DMT FSKF Diafold Serrated Knife Sharpener Review
The DMT FSKF Diafold Serrated Knife Sharpener is a manual sharpener that is meant explicitly for sharpening serrated blades.
Like you might have known, you cannot use the same sharpener to grind both plain edged and serrated blades, and this is because they are two different types of knives altogether. Serrated knives have its own specially made sharpeners, and for you to make good use of your serrated knives, you need to sharpen it with these sharpeners.
I’ve already talked about the importance of keeping your knives sharp. In a nutshell, a sharp blade will always make your kitchen work much faster. It will also ensure your safety while cutting things because if you’re working with a blade that is dull, you will be required to exert more pressure before you can cut a thing.
And while doing this, there are chances that the knife might slip off and land on your finger thereby giving you an injury. I’m sure you don’t want this.
So, even if you’re using a plain edged or a serrated knife, it is indispensable that you maintain its sharpness at all cost. Some people will also claim that sharpening serrated knifes is a waste of time but, I disagree with that. Just like any other type of knife, if your serrated knife is not well sharpened, it will only be tearing your food, and the finished products will also appear unattractive.
So, what type of sharpener do you need to be sharpening your serrated knives?
Introducing: DMT FSKF Diafold Serrated Knife Sharpener
Chefs, woodworkers, and other professionals rely on the reliable quality and versatility of DMT products which is a company that is based in the USA.
The DMT FSKF Diafold Serrated Knife Sharpener is a multi-purpose tool and an excellent value for the shop, home and also for other recreational use. This device is not only meant for sharpening of serrated knives but, it’s also a mini-steel, gut hook sharpener, and conical file.
It has a foldable plastic handle which helps to protect the sharpener when not in use. This device sharpens in a fraction of the time needed by conventional stones. While sharpening your serrated knives with this tool, it does not require the application of any messy oil; you either grind dry or with water which is unlike most manual sharpeners.
We all know that it’s never easy to sharpen serrated knives, but with the DMT FSKF Diafold Serrated Knife Sharpener, it becomes as easy as anything you can think about. One of the things that made this tool a good choice is that it is durable and easy to carry about because of its small size. It also comes in a tapered cone shape which fits the serrations of different blades exceptionally well.
Some of its users even confessed that they also use it to sharpen their straight-edged blades as well as their serrated knives. However, one slightly awful thing I noticed about this Serrated Knife Sharpener is that the plastic handle is sturdy and functional, but it snaps in and out when opened or closed awkwardly. Perhaps it will smooth out when the notch edges wear a little. Quality is good, but the fine is pretty coarse.
Finally, if you’re still looking for a proper sharpener for your serrated knives then, I’m sure you will find the DMT FSKF Diafold Serrated Knife Sharpener very handy and useful. I will also advise you master the user instructions very well so that you will not make a mistake while using it. The short video below will show you how to sharpen your serrated knives with this tool