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Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener Ken Onion Edition

Item #158978
$149.95
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4.5

(2 reviews)

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Product Information:

Work Sharp has partnered with legendary hall of fame knife maker Ken Onion to develop a new knife and tool sharpening platform with expanded features! The combination of Work Sharp engineering and Ken’s industrial design has created a fast, easy way to sharpen all your knives and tools with precision and repeatability. This new sharpener utilizes a fully adjustable (15° to 30°) precision sharpening guide, is variable-speed (1200 SFM to 2800 SFM) and has wide, flexible, premium abrasive belts. It will sharpen pocket knives, hunting knives, serrated knives, kitchen knives and any other shape or type of blade you own. Includes five abrasive belts: P120, X65 (P220), X22 (P1000), X4 (P3000) and 6000.


  • Fully adjustable (15° to 30°) precision sharpening guide

  • Variable speed (1200 SFM to 2800 SFM)

  • Includes 5 premium abasive belts

  • Sharpen any knife and a lot of other tools

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    4.5

    (based on 2 reviews)

    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Easy to use (2)
    • Good power output (2)
    • Smooth running (2)

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • Sharpening (2)

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    5.0

    Work Sharp Sharpener Ken Onion Edition

    By  Papa Bravo

    from Suffolk VA

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Ergonomic Design
    • LOVE IT
    • Powerful
    • Smooth Running

    Cons

    • Belts Wear On Hard Steel

    Best Uses

    • Anything Needing An Edge
    • Cutting
    • Polishing
    • Shaping/Finishing
    • Sharpening

    Comments about Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener Ken Onion Edition :

    If you have electricity this is the tool that saves you time and literally puts a Samurai sword edge to steel fairly fast. Read the instructions and its pretty much goof-proof. For most of my life I've used sharp tools having learned how to sharpen straight razors from my Grandfather who had a barbershop. I'm still dedicated to both Japanese and Arkansas stones using water, then after joining the Navy I discovered the Lansky sharpening system which uses oil. I've sharpened thousands of blades using these methods, including some Japanese swords, so I feel qualified to comment. Both the Work Sharp and Lansky can wear fast when grinding down an edge on hard steels like those found on military bayonets, survival and combat knives so buy at least an extra box of belts. After the geometry is set the belts do hang in there. I've been using it on garden tools from several types of mower blades to hoes and shovels to bush wackers, Kukuris, machetes, hatchets and axes to pocket and sheath knives. EVERYTHING GETS WICKED SHARP FAST AND EASY! Do check out the Work Sharp website for the two (2) optional accessories, since my local Woodcraft store didn't carry them. I'm hoping they complement the base tool and make my chores go by faster. Don't forget to buy at least another box of belts in case you accidentally cut one the first time you use the tool.

     
    4.0

    makes em sharp

    By  frmrusmcducker

    from Green Bay,WI

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Powerful
    • Quiet
    • Removes Blade Knicks
    • Smooth Running

    Cons

    • Belts Wear Out Fast
    • Takes Getting Used To

    Best Uses

    • Sharpening

    Comments about Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener Ken Onion Edition :

    sed to use a steel or a wet stone but since getting this tool I can make my knives scary sharp in a lot less time than it used to take. I would have given this item five stars but I will say that after sharpening about 15 different items the belts started looking like they would need to be replaced. I think that they should have included an extra set of belts. I would have given this item five stars if they would have included them

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