Twin Sharp Duo Knife Sharpener ReviewThe Twin Sharp made our top ten table, (the only manual sharpener on the list) due to the fact it is very simple to use and is very affordable.What makes the Twin Sharp almost fool proof is the fact that although the user
Smith’s Kitchen IQ Edge Grip 2 Stage Manual Knife Sharpener ReviewThis small, budget friendly manual sharpener is lightweight, portable, and very easy to use making it an ideal sharpener for those just wishing to maintain standard kitchen knives. (It does not work well with serrated knives however.)>>>
The Fiskars 7861 Axe, Hatchet and Knife Sharpener is an interesting tool in that there are very few pull through manual sharpeners for the large blades that this one accommodates. Generally, if you need to sharpen your axe, it is time to pull out the
There’s not a great deal to be said about the BOJ knife sharpener. It is a very simple pull through manual tool proving very popular with those after a for cheap and convenient way to sharpen their knives. Left and right handed people can use
The Lansky 8″ Ceramic Sharp Stick has been receiving rave reviews across the board. It has been cited as a very easy to use manual hone sharpener, with great performance considering the price. There’s not much to say when it comes to describing the tool.
The Wrenwane manual kitchen knife sharpener pitches itself as a small, practical budget sharpener that will look good in any kitchen due to its simple aesthetic.As with most sharpeners of this type, the Wrenwane has 2 sharpening stages, 1 containing course tungsten carbide to sharpen
The Rada Quick Edge Knife Sharpener R119 is specifically designed for those that own Rada cutlery and wish to restore factory edge sharpness to their knives… or so the manufacturers would have us believe. However, if you have bought a range of knives from a
Smith’s TRI-6 Arkansas TRI-HONE Sharpening Stone System, is the companies foray into Arkansas stone sharpening. For those not in the know, Arkansas stone is a superior form of sharpening stone that are quarried from geological formations of Novaculite. The name comes from the fact that
The Chef’s Choice 110 Professional Diamond Hone Sharpener is yet another electric knife sharpener from EdgeCraft. At the high end of what we class as the budget range ($50 – $100), how does this product in differ from other, similarly priced units from Chef’s Choice?
Winco are a relatively new comer to the knife sharpening arena. Established in 1992, Winco (Or DWL Industries Co.) now manufacturers and imports kitchenware all over the world. Their range of knife and sharpening products are actually targeted at professional chefs and restaurateurs, meaning the
This 9 inch knife Sharpening Steel from J.A Henckels is a popular choice with home chefs and professionals alike. As you should all be aware by now, (and if not head to our knife sharpening ultimate guide), a sharpening (or honing) steel is designed for the everyday
The Smith series of electric sharpeners have garnered a good reputation in recent years. Quietly biting at the heels of Chef’s Choice, Smith’s have been releasing reliable and affordable electric knife sharpeners for a long time. The Smith’s Edge Pro Compact Sharpener is another release
Presto 08800 EverSharp Review The performance and budget price are the real selling points of the Presto 08800 EverSharp Electric Knife Sharpener. It really is a great alternative to the Hybrid 220 from Chef’s Choice, (a similarly priced unit that was crowned our best budget
Chef’s Choice M4623 Manual Sharpener Review As one of the few manual knife sharpeners on our top 10 list, the Chef’s Choice M4623 comes highly recommended if you prefer to sharpen your knives manually, and are after a budget model. This is more than affordable