If you have a large collection of knives, you can probably remember when each one
was purchased. I know my 14 year old son can. For him the money spent is a bigger
deal then to most adults, but that’s the point, you took hard earned money and spent
it on something that was going to be useful. What happens when that knife dulls out,
that pair of scissors doesn’t cut, or the pruners don’t prune? Remember how great
they worked when new? Chances are, they’ve been getting dull for years, you just
haven’t realized it. So the luster is lost and another is purchased. Soon that one
doesn’t seem to cut anymore, and so it goes, more and more knives, scissors and pruners.
Pretty soon you have a lot of knives collecting in junk drawers, and all of them
castoffs. You can’t bear to throw them away, but you don’t want to use them either.
Why not? You would say,”I don’t know, I just don’t like them”. Or the more famous
line, “They hurt my hand when I use them”.
They hurt because they’re dull!
Well, we have some advice for you. Sharpen them!
What you have not realized is the slow process of them getting dull has gone unnoticed.
Your dissatisfaction is not with the product itself, but with how sharp it is, which
results in how cleanly or quickly it cuts. After all, it does not matter how pretty
a knife is, or how fancy a handle it has, the primary purpose is to cut something.
Remember when it comes to a cutter sharpness is king.
With a Handy Sharp in your pocket or on your key ring you will never have to worry
about that again. These nifty little sharpeners are big on performance, but small
in size. They can be kept right with your knives, and better yet one can be kept
on a key chain or in your pocket so the knife sharpener comes with you. Bulky bench
mounted ones, or electric ones might be nice, but they are certainly not going to
be in your pocket to touch up the blade as you are working. Frequent light sharpening's
are the best way to maintain a knife or garden shears. Leaving them go till they
need a major rework, just wears them out by having to remove too much metal. Because
Handy Sharp has a hardened Tungsten Carbide blade it can bring a knife back from
the dead, but why suffer that? Why not maintain the sharpness, and thereby the usefulness
of the knife on a consistent basis?
Because of the low price you are not limited to just one either. Go ahead and pick
up a couple. This way you can keep one in the kitchen, one in workshop, and of course
one or two with your hunting gear, or on a key chain in your pocket, where you will
actually find it handy. Handy Sharp that is.
Remember - There is never a dull day with a Handy Sharp!
Long Handle model (HS-015) sells for $13.99 Plus Shipping
Rectangle model (HS-012) $13.99 plus shipping
Round model (HS-008) $7.99 plus shipping
Save on buying more then one!
Discounts are as follows. (Discounts are applied in shopping cart.)
About the same size as the Handy Sharp Hand Size but with a built in fire starter.
That’s right. built into the handle is a magnesium fire starter element. Just shave
the element with the carbide and presto! Massive shower of sparks to light your favorite