|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||13.2 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||D5SF|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Grit Description||super fine|
|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 D5SF Super Fine Oval Sharpening Steel, 5-Inch
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- Super fine diamond grit; 1200 grit; to polish and hone an edge
- 5-Inch oval shaft for your camp, boat or pack
- 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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EZE-LAP 5in Super Fine Oval Sharpener w/ Plastic Handle D5SF
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EZE-LAP Diamond Products has been the pioneer and originator of diamond sharpening tools, starting in the early seventies. Our patented bonding process and modern technology allows us to produce the finest quality sharpening products at an affordable price. This process has often been imitated but never duplicated. EZE-LAP's unique blend of industrial diamonds combined with our patented bonding process gives you the hardest, most durable, longest lasting surface available. Because of this you are able to easily sharpen carbide, tool steel, titanium, ceramics and most any super hard material including the newer materials being used by most knife manufacturers. EZE-LAP manufactures the widest variety of diamond sharpening tools available. This allows you to pick and choose the sharpener that will best serve your needs. No other manufacturer offers the choices we do. We have items for use in the kitchen, shop or field, servicing the outdoor, DIY, machine tool, wood working/wood carving, culinary/food service and other markets. All of our items are proudly Made in the USA.
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Wow, these are just as good as the Wusthof Rods. I tried it on my my sacrificial Kershaw Blur that I intentionally dulled cutting cardboard. I started first with the EZE-LAP Fine Rod. The Fine Rod is almost the same as the Wusthof Course Diamond rod.
I gave it about 8 passes per side on the Fine rod. Then I proceeded to do 10 passes on the Super Fine rod. Just with that, I was able to slice paper again with that knife. Looking at the edge using a 5x Magnifying glass, I can see that the edge is very sharp and straight. I wiped the rods with a wet rag to see how much steel it removed and it was not much. It is very sharp indeed. If you turn the Oval rod on its side, you can sharpen the Serrated edge of the knife as well. I love it! The 5 stars it received from the other reviewers is more than justified. Nutnfancy is right again.
Unless you are an expert with Japanese Waterstones or Whetstones, I would suggest that you use this method of sharpening. It is not as quick as an Accusharp, but it is much sharper and you just need to invest a couple of minutes.
I will still use the Wusthof Rods for my Wusthof knives, but for everything else, use these.
Edgeways this could be used on serrations though I have not tried that (keep in mind it is a 1/16" flat edge on either side of the oval faces with 1200 diamond grit- its going to chew through steel quickly so be careful with this suggestion and turn your wrist to hollow in the serration or you'll just get a fine groove).
Pro's- Eats through the hardest steel to quickly sharpen dull (but not obtuse) knives.
Con's- Will not get a really fine edge to the knife. I purchased the Messermeister 12" ceramic rod in conjunction with this one so it is really not used very often with the knives I keep sharp. Nowadays I bring this eze-lap with me when visiting friends to sharpen up their dull knives!!
Make sure you wipe off the residue periodically if you use the sharpener dry for the longest life.
You can do almost everything with a 600 grit and a 1200 grit, but I also like to polish the edge with a smooth ceramic stick afterward. Wicked sharp.