Restore a super sharp cutting edge to blunt knives with the AnySharp Pro Knife Sharpener. No special sharpening skills required; anyone can get great results. Easy to use, simply draw your knife through the AnySharp sharpener 3 to 4 times using light pressure. The optimum angle to sharpen a good quality steel knife is 20 degrees. AnySharp is pre-set at 20 degrees to give a perfect edge every time. Suitable for use with hardened knives, e.g. Global, Sabatier and with serrated knives such as bread knives and hunting knives. Hands-free suction grip base clamps on to surfaces. Space-saving design, small enough to be tucked away in a kitchen drawer. Featuring a metal alloy body. Measures 6cm diameter, 6cm high. 10-year warranty. Not suitable for use with ceramic knives or fine-toothed knives. Boxed.
I don’t think I have every sharpened my knife before. I got a good pair for review and never looked back. They still work, so didn’t see the point of sharpening them.
I love the simplicity of the AnySharp Pro. It’s a palm-sized circular device with a suction pad on the bottom, allowing for hands-free knife sharpening. The lever on the side when pushed down attaches the cup to the countertop. Though I found the material my counter is made from meant it wouldn’t attach.
The clever design element is the angle of the sharpening edges. Set at 20 degrees, this is described as the best angle for sharpening. All it takes is a couple of swipes through the blades and the knife becomes razor sharp.
I tested this on several blades, including a serrated bread knife and after 3 or 4 swipes through, the blades were super sharp. Why not take a look at our other Lifestyle reviews, or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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