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Rapala Ceramic Sharpener Two Stage

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Color Gray One Color Orange Black
Dimensions 5.06 inches x 0.75 inches x 3.19 inches 7 inches x 1 inches x 3.9 inches 1 inches x 3 inches x 2.5 inches 5.93 inches x 4.34 inches x 2.09 inches
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There's nothing more dangerous than an unsharp knife. Keep all your knives in "razor-sharp" condition with this fillet knife sharpener. Perfect for on the boat, in the camp or around the house. Keep one in your tacklebox too.

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There's nothing more dangerous than an unsharp knife. Keep all your knives in "razor-sharp" condition with this fillet knife sharpener. Perfect for on the boat, in the camp or around the house. Keep one in your tacklebox too.

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  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 3.2 x 5.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000EYY9K4
  • Item model number: SH2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,050 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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These little 'sharpeners' are commonly blasted because the buyer is expecting too much. The device is meant as an emergency tool in the wild in case you lightly nick you blade or want to -keep- your blade fairly sharp (for common 24 degree angle ground blades, such as a hunters knife). You attach this to a keychain or some hang point on your gear when going out into the wild. It is meant to 'replace' a proper set of files and sharpening stones when you can simply not afford the extra weight or volume on your trek.

The carbide side (grey) is meant to take -very tiny- nicks or -very tiny- edge curls out, not cut a new edge on your blade.
The ceramic side (white) is meant to -keep- a fairly sharp edge on your blade, not re-sharpen your blade after you've dulled it from abuse.

Expect to treat your knife/knives properly/cautiously in the boondocks. You opted to take an emergency fix with you, rather than a real set of files and stones... and that is OK, but just know what this is used for and what it can do, not what you may dream it can do.
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I have used these sharpeners for at least 6 years or more. They are so simple to use, inexpensive and deliver what they promise. I sharpen all my knives with them and keep one in our camper and fishing gear. The company sent them out within a day of my order. Would rate them tops!!
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Length: 2:10 Mins
I understand that some people prefer to sharpen their knives and other cutting tools with a sharpening stone, and that's great. But my problem is that I can seldom get a very sharp edge with a stone. I'm just not good at it. In addition, a stone is something that's hard to carry with you.

I've found that while it may be considered cheating by some purists, when compared to the method of using a traditional sharpening stone, this lightweight sharpener puts a great edge on my knives every single time. Plus, it's light and can be easily carried in my pocket. So for me, what's not to like about it?

SIMPLE 2-STEP DIRECTIONS
➙ start with the carbide side of the sharpener; hold it upright and pull your blade back through 3-6 times, depending on how dull and scuffed up your blade is
➙ then flip the sharpener over and finish it up with the ceramic side of the tool

That's all there is to it. Be very careful not to place your finger under the blade as it goes through, as it will slip down at the end of each pass. Note that fat axe blades may not fit through here, and it can be hard to sharpen some tools like clippers with one of these. However, most blades can go right through the gap. I've used it on tactical knives, hunting knives, and kitchen knives.

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This product was NOT given to me as part of any promotion. I bought it after doing some comparison shopping and this review is entirely the result of my own opinions and use of the product.
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I've received a set of those cheap kitchen knives that seem very soft and come with a sharpening stick. I only ever had marginal luck in mastering the technique for the stick so I thought this might work better. When I used this sharpener it did seem to help get the knife it was tested on back to where it could cut better. I had also got a very similar sharpener of a different brand and used it on others of the same set of knives. Those knives cut much better than the ones I used this one on. I've since put this sharpener in a drawer and leave the other one out to keep this knife set usable in the kitchen.
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I've used a whetstone, a honing steel or a fancy two rod stand to sharpen my knives to a razor's edge this is easier and faster and just about as good. Works well for sharpening knives (Double beveled edges only! will not work on single beveled knives or on scissors.) Because it has a ceramic side you can get very sharp cutting edge.
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Our professional guide out of Anderson's Lodge, Sioux Lookout, Ontario, CA, gave me one of these and they are fantastic. He uses it every day to touch up his fillet knife before cleaning fish for shore lunches. I have sharpened every pocket knife I have with it and they work.
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Most of the sharpeners that look like this one have a carbide cutter for the course side and a ceramic for the fine. This one has two ceramic stones and no carbide cutters. For a really dull knife it is nicer to have the carbide. But these are a lot cheaper and work just fine. I use these on my fillet knife for every two or three trout I clean and it works well. As a caution, I had one of these where one of the rods broke. I started to "sharpen" a knife before I realized that I was just trying to "cut" the now broken end of the ceramic rod. It ruined the edge of the knife and caused me a lot of extra work. For a sharpener with carbide elements see Smith's CCKS 2-Step Knife Sharpener for just a little more cash.
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These are small, super low in price, and conveniently disposable in the field. When used for actual sharpening of dull knives, these wear out very quickly at the bottom of the "V" groove, then they just end up dulling the blade very badly instead. They will last much longer if used just for deburring an already sharpened knife and refining the edge a bit. I still have my old worn out ones that I use for deburring after I sharpen my knives with a diamond sharpener - I just hold the blade at the proper angle and use the sides of the rods (not the bottom of the worn out V groove).
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