|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||L PAK5|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited replacement warranty. EZE-LAP guarantees this item to be free from defects in workmanship or materials. If this item is found defective within thirty (30) days from the date of purchase, return the item to us for evaluation, postage paid both ways.|
EZE-LAP L PAK5 Set SF/F/M/C/XC Color Coded Diamond Hones
|Price:||$32.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Set, 1 each super fine; 1200; fine; 600; medium; 400; coarse; 250; and extra coarse; 150; grit
- All hones are 3/4-Inch by 6-Inch with a diamond surface measuring 3/4-Inch by 2-Inch
- Longest lasting and most durable sharpening tools available
- Quick easy way to sharpen both cutlery and tools, the "professionals" choice
- Made in USA
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A great product from a well known company in the industry.
I also have used the coarser ones in the set to re grind an edge on my draw knife, purchased as an antique and sharpen tool edges such as on my hatchet etc.
I would use a small hard and soft Arkansas stone set for a pocket knife and water stones or larger diamond hones on chisels, planes etc.
I like having multiple grits of diamond stone available and while this is expensive for what it is this set is at least complete and the best brand name deal around!
which require a much smaller angle than scissors, etc.
Carry them with me into the garden to touching up blades as I work.
Highly recommend getting the whole set so you can select acccording
to blade condition and purpose.
The range of grits is convenient, and the size/usability is decent enough to cover different uses.
The honing part is basically a card glued onto the plastic sticks. I use mine mainly for various gun smithing tasks, and again, the word coming to mind is "OK"; not great, not the worst thing I've used, but I wouldn't expect them to last for more than a few years of even occasional use before needing replacement.
I'd pick them up again for casual use, and use them until they wear out, but if you're doing metal work on a more ongoing basis, I'd spend some more money to get a set that will last for years.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the variety of the grits. Will be able to hone every type of metal.Published 15 days ago by willie r
I sharpen knives, scissors, and gardening tools, professionally. I was a fine woodworker for over 40 years before I retired and I had sharpened all kinds of woodworking tools in my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Adams