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Knife and Tool Sharpener $70
This is the first model that I used from Worksharp. It comes with six belts of three different grits, two angle guides. I have used it to sharpen everything from an Opinel No. 2 to a 32 inch bladed sword.
Ken Onion Knife Sharpener $130
While the angle and belt speed are fixed on the Knife and Tool Sharpener, they can be adjusted on the Ken Onion model. The angle guide can be set anywhere from 15 to 30 degrees. Once you have the edge started, you can slow the belt down for polishing. This kit comes with five belts running from 120 to 6000 grit.
Combo Sharpener $50
The sharpener uses precise 25° angle guides for both sharpening and honing. The innovative Tapered Ceramic Rod will hone every knife you own to a razor-sharp edge, and will sharpen most any size serration. You can now successfully sharpen all your serrated knives with a single, easy to use tool.
Guided Field Sharpener $25
The Guided Field Sharpener provides coarse and find diamonds, a three sided ceramic with a small ceramic for serated edges. Each of these come with angle guides built in. There is also a leather strop for those times that you don't really need a full sharpening job.

The diamonds can be replaced easily as they are magnetically loaded onto the sharpener.
Guided Sharpening System $45
The Work Sharp Guided Sharpening System is a complete sharpening solution for every knife you own. It features the innovative Pivot-Response System which allows the abrasive to follow the curve of the blade – making manual sharpening faster, easier and more precise than ever.
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