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I have about 7 global knives that were super dull plus various pocket knives that needed touching up.

Didn't feel like buy tons of stones or some of the more expensive systems. So I rolled the dice on the WorkSharp Ken Onion Edition. I got the Ken Onion because the Global knives have about a 12-15 degree angle on the edge. SUPER sharp & hard steel. I would have taken a long time for me to do them on stones.

I skipped the Extra course belt & ran course --> Med --> & Fine --> Extra Fine for all the knives that needed it. Set at 15 degrees.

In pretty short notice it returned my kitchen knives & benchmade pocket knives back to shaving hair on arm sharp. If you have a bunch of dull knives you need sharpened quickly. It'll definitely get you there.

On Amazon it goes for $130: https://www.worksharptools.com...-tool-sharpener.html




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Wife bought me one for Christmas and I think they work great!


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Add the Worksharp blade grinding attachment to it. With that I can get a razor edge on everything from my knives, to axes, woodworking chisels, plane irons, shears, on up to lawn tractor blades, etc.


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Originally posted by Ironbutt:
Add the Worksharp blade grinding attachment to it. With that I can get a razor edge on everything from my knives, to axes, woodworking chisels, plane irons, shears, on up to lawn tractor blades, etc.

I've had mine for a couple of months now and find it much better than the standard Ken Onion.

I put some comments and a video in the sharpening thread.


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