$41.99 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 8: Did not purchase but received as christmas or birthday gift from my crew at work several years ago. It worked great when I got it and only used it for pocket knives and it continues to work on my new set of chisels. Excellent product. Would have rated it a five but the little plastic angle device leaves some room for improvement.
$17.49 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 1: I've been using the coarse "stone" for about 6 months with great results. I sharpen both whittling knives and gouges for the students I teach. As with anything well-used, the "stone" was not as coarse as once was, so I bought another one of the same grit. The the first time I used the new one, the same oil seemed to spread out into the card and stick to the surface. The second time I used it, the surface became smooth in the area where I was filing. Needless to say, I went back to using the first diamond "stone."
$199.99 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 48:
The WS 3000 is a shortcut to tool sharpening that has greatly upgraded my hand tools. I blend the docking features and free hand work to achieve different results for my chisels and plane blades. I would have liked to receive the wide blade attachment and the leather honing disc with my purchase of the unit as they are essentials, but the sticker shock would prevent a lot of buyers so I understand why they are secondary purchases. You will need the wide blade attachment, this is worthless for plane blades with out that.
$69.95 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 15:
I just received my work sharp knife sharpener today. It works just the way it is advertised. I was a meat cutter for 25 years and we used a belt sharpener to sharpen out knifes. The only problem is that the hobart sharpener that we used cost about $450.00 dollars. I could not afford to spend that much to sharpen the knifes around our house. The work sharp sharpens the knife just as fast as the more expensive unit and is very easy to use. Even someone who has never sharpened a knife can put an edge on the knife just like a pro.
$639.00 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 8:
I bought the TORMEK T-7 for my Christmas present so I could sharpen my lathe tools. I had so much fun I sharpened all my chisels and finally my jointer knives. I started looking for things to sharpen. I even called my friend and told him I wanted to sharpen his carving tools. I heartily concur what everyone else said. It may be a little expensive but you won't regret buying it. My tools have never been sharper. I do recommend buying the turntable you will get tired of picking it up and turning it around.
$379.00 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 3:
If you are like me and any thing and every thing you own that has an 'edge' must be sharp to the max, you need this tool. The T-3 is an excellent sharpening tool for everything. I believe the T-7 is just the more heavy duty professional model to be used every day for commercial sharpening. This is the same basic tool but without a cast iron case and it comes with a few less jigs. Which can be bought separately. I received this from my wife as a gift and I have already sharpened everything I can with the accessory jigs it came with. I am now waiting for several additional jigs to use with all other my shop sharpening. The previous review mentioned, "The only thing it can't do is flatten the sole of a plane." But it can! The instructions mention you can use the flat side...
$99.99 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 17: This thing works well and its fun to use. I learned that for over 30 years I've put the wrong angle on my wood chisels. Thanks to this thing I corrected my whole collection and then looked for other blades to sharpen.