Reviews and Ratings for Work Sharp WSGPS-W Pocket Knife Sharpener

Work Sharp WSGPS-W Pocket Knife Sharpenerrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (2 reviews)
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Work Sharp WSGPS-W Pocket Knife Sharpener

 

Price: $14.95

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Work Sharp WSGPS-W Pocket Knife Sharpener
rated 5 stars out of 5
"Curtiss B"
Driscoll, ND
May 06, 2020
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Arthritic Fingers
I'm have sever arthritis on my fingers on both hands I'm so elated with the ease of using the wok sharp pocket sharpener, I have been sharpening knifes for a lot of years, I had tons of other smaller knife sharpeners over the past 40 plus years, this is the pocket knife sharpener others will try to copy. I recently retired after almost 40 years of service for a state law enforcement agency and working also at the same time working for a federal enforcement agency, I worked for the state agency and wore their uniform, I was paid by the Federal Agency. I would have given anything to have had this pocket sharpener because I could have kept my knifes sharp if needed in the field. I currently also am the proud owner of the very first belt sharpener Work Sharp put out. Now that I'm retired as kinda of a hobby I sharpen knifes for others in need of a sharp knife at no cost, I just recently sharpened a Chicago Cutlery 71-S, I used the belt drive Work Sharp, the folks I did it for could not believe how tremendously sharp it was (popping hairs). God Bless your company and your employees for bringing such wonderful products to market. Curtiss B.
Work Sharp WSGPS-W Pocket Knife Sharpener
rated 5 stars out of 5
Chh
Virginia
Aug 11, 2020
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
My Favorite touch up ceramic Rod!
This ceramic rod boderlines on the surreal! I take good care of my knifes edges by not abusing them. To put the best sharp egde on a knife blade that has been dulled through constant use, or using it for cutting nylon line and rope at work, this will bring the razor's edge I really enjoy using to cut with. To make it a fine razor's edge only takes a strop after using this rod. The coarse diamond sharpener on the other side will be a great nick or rolled edge remover should I need that. However, since I haven't used that side of the tool for any edge work on my knives, axes or tools, I've discovered the ultimate fingernail file in this diamond stone. Any chipped, nicked or damaged fingernails are immediately trimmed back to an origninal profile with minimum effort!