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    Username Post: Work Sharp Knife Sharpener        (Topic#909566)
    Equip 2 Endure
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    07-31-11 04:57.41 - Post#2368340    



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    Rob Babcock
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    08-14-11 18:06.32 - Post#2375767    


        In response to Equip 2 Endure

    Great video, Adam! Looks like a slick solution for someone that doesn't want to fill up a garage with sharpening gear. The only concerns I'd have is that the belts must be proprietary; this probably means they're somewhat expensive. I don't imagine there are an awful lot of belt/grit options, either.

    Looks like a great tool, but I will probably stick with my Edge Pro Professional and Kalamazoo 1" x 42" grinder! ;-)
     


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