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Friday, February 27, 2015

Sharpen Those Knives and SAVE Money (Review and Giveaway)

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this product, and giveaway, free of charge,from System, via Tomoson, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

If you're like us, you spent a LOT of money on really good knives to cook with.

And because they're quality made, they last and last.
But their edges get dull don't they?

DId you try the sharpener that came with them and found it lacking, and doesn't give you a sharp enough blade?

Then I have the solution for you that will keep your investment working for you,
and save you money!

The System Knife Sharpener has an unique design that will make you LOVE it. Not only is it compact, it has an extra strong suction pad design, to provide YOU with a safer way to sharpen your knives with one hand. The sharpener is suitable for Blunt and Ceramic knives, but not made for serrated knives or scissors, and features Ceramic Bond wheel & Diamond Grinding wheel, for double sharpening.

All you have to do is place the sharpener where you want it, and then push the locking lever down into place. Easy peasy and it is STUCK to your table or counter, and ready to start sharpening!

The System sharpener features not one, but 2 stones for sharpening. You go in stages (1 &2-clearly marked on the sharpener, and sharpen AND hone the blade edge!  


Using a slight downward pressure, put your knife through three to five pulls of stone 1, running the blade from its heel to its point. You will remove nicks and return the sharp edge to your knife, As you can see below in the before and after pictures (left side pictures)..

Step 2 is FINE HONING -
After completing Step 1, you can polish your knife Edge to its maximum sharpness in just a few pulls across the second stone. As you cans ee from the picture on the right above, that is one wicked looking edge! And it is SHARP! The knife cuts like new! Yeah!!

Did you know that you should sharpen your commonly used knives once a week? Yup you should! Chefs know this, which is why they have sharpening stones in their kitchens. And now you can too, with this super easy to use (and store) sharpener! Sharp knives save you time by allowing you to work quickly and efficiently, which equates to less time preparing food, and more time to enjoy it with your family 
I have to say that this sharpener has worked better than any other ones I have used! It is quicker and puts a better edge back on your knife! I love how I can store it in a drawer easily and attache it to the counter when I need it. It is so easy to use, that sharpening all the knives once a week will be an easy chore for me!  I love that it also has a money back guarantee, so you know you're getting a better quality product!

The sharpener would be a great birthday or hostess gift, and perfect for Mother's/Father's Day (they're closer than you think) giving as well! And lucky you, one of you will get to win one to try out for yourself!

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One winner will win their own System knife sharpener:


  1. This is great. I would keep it since it is so practical and useful. thanks. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. I will keep the sharpener if you win. I really need a good sharpener or new knifes one.

  3. love to win for us we need this so badly lost our other one . thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

  4. I would keep it and sharpen my knives. I can never find my sharpener.

  5. If I win, I would gift this to my daughter, who is a culinary student!


  6. You could say both, I suppose. I plan on giving this to my husband, since he does all the cooking. But we live in the same house, of Coors, so would you say I am keeping it?

  7. I would keep this for myself

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