Keep your blades and tools sharp and ready
Sharpen your indoor blades and outdoor tools with Hoselink’s Sharpener.
Use the Sharpener on your knives, secateurs, shears, loppers, cutters and any other blades and tools around your house and garden. Revive your older tools and keep your new blades in tiptop condition!
This premium sharpener is easy to use thanks to its ergonomically designed comfort grip handle. It also features a handy lubricant well at the base of the handle with oil supplied inside for your convenience.
The Sharpener has 3 different sharpening areas to give the perfect angle for any sharpening job. There is an angled blade for secateurs, flat for shears and scissors, and another angled one for knives. The Sharpener also has a ceramic head on one side to remove burrs and provide a smooth finish.
Please Note: There is no need to disassemble your blades or tools before sharpening.
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Excellent product, works well.
It just works well.
I was amazed at how well this worked on my old secateurs. They look old but cut like new! Can also be used on other things that need sharpening too.
I'm still getting used to it. it was recommended so I will persist.
Just great. This product is really good
The Sharpener filled with surprises.
Its the best sharpener perfect for shears and thicker branches. Its not just for the garden butcan do a good job for scissors, knives and any gardening tool that needs a good job done. I love the two sides of the tool and the handy oil hidaway saves you leaving a job, or trying to find some oil that you thought you had. Thank you
Made short work of sharpening my secateurs in a safe manner. Very handy and does a great job.
Very good, great product, great price
I did find using the sharpener on bypass secateurs a little awkward to use. The straight blade is a little easier I think. I will check out the video again to see what I’m doing wrong