|Color||Orange and Black|
|Product Dimensions||27.43 x 19.05 x 5.08 cm; 680.39 Grams|
|Item Weight||680 g|
SHARPAL Pocket Knife Sharpener & Garden Tool Sharpener, Sharpening Straight and Serrated Knives, Lawn Mower Blade, Axe, Pruners, Shears, Scissors, Combo Gift Pack w/Greeting Card
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|Colour||Orange and Black|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||27.4 x 19.1 x 5.1 centimetres|
|Item weight||1.5 Pounds|
About this item
- COMBO GIFT Pack with an All Occasion GREETING CARD Includes 6-In-1 Pocket Knife Sharpener & Survival Tool and All-in-1 Knife, Lawn Mower Blade, Axe, Pruner and Tool Sharpener. No matter for your outdoor hunting, fishing, camping, or garden activities, the kit restores, repairs and polishes your edge. An ideal GIFT for your family & friends for any occasion!
- MULTIPURPOSE Sharpen and hone both single and double beveled blades including all straight edge and serrated knife, mower blade, scissors, pruner, loppers, hedge shears, axe, machete, hatchet, edged tool, gut hooks, fishhooks, etc. The survival sharpener also comes with All-Weather Fire Starter and Super Loud Emergency Whistle
- DURABLE All sharpening abrasive materials pass 10,000 times field use test.
- CARBIDE, CERAMIC BLADE, DIAMOND ROD, SUPERIOR SHARPENING PERFORMANCE As blades vary from different angles, shape, single or double bevel, straight edge or serration, etc., to fulfill the best sharpening performance for each blade / tool edge, the kit is constructed with 8 sharpening parts including 5 different slots of preset optimal sharpening angle, 3 kinds of abrasives.
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Overall, well worth the price for an emergency back-up.
The only thing I'd change is to make the orange grips out of a softer and more grippy plastic to enable an easier grip. But for the price, I can't really complain.
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I am the Rambo of the Parlour.
In use it works very well. You have 2 different sharpeners.
The carbide one, labelled "1" and the ceramic one, labelled "2".
The carbide one is the one I use the most, it really sharpens the blade.
Don't have the sharpener upright when you use it. Tilt it away from you about 20 degrees, then pull the blade straight through. You will really feel, and hear the cutting action. 1 or 2 pulls through is all it takes to tone up a knife. (if it's very blunt then you will need to repeat the process).
You can then do the same on the ceramic slot, if you wish to finely hone the blade, but with general kitchen knives, I don't really find that necessary.
There is an arrow on the top, telling you which way to pull the knife. In use I've found that you can hold the sharpener either way round, the cutting action is pretty much the same in both directions. Great for us left handers.
You can of course also do it the other way around. Have the blade facing upwards and run the sharpener along the blade. You probably have more chance of cutting yourself doing it this way, but try them both. See which you prefer.
As it is a survival tool it does have some other features.
A whistle, that is very loud, although you must give it a good hard blow.
Perfect for announcing dinner is ready.
It also has a sparking rod for starting fires.
It does arrive covered in a black coating, which you will need to remove by pulling it through the carbide slot before it will work.
It does work though, you need to give it a good hard pull at an angle, but do it right and you're met with a shower of sparks.
You do need to pull it through a few times, I'm guessing that the rod oxidises and you have to scrape this layer off.
I'll admit, it's not that useful in the kitchen, but who knows, come the zombie apocalypse....
It also has a carbide encrusted rod for sharpening serrated edges. That's actually quite useful as it's great for sharpening up a bread knife.
Overall, I think this is a great buy, even if like me you only buy it for your kitchen knives. It works very well and it's nice and compact.
I hope you found this review helpful.
There are three different sharpeners and I tend to use the carbide one first and then the ceramic one to fine-tune the sharpening. Lastly, the carbide encrusted rod for sharpening serrated edges works well too but to be honest is a lot of hassle but I probably will end up using it for for our bread knife at some point!
It works well if you tilt it away from yourself and then pull the knife blade through. You will feel and hear the sharpening action and see the metal sharpenings, hence why you should only use on everyday cheaper knives.
I even took it on a recent holiday just for fun and used the whistle which is functional and loud. The sparking rod for starting fires is surprisingly easy to use and I managed to produce sparks immediately without any prior experience which was actually quite a lot of fun!
Overall highly recommend this for something that has a very small footprints but extremely functional and practical at a very good price point!