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Amazon has Work Sharp Electric Knife and Tool Sharpener (WSKTS-W) on sale for $54.56. Shipping is free. Thanks maverick2007

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  • Original Knife & Tool Sharpener
  • 40° Kitchen Knife Guide
  • 50° Outdoor Knife Guide
  • 2x P80 Coarse Abrasive Belts
  • 2x P220 Medium Abrasive Belts
  • 2x 6000 Extra-Fine Abrasive Belts
  • User's Guide
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Sharpen every knife you own like a pro quickly, easily and with repeatable, consistent results. Creates the sharpest blades you've ever had!
Easily Replaceable Abrasive Grit Belts. Comes with premium abrasive belts to meet all your sharpening needs: Coarse (P80), Medium (P220) and Fine (6000). Abrasive belts won't burn or damage blade steel during sharpening.
Precision sharpening guides provide fast, easy, repeatable and consistent results. Kitchen Knife guide sharpens blades to a 40° angle – Outdoor Knife Guide sharpens to a 50° angle.
Can also be used to sharpen a wide range of bladed shop tools and lawn and garden tools such as Lawn Mower Blades, Garden Pruners, Shears, Shovels, Scrapers and more. Also makes the ideal hand held detail grinder
1-year warranty – warranty only valid for North American 110v power source applications. Use of power converters for 220V not recommended. Can be run with 12V power inverter (min. 150 watt) from car, truck, RV, boat, etc.

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great super quick sharpening.... but i do prefer the ken onion version.....
I have tried a number or different sharpening techniques from diamond stones to just grinders and I think this is the best option for the following reasons:

1) Technique. Using stones depends on a user's technique. I had an easy time getting the angle right at the beginning of my stroke but trouble maintaining the angle perfectly. This Worksharp tool requires a little technique too, but not nearly as much.

2) Sharpness. I wish I still had a link to this, but a steel nerd and knife guy did testing where he compared knives sharpened by a professional hand-sharpener to knives sharpened with this tool. This tool provided a sharper knife.

3) Durability of edge. That razor sharpness in 2) is actually gimmicky since that last a few cuts at most. The real issue is how long the edge lasts. A grinder produces a concave edge and that lasts the least long. Stones make a flat edge. These belt sanders produce a convex edge that last the longest before dulling.

This comes with guides for sharpening knives to scissors to free hand sharpening. I thought about the Ken Onion edition to dial in the angle but I really don't need that level of control.
They sell replacement belts:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003UA1...-Eb6EH44Q4

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Amazon deal of the day has one of the best knife/scissor/tool sharpeners out there.for $54.56.


There are other great sharpeners each has there own pluses and minuses

Near all time low per ccc. ($1.50 above)


https://www.amazon.com/Work-Sharp...B07CVN8HV5


Note, this item comes in Amazon's frustration-free packaging.

Includes:
Original Knife & Tool Sharpener
40° Kitchen Knife Guide
50° Outdoor Knife Guide
2x P80 Coarse Abrasive Belts
2x P220 Medium Abrasive Belts
2x 6000 Extra-Fine Abrasive Belts
User's Guide



$1.50 more than this last FP deal https://slickdeals.net/e/13150189-work-sharp-knife-tool-sharpener-precision-sharpening-guides-premium-flexible-abrasive-belts-repeatable-and-consistent-results-made-in-usa-52-99-shipped-amazon?src=SiteSearch
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great super quick sharpening.... but i do prefer the ken onion version.....
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Damn of course this hits after months of waiting an me finally paying full price weeks ago.
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Will this sharpen barber shears?
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Will this sharpen barber shears?
Great question, wondering if I could sharpen the wife's hair shears, sharpening gets pricey
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The problem is, the belt will wear out eventually. Where will you get a new one?!
They sell replacement belts:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003UA1...-Eb6EH44Q4
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The problem is, the belt will wear out eventually. Where will you get a new one?!
Amazon has the replacements
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I have tried a number or different sharpening techniques from diamond stones to just grinders and I think this is the best option for the following reasons:

1) Technique. Using stones depends on a user's technique. I had an easy time getting the angle right at the beginning of my stroke but trouble maintaining the angle perfectly. This Worksharp tool requires a little technique too, but not nearly as much.

2) Sharpness. I wish I still had a link to this, but a steel nerd and knife guy did testing where he compared knives sharpened by a professional hand-sharpener to knives sharpened with this tool. This tool provided a sharper knife.

3) Durability of edge. That razor sharpness in 2) is actually gimmicky since that last a few cuts at most. The real issue is how long the edge lasts. A grinder produces a concave edge and that lasts the least long. Stones make a flat edge. These belt sanders produce a convex edge that last the longest before dulling.

This comes with guides for sharpening knives to scissors to free hand sharpening. I thought about the Ken Onion edition to dial in the angle but I really don't need that level of control.
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Great question, wondering if I could sharpen the wife's hair shears, sharpening gets pricey
The Ken Onion does shears/scissors. Sorry but I don't know if this model does. I do have the KO model and use it a lot.
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FYI for those with japanese knives, you would want the ken onion model cuz of the sharpening angle.
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great super quick sharpening.... but i do prefer the ken onion version.....
What's the difference between this and the Ken Onion version?
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The problem is, the belt will wear out eventually. Where will you get a new one?!
If only the manufacturer made replacements!
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