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Lansky Deluxe 5-Stone Sharpening System

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  • Deluxe 5-stone knife sharpening system for kitchen, outdoor, hobby, or garden knives
  • Includes extra-coarse, coarse, medium, fine alumina oxide, and extra-fine ceramic hones
  • Controlled-angle sharpening system with 17-, 20-, 25-, and 30-degree angle options
  • Color-coded stones with finger-grooved safety holders; specially formulated honing oil
  • Includes precision-engineered knife clamp and custom-molded storage/carrying case
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Product Description

Product Description

Deluxe version of our Std System adds an Extra Coarse and an Ultra Fine hone

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Sharpen all of your knives with ease with the Lansky Deluxe 5-Hone Sharpening System. Lansky has provided the latest and greatest in cutting edge knife sharpening technology since 1979. The Deluxe 5-Hone Sharpening System is essential to have around the house for sharpening all kinds of blades. The set comes with five sharpening hones of different coarseness and is suitable for any type of kitchen, hobby, hunting, or garden knives. The system comes complete with a knife clamp, honing oil, guide rods, knife clamp screws, a carrying case, and helpful instructions.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 1.5 x 10.2 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000B8IEA4
  • Item model number: LKCLX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (689 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #651 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The sharpening stones work great, and the clamp and rod system is pretty simple to use.
Uncephalized
I'm going to let them try this set out as well the next time we all get together, I think they will like these even more than the V block.
Marc in Texas
I have always been able to get a sharp edge but, I have never been able to get the edge sharp enough to shave the hair on my arm.
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236 of 244 people found the following review helpful By Joshua G. Feldman on May 26, 2008
I've owned the Lansky system for almost 20 years and have been very happy with it. It enables me to get fantastically sharp knives every time with a bit of elbow grease but without having much actual skill. Lansky's system is a brilliant arrangement of a knife clamp with sets of holes that ensure consistent grinding angle for the stones that have long steel guides. This solves the problem of how to hold the stone to the knife at a consistent angle. Using stones to sharpen your knives gives you total control and allows you to achieve the finest edge (much finer than using a chef's choice, motorized bench grinder (which can overheat the blade ruining the temper), or any of those ceramic wheel/rod dohickeys). The available angle choices are 17 degrees (for Asian knives), 20 and 25 (for Western knives) and 30 degrees (for hatchets). Lansky offers various different stones (from natural Arkansas stones, to diamond abrasive). This particular set includes their entire line of synthetic stones - extra coarse, coarse, medium, fine, and extra fine. The stones are of good quality. You'll only use the extra coarse the first time you sharpen a given knife it cuts very quickly). The fine is fine enough to get your blades shaving sharp, but the extra fine really puts the last bit of super sharpness. They also give you a bottle of sharpening oil to help carry away the metal shavings to keep the stones cutting. I don't like using oil so I keep a wet paper towel handy when sharpening and wipe the metal off the stones and blade periodically while sharpening that that works fine for me.

To use the Lansky the process is simple - clamp the blade into the clamp - then scrub the blade against the stone with a consistent angle until you feel a burr (a thin raised seam) along the edge.
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127 of 132 people found the following review helpful By R. Palmer on May 19, 2009
Thought I would write a review to point out a few issues that you need to address BEFORE you begin using this system to actually sharpen a knife. This type of system is capable of producing a consistent angle, but it must be adjusted FIRST. There are two thing you have to do. The first is to insert the rods from the bottom into the hole with the thumb screw, the bottom being the side with the stone, then you need to use a very level surface and bend and adjust the rod until it lays level with the stone surface. The angle of the stone should extend all the way up the length of the rod. This is critical as the rods are all over the place out of the box. The next thing you need to do is check the angle of the clamp itself. The angle of the part with the angle holes needs to be at exactly 90 degrees to the part where you clamp the knife. This needs to be checked on both sides. I did this using a playing card. This wasn't as far off as the rods, but still wasn't correct. You also need to re-check the rods ever so ofter and make sure you don't apply any real downward pressure when using them or the rod will bow slightly and cause the angle to change.
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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful By J. G. Halenza III on November 19, 2007
First off, Im not a professional chef. I was lucky enough to work under a great chef when I was in college and learned to value a sharp edged knife. I have purchased a lot of knives over the years. I have good german knives (F Dick) and good japanese knives (Misono, Hattori and Shun) I have never been able to put a good edge on a knife consistently. Ive gotten to the point that I rotate and send out my knives to be professionally sharpened...and wrecked.

Ah...The Lansky System. it is a system...it works, its fairly easy and it consistently puts a great edge on my knives. I practiced on some NSF junk I keep to put out for the inlaws when they house sit and they edge it put on the pitted and chunked edge was great. if you buy it get the universal mount because it can be awkward w/o it.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Niodox on October 4, 2011
I purchased this item at my local hardware store for about 8 bucks more than listed here. Having heard some good things, I was excited to test the sharpening system out. I figured that in any case, I'd get some decent knife edges. Having used the classic rough/fine stones for most of my life I was sure that even I could make a knife sharp.

I was wrong.

The knives are sharper than sharp.

After practicing the last week or so with cheap knives and an old SAK, I took the Lansky deluxe sharpening system to my EDC SOG Seal Pup Elite plain edge. I went from rough to extra fine, trying to take out some nicks and burrs left over from the usual wear and tear. Imagine my surprise when I went to feel the edge for burrs (after the extra fine pass) and ended up with a 1/4 inch cross section of my finger. As I write this review, I can see down several layers of skin, and the cut was so clean that it didn't even bleed, just left me with a short flap of epidermal.
Immediately following this, I cleaned the knife with a piece of cotton t-shirt material and Rem Oil. After a couple of wipes, I got cut! But wait there's more! Lifting the cloth, I discovered that the knife had not only sliced through the cloth once, but three times. I had cuts so fine on my hand I hadn't even noticed them.

Long story short, this is a great sharpening system and will get knives scary sharp. And that's coming from a man with bandages on his fingers. Bandages you can trust.
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