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

Work Sharp WSSA0002012 Knife & Tool Sharpener Replacement Belt Kit (WSKTS & WSKTS-KT)

  • Assorted replacement belt kit includes (2) P80 coarse, (2) P220 medium, and (2) 6000 fine. These abrasive belts are direct replacements for the abrasive belts that comes standard with the WSKTS & WSKTS-KT
  • Premium grade, long lasting abrasive belts. Specific selection for optimum sharpening performance
  • Manufactured by leading brands in belt technology: Norton (P80 & P220) and Micro-Mesh (6000)
  • Abrasives: aluminum oxide (P80); ceramic oxide (P220); silicon carbide (6000) - Backing: waterproof polyester (P80, P220); flexible cotton backing with polymer emulsion cushioning layer (6000)
Replacement Abrasive Belt kit for the Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener (WSKTS). Kit includes (2) P80 Coarse belts, (2) P220 Medium Grit Belts and (2) Fine Grit Honing Belts - 6 total belts. Belts are 1/2" x 12" and do not fit other Work Sharp tools or accessories. These premium grade abrasives are long lasting and designed for sharpening and grinding applications.

List Price: $ 12.44 Price: $ 8.50

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

  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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