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Chefknivestogo Sink Bridge
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Chefknivestogo Sink Bridge

Item #: CKTG-Sink-Bridge

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(3.5 out of 5 based on 3 reviews)

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The Chefknivestogo sink bridge allows you to sharpen your knives over the sink for quick and easy use without splashing water all over your counter. The bridge is adjustable to accommodate various sized sinks. It also has feet on the bottom that allow you to sharpen on a workbench or counter. The bridge is constructed of durable bamboo.

This sink bridge will accommodate stones up to 260mm or 10.25" in length. It extends to fit sinks up to 24". Measures 16.25" x 3" x 2" tall in the smallest position.



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  Makes Sharpening Less Messy, June 3, 2022
Posted By: Jim Scott

I use this to keep water off my counter and in my sink. Works well and it's nice and sturdy.

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  Solid and inexpensive, February 3, 2022
Posted By: Spencer Bralley
1 people found this review helpful

Solid construction. I've been using mine regularly for about 6 months with no major issues.

Pros: Relatively inexpensive, very stable, rubber feet so you can use it as a tabletop stone holder

Cons: The bridge is held together by simple phillips head bolts with wingnuts on the bottom so you can loosen or tighten with your fingers. I wish the top part of the bolts had some kind of system to lock it in place (a wide square head instead of a small round one, perhaps?) because the screw will typically rotate as you tighten the wingnut on the bottom. I somewhat remedy this by pressing down on the top of the bolt with my finger, as I don't want to have to go get a screwdriver every time I adjust it.

All in all, I'm very happy with it. The rotating bolts are a minor gripe, and I'm very pleased with its overall performance for the price.


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  CTG Sink Bridge Review, January 25, 2022
Posted By: Adam K
3 people found this review helpful

I got the sink bridge and immediately put it to use on the Shapton Glass stones I had also purchased at the time. I've been free hand sharpening for a couple of years now, and was excited to finally use a sink bridge instead of the stone holder in a baking try setup.

After about 20minutes of use, the sink bridge broke. The sliding porting that holds the stone (not the sliding portion that controls the length of the bridge) has a small square of wood that sits in the groove that runs up and down the length of the sink bridge. That little square is basically just glued on. It came off and the screw pulled through the rectangular section that holds the stone. I tightened everything down snugly, not overtightening it, but when it got wet, it appeared to get soft and came apart.

I'm not rating this a 1 star, as I was able to use a couple of different sized nuts and washers to basically serve the same function as the piece that came off, except better lol. With my new jury-rigged setup, it's working great. If the wooden section holding the stone was a little stouter, I'd give this 5 stars, but since it lasted only about 20minutes before forcing me to get creative in fixing it so I could use it, 2 stars.


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