Lansky Deluxe 5-Stone Sharpening System

Deluxe version of our Std System adds an Extra Coarse and an Ultra Fine honeSharpen all of your knives with ease with the Lansky Deluxe 5-Hone Sharpening System. Lansky has provided the latest and greatest in cutting edge knife sharpening technology since 1979. The Deluxe 5-Hone Sharpening System is essential to have around the house

Buy Now! $30.36Amazon.com Price
(as of 12:54 pm UTC - Details)

Deluxe version of our Std System adds an Extra Coarse and an Ultra Fine honeSharpen all of your knives with ease with the Lansky Deluxe 5-Hone Sharpening System. Lansky has provided the latest and greatest in cutting edge knife sharpening technology since 1979. The Deluxe 5-Hone Sharpening System is essential to have around the house for sharpening all kinds of blades. The set comes with five sharpening hones of different coarseness and is suitable for any type of kitchen, hobby, hunting, or garden knives. The system comes complete with a knife clamp, honing oil, guide rods, knife clamp screws, a carrying case, and helpful instructions.

Product Features

  • Deluxe 5-stone knife sharpening system for kitchen, outdoor, hobby, or garden knives
  • Includes extra-coarse, coarse, medium, fine alumina oxide, and extra-fine ceramic hones
  • Controlled-angle sharpening system with 17-, 20-, 25-, and 30-degree angle options
  • Color-coded stones with finger-grooved safety holders; specially formulated honing oil
  • Includes precision-engineered knife clamp and custom-molded storage/carrying case

Comments

Joshua G. Feldman "Technophile" says:

Complete set – Lansky is the easiest way to use stones to sharpen your knives. I’ve owned the Lansky system for almost 20 years and have been very happy with it. It enables me to get fantastically sharp knives every time with a bit of elbow grease but without having much actual skill. Lansky’s system is a brilliant arrangement of a knife clamp with sets of holes that ensure consistent grinding angle for the stones that have long steel guides. This solves the problem of how to hold the stone to the knife at a consistent angle. Using stones to sharpen your knives gives you total control and allows you to achieve the finest edge (much finer than using a chef’s choice, motorized bench grinder (which can overheat the blade ruining the temper), or any of those ceramic wheel/rod dohickeys). The available angle choices are 17 degrees (for Asian knives), 20 and 25 (for Western knives) and 30 degrees (for hatchets). Lansky offers various different stones (from natural Arkansas stones, to diamond abrasive). This particular set includes their entire line of synthetic…

R. Palmer says:

Works well as long as you adjust it FIRST Thought I would write a review to point out a few issues that you need to address BEFORE you begin using this system to actually sharpen a knife. This type of system is capable of producing a consistent angle, but it must be adjusted FIRST. There are two thing you have to do. The first is to insert the rods from the bottom into the hole with the thumb screw, the bottom being the side with the stone, then you need to use a very level surface and bend and adjust the rod until it lays level with the stone surface. The angle of the stone should extend all the way up the length of the rod. This is critical as the rods are all over the place out of the box. The next thing you need to do is check the angle of the clamp itself. The angle of the part with the angle holes needs to be at exactly 90 degrees to the part where you clamp the knife. This needs to be checked on both sides. I did this using a playing card. This wasn’t as far off as the rods, but still wasn’t correct. You also need to…

Write a comment