Professional Sharpening System / Precision Knife Sharpening Kit - Alumina Oxide
Includes coarse (120 grit), medium (280 grit), fine (600 grit) and ultra fine (1000 grit) hones along with a medium triangle shape hone for serrated knife sharpening.
The Ultimate in Sharpening Systems Technology Safe, Easy and Convenient to use. The Lansky Controlled-Angle Sharpening System is designed to give your blade a professional, razor sharp edge every time. All systems include:
Available Sharpening Angles:
Super C Clamp Mount
The Convertible Super C Clamp Mount has a unique two-piece design featuring aircraft grade aluminum construction that allows you to attach your Lansky Sharpening System on vertical, horizontal or curved surfaces.
The patented Lansky Mounting System is the ideal accessory that will optimize your sharpening capabilities. The mounting system allows you the convenience of sharpening numerous knives or larger size blades easily. Exclusive features and benefits include: Patented, exclusive flip-over feature, permits both sides of the blade to be sharpened without additional handling of the blade. 360 knife and clamp rotation. Mounting in vertical or horizontal positions.
The Blademedic® Knife Sharpener is the first responder for field repairs on all types of knife blades. It’s like having an entire sharpening kit right in your pocket - able to tackle regular or serrated blades, gut hooks, hunting, fishing, - just about any knife using one or all of the following elements:
Just three or four strokes will restore your blade.
Ceramic Sharpening Rods
Polish to a finished edge in three or four strokes.
Serrated Knife Sharpener
Designed to get inside even the smallest serrations.
Diamond Tapered Rod
For fast reconditioning and maintenance.
Sharpening angles are pre-set at 22.5º to achieve a 45º inclusive angle.
Diamond- 600 grit
Ceramic- 1000 grit
BladeMedicTM Knife Sharpener
The BladeMedicTM Knife Sharpener is the first responder for field repairs on all types of knife blades. It’s like having an entire sharpening kit right in your pocket.
To set an edge for an extremely dull blade, or to sharpen the blade in seconds if the need arises. Just three or four strokes using moderate pressure will restore your blade. Note: Tungsten Carbide is extremely aggressive, and should only be used for super quick sharpening as the need arises. For general edge maintenance, use the Serrated Ceramic element (3), or the Diamond Tapered Rod (4).
2. Ceramic Sharpening Rods.
Polish and finish an edge in three or four strokes. Always use the Ceramic Rods as the finishing step to using the Carbide element. The Fine Ceramic Rods can be used on their own to provide a “touch-up” sharpening to relatively sharp blades. The Fine Ceramic Rods are not very aggressive and can be used on your blade often.
3. Serrated Knife Sharpener
Designed to get inside small and large serrations. Always move the blade away from your hand. For Larger serrations, use a sweeping motion with the sharpener to cover the entire surface of the serration.
The Medium Grit Ceramic element can also be used on it’s own in a benchstone type fashion, or like a butcher’s steel (See 3a above). The Medium Ceramic element is harder than steel, will never wear out, and should be used often as the primary sharpening element of your BladeMedicTM. Eventually metal shavings will accumulate as dark streaks on the ceramic and will slow effectiveness. Clean with a Lansky EraserBlockTM.
4. Diamond Tapered Rod
For very fast reconditioning and maintenance of both straight and serrated blades. Excellent for gut hooks. The Tapered shape of the Fine Diamond Rod allows for greater versatility enabling the user to quickly sharpen small and large serrations, or to use like a butcher’s steel on straight blades. It is recommended that the Diamond Rod be used sparingly. Its recommended use is for when sharpening speed is crucial, or for hard to sharpen items such as gut hooks. (The use of lubrication/honing oil is not recommended with our diamond sharpening products.)
Be Smart, Be Safe and Stay an Edge Above the Rest!
CAUTION: Knife sharpening is an inherently dangerous activity. Used properly this sharpener cannot hurt you but a carelessly handled blade or pointed object can.