AnySharp Plus: Sharpening Tool for Blades and Scissors
Here's an all-in-one tool that can sharpen knives and scissors.
AnySharp Plus is a knife and scissor sharpener that works better than old-fashioned steel discs. It has a hardened tungsten carbide jaw that sharpens your blades at the perfect angle.
Save your old, blunt knives. Make them sharp again.
A sharp knife is important for effortlessly dicing vegetables, slicing meat, or carving the Sunday roast. AnySharp can restore any dull, old knife in seconds. No need to throw away blunted knives.
Special sharpener for scissors
AnySharp Plus can do everything the original AnySharp does, plus sharpen shears and scissors with a second built-in sharpening edge. Note that the scissor sharpener was designed for plain scissors and may not work with bevelled blades.
Works with any knife, even serrated ones
AnySharp uses a tungsten carbide material to extend the life of your knife. It even works on hardened steel knives and serrated blades. It's unlike any knife sharpener you've ever used.
(Note: Not compatible with extremely fine-toothed blades)
Safer by Design
Easy to use. No special skills required.
AnySharp sharpens your knives and scissors at a perfect 20 degrees. This used to be a difficult task, but AnySharp lets anyone get professional results every time.
After fixing the AnySharp to a surface, you can safely and easily sharpen your knives with just one hand. Gently draw the blade through the sharpening jaw up to four times to restore a sharp cutting edge.
Remember to use light pressure and to wipe the blade after sharpening.
Easy to store
AnySharp can be easily stored away in a tool box, drawer or cupboard when not in use. You can even PowerGrip it to your kitchen wall or fridge, ready to use anytime.
Money-saving and ecological
AnySharp is a an eco-friendly tool that makes old blades perfectly usable again. It can pay for itself after a few uses.
1. Pull up the handle on top of your AnySharp.
2. Place your AnySharp on a clean surface, and push down the handle to activate the PowerGrip suction.
3. Put the knife into the sharpening jaw, lightly press down pressure, and slowly pull the knife towards you. The knife should pass through smoothly and tiny metal filings should come off the knife. The knife edge should always face away from you.