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I didn't feel that!!! Where'd the tip of my finger go!!!!!!!!

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That's what is going to happen if I'm not careful! I was given this as a birthday gift a while back. The Ken Onion Work Sharp sharpening system. I finally had a few minutes the other day to swipe a few of my kitchen knives through the thing to see how it works. In about ten minutes I had five extremely sharp blades! Thing works slick and the directions and operation is a breeze. There will never be another dull moment in my kitchen again! A plus is one of the local stores carries the replacement belts for the same price as Amazon!

 

 

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Oh yeah the newly sharpened knife did wonders on the london broil I did yesterday!

 

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..... I think I see that missing tip of your finger at the top of the picture.... in the out of focus area.... :biggrin:

 

Grats! A sharp knife is definitely worth it's weight BBQ!

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Cool Case, nice sharpener & great lookin LB ! icon14.gif
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Looks good I still use a stone 

post #6 of 10

DS, Nice toy to add to your arsenal !

post #7 of 10
I've never seen one of those; I use a tri-stone...

Coming from someone who's done it four times, twice in one week, believe me you feel it!!!!
post #8 of 10

Great looking rig. IMO that sure beats using a stone.  I once removed the tip of a finger sharpening a machete with a stone--really caught my attention  LOL

 

Gary

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Yep this thing works great. I was a bit skeptical. If I have super fancy Japanese cooking knives I'd still use a stone. I spend days sharpening my flats, chisels, and gouges I use for wood working on a stone. So I don't feel too bad using this machine to sharpen my knives!
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Yep this thing works great. I was a bit skeptical. If I have super fancy Japanese cooking knives I'd still use a stone. I spend days sharpening my flats, chisels, and gouges I use for wood working on a stone. So I don't feel too bad using this machine to sharpen my knives!


Case I looked it up and they have a few attachments, for sharpening other then knives 

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