Wednesday, 10 July 2019

(Ad - Gifted) The AnySharp knife sharpener - Review!

When I was packing the kitchen up to move house I did think about throwing our kitchen knives out and buying new. They were blunt, really blunt. They would just to say cut the crusts off the kids sandwiches. I am so glad I didn't throw them out because I was given the chance to review the AnySharp knife sharpener. 

The AnySharp knife sharpener, a knife and a chopped apple.

The AnySharp restores a super sharp cutting edge to blunt knife blades that have dulled with use. It uses tungsten carbide technology to extend the life of almost any knife including serrated blades.

You don't need to have any experience to use this. You use the power grip suction cup base to attach it securely to any smooth surface or worktop which makes it hands free and safe.

AnySharp Pro knife sharpener out of the packaging

To sharpen your knife you simply run it through the AnySharp gadget applying light pressure 3 or 4 times. The optimum angle to sharpen a good quality steel knife is 20 degrees. The AnySharp is pre-set at 20 degrees to give an optimum edge every time and allows anyone to get professional results without any training at all! 

Showing the top of the The AnySharp Pro knife sharpener

You can see below in this video how easy it is to use. It took a matter of seconds to make a knife as good as new.



I was amazed at how well it worked and how quick it was to make a knife sharp again! I really do love this new gadget and will be using it whenever any knife needs sharpening. It saved me money too as now I don't have to buy any new knives. It really is the best knife sharpener I have ever had and I can highly recommended it. It does what it says and is safe to use.

It is small enough to be stored in the kitchen drawer but you could even PowerGrip it to your fridge or tiled kitchen wall  out of the way yet handy when you need it.

The AnySharp Pro is available in a range of colours from Amazon for £19.99.

I was sent this knife sharpener free of charge in exchange for this blog post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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