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    Default Kitchen sharpener

    Is this a good choice for a hitchen knife sharpener? I would probably use it for a few carry knives but mostly for my good ja henckels kitchen knives.

    https://www.sharpeningsupplies.com/W...ner-P1537.aspx

    Anything else I should look at? Ive never done a stone sharpening set-up.
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    Take a look at this, more versatile.

    https://www.sharpeningsupplies.com/W...r-P505C68.aspx

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    I like that. Seems pretty versatile and the you tube reviews are positive for performance and longevity. Thanks Newracer.
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    Get the ken onion worksharp. Easy to use and razor sharp results. I’m always playing with mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colorider View Post
    Get the ken onion worksharp. Easy to use and razor sharp results. I’m always playing with mine.
    I stole one from my buddy. Use it all the time.

    Now that I think about it. I need new belts.

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    I have one too but have not used it much yet. I did sharpen a hatchet with it and it worked well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00tec View Post
    I stole one from my buddy. Use it all the time.

    Now that I think about it. I need new belts.
    He stole your chainsaw, so you stole his sharpener?
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    The kitchen one is a pretty version of the one everyone likes. The basic Worksharp is the one I bought. Was a Christtmas sale item. Not the only sharpener I use, but great for kitchen knives. As others have mentioned in a similar thread, practice on a junk knife. It's easy to wreck the tip.

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    I bought the Edge Pro whetstone system. I love it, it gets my knives crazy sharp.

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