TrueSharp Power Sharpener Kit

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  • TrueSharp Power Sharpener Kit
  • TrueSharp Power Sharpener Kit
  • TrueSharp Power Sharpener Kit


Save Money By Extending the Life of Your Rotary Blades

Stop wasting money on new blades! Extend the life of the blades you already have with The TrueSharp Power Sharpener! The most common questions asked about any sharpener are "Does it really work?" and "Will it work with my brand of blade?" The answer to both of these questions is absolutely! Thanks to its high quality sharpening stones and powerful motor, the Truesharp hones the edges of your blade quickly. Another great feature of the Truesharp is that it will sharpen 28mm, 45mm, and 60mm blades of almost any brand! Even Fiskars and Olfa!

High Quality
Sharpening Stones

The TrueSharp uses the same method used by professionals to sharpen blades for centuries: Sharpening Stones! It even includes an extra set of coarse stones for nicks and flat spots!

Sharpens 28mm, 45mm, and 60mm Blades!
With the push of a button, the TrueSharp sharpens both sides of your blade at once!


  • Sharpens any brand 28mm, 45mm, or 60mm rotary blade!
  • High quality sharpening stones
  • Non-skid bottom surface
  • No batteries required, plugs into wall outlet

Everything you could need for the best blade sharpening experience is included with the TrueSharp sharpening kit.

  • TrueSharp Sharpener
  • Power cord
  • Fine and coarse-grit stones
  • 5ml. Bottle of blade sharpening oil
  • Blade handler
  • Cleaning cloth
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    TrueSharp Power Sharpener Kit

    Posted by Holly on 20th Dec 2016

    I was very disappointed with this sharpener. My blades would not even cut after sharpening. The plastic cover and inside components are very flimsy and seem to me that they will be easy to break. Once opened (which is difficult and cumbersome) the unit never closes precisely again. Instructions were very poor, and sharpening stones not identified as fine or course. It takes constant oiling.

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