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Lansky 4-rod Turn Box Crock Stick Sharpener (LCD5D)

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  • Two-stage Crock Stick sharpener with two sets of medium grit and fine grit 5-inch ceramic rods
  • Hardwood base with internal rod storage
  • Easy to store in kitchen drawer, tackle box or tool box
  • Two pre-set sharpening angles
  • One-year warranty for materials and workmanship
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Lansky 4-rod Ceramic Turn Box Sharpener

The Lansky 4-rod Ceramic Turn Box Sharpener is a very stable and compact knife sharpening system, perfect for use in the kitchen. The two-stage system includes four 5-inch alumina ceramic rods--two of medium grit and two of fine grit--to suit different types of blades. The system features a hardwood turn box wood block base that also stores the rods when they are not in use. The wood block offers two preset knife angles of 20 and 25 degrees that lend themselves well to maintaining kitchen knives and the ultra-sharp edges required of filet knives. With regular use, the turn box system is simple to use--it only takes a few swipes to maintain an edge and keep your knives in good working order. This compact system is easy to store in a drawer and is light enough to use outdoors.

Key Features:
  • Hardwood turnbox with internal rod storage in the base
  • Four 5-inch long alumina ceramic rods (2 medium grit and 2 fine grit)
  • 25 degree sharpening angle suitable for kitchen knives--provides a sharp, durable edge.
  • 20 degree sharpening for a very sharp edge--suitable for filet knives or cutting tomatoes.
  • One year warranty

Product Description

Two-stage Crock Stick sharpener with two sets of 5" ceramic rods - medium grit and fine grit; hardwood base w/internal rod storage

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 5 x 1.4 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000B8FW0E
  • Item model number: LCD5D
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,640 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I like the extra rod storage in the base.
John
Pros: Easy to use, works very well to hone blades, economical, compact, and stores easily.
Action Jackson
Was able to put an edge on it that was sharp enough to shave hairs off my arm.
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105 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Koko the Talking Ape on October 16, 2008
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The sharpener:

The sharpener contains four ceramic rods, a dark gray coarse pair and a white fine pair, which are stored conveniently in the wooden body (which is a nondescript, varnished hardwood of the type found in cheap folding furniture, for example.) In use, these rods would be inserted into two pairs of holes drilled into the wooden case. The holes serve to hold the rods at a particular angle, letting you create properly shaped, repeatable edges on your knives.

How to use it:

If you are starting with a dull blade, you start with the dark rods. You put them in the pair of holes that are spaced farther apart (as in the product photo.) Those holes are drilled at 20 degrees from vertical, which will create an edge that is very close to the proper shape, and make further sharpening go faster (I will explain that below.)

You hold the wooden body with a free hand down on a countertop or tabletop, then grip your knife in your other hand, edge down and pointing forward, and draw the knife edge against one of the rods downwards and backwards. You have to be careful to keep your other hand out of the path of the knife. You do a few strokes on one side, then switch to the other.

Since most knives have curved edges, you should ideally draw the handle up as you draw it back in a rocker motion, to keep the edge at a constant angle to the rods. With an 8" chef's knife, it wouldn't matter much, but with smaller knives with a deeper curve, it might be important, especially if you want the knife to be equally sharp from tip to heel.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By W. E. Taylor Jr. on April 7, 2008
I have been sharpening my own knives for over forty years. In all that time, my knives were consistently sharper than any others. That changed when I came across the "Lansky 4-rod Turn Box Crock Stick Sharpener."

The simplicity of this product makes it superior in every aspect. I know, for I own several other types of knife sharpeners. Before I go out fishing, hunting, or even just for a hike, I sharpen all my knives with the Lansky 4-rod sharpener. Once in the field, if I need to refresh the edge (which is extremely rare), I use a Lansky hand held diamond sharpener.

You cannot go wrong with this product.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Action Jackson on August 27, 2010
Pros: Easy to use, works very well to hone blades, economical, compact, and stores easily.

Cons: ceramic sticks wobble, not 20 and 25 degree angles.

This is pretty simple to use and it works fine. However, mine has holes that are oversized and allow the ceramic rods to wobble a bit and the sharpening angles are closer to 22 and 28 degrees. It still works fine, but this is a bit annoying. If your knife is truly dull, this will gadget will take forever to sharpen the blade. Instead, use the Accusharp sharpener to sharpen and use this to hone the blade to hair cutting sharp and keep them there.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By LRK VINE VOICE on September 30, 2011
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My husband has used these for years and years...his first set lasted 20 years before our son dropped it on the floor and the sticks broke. The day they broke he asked me to buy him a new set immediately. The original version of this (the Deluxe 4 stick one) is his favorite sharpener, and he uses it frequently to sharpen blades for all purposes including butchering where you need a good edge. The box on this version is better storage for the sticks, but the sticks and the board are only about 1/2 the length of those on the old one, and he doesn't like this as well. There is a much better chance of cutting yourself trying to hold the board down, and the shorter sticks cause it to take longer to sharpen. Also, the sticks don't fit as well...the angle is wrong...compared to the old one. The sticks do not fit into the longer board, so there is a good chance that replacement sticks would not fit into the old board either (the one we have is about 20 years old). Still a good little sharpener for trips, but we ended up ordering the larger version for most purposes.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Average.consumer on November 19, 2010
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Today I received my Lansky 4-rod sharpener and was in moments using it on all my dull and worn Edc (every day carry knife).
Right out of the packaging I didn't see any Directions But it was very simple to understand. The kit came with 2 medium (brown) rods and two fine (white) ceramic rods. I was very impressed at how fast and easy this thing worked. With only a few passes on the medium rods and about 20 passes on the fine rods my spyderco Tenacious looked as if it had its factory edge. Over all it toke about a minute and a half of work and I was slicing paper and hairs like no other.

Now Ive read a couple of reviews about the rods wobbling and I worried about this myself. I don't know if Lansky has fixed the problem or I got lucky and got a nice one but the wiggling problem was non existent, Both the holes were well drilled and the rods where a tight stable fit.

If you are looking to find a cheap sharpener that works wonders this is the thing for you. Ive spent many frustrating nights trying to get my knives as sharp as this on my whetstones. Its safe to say you defiantly wont be disappointed.
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