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Verve Sharpening stone
This Verve sharpener block is constructed from abs with a handle. It's ideal for for sharpening.
Features and benefits
- 4 Grits sharpening tool with block, 200(extra coarse),300(coarse),400(medium) and 600(fine) grits
- Professional tool for sharpening knives, scissors and tools
- Easy to use, no oil is required
- With handy block base
tilpip20 - 3 months ago
Just bought this and have now sharpened all my kitchen knives works fantastically all ready to cut my Sunday beef roast .
Was lucky as last one in store great product
Convenient sharpener for blades and chisels
dentmonkey - 3 months ago
This has to be the easiest sharpening stone in the know universe to use.. I can't understand the stupid reviews it sits on the worktop the rubber feet hold it in place sufficiently enough for the type of blades / edges it's intended for the grades are clearly labelled on the end of the block 200 being coarsest and 600 being finest they are even in pretty colours... I have had no problems on all chisels and my kitchen knives..let's face it if you cannot work out how to use this safely then maybe you should not be in charge of sharp objects....
Woodchip1944 - 4 months ago
I think most of the comments here are unfair to the product as it's primarily intended for sharpening chisels and plane irons. You will NEVER remove sufficient material on garden tools to create a good edge As one reviewer comments below a good file is more use on garden tools. I would never try to sharpen anything other that chisels or plane irons. Don't even try it!
StumpyFingers - 2 years ago
It’s a piece of unwieldy kit and first of all, needs wedging/clamping before use. Second you need to understand grit coarseness grade, as indicated by colour. Third it’s primarily for chisels, not knives swords or shears or any other garden gear. Chisels!
Used in conjunction with a roller angle guide, it’s good for re- profiling the angle of a damaged chisel, but you need a whet stone to hone it. Not a quick fix, so don’t set your expectation too high.
waste of money
DKW23 - 3 years ago
No instructions in store or on product, so i had to look on line to find out what 200/300/400/600 meant....but worse is that they are labelled both ends and the numbers don't match..so no way of knowing which side is which.
unwieldy to hold as its rather large, so its difficult to sharpen large items e.g. long handled grass cutters...have spent most of morning trying to sharpen and they are still no better than when i started!