Nothing can spoil a cook’s mood like a tomato squished while they wanted it sliced. Dull knives make for poor cooking tools but are often left in the kitchen because we have no time to sharpen them or get a new knife. And while using one knife to sharpen another is a last-resort option, Wicked Edge offers you a more conventional yet much more effective way to return your blades to their former sharpness. The brand introduced an innovative patent that allows the user to maintain their knives’ sharpness without having to acquire any additional skills. Equally valuable in a restaurant’s kitchen or out in the field, a Wicked Edge sharpener is a simple yet reliable way to keep fixed knives' blades in a well-functioning condition.
Wicked Edge products don’t look like ordinary knife sharpeners, and that cutting-edge configuration is what allows them to bring expert-level sharpening regardless of the user's skills. Wicked Edge precision sharpener is a set of knife vice and stone holders that allows for fast and easy blade clamping and angle setting. That is a sharpening system with a highly controlled level of precision for those who preserve knife sharpening as an art and want to excel in it. Wicked Edge Gen 3 Pro is a step up in the sharpening technology that is packed with features absent in consumer models. Equipped with a Cam-Lock vise and Rapid Angle Adjustment mechanism, this is the fastest and easiest to use of all Wicked Edge sharpeners.
Wicked Edge Stones packs are another indispensable element of the sharpening ritual that can be used independently by those who don’t want or can't allow having a whole sharpening set-up. Every model features a level of Grit that will tell you how harsh that particular stone is. They are most effective when used together, one after another, to hone the edges and eliminate roughness.
Here, on Gritr Sports, you can find many sharpening sets and stones produced by the knife market innovator. Choose from Wicked Edge WE130, 120, 100, and Gen 3 Pro sharpeners and get rid of that dull knife issue.