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Author Topic: Benchmade "Worksharp Field Sharpener"  (Read 808 times)

Offline Redbird

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Benchmade "Worksharp Field Sharpener"
« on: Dec 30, 2018, 19:22:23 »
Stopped by a "friend of the family's" shop the other day to have him sharpen the plethora of knives I own. He turned me on to this little wonder of a tool...

Within a very few minutes, I had an above average edge on my knife. Within a few more minutes, I had an exceptional edge on my knife.
This is an awesome tool for the DIY'er who wants to sharpen their own blades with minimal effort.
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Re: Benchmade "Worksharp Field Sharpener"
« Reply #1 on: Dec 30, 2018, 19:51:20 »
If every knife you own has a 20 angle.

I use this Smith's kit when I'm not using an Arkansas stone.  Provides for 4 different angles, and takes no experience to work.
 
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Re: Benchmade "Worksharp Field Sharpener"
« Reply #2 on: Dec 30, 2018, 20:20:17 »
nice, both of them........

I just do half azz sharpening on my stuff. with a simple stone.
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Re: Benchmade "Worksharp Field Sharpener"
« Reply #3 on: Dec 30, 2018, 20:54:51 »
Ah... It appears I should've listed a disclaimer for my experience/review of this particular tool ...
It should be noted that most pocket/carry knives and kitchen knives use (or can use) a 20 degree angle.
So the Benchmade tool will work well for those who carry/use most common knives, and want a one piece tool that's quick and easy to use.
However, if you require/prefer your blade to differ from the most common angle... you should absolutely seek out an alternative to this simple one piece sharpening tool.
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Re: Benchmade "Worksharp Field Sharpener"
« Reply #4 on: Dec 30, 2018, 20:59:18 »
nice, both of them........

I just do half azz sharpening on my stuff. with a simple stone.
Do a proper sharpening (as evidenced, it's not difficult), and you'll be much happier when you actually need a sharp edge ;)
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