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Hey! Saw this:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1

Cheaper than the last FP deal. bounce

Now $47.57
  • Sharpen every knife you own like a pro quickly, easily, and with repeatable, consistent results
  • Comes with premium abrasive belts to meet all your sharpening needs: coarse, medium, and fine
  • Precision sharpening guides provide fast, easy, repeatable and consistent results
  • Can also be used to sharpen a wide range of bladed shop tools and lawn and garden tools
  • 1-year warranty valid for North American 110v power source applications
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Nice Find! I paid more (~$55) for it last time it was posted, and love it.
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Picked this up at the last sale. Definitely an insanely easy sharpener. You have to be careful not to round off your tips... Pick up some cheapy knives at a thrift shop or the dollar store and practice quite a bit before using any of your nice knives.
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Thanks In for 1.
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This vs the spyderco sharpener?
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You don't want to use something like this on your nice knives do you? I thought you should only use things like sharpening stones for things like that.
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How long do the belts tend to last? This would save me money in the long run over taking my mower blades down to the hardware store.
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if your serious about sharping knife for knife making buy these plans .very well built machine the only tools required to make are a drill press acess to a welder (if not home depot) and just basic things i used a cutoff with my angle grinder but i suggest you check them out and as to how long the belts last on this item in particular is around 35-50 blades .https://www.etsy.com/listing/5357...e_active_1 (not the amount of time belts will last on the item i linked
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I'll try this on my lawn mower blades.
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This vs the spyderco sharpener?
I have the spyderco and I'm waiting for the onion edition to drop below 100
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I have this and its great. I paid about $5 more for mine. I use it on all my knives, even my expensive ones. I wont spend $1k on a sharpening system when I can do the same blasted thing with this in a fraction of the time.
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Picked this up at the last sale. Definitely an insanely easy sharpener. You have to be careful not to round off your tips... Pick up some cheapy knives at a thrift shop or the dollar store and practice quite a bit before using any of your nice knives.
You're not kidding about the rounded tips. Glad I tried it out on my cheaper knives first. I'd also place some sort of tape on the guide, otherwise it can mark up your blades finish.
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Looks like the deal is over. No pickup at Walmart and $60 in Amazon cart.
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How long do the belts tend to last? This would save me money in the long run over taking my mower blades down to the hardware store.
This isn't made for mower blades, the belts are similar to light weight belt sander belts.. I don't think they'd last very long on something that heavy.

Buy a cheap grinder from HF for $20 and get some hard grinding discs for your mower blades.
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