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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.5 x 5 x 1.13 inches|
|Item Weight||7.84 Ounces|
|Grit Type||Coarse, medium|
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- Easy to use
- Can be used in field
- Can be used in shop
- works with all tupes of blades and axes
- easy to use
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The Puck Axe & Tool Sharpener
This pocket-size Lansky Dual Grit, Multi-Purpose Sharpener is ideal for sharpening lawnmower blades, machetes, hatchets, axe blades, shovels and spades plus a variety of other cutting and chopping tools.
The Puck’s easy-to-grip contoured shape, provides for safe, simple tool sharpening. Dual-Grit design provides a coarse side for quick cutting and shaping, and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing of your edge.
Coarse Grit: 120.
Medium Grit: 280.
Using the Puck
Step 1 - Firmly grip the tool to be sharpened or lock in vise to prevent slipping. If desired, apply a few drops of Lansky’s Nathan’s Natural Honing Oil to the grit on the side of The Puck which will be used to sharpen.
Step 2 - Grasp The Puck firmly with thumb and fingers, supporting it by the palm of the strong hand. Move The Puck in a circular motion, overlapping the circles as you move along the entire cutting edge to be sharpened. For the best results maintain a consistent angle while sharpening.
Step 3 - Work one whole side of the tool’s edge before repeating the sharpening procedure on the other edge.
1. For badly worn, nicked or very dull edges, use the coarse grit side of The Puck first. To apply a finer edge, repeat the process with the medium grit side of The Puck.
2. If tools to be sharpened merely need a touch-up or dressed edge, skip the step with the coarse grit and use only the medium grit side.
This pocket-size Lansky Dual Grit, Multi-Purpose Sharpener is ideal for sharpening lawnmower blades, machetes, hatchets, axe blades, shovels and spades plus a variety of other cutting and chopping tools. The Puck’s easy-to-grip contoured shape, provides for safe, simple tool sharpening. Dual-Grit design provides a coarse side for quick cutting and shaping, and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing of your edge.
This pocket-size Lansky Dual-Grit, multi-purpose sharpener -- also known as "The Puck" -- is ideal for sharpening lawn mower blades, machetes, hatchets, axe blades, shovels and spades, and a variety of other cutting and chopping tools. Its easy-to-grip, contoured shape provides for safe, simple tool sharpening, and the Dual-Grit design provides a coarse side for quick cutting and shaping, and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing of your edge.
This Lansky product includes a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9.5 x 5 x 1.13 inches; 7.76 Ounces
- Item model number : LPUCK
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : September 14, 2004
- Manufacturer : Lansky Sharpeners
- ASIN : B000B8FW0Y
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#1,683 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
- #4 in Sharpening Stones
- Customer Reviews:
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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I bought this puck to try to hold us over til knife sharpening day, as I have to cut sometimes, and I HATE using dull knives. I decided to test it on what was effectively a butter knife by this point.
Result: impressive. Just a couple minutes and that thing went through paper like there was nothing there. It went through meat like butter. It was glorious.
BUY THIS PUCK. You will not regret it.
The coarse side makes quick work, followed by a a few passes with the fine side brings the edge right back. However, I’ve found the coarse side not quite coarse enough to remove chips in the axe edge. Still need a file or sanding disk, or very coarse stone to remove those. I use spit to wet the stone on the trail, and it seems to work just fine to move away fine grindings to keep the stone clean. Oil, water, spit... use what works for you. I use oil at home, but this one is for trail use.
Love this little sharpening puck. Simple, cheap, effective.
If you want to shave, you need more, but we're not talking razors here. These are wood chopping/splitting and ground engaging tools. Anything sharper than this is not required for tools you WILL nick. Maybe if you are using your axe in places you won't nick it, it is worth making it sharper.
A bastard file will still pull out nicks much faster than the coarse side of this stone. BTW - I love my Bahco files. They make Nicholson seem dull. However, if you don't have nicks, this is the solution.
I honestly wish it was that much finer, but that's user negligence not picking a proper honing stone as well. Don't expect this to be creating razor sharp edges. It's a basic dual grit repair stone, and it's a great deal for what it is.
Top reviews from other countries
This is 25% of the price of the "Gransfor-Bruks" unit ..which comes in a hand friendly slicone grippy pocket.
Either use a little water with this as the fluid agent or buy some Tesco non perfumed baby oil as your fluid agent, ..it is thin yet works a treat, but do check the ingredients in case they've changed, (it is mineral oil you want) ...some manufacturers have started using / used palm oil which may clog your stone.
I've just bought a Hultafors-Bruks axe & thought I could use a new pocketable stone ..Lansky are very well known as a brand for outdoors people & horticulturalists, ...basically a good puck from a good manufacturer.
if you are new to sharpening / honing watch a few you-tube videos & reap the benefits
The only reason I have not given this puck five stars is because I would have liked it to come with a plastic case to protect it from getting chipped. If it stayed on a tool shelf, this would not be an issue. However, I intend to carry it with me on my bush crafting missions.
This aside, the puck works extremely well, is a fraction of the cost of a Gransfors Bruks puck and I am extremely happy with my purchase.
It has been in the toolbox of gardeners and anyone who needs to keep a keen edge on tools and will last a long time. Probably outlast me.
I use it with Lansky honing oil and it keeps a good edge on the axe starting with the rougher darker side and finishing with the lighter finer side.
To get a really keen edge takes patience. I bought a cheap axe for general work that came blunt. It took a little while to achieve a good edge, but there was something therapeutic about the whole process.
Once you have an edge just a few strokes each time a tool is used will keep it up to the mark.