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Accusharp – Knife Sharpener

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The Accusharp is a great tool for sharpening a wide variety of items. Knives, machetes, axes, even serrated knives. The large ergonomic handle fits either hand safely and securely and allows anyone to sharpen items quickly and effectively. Features Diamond Honed Tungsten Carbide Sharpening blades for years of reliable use. These blade can even be flipped over for double the usage, and replacement blades are available.

The Accusharp can also be used on swords. Either in conjunction with a hand sharpening or on it’s own, it can rapidly provide most swords with a serviceable cutting edge.

Please Note: The Accusharp is best used in conjunction with knives, daggers or swords which were unsharpened by the factory and then sharpened with aftermarket sharpening such as the KOA sharpening service or your own. Items which were sharpened by a factory may or may not have an edge with the proper shape that can be matched with Accusharp.

1 review for Accusharp – Knife Sharpener

  1. Dale

    Accu-Sharp Review So, I just got this thing today, and I’ve spent a while testing it on various blades and blade-like-objects. I wasn’t really expecting much, honestly. Besides the fact it’s $10, these handy-sharpener-doodads are usually just gimmicky pieces of junk.

    I was pleasantly surprised by this one. I mean, it hasn’t, like, revolutionized my world and given me a whole new outlook on life, but it is a genuinely useful little tool. It actually works, and works really well. It will put a decent cutting edge on most bladed objects.

    It also saves a lot of time. In the instructions, it claims 2-3 strokes is enough. This is a lie.
    Most blades take about 7-10 strokes per side, but it’s still a TON faster than traditional sharpening. It will save you a lot of time if you don’t need razor-sharp edges on your knives or swords. (It works on swords, by the way.)

    However, this thing is NOT for putting an edge on blades that are not already at least somewhat sharp. If something is blunt, or very close to being blunt, it’s best to do some work with traditional sharpening first, or you’ll really mess up the sharpening stones inside.

    Overall, this is a really good purchase, especially for the price. If it were $15, or maybe even $20, I’d probably still buy it. (Even though it already kinda is $20, because of shipping costs, but whatever.)

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