A blade that is not sharpened properly, cuts badly, tears or even does not cut the material at all and, above all, requires effort in use. The sharpener is a tool that makes it possible to give a blade a useful edge. It is advisable to sharpen the first time during manufacture and more regularly after several uses. Sharpening is done with a sharpener or a coticule stone.
Knife sharpening stoneVery fine-grained natural rockWith microscopic garnetThe only one natural stone able to sharpen all steel, stainless steel includedSchist bearSize : 4.92'' x 1.18''Weight : 0.66 lbs
Kit with :Knife clamp and sharpening hone guidesRed : coarse (correction)Green : medium (standard sharpening)Blue : fine (finishing)In case with honing oil
Tungsten carbide discs sharpenerErgonomic handleEffortlessly handling
Sharpener 2 crossing plates- coarse (correction)Tungsten carbide crossing plates- smooth (finishing)Ceramic crossing rodsEffortlessly handlingNon-skid feet
Sharpener dual use :- sharpening stone(correction)- ceramic honer (finishing)Lenght : 5 5/8''Pocket clip
Compact size, as credit cardGrain fineness : 600 gritSize : 3 1/4'' x 2''Weight : 0.09 lbs
2 grain fineness :1 face : 360 grit (correction)1 face : 600 grit (finishing)Effortlessly handlingABS folding handle
Professional sharpeningReversible plateGrain fineness :1 face : 400 grit (correction)1 face : 1000 grit (finishing)Rubber standSize : 8 x 2 1/2 x 1/3''
Grain fineness :1 face : 300 grit (correction)1 face : 600 grit (finishing)Size : 5 x 1 x 1/5''With black nylon sheath
Knife sharpening stoneVery fine-grained natural rockWith microscopic garnetThe only one natural stone able to sharpen all steel, stainless steel includedGrain fineness : 7000 gritSchist bearSize : 4'' x 1 1/5''Weight : 0.33 lbs