's edge on cutlery.

That being said, this is the regular price...I bought the black one for $5.99 back in August.
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I have one of these and they start out great but lose there ability quickly. I did a set of non serrated steak knives that came with a wedding gift set and it did a great job. I used this on some of my cheaper pocket knives with harder steel than the kitchen knives (8cr13mov) and it didn't do well. The knives wore the sharpener out more so than the sharpener removing material from the knives.

I would never use this on knives that I care about like my chefs knives. It will take a lot of work to get a proper cutting surface back after using one of these as the strips of blade material are not removed in a smooth consistent manor. I use these for knives I beat on and less expensive knives that I don't want to spend a lot of time on with my stone.

In summary: They work but not forever. These do not leave a quality edge but are good for knives you beat on or cheap knives. If you really care about keeping your knives sharp for a long time invest in a stone (cheap option) or a proper knife sharpening system (an investment that is worth it for long term value).

Hope this helps someone who might be about to ruin a quality knife because they don't know any better.
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Dang you right handed people! Us lefties want to be able to quickly sharpen our knives too!
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I use one of these things almost weekly. Amazing how easy, and good they are at putting a razor's edge on cutlery.

That being said, this is the regular price...I bought the black one for $5.99 back in August.
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Dang you right handed people! Us lefties want to be able to quickly sharpen our knives too!

turn it around.
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If you value your cutlery do not get this.
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This is a good budget knife sharpener. If you got the good stuff, I assume you know where those those sharpened.
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these things are useless.
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these things are useless.
This model is. Not the chef's choice ones though. Got great reviews on America's test kitchen, from others, and myself.
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I have a cheap knife set from a few years ago, this is a solid buy. Granted I bought this a few weeks ago for the same price, it's worth it.
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these things are useless.
I'm with this guy. I bought one of these and found it a waste of money. Doesn't sharpen much
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I have one of these and they start out great but lose there ability quickly. I did a set of non serrated steak knives that came with a wedding gift set and it did a great job. I used this on some of my cheaper pocket knives with harder steel than the kitchen knives (8cr13mov) and it didn't do well. The knives wore the sharpener out more so than the sharpener removing material from the knives.

I would never use this on knives that I care about like my chefs knives. It will take a lot of work to get a proper cutting surface back after using one of these as the strips of blade material are not removed in a smooth consistent manor. I use these for knives I beat on and less expensive knives that I don't want to spend a lot of time on with my stone.

In summary: They work but not forever. These do not leave a quality edge but are good for knives you beat on or cheap knives. If you really care about keeping your knives sharp for a long time invest in a stone (cheap option) or a proper knife sharpening system (an investment that is worth it for long term value).

Hope this helps someone who might be about to ruin a quality knife because they don't know any better.
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This model is. Not the chef's choice ones though. Got great reviews on America's test kitchen, from others, and myself.
Any one in particular?
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These work very well in my experience. I bought one for $5.50 in January 2016 and still use it. I mainly use it to sharpen my victornox (swiss army brand) 8 inch chefs knife every few uses. Keeps the blade really sharpx great budget knife btw.
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I've had one of these for over 5 years and it works great, metal decoration came off but I trust it with my knives!
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