Original web offer details & such: sharpener & 2 knife sets - $10 + $6.99 S&H. BOGO: $6.99 processing fee. Sales tax: CA & NJ.
Anthony Sullivan could sell us two cans tied together as string and call it a secure com system and we'd take a good look at it. Now when you put him in the kitchen, he could sell us the wrapper off a cheese slice and we'd think we'd be getting a deal. But, put a product together with a Lady Gaga song and we've got to wonder why that's needed? The branding's too different. Or, was it coincidence?
Well, let's go diving...
The Edge of Glory Knife Sharpener isn't just a knife sharpener, it's a system. Well, at least, they come with a set of knives - and not a big set of knives mind you. But, yet, they all go together. The Edge of Glory is made with ceramic teeth and is able to sharpen several types of knives. Lady Gaga hasn't approved of them yet, but Sully has. Is that good enough?
According to official product website getedgeofglory.com, Edge of Glory Knife Sharpener (official Amazon affiliate link) claims the following features and benefits:
- dual-hardened ceramic teeth
- slices perfectly each time
- locks virtually to any surface
- useful with a variety of knives
- "100%" satisfaction guarantee
Order Process: We got this product early so the fact we haven't seen any issues yet is not surprising. But be on alert, it's a standard BOGO w/ a processing fee for the second set. Overall, not a bad deal. YOu'll end up paying $33.98 pending tax, upsells cost more if you choose them.
Product Performance: We haven't seen much yet, but it's in the testing phase (we believe). A product that has the *unforeseen* coincidence of being named the same as a Lada Gaga song is going to have name recognition, but it's also going to get lost in the shuffle when it comes to online traffic. We've gone sifting and searching through all the Lady Gaga fans blogs to get down to the knife sharpener reviews but there still isn't much out there.
It's a TELEBrands product so I wouldn't be completely surprised of they liked the benefit of the *coincidental* naming. They have been known to piggy back off of monumental historical events like when they sold the Henry & Kate replica engagement heirloom ring , but who's to say.
KFVS CBS 12 from somewhere around St. Louis, MO put the Edge of Glory to their Does It Work Wednesday ? .
Sadly, they graded it with a "D." Luckily, that is still passing in the public school system. Apparently the tester didn't have biceps like Anthony Sullivan to make the sharpener look as easy as he does on TV.
He got the knives to sharpen and said the sharpener was worth the money.
So, if it doesn't work, go to the gym. Or...try one of the infomercial fitness products we've reviewed.
Customer Service:Telebrands Customer Care c/o Edge Of Glory 79 Two Bridges Road Fairfield, NJ 07004
phone: 1.800.777.4034 hours: M-F, 9:00AM-5:00PM, EST 24/7 online: GetOrderStatus.com.
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