*UPDATE 10/7/2015* The Work Sharp Knife Sharpener is still running strong. I’ll sharpened my quiver of knives about every 4 months and they continue to hold an edge through heavy use. So far, it looks like one sharpening belt will last for about a year of occasional use (8-10 knives 3 times a year). I haven’t noticed any damage or signs of improper sharpening on the blades. A+++ Product.


As an avid angler and outdoors man, I’m constantly using knives. If your filleting fish, chopping bait or preparing the catch in the kitchen, having a sharp knife is not only makes the job easier, but also safer. Recently I was able to get my hands on the Work Sharp Brand Knife and Tool Sharpener – Ken Onion Edition. I had asked around to a few friends and the reviews sounded promising.

After sharpening my first 3 blades, I can already tell this is an excellent tool. It quickly put a great edge on some old kitchen knives. After I got a handle on operating the machine, I ran one of my favorite filet knifes across the belts. The edge was sticky sharp and ready for the boat.

Visit Work Shop: http://www.worksharptools.com/ken-onion-edition-knife-and-tool-sharpener.html

Please take a few moments to watch the video review and see the knife sharpener in action.

Capt. Ross

Owner of The Intrepid Angler, Captain Ross hails from the historic waters along the Caloosahatchee River. He has a been a fishing guide and outdoor professional working the waters of Florida and Alaska over his career. He now permanently resides in Cape Coral offering anglers exciting opportunities to target trophy gamefish around Southwest Florida on a custom Pathfinder 2500 Hybrid Bay Boat.

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