|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 4 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||015C|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||3|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
AccuSharp 015C Knife, Garden Tool, and Scissor Sharpener Multipack
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AccuSharp's 015C multipack includes three essential best-selling blade sharpeners (click each to enlarge).
Amazon.com-Exclusive 015C Multipack
The Amazon.com-exclusive 015C multipack from AccuSharp combines three of their best-selling and most effective sharpening tools in one convenient package: the 001 knife sharpener, the 060 GardenSharp tool sharpener, and the 002 ShearSharp scissor sharpener. It’s ideal for simple and mess-free blade-sharpening applications throughout the home, garage, workshop, yard, and more.
Each AccuSharp sharpener can accommodate left- or right-handed users and includes full-length guards that protect fingers throughout the sharpening process.
All their sharpening blades are crafted from diamond-honed tungsten carbide, one of the hardest known materials. And because even the toughest industrial-quality blades eventually show wear, AccuSharp's unique design allows you to reverse the blade to double its life span; most users report an average of five to 10 years between blade replacements. AccuSharp sharpeners don’t rust, and they can be cleaned easily with soap and water or in the dishwasher.
Eliminating the need to guess correct angles or handle awkward stones, AccuSharp sharpeners are extremely easy to use: Simply place the dull item on a flat surface with the cutting edge up; hold it securely with one hand; and let the “V”-shaped notch on the sharpener straddle the blade. Then use your thumb to apply light pressure as you draw the sharpener down past the point of the blade. It may take a few strokes to establish an ideal angle, but once it’s reached, it should take just two or three quick passes to put a sharp edge back on the blade.
001 Knife Sharpener
The innovative 001 knife sharpener is AccuSharp’s flagship product, and for good reason: It sharpens most blades in around 10 seconds without the need for mess-making oil or water for lubrication. Keep the sharpener on hand in professional and person kitchens, among hunting gear, or within crafting storage containers for convenient and quick blade-sharpening needs.
060 GardenSharp Tool Sharpener
The 060 GardenSharp tool sharpener is ideal for refining single-edged, hard-to-sharpen blades on tools in your shed, including lawnmower blades, shovels and spades, hoes and rakes, pruning shears, limb trimmers, and scythes. It’s a must-have item in any gardener’s, florist’s, or landscaper’s arsenal of tools.
002 ShearSharp Scissor Sharpener
The 002 ShearSharp scissor sharpener is designed to take the hassle out of honing general-purpose scissors, hedge clippers, and tin snips, making it a necessity for hobbyists, crafters, and DIYers of all kinds for use around the home.
About Fortune Products, Inc.
Fortune Products, Inc., is a world leader in manufacturing sharpening products and has made quality knife and tool sharpening products since 1984. Priding itself on quality high-performing sharpening products, Fortune Products, Inc., is also known under its AccuSharp brand.
What's in the Box
One AccuSharp 001 knife sharpener, one Accusharp 060 GardenSharp tool sharpener, and one AccuSharp 002 ShearSharp scissor sharpener.
Top Customer Reviews
In 2006, Cooks Illustrated magazine did a product review of knife sharpeners, and the AccuSharp was deemed the best of the manual sharpeners that they tested. Then I found out that a friend of mine owned one, and I borrowed it. It worked like a charm, and I immediately bought one for myself, which I have been using for the last five years.
Sharpening is fast and easy. If your knives are not ridiculously dull, one or two passes is sufficient to restore the edge to better-than-new. The Cooks Illustrated review points out the only downside: If your knives are in really bad shape, this will not remove nicks from the blade - it just doesn't remove enough metal.
Final thought: There is another review which states that repeated use over a weekend removed 1/8" of the knife blade. I don't see how this is possible, unless one is using it incorrectly (like sticking a new pencil in a pencil sharpener, and continuing to turn the crank until the pencil is sharpened down to a stub). Regular use is just a couple of passes, and removes almost no metal.
This will put an edge on a knife. It will do so quickly, easily, and with very little skill or effort required.
HOWEVER it puts this edge on at the expense of the knife. It removes way more material from the surface of the knife than a normal sharpening on a stone. Furthermore, the edge it places is indeed sharp, but does not last. The angle is likely to steep to be maintained even with regular honing. Continuing to sharpen a knife over the course of a single weekend left me with a constantly sharp knife, but one where I'd removed a full 1/8 of an inch of material from the blade. Since it wasn't my knife I didn't much care, but there is no way I would ever let this touch my own personal knives, or any expensive knives really.
If you buy cheap knives in the first place and just replace them when they dull, you should seriously get this. It will save you a lot of money. BUT, if you care about the longevity of your blades, move along. Most likely your knife will only need to be honed anyway, but if it really needs to be sharpened, get a wet stone and learn to use it.
Edit: People are reacting negatively to this review in part because amazans mobile app posted my review when all I had listed was the positives, before the "HOWEVER". It took a long to to figure out how to edit the review from the mobile site and in the meantime damage was done.
That said, let me also clarify another point.Read more ›
If starting with an extremely dull blade, you might have to take quite a bit of metal off to achieve a sharp edge, but after that all you will need is a few light strokes to maintain the edge. And remember that you should use a butcher's steel or ceramic rod MUCH more often than a sharpener.
There are any number of similar sharpeners, and I've tried many of them - but none work as well as the Accusharp.
With these 3 sharpeners, I feel like there is nothing left in the house that I can't sharpen.
I have fine Wusthof kitchen knives, and a couple of swipes with the Knife sharpener and they are slicing tomatoes like they are new. Old scissors (and when I say "old," I mean from the 1960s) have been rejuvenated. The scissor action is a bit loose still, but the scissor blades are sharp as can be now. My lawnmower blade gets a few strokes each time I mow, and the grasscutting action is the better for it. Every time I come across something old and dull around the house, I have applied one of these sharpeners to it, and every time the performance has been improved.
These sharpeners are extremely effective, and thus it is VERY important to follow the instructions (just a paragraph or 2 on the back of the package) ... the most important of which is to use a LIGHT touch.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They didn't do much to sharpen anything. But maybe I wasn't doing it right.Published 6 months ago by Irene
These sharpeners are okay in a pinch. I wouldn't really recommend them, but they do function to a degree. Kitchen knives really need to use a better sharpener such as Chef's.Published 7 months ago by WILLIAM J. OREILLY
These sharpeners are easy to use and work OK but the carbide sharpener will chew the metal off of your blade. I use it on scissors, garden tools, machetes, etc. Read morePublished 8 months ago by dogbone
These are great sharpeners. Have them starched where I need them the most. Save the instructions were you can review them because two of them have special ways to use them.Published 9 months ago by Garden lady
Great sharpeners at a great price! Easy to use and they work very well sharpening different types of edges. Just the knife sharpener alone is worth the price. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shawn L. O Connell