Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener (WSKTS) Replacement Belt Kit

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  1. Mason Newton "Fishing Hobbyist" says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sturdy belts of different grades, February 10, 2011
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    When I bought the Work Sharp knife sharpener, I was concerned about breaking sanding belts and leaving me without extras. After sharpening all the knives I have (a bunch), I only messed up one by sharpening a gut hook in the wrong manner. The belts are sturdy and I haven’t needed to open the replacement package yet. These are tough, variable grits, and work like a charm!

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  2. GQMGT says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My father loves it !, December 30, 2010
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    I bought this as a gift for my 92 year old father. His very first job was as a butcher. He always had a great knack for sharpening knives with a diamond stone and steel. At his age he wanted something easier and less time consuming. He absoultely loves the work sharp. Just a few passes and knives are razor sharp. Believe me, he is very fussy about most anything. If he says this is a great item, it is !!

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  3. Pro-ecotime says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worksharp, June 7, 2012
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    Works as well as the majority of people have stated, but perfectionists may disagree; it’s fairly vesatile, and if you know how to “free hand” (estimate the angle of your blade without a guide)you get even greater versatility. It saves time with badly damaged blades, and can sharpen a variety of knives, scissors, etc., just don’t put your asian 15 degree knife in the 20 degree slot – those have to be “free handed” or you have to use another sharpener. Expensive German/Asian knives should probably not be “tuned up” on this anyway – you should use a manual Chef’s Choice 4629 or 4633. As far as a “shaving edge”, you can probably do that with a little practice. I have Chef’s Choice 120 and XV electrics, a Chef’s Choice 4633/4629 manual sharpener ( my favorite manual sharpener for touching up kitchen knives), a Henckels manual sharpener, the Lansky diamond hone sharpener set, a few diamond stones from Harbor Freight, some ceramic rods on a wooden base made by Colorado Ceramic, two Spyderco triangular ceramic “rods”, and various other stones – but the Worksharp is what I use to get it done in the least time when the blade needs more than a “touch up”(family & relatives neglected knifes).

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