2 Step Knife Sharpener

2 Step Knife Sharpener 2 Step Knife Sharpener

2 Step Knife Sharpener


(USD) $5.99

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Product Code: 2692

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Smith’s 2-Step Knife Sharpener features two tungsten carbide blades with pre-set angles to ensure the perfect edge every time. Three or four strokes through the carbide sharpening slots will restore the edge on a very dull knife. The two crossed ceramic rods also have pre-set angles and provide a smooth finished edge to already sharp knives. It is lightweight, portable, comes with a lanyard hole, and has non-slip rubber feet for added safety. Excellent for use on all types of knives, especially filet knives.

Instructions

1.Caution: Always rest your sharpener on a sturdy flat surface, never on your leg, and keep fingers behind finger guard or injury could occur.
2.Insert knife blade into the slot at a 90-degree angle to the sharpener.
3.Pull your knife blade straight back towards you while applying light pressure.
4.Repeat this action until blade is sharp.
5.Care: Always clean your sharpener after use. Rinse with water and towel dry.


Specifications

Reliks Product ID 2692
Manufacturer SKU AC87


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4/5 average from 19 reviews


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R - Verified Buyer


"Good product for what it is." - 10/03/2014


P - Verified Buyer


"Good item for price, hard to use on curved blades, angle is a bit wide which makes it hard to get razor results." - 09/22/2014


R - Verified Buyer


"Not as amazing as I had heard but still a great product." - 05/31/2012


R - Verified Buyer


"Works very well, and is quite easy to use. I've used it several times and see no deterioration in quality as of yet. The only problem with it is that depending on the knife, you may not be able to sharpen all the way to the base of the blade (the intended sharpened area), if the handle conflicts with the design of the sharpener. Either way, most of the blade will be sharpened." - 05/16/2008


G - Verified Buyer


"Great product for the price!, I spent about ten seconds on each side of the sharpener and my knife slid through paper like nothing." - 05/30/2007