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EZESharp Blade Sharpener – Demonstration Video with Kitchen Knife & Tomato

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Small demonstration of a well used and very blunt kitchen knife that required some level of pressure applied to cut through a tomato.

There was no visible edge on the knife and it was clearly well-rounded, you can see that there is a very defined edge on the blade once sharpened in the EZESharp Blade Sharpener.


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EZESharp Blade Sharpener – ” the essence of simplicity”

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Sharpening with the EZESharp Blade Sharpener is just that: easy!

Simply adjusting the angle of our patented guide system, your knives will have the edge you need in a matter of minutes. The EZESharp Blade Sharpener works by clamping the blade to be sharpened in a rotatable vice-like clamping jig with degree angle adjustments. An oil stone, file or diamond stone can be used resulting in no loss of temper in the blade being sharpened. The ‘t’-bar guides the stone at a very accurate and steady angle in relation to the blade being sharpened. The EZESharp Blade Sharpener takes the guess-work out of sharpening by providing control and repeatability of the correct sharpening angle – the true secret of sharpening. Infinite angle adjustments together with the ‘T’-bar, gives the operator total control over movement, pressure and angle. This degree of control and safety, and the ability to sharpen such a wide range of blades, to either factory specification or to create a variation to suit the work or individual make, the EZESharp Blade Sharpener is totally unique. Movements & Pressure: Experimentation will find the best method for each blade. The simplest but very efficient method of push and lift on the return stroke, and counting the strokes works well. With this plus attention to the pressure used, you can’t go wrong. Basically start heavy on both pressure and strokes while gradually lightening the pressure and reduce the strokes as you near the goal of sharp edge. You can sharpen all sizes and types of blades using the same process. Finish by using the weight of the stone just gliding over the blade. This is often referred to as the countdown method and is used to finish a blade that has a correct and even bevel but has lost its edge. You can easily restore the edge using this quick and simple process. Included in the package:
  • Blade Sharpener
  • Two Stone Frames (2″x8″x1″ & 3″x9″x1″)
  • 100mm Flip-Over or Wedge
  • Basic Whetstone – Medium/Fine
  • Owner’s manual
  • All necessary tools.

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