Knife & Tool Sharpener Mk.2 - Professional Electric Knife Sharpener 120v

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  • NEW & IMPROVED - Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener Mk.2 sharpens every knife you own. It builds upon the Original Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener, with new features to make sharpening faster, easier, and more repeatable than ever before.
  • FLEXIBLE BELTS - put a razor sharp edge on their blades, now you can have the same technology in your home or shop like the professionals. The belts conform to the edge of any blade to sharpen outdoor, pocket and kitchen knives, even serrated knives, scissors*, and many other common edge tools.
  • SHARPENING GUIDE - increases precision and repeatability to get the proper edge angle every time and provides a new scratch resistant leather lining. Quickly change from 25 outdoor knives to 20 Kitchen knives in one guide.
  • TWO SPEED MOTOR - delivers a low speed for more control when sharpening a knife, yet still provides all the power you need for heavier sharpening and grinding tasks on tools like lawnmower blades, axes and other common lawn & garden tools.
  • EDGE GUIDE - supports the knife all the way to the tip and makes sharpening easier. It can quickly be flipped out of the way to ensure you sharpen the entire length of the blade on certain knives with obstructive features.


Work Sharp Knife Sharpener

Package Dimensions: 9.84 x 6.89 x 5.98 inches

Item Weight: 2.2 pounds

Manufacturer: Work Sharp

Country of Origin: USA

Item model number: WSKTS2

Material Care Instructions: Hand Wash

Assembly Required: No

Number of Pieces: 1

Batteries Required?: No

Included Components: Abrasive Belts, Knife Sharpener

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4.0 out of 5 stars | Choose wisely
Style: MK.2 Pattern Name: Sharpener
Now just wait a second, take a breath, and think about what you really need to accomplish sharpening knives and other tools before you run off and buy this thing. Cuz I probably should have. I've sharpened a lot of knives and tools with stones, rod systems, files, ceramics and steels. They all have their strengths and weaknesses depending on the sharpening circumstances. But, the one thing they all have in common is that they are going to put a flat edge on your blade after you master using them. Keeping the edge angle the same, I could pretty much use them all interchangeably with one another. But, this Work Sharp belt sharpener doesn't play nice with the other systems. It puts a convex edge on your blade. And once you've gone convex, it's very hard to go back to flat. To maintain that convex edge you pretty much have to use just the Work Sharp every time. The only tool that seems to continue to be useful between the Work Sharp and all the others is my leather strop. I'm not going to debate which edge is better between convex and flat... I can cut things just fine with either. Now the Work Sharp is fast at putting a very sharp edge on a knife... crazy fast! You can take a blunt instrument and come out with a hair-popping edge in a couple of minutes. It really seems like you are cheating. But with that speed there are trade-offs... - The edge will be sharp, but it won't be mirror pretty. - You have to get a technique down to get a sharp edge without grinding away too much steel. It's almost too easy to chew away steel with this tool... Be careful not to mess up knife tips... big danger with the speed. - This tool seems to be able to put tiny scratches on your shiny blade, even when you are being very careful. So, yammer, yammer, yammer... What's the take away? I've slotted this tool for the knives that I just want sharp in a hurry, and I don't care (much) how they look. That means the EDC beaters that I abuse on a regular basis, my hunting/camping knives, most of the kitchen knives that have been around here forever, and any blade that occasionally comes in contact with dirt (sorry about that axe and lawn mower). My "nice" folders, and any expensive cutlery we acquire will still get the personal (albeit slow) manual process. But, would I still have bought it knowing that it is incompatible with my other sharpening methods??? Yeah, I would have still bought it even if I had thought things through more carefully. Not because my other sharpening tools can't get blades as sharp as this thing, (they sure can) but because it's just so dang fast!
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2021 by Happy Camper

5.0 out of 5 stars | Just get one!
Style: MK.2 Pattern Name: Sharpener
I was on the fence about this. I have a Lansky system, I have stones, I have hones. All that stuff is good, and for day to day touch up work I will still do it by hand.... but I have a large collection of knives, axes, tools, etc. and keeping them all sharp is a chore. To me that is where the Work Sharp comes in and really shines. I burn firewood 5 months a year. And I split most by hand. This thing is great for axes. The most time consuming part is putting the axe in my vice. It’s spring time now and I will be clearing some of my hunting trails, a few passes on this and my machete will be ready to go. I also have a few knives I wanted to re-profile. Working through the various grits, it took me less than 20 minutes per knife. I could have done it quicker, but took my time. Now I have a re-profiled blade, that looks like a factory edge! If I took a few knives to my local cutlery shop, it would have cost me the price of a work sharp. But now I just go out to my shed. If you’re a DIYer, woodsman, hunter, fisher, camper... whatever, I would highly recommend this tool. It’s very high quality. No wobble, the system runs really smooth. I will definitely be purchasing other work sharp products.
Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2021 by Alejandro

5.0 out of 5 stars | The BEST sharpening system
Style: MK.2 Pattern Name: Sharpener
I have researched quite a bit on knife sharpening. Out of the WE, Tormek, Lansky-style, and belt sanders I originally went with a cheapo harbor freight 1x30 belt sander with angle attachment. It sucked. I sank about $100 into the whole thing and now I'm dreading throwing it away. I just tried the worksharp and I am in love. The worksharp beats the wicked edge in terms of cost, labor intensity and speed. worksharp beats the tormek in terms of cost, setup/cleanup, and speed. Worksharp beats lansky/rod style systems in terms of labor intensity and speed. OH. and I'm really excited, but I haven't tried the scissor sharpening feature. I may get a maul in the future too, and if this thing can do those even half as well as it does my kitchen knives... i'm going to marry it. literally buy a ring and get on one knee and propose. Long story short: the worksharp will get you a smooth and sharp edge in under 60 seconds, including the time it takes to change belts. You only need 2 strokes on each side on the medium belt, and about 5 on each side with the fine belt to achieve a working edge. The edge is sharp to the point where I notice I'm slicing into my plastic cutting board and I have to ease off. Kitchen prep was probably twice as fast, and half as hard today, cutting everything from chicken thighs to lemongrass. I don't need a mirror bevel. I don't need 100,000 grit diamond honing. I need a sharp knife almost every day in the kitchen, and I need a no-fuss, no-drama, easy, effective, and cheap way to maintain. The worksharp is that. I am in love. I'm going to leave bad reviews on other sharpening systems and YouTube videos and leave good ones for the worksharp. I'm total WS fanboi now.
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2021 by sifeiyu

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