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Lansky Professional Sharpening System with Coarse, Medium, Ultra Fine, and Serrated Medium Hones

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  • Features a patented, precision engineered, multi-angle, flip-over knife clamp.
  • Sharpening hones on color-coded, finger-grooved safety holders
  • One guide rod for each honing stone
  • Custom molded storage/carrying case for all system components
  • Specially formulated honing oil
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Product Description

Safe, easy and convenient to use. The Lansky controlled angle sharpening system is designed to give your blade a professional, razor edge every time

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 9.8 x 1.5 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001KN3OKO
  • Item model number: 1000020409
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,579 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is very well made and easy to use.
Boiler98
Don't get me wrong, it works, but you need to spend some time getting the technique right.
Jim Rinaudo
Able to clean up a worker edge back to razor sharp quickly.
The Wizard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Paul Summers on December 24, 2006
I purchased a basic Lansky 3 hone kit to sharpen my pocket knives (Bucks, Leathermans, and Victorinoxes). After reading several good articles on the subject, and many hours of practise, I can now consistently put an edge on my knives that is as good or better than when they were new. The sharpener won't work on tiny knives with blades less than about 3/8" wide (6mm or so) due to the way it clamps the blade and the geomentry of the guide. Large knives with blades longer than about 6" (150mm) must be sharpened in sections, which is inconvenient and time-consuming (I haven't purchased an Apex Edge Pro yet, but I have a hunch one is in my future for the kitchen knives). Never use an electric sharpener on fine cutlery. It will heat the blade and ruin its hardness. Many manufacturers will not honor their warranties on blades that have been abused with electric sharpeners (e. g. Buck).
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By tangent VINE VOICE on April 12, 2008
I used this to sharpen kitchen knives and straight razor primarily, I find that it can do knives up to 8" with no problem but anything over that will have to use multiple sections which is a chore.

The other gripe I have is that the 'ultra-fine' stone included is only 1000 grain, which is usually considered medium-fine or fine. Thus you can get a very sharp edge but will never be able to accomplish that razor sharp, mirror like finish of a factory sharpened knife. Lansky does sell an additional stone, the 'super sapphire' which is 2100 grain, and for another $10 I would highly recommend purchasing it if you plan to use this kit, as it gives much better finish than the ultra fine stone. Still, I wish they made a higher grade like 6000-8000 to really polish the edge.

On the upside, this system does a good and consistent job of sharpening with adjustable angles, and once you have used it a few times you can do it fairly quickly. Also it provides a large variety of stones for a low price, which is a big plus in my book.
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My latest passion has been for Balisong knives. Many of the knives have high quality steel (D2, 440C, 154CM, VG10, and S30V). I like my knives razor sharp. This is an excellent system for sharpening your utility knives and kitchen knives.

WHAT IS IN THE BOX

Knife clamp
Color coded honing stones
Guide rods
Honing oil
Case
Guide

There are 4 different sharpening angles, as stated in the guide:
17 degrees: Razor blades, scalpels, or similar tool
20 degrees: High quality blades, kitchen cutlery, and fillet knives
25 degrees: Outdoor and hunting knives requiring a durable sharp edge
30 degrees: Heavy duty knife for cutting cardboard, wires or carpets

USE

The knife clamp allows the user to mount the blade easily. Attach the guide rod to the honing stone and set the sharpening angle. Put oil on the stone. Use the stone to sharpen the knife. This is a straightforward system for sharpening knives. Minor dings from cutting are removed easily. Even slight blunting of the tip of the blades are corrected.

This is a very good entry level system to get a professionally honed edge.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Retired Navy Guy on July 12, 2011
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I bought the Lansky Professional and added the Sapphire stone, fine Serrated, plus hard & soft Arkansas oil stones. I also purchased the Super-C clamp after reading the reviews.

So far I have used it to sharpen every "good" knife in the kitchen from 3" paring knife to 12" carving knife, several in between and both large and medium chef's knives. Additionally I have sharpened everyone of my pocket / belt knives from little mini-pocket knives thru 4" belt knife and multi-tool knife blades too. (Haven't tried the serrated stones yet.)

The unit did an EXCELLENT job on every single blade, but it did take awhile, probably 2+ hr to get all 7 kitchen knives done. All have good sharp, clean edges now (they were in bad need of sharpening). I found the sapphire stone maybe a bit of "gilding the lily" but it does put a very clean polished edge as final dressing. I used the hard & soft Arkansas oil stones (and YES like all Arkansas oil stone you NEED / HAVE to use OIL!) on pocket knife and multi-tool blades to give them a bit finer edge.

I have been sharpening tools from axes to mower blades thru scythes for 50 years when I was a farm boy. I can use a regular stone decently, but it is always tricky and takes paying close attention to keep right angle of blade on stone. With Lansky system this problem is eliminated and is excellent for anyone who has limited experience or difficulty in maintaining correct angle of incidence when sharpening knives.

NO, it is NOT a system for a professional nor would I try to do a lawn mower blade on it!!! Even the 12" carving & large chef's knife, were probably slower than I could have done without the Lansky system. I would not use it on my wood chisels or plane blades either.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brad on July 21, 2011
The Lansky sharpener is ok. The biggest problem I have with it is the way the guide rods connect to the stone. The stones have a hole drilled through the the top, were the rod slides in. The problem I have is that on my stones the holes are not drilled at a consistent angle, meaning I can't maintain the same angle from one stone to another. This problem pretty much means I cant really produce the edge I want, it will put a decent edge on my knife, but not razor sharp. It is a ok system but with mine there were some quality control issues. I think there are probably better choices out there, for equal or a little more money.
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