Edgeware Edge Grip 2 Stage Knife Sharpener

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Edgeware Grip 2-Stage Knife Sharpener is lightweight, portable, and easy to use on either a flat surface of the edge of your countertop or table. Carbide blades and crossed ceramic rods features pre-set sharpening angles that provide the proper sharpening angle every time. Carbide blades (Coarse) provide quick edge setting capabilities, and the ceramic rods

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Edgeware Grip 2-Stage Knife Sharpener is lightweight, portable, and easy to use on either a flat surface of the edge of your countertop or table. Carbide blades and crossed ceramic rods features pre-set sharpening angles that provide the proper sharpening angle every time. Carbide blades (Coarse) provide quick edge setting capabilities, and the ceramic rods (Fine) are used for the final edge honing. Two stages of sharpening offer the capability to put a razor sharp edge on very dull or damaged blades and touch-up already sharp blades. It comes with non-slip rubber feet and a soft grip rubber handle for comfort and steadiness when sharpening. The V-Grip bottom allows for added stability and comfort when using the sharpener on the edge of your countertop or table.

Product Features

  • V-Grip Bottom for use on edge or counter
  • Provides proper sharpening angle every time
  • Soft grip handle for comfort and control
  • Used on straight edge blades only
  • Easy to use

Comments

K. Domagalski says:

Smith’s 2 Stage Knife Sharpener I purchased this knife sharpener because the price was right. I wanted a spare knife sharpener to keep at my camper. It will sharpen knives just as well as more expensive two stage sharpeners do. The cutters are fixed so you can’t replace them. At the price who cares, buy a new one and save the aggravation of replacing cutters at $7 a pop.

G. Cheung says:

Excellent for its intended purpose I bought this specifically for some inexpensive “Farberware Pro” knives, for which it matched the factory bevel very well. I have not tried it with any other knives, but I imagine Farberware’s grind is fairly typical of most kitchen knives being sold today. This sharpener is not comparable to a stone or similar systems when faced with varied or more complex grinds, and is not going anywhere near the cleaver, for example. However, the carbide bits are very aggressive, much better than typical “coarse” ceramic sharpeners, and could probably regrind a knife fairly quickly. The “fine” ceramic rods are standard fare. The grip looked small in the picture but, combined with the traction from the rubber bottom, proved comfortable and completely secure. Of the fixed angle, countertop sharpeners I have encountered, this is the best designed and I expect to replace it with same model when it wears out.

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