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Amazon.com has Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener (‎WSKTS) for $55.96. Shipping is free.

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About this item:
  • 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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Amazon is having a "limited time" sale on the Work Sharp Knife and tool sharpener. I bought it at around $72 and I never see it go on sale. Great sharpener on sale now for $56.

This is almost $5 below a previous front page deal.

https://www.amazon.com/Work-Sharp...003IT5F14/
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ibrow asked this question on 06-25-2021 at 11:49 AM
06-25-2021 at 11:49 AM
10 inch rusted hedge shears, previous owners left in the shed. i thought I would practice a little. I had to disassemble it of course and put back together. But now it became my favorite gardentool.
And wife is more than happy, you know, with sharp knives in the house =).
Great investment. Recommended.
06-25-2021 at 11:49 AM
You can rotate the stock belt assembly forward and remove the guide, effectively giving you a hand-held belt sander.
jack250 asked this question on 06-25-2021 at 11:49 AM
06-25-2021 at 11:49 AM
I got a pack of six for $10.
Davivascaino asked this question on 06-25-2021 at 11:49 AM
06-25-2021 at 11:49 AM
Duty cycle is 1 hr vs 20min, also has adjustable angle guides instead of fixed. Can adjust by 1 degree. Also has a variable speed Motor

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Duty cycle is 1 hr vs 20min, also has adjustable angle guides instead of fixed. Can adjust by 1 degree. Also has a variable speed Motor
This does not have the 15' blade angle for the Japanese brands. This is a 20' Western angle sharpener. You need to move up to the Ken Onion for the Japanese angle.
Opposite opinion here - if you don't own Asian angle knives, there is zero reason to buy a fancier model than this.

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In for one. This is okay to use on Japanese knives like Shun, Miyabi, Kuma, etc. Right?
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In for one. This is okay to use on Japanese knives like Shun, Miyabi, Kuma, etc. Right?
I'd recommend practicing on cheapo knives first. Not sure of any of those Japanese knives you mentioned but I don't guess they are cheap
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Why ken onion edition is so expensive? What is the difference between this one posted ?
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Why ken onion edition is so expensive? What is the difference between this one posted ?
Duty cycle is 1 hr vs 20min, also has adjustable angle guides instead of fixed. Can adjust by 1 degree. Also has a variable speed Motor
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Duty cycle is 1 hr vs 20min, also has adjustable angle guides instead of fixed. Can adjust by 1 degree. Also has a variable speed Motor
I will wait for the Ken onion edition then. Thanks
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I will wait for the Ken onion edition then. Thanks
If you have 20 dollar knives I'd get this. If you have Sebenzas or even Benchmade I'd get the ken onion.
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In for one. This is okay to use on Japanese knives like Shun, Miyabi, Kuma, etc. Right?
This does not have the 15' blade angle for the Japanese brands. This is a 20' Western angle sharpener. You need to move up to the Ken Onion for the Japanese angle.
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Yep need to wait for the Ken Onion.
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I picked up the Ken Onion version and the additional grinder attachment a couple weeks ago. I've never had such sharp knives. That combo was about triple the price of this, but definitely look into that if you like super sharp blades.
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I bought one of these 2 years ago and have been happy with it. Well, built, excellent customer support if needed and the various belts that come with it seem to last a long while.
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I can attest to the quality of the Ken Onion version of this. I have the additional attachment as well. Worksharp is great.
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Only the Ken Onion can attach the blade grinder attachment. It makes the whole thing a lot more useable.
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This does not have the 15' blade angle for the Japanese brands. This is a 20' Western angle sharpener. You need to move up to the Ken Onion for the Japanese angle.
I have this sharpener, and you are correct. The guide only goes down to 20 deg per side, which is for western knives. Japanese dual bevel knives usually use 15 deg per side since they usually have a HRC hardness above 60
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