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The Minosharp Plus is a 2 stage sharpening solution consisting of a coarse grit and a medium grit. Scroll down to read the pros and cons, some frequently asked questions, as well as my final recommendation.
Minosharp Plus 3 550 Black/Red
Originating in Japan, the Minosharp Plus 3 was designed with the intent of achieving similar results to a traditional whetstone. It was made for people who wanted to have sharp knives, without having to learn the technique involved in using a sharpening stone.
Rada Cutlery Quick Edge System
Costs about as much as a combo meal at McDonalds, and is guaranteed for life. A cheap, inexpensive system with a plethora of positive reviews to back it up. Want to know what I think? Scroll below to see the pros and cons!
Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker
Spyderco’s first ever product was this sharpener. Yes, even before they started manufacturing those wicked sharp knives that they’re so well known for! Did they get it right on the first try? Scroll down to find out.
SunrisePro Supreme Knife Sharpener
A rather unusual looking knife sharpener which resembles a cooking pot upon first glance! The device itself is fairly small, and in theory pretty simple to use. That’s hardly the best part about it though! Keep reading to find out what makes this such a popular seller.
Taylor’s Eye Witness Chantry Classic
The Chantry Classic is one of the first ever pull through sharpeners. Originally designed in 1970, this has now found its place in a New York museum display as an antique. Read the pros, cons, FAQs and a final recommendation before you buy!
V Sharp Warthog Knife Sharpener (Classic II)
The “v” style sharpeners are definitely gaining more popularity and appeal to those who are new to knife sharpening. The fact that most of these v types are easy to setup, use and learn, is in itself a huge selling point. However, there are subtle differences between each v type that make some better than others. Scroll down to check out the pros and cons of the V Sharp Warthog Knife Sharpener!
Work Sharp Sharpening System (GSS)
This is one of the newer sharpeners recently released from Work Sharp. The objective of this sharpener is to provide a complete sharpening solution for every knife you own. But does it satisfy this objective, or is this just another knife sharpener which falls short of expectations? Keep reading to find out!
Wusthof 4 Stage Knife Sharpener
I’ve heard of 3 stage sharpeners, but never 4. So, how does this non electric knife sharpener fare when put to the test? Find out by reading the pros and cons below!