Swifty Sharp is a cordless electric knife sharpener that claims to use a high-speed sapphire sharpening stone to provide professional results for less money.
Tom Buck, who says he is a survival expert, touts the Rocky Mountain Knife as the only tool you will need when out in the wilderness. They claim it has a super-sharp blade with serrated spine, a...
Aero Knife, a product of TeleBrands, is a 10 inch kitchen knife (six inch blade) made of stainless steel that has spaces in the blade to prevent food from sticking to it while slicing. It is sold...
The Micro Knife 180 claims to be an innovative credit card-shaped knife that converts into a full size pocket knife when it’s needed, and into a 2mm thick (about the thickness of a nickel)...
Made with super strong titanium, Gotham Steel Knives will help you cut your food with ease—everything from tomatoes to steaks—and will remain sharp for life.
Copper Knife features a stay-sharp blade, stainless steel core, ergonomic handle, and built-in clefts that claim to make food prep easier and cooking faster.
Compared to traditional pull-through knife sharpeners, Bavarian Edge’s V-shaped tungsten carbide arms are mounted on springs to accommodate all blades and a variety of angles.
ShinJu Blade’s perfectly balanced, zirconium oxide ceramic blade will slice through whatever you need and will remain sharp for years, without corroding.
Copper Chef claims that their Cerami-Tech Ever-Sharp knives are so sharp, the edges will last a lifetime. Learn about the three knives included in the set, and how they compare to others.
Featuring surgical stainless steel and beautiful visual appeal, the Forged in Fire Knife claims it could be the last knife that you ever need to buy.
The Yoshi Blade knife features a ceramic blade infused with zirconium oxide to make it stronger than steel, stay sharp 10X longer, and cut anything with ease.
Mighty Shears Scissors’ titanium blades can cut through almost anything, and quickly converts into a multi-tool for peeling veggies, scaling fish, and more.
Featuring the newest design in nonstick knife technology, Wave Blade’s uniquely shaped blade can help you slice food without friction, pressure, or sticking.
Samurai Pro Life Knife features titanium and gold construction that will never need sharpening, and its versatility will help you tackle any type of food.
Gotham Steel Pro Cut’s Japanese steel blades promise to slice through almost any food with ease—and with built-in scallops, to also prevent messy sticking.
Made from high carbon steel, the Water Blade chef’s knife has a razor-sharp edge that the company claims can slice through five full water bottles and cut paper-thin slices of vegetables.
Using a diamond-infused ceramic coating and hardened stainless steel, the Diamond Sharp knife claims to be sharp enough to cut through pineapples, filet tomatoes, and slice soda cans.
Chris Whitehead: I have watched the show for a while and have bought several brands of knives in the past. Not finding that special feeling between other knives and my hand I purchased the product. I received it...
Steve Fahnestalk: I bought this knife online because it sounded interesting (and I slice a lot of cheese!). I'm not fond of the handle shape; it's not intuitive for grasping (I'm right-handed, by the...
Sherry McMahon: I thought wow, the Copper Knife for $4.95 at Walmart. I used it to slice an onion, no deal, wasn't sharp enough to even get started. It could have cut me instead. I usually don't complain,...
Anonymous: I would not recommend this product. $20 is pretty cheap for something that supposed to do so much. Anyways my experience is it takes chunks out the blade of your knife. If you got an expensive Knife...
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