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Wrenwane Knife Sharpener - 2 Stage Sharpening, Black

Price: $9.97
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Product Features

KITCHEN KNIVES AND POCKET KNIVES - Though the sharpener is primarily designed for steel, straight bladed kitchen knives, it can work equally effectively on pocket knives. It should NOT be used on ceramic or serrated blades. DESIGNED FOR SAFETY - The Wrenwane knife sharpener has been designed specifically to protect YOU! Unlike many other devices on the market, the Wrenwane sharpener has a large grip handle that allows you to effortlessly hold the knife sharpener steady during the sharpening process. Additionally, the feet are non-slip so the sharpener will not slide over the work bench either making this device extremely safe to use. ATTRACTIVE AND LIGHT-WEIGHT - Let's face it, most manual knife sharpeners are ugly and certainly are not the sort of tool you would leave out on the kitchen work surface. However, the Wrenwane kitchen knife sharpener has been designed in such a way to give it an attractive look so that you can leave it out at all times alongside your other kitchen tools. Dimensions 190x60x50 millimeters. TOUGH AND DURABLE - The Wrenwane knife sharpener is made of hard plastic so you can drop it as many times as you want, it won't break and will last for years. TWO SHARPENING MODES - There are two ways you can sharpen your knife with the Wrenwane knife sharpener. For overly blunt knives simply pass the blade a number of times through the Tungsten Carbide coarse blades and the knife will be sharpened with ease. After running the knife through the coarse rods you can touch it up by running it through the Ceramic fine rods OR if you have a fairly sharp knife already that just needs that extra little touch up, then just pass the blade through the fine rods only.

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