Save over 60% on a knife sharpener that can give your kitchen and utility knives a new edge
TL;DR: As of March 18, the Angle Pro Knife Sharpener is on sale for just $69.99 instead of $199. That’s 64% in savings for a limited time.
All knives get dull eventually if you’re using them regularly. Whether you’re chopping up veggies with a high-end chef knife or dressing a fish you caught on your spring camping trip, your knife will get dull eventually, but that’s not a bad thing. Sharpening your knives could be a quick and easy task if you have the right tools for the job.
The Angle Pro Knife Sharpener is a multi-stage sharpener that was successfully funded on Kickstarter. You can hone, sharpen, or give a completely new edge to a knife with this all-in-one tool, and it’s on sale for $69.99. That’s 64% off.
Get your knives razor-sharp with this cutting-edge technology
The Angle Pro has three sharpening stages, but you might not use all of them on every knife. The ceramic wheels are for honing your blade. All honing does is straighten the cutting edge on your blade to make the edge last longer. Passing your knife through the ceramic wheels before you cook may make prepping your ingredients go a little smoother, especially if you’re slicing through soft materials like meat or fruit.
If honing isn’t enough to get your knife back up to tip-top performance, then you may want to try refining the edge with any of the three diamond sharpening wheels. A few passes through one of the diamond wheels could make your blade feel like new again. Just make sure to use the angle guava to check which wheel to use.
If you want to restore an old knife to like-new condition, run it through the tungsten carbide rods to give it a new edge. Or you can use those rods to change the angle of a knife’s edge if you want it to cut a little differently. Some high-carbon steel chef knives get as low as a 15-degree edge for low-friction cuts, but you might want something wider if you’re working with thick cuts of meat or even bone.
Sharp knives will “steel” the show in your kitchen