Thursday, October 18, 2012

Product Review: Edgeware Angle Adjust Manual Sharpener

Edgeware Angle Adjust Manual Sharpener by Smith's

I will admit that I am not the knife sharpener in my house. In fact, I don't notice the dullness of a knife blade until my husband starts to use the knife and announces how dull it is. That may tell you a little bit about my knife skills. My husband sharpens our knives on a sharpening stone that, to be frank, makes my skin crawl to watch. It's like nails on a chalkboard.

So, when I got the chance to test and review the Edgeware Angle Adjust Manual Sharpener by Smith's, I was pleased to find a knife sharpener that I could easily use myself.

Some of the interesting features of this sharpener are the fact that it allows users to sharpen a knife to its original factory angle and it includes three slots for sharpening:
  • The fine slot for finishing the knife edge and maintaining a knife that is already sharp
  • The coarse sharpening slot for sharpening dull or damaged knives
  • The serrated slot for sharpening serrated knives only

Another feature of the sharpener is a knob that helps you to adjust to the correct angle of your knife and the soft touch hand grip which provides a safe, no-slip base for stability.

The Edgeware Angle Adjust Manual Sharpener has made knife sharpening so much easier for me. And, since I've become more confident with sharpening my knives myself, I tend to sharpen them more often which makes for safer cutting and chopping in the kitchen. My sharp knives make me feel like a professional chef...almost.

Disclaimer: I was provided with this product for review; however, the opinion expressed here is my own.

1 comment:

  1. My Tom, has a sharpener kind of like this and he does sharpen his knives more with it!



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