dealsgerber 22-41307 diamond pocket knife multi-tool…

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Have one. Love it. The finger and thumb guards are a useful thoughtful touch.

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Just bought 2. Now I won't feel like I am using a spork to cut through everything.

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^^^what that guy said!
Great deal!!

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Gerber knives, I believe, have a factory edge angle of 15 degrees. These sharpeners should get that edge back. I have a Kershaw that is a 20 degree edge. Just something to note when you think about picking one of these up for general purpose sharpening.

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Not so sure it is a deal. I saw these exact models (without the Gerber name on them)for $0.99 at WalMart. They work OK for a quick fix, but are in no way a replacement for a sharpening set.

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I thought Gerber just made baby food so I was totally confused when I saw this. Knives for babies? LOL! Guess I'd better get a rush order of that Dark Side Coffee offered today!

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How would this work for kitchen knives?

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@belyndag: Gerber Legendary Blades is made by Fiskar. The scissor company that is known for that Yellow Round handle.

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There are no diamonds in this sharpener. The description says it clearly that they are ceramic rods.

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I wonder why the site is charging tax! i am not aware of sites having to charge sales tax across america. I haven't even put the state or zip code where i live for shipping. Makes one wonder! Guess i'll have to pass on the deal, i don't really care how cheap a site sells a product but when there adding secretive charges in there makes me wonder on the companies ethics itself.

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@virtual4desires, Do you live in NY? They're legally obligated to collect sales tax. It's not a scheme. It's the law.

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Haha, someone +1'd my post, but it's a legitimate question! Do you guys know if this could sharpen a Kitchen knife well?

Or for $3, I may as well try...

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thought it was an upside down, back side view of a computer monitor from the picture

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I sort of see that, not 100% sure though.

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@soig: It depends on the knives. If you have one of the Germans like Henckels or Tridents, the blade angle is about 20-25 degrees per side. The Japanese knives like Shun and Global is about 15-16 degrees per side. So you'll want to make sure your knives will work with the Gerber.

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@first2summit: Thanks! I didn't invest much on my knives. Probably why I need to sharpen them. I assumed that kitchen knives had some sort of standard, but it looks like there's a good amount of variability. I guess it's hit or miss.