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Smith's 50264 Adjustable Manual Knife Sharpener

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  • Two stage sharpening for standard knives (Coarse and Fine)
  • Serrated blade sharpener
  • Will quickly sharpen very dull or damaged blades
  • Easy adjust knob allows sharpening at a wide range of angles (14 -Degrees per side to 24-Degrees per side)
  • Replaceable abrasive components, Soft Grip Handle, Non-slip rubber feet
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Smith's 50264 Adjustable Manual Knife Sharpener


Smith's Adjustable Angle Pull-Thru Knife Sharpener
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Smith's Adjustable Angle Pull-Thru Knife Sharpener

Designed for the Sports Enthusiast who demands the highest quality sharpening tools and abrasives, the Adjustable Angle Pull-Thru Knife Sharpener offers innovative features never seen on a manual knife sharpener sold in the retail consumer marketplace and functional performance unmatched by standard edge maintenance products.


Features:
  • Sharpens all types of standard and serrated knives
  • Two stage sharpening for standard knives (Coarse and Fine)
  • Quickly sharpens a very dull blade
  • Finishes to razor sharpness
  • Can be used to maintain the edge on knives that are already sharp
  • Easy adjust knob allows sharpening at a wide range of angles (14 degrees per side – 28 degrees per side)
  • Fixed angle slot for sharpening serrated blades
  • Replaceable abrasive components
  • Soft Grip Handle
  • Non-slip rubber feet
Easy adjust knob allows sharpening at a wide range of angles
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Safe and Easy to Use

This safe and easy to use sharpener offers two stages of sharpening (COARSE and FINE) for all types of knives with a flat grind on both sides of the blade and a fixed-angle slot for sharpening serrated edge blades. It also offers more sharpening angles than any Precision Sharpening System on the market today and eliminates the need to keep up with all the pieces that come in a Precision kit. It has an soft grip handle and non-slip rubber feet for comfort and safety.

The Adjustable Angle Pull-Thru Knife Sharpener will sharpen all your knives (hunting, kitchen, and pocket) at the same angle as the original factory grind. Stop messing with the complex, cumbersome, and time-consuming Precision Sharpening Kits and get a simple, easy to use knife sharpener that offers more angles and sharpens both sides of the knife blade at the same time.

Sharpens all types of standard and serrated knives
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Smith's: The Edge Experts, since 1886

Widely regarded as a world leader for sharpening tools, Smith’s, The Edge Experts, since 1886, lays claim to the design and manufacture of the broadest line of knife, tool, and scissors sharpeners currently available in the Sporting Goods and Hardware markets.

The company’s product offering includes both manual and electrical sharpeners ranging from the very simple to the sophisticated and several edge care products. They incorporate a wide variety of abrasive materials including diamond, carbide, ceramic, bonded synthetic abrasives, and natural Arkansas stones.


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Technical Details
Part Number 50264
Item Weight10.6 ounces
Product Dimensions10.8 x 2.5 x 1.2 inches
Item model number50264
ColorYellow
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionThree Year Limited Use Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB007Y15LD4
Best Sellers Rank #5,685 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 27, 2012
  
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104 of 109 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Wally M. Viray TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 28, 2012
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This keeps my knives like new out of the box sharpness. But you have to be careful when you use pull thru sharpeners. You should not use pressure when sharpening the knife. Just let the knife glide on the sharpening blades. When you apply pressure, you might damage the blade.

I have pull thru sharpeners, Japanese Waterstones, Wusthof Steel Sharpening Rods, Smith's Tri-hone and Spyderco Sharpmaker. I initially started with the Accusharp and Smith's Jiffy Pro Knife sharpeners. I got really great results from both of them, but I got swayed by "Experts" that said that it is taking away too much steel every time I use them, and it also damages the edge. So, based on their advice, I bought a Spyderco Sharpmaker. It was great and very sharp, but I could never replicate the edge exactly every time.

So, I turned to Japanese Waterstones based on suggestions from others. I have to say that they were able to produce a crazy sharp edge, but it took FOREVER to sharpen a Kershaw Blur.

Through all of this, I noticed that my knife was getting smaller and smaller. So I did not get the logic of not using the Pull thru sharpeners in the first place. I have been using Pull thru sharpeners for many years and I never noticed my knives getting smaller! Now purists might say that it is because I lack experience with using Stones or Rods, and that may be the case, but I do not want to spend any length of time perfecting how to sharpen a knife, as I have more important things to do. The Smith's Sharpener gets the job done in less than 20 seconds.

But what I do agree on was that pull thru sharpeners changed the edge angle. If your pull thru sharpener has an angle of 20 degrees, it will impart that to your knife.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Alberto Vargas VINE VOICE on March 2, 2013
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This is a great product, and let me tell you why.

My earlier reviews include relatively expensive kitchen and pocket knives. When you have nice knives, you want to keep them well maintained and sharp (regular maintenance beats reviving a truly dull blade). Unfortunately, sharpeners tend to fall in two categories: cheap and easy to misuse (scraping too much material off the edge, not adjustable to blade geometry, etc) or good but hard to use (requiring assembly or holding the knife at some precise angle). And then there are electric sharpeners - the worst.

This sharpener combines the best features of my favorite sharpeners. It is large enough to be stable (nice handle!) and obvious to use even to a first timer. The edge angle is adjustable depending on the type of knife you have, with a smart middle setting used as a default. So it can handle fillet knives, kitchen knives (Asian and European), pocket knives, hunting knives, and tactical knives. It features coarse and fine sharpening stones, as well as serrated sharpener, which is relatively rare. Serrated blades are normally less than fun to sharpen without a nice sharpener like this Smith.

The quality and ease of use have made this my main sharpener these days. I just keep it in the kitchen and use it for everything. Only on the rare occasions when I am aiming for perfection or dealing with a badly damaged blade do I break out the Spyderco Sharpmaker.

Highly recommended.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By E. Garcia VINE VOICE on March 19, 2013
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This Smith's Knife Sharpener will sharpen just about any knife. The little dial on the sharpener allows you to adjust the angle of the sharpeners. In the instructions, they include some example/suggested angles for various blades. And while I *could* adjust this every time, I've just set it for Japanese Santoku's and left it. It works well on all of my kitchen knives and my pocket knives at that setting.

Being a V sharpener, I won't try using it on single edges like scissors.

As for the gizmo on the whole: The hand grip is really nice. No other knife sharpener I own has a nice, simple hand hold like this. You'd think that would be a major consideration on every sharpener! The bottom of the gizmo is flat and rubberized. This makes it a breeze to keep the thing stationary as you sharpen.

Now... the Coarse sharpener is for damaged or dull blades. And as I state in the title: Don't Push Down! Let your knife blade glide through the V slot. If you push down on your knife, you will damage it. Just glide through. Give it a good 10 drags through. Then finish on the Fine V slot with another 10 drags and you should be done!
I went through this process with some damaged knives: some nice knives that had gone through the dishwasher a few times, leaving the edge a bit jagged. This guy fixed 'em right up!

The Serrated slot is for, you guessed it, serrated edges. Again, don't push down on the blade! You'll REALLY mess up a good serrated knife by forcing it through this sharpener.

If your knives have just dulled a bit, try using the Fine sharpener first. A few cycles through the Fine V usually puts my knives straight.

I have whetstones, ceramic V sharpeners, diamond plate sharpeners... they're all relegated to back up status. The Smith's Adjustable stays in the kitchen 24/7.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Louise Llama on November 29, 2012
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I have used just about every knife sharpener out there. From the expensive Chef's Choice Diamond electric one to the $8 AccuSharp one to the good old steel rod sharpener. The Chef's Choice ended up getting sold at a garage sale because it damaged my knives.

The Smith's 50264 Adjustable Manual Knife Sharpener is unlike any other sharpener I have owned. I have never had one that allowed me to adjust the angle of the sharpening and honing blades nor have I had one that had a dedicated slot for serrated edges.

The sharpener comes with lengthy instructions (although it is very simple to operate). The instructions are printed in French and Spanish in addition to English. The instructions make it very clear in the steps to take to ensure you are correctly sharpening your knives. The instruction card includes an extensive list of the recommended angles based on the type of knife and then the actual brand. If your brand is not listed you can either call the brand manufacturer for the specific angles or you can just use the common angle for the type of knife. The common angle degrees are listed on the side of the sharpener itself.

The angle degree knob is located on the top of the sharpener and is easily turned to select anywhere from the 12.5 inch degrees to the 24 degree mark. There is the sharpening slot, the serrated slot and then the honing slot. The hand grip seems adequately sized and is encased in a nice non-slip coating. There are two rubber feet on the bottom to keep the sharpener in place. I would have preferred to see a couple of suction cups in the middle part of the bottom because it does rock back and forth a bit while pulling the knives through the sharpening slots.

Now on to the performance of the actual sharpening!
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