Sharpens your knives quickly, easily and accurately Just draw the AccuSharp over the tool and your work gets easier Renew your edges in an instant Safety hand grip prevents cuts Diamond-honed tungsten carbide The large handle fits either hand safely and securely. The full length guard protects fingers. Sharpening blades are diamond honed tungsten carbide and provide years of reliable use. AccuSharp will not rust and can be cleaned with soap and water or in the dishwasher.ATTRIBUTES Material: Carbide Steel Special Features: Easy to use! Type: Hand Held Versatile and easy enough for anyone to use safely, the AccuSharp 001 Knife Sharpener lets you quickly sharpen a wide variety of bladed tools, from straight and serrated knives to cleavers and axes. Its unique, ergonomic design guards your fingers while a dependable, diamond-honed tungsten carbide blade puts a precision edge on your tools.
The AccuSharp 001 Knife Sharpener offers: Speed, safety, and precision A full-length finger guard An ergonomic handle for right- or left-handed sharpening 5 to 10 years of use between blade changes
The tough, tungsten carbide blades are reversible and replaceable. View larger.
This sharpener can even handle serrated knives, making it a perfect pick for kitchens. View larger.
This verstile AccuSharp sharpener is also ideal for sportsmen and craftspeople. View larger.
Versatile, User-Friendly Design A sharp blade makes it easier to get work done quickly and safely. The innovative AccuSharp Knife Sharpener lets you sharpen most blades in around ten seconds. Sharpening is oil- and mess-free, and it doesn't require guessing at angles or handling rough, awkward stones. This sharpener's easy-to-use design makes it a great tool to have on hand in professional and personal kitchens, as well as an easy choice for hunters, fishermen and women, gardeners, and craftspeople. Featuring a unique, ergonomic handle, the AccuSharp fits neatly in either hand to accommodate both right- and left-handed users, and it includes a full-length guard that protects your fingers throughout the sharpening process. Fast, Effective Sharpening To get started sharpening, you simply place your knife on a table or counter top with the cutting edge up. Hold the knife handle securely with one hand. Then let the "V" notch on the sharpener straddle the blade, and use your thumb to apply light pressure as you draw the AccuSharp down past the point of the blade. When you first use the AccuSharp on a blade, several passes may be required to make sure that your knife's cutting angle conforms to the AccuSharp angle. But once that angle is achieved the first time, it should take just two or three brief passes to put a sharp edge back on your knife--which means that sharpening fits into your busy schedule instead of interfering with it. Dependable, Long-Lasting Construction To deliver years of reliable use, AccuSharp sharpening blades are crafted from diamond-honed tungsten carbide, one of the hardest known materials. And because even the toughest industrial-quality blades eventually begin to show wear, AccuSharp's unique design allows you to reverse the blade to double its life span. Most users report an average of five to 10 years between blade replacements, which means that it's easy to ensure that your sharpener will be ready to go when you need it. AccuSharp Knife Sharpeners will not rust, and they can be cleaned easily with soap and water or in your dishwasher. What's in the Box AccuSharp 001 Knife Sharpener
This is a tremendous invention! I was a pro chef for about 15 years.The customary way to sharpen knifes was a steel and or flat stone.I have bought and used various "sharpening systems" and had ex-pensive electric diamond sharpeners. However, this device is thefastest, cheapest, and best one I have ever used. It puts a verysharp edge on all knives (almost razor sharp), and sharper than any$300 electric sharpener out there. And for the average 8" chefs knife,t..
Do not, repeat, DO NOT buy some $100 electric knife sharpener that may or may not be any good. I got a tip on this from Cook's magazine, which reviewed several products and rated this the top manual sharpener. (By the way, Cook's definitely did not recommend the dumb Rachael Ray-sponsored sharpener with the curvy blades and high price tag.) For about $10, this product honed my fancy German knives, and also the old knives I've had for 20 years ..
I am sharpener impaired , and have bought lots of stones and sharpeners spending a bunch ($200 plus in all) This thing puts a great edge on , simply. makes knives a happy, sharp experience. However, It TAKES A LOT of metal off, so requires cautious use and acknowlegement of the fact that knives you use it on, ain't gonna last forever. That, I can afford