LANSKY DELUXE Sharpening set- 5 Guide Rods


A Sharp Knife is a Useful Knife

The USA made Lansky system is perfect for outdoor sporting, kitchen or workshop knives, and Lansky offers the widest range of accessories available. In production for over 35 years, the Lansky Sharpening System has been the preferred sharpening system for DIY and cutlery enthusiasts worldwide.

Angle constancy is the most critical and the most elusive element of hand sharpening - and the Lansky Controlled-Angle System ensures that your knife edge sharpens to the exact bevel you specify. Designed to give your blade a professional, razor sharp edge every time, regardless of your sharpening ability. Excellent for beginners and advanced users alike. The original and legendary Controlled-Angle System is the ultimate in Knife Sharpening technology.

Usage of the system:

From the kitchen, to the shop, to the field - it does it all

The knife clamp included in the system holds the knife steady, and holds the angle guide static and firm, so that the user can achieve the desired angle with every stroke of the sharpener. The coarse to Ultra-Fine hones provide the proper grit for complete edge care and maintenance.

  • Extra Coarse Black Hone: (70 grit) for re-profiling the bevel grind
  • Coarse Red Hone: (120 grit) for edge reconditioning
  • Medium Green Hone: (280 grit) for sharpening and less frequent touch-ups
  • Fine Blue Hone: (600 grit) for most frequent touch-ups to keep your blade paper-slicing sharp
  • Ultra-Fine Ceramic Yellow Hone: (1000 grit) for polishing the edge for a razor sharp edge
  • Honing Oil: Specially Formulated for sharpening
  • Easy to use, multi-angle clamp: to hold the blade securely
  • Guide Rods: One for every hone

Blade Angles

The Lansky Controlled-Angle Sharpening Systems allow the user to select the sharpening angles that are best suited for their knife's intended use. The four sharpening angles and their uses are listed below:

  • 17° Angle - A severe angle recommended for razor blades, fillet knives or similar tools. An extremely sharp but delicate edge.
  • 20° Angle - A commonly used angle for higher quality blades and provides an excellent edge for kitchen cutlery and slicing knives.
  • 25° Angle - The recommended angle for most knives that need a durable, sharp edge. Ideal for hunting and outdoor knives.
  • 30° Angle - An outstanding angle for knives that cut cardboard, rope or carpets. Recommended for heavy duty use.

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Customer Reviews

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Frank Edmonds
I still have mine from 1994!

No Joke! This is Absolutely one of the best kits you can buy. I purchased this exact model kit at the PX on Fort Hood when I was stationed there. I bought two of them... One is still in its package and the other was lost after I got out of the Army and did not need it as much. While I was in, I used it often and would show off to my buddies that I could shave my arm hair with my field knife. From the Cheap clip knives to my Gerber BMF (yes I used to have one and I sharpened it with this set!) .. it worked great.

I am NO knife sharpening pro... so the angles were REALLY helpful. Now that we are planning on moving back east to my home state and back to the woods, I will be using it again.

I will be getting me another one (from here this time) when I open my old one. Why? Because one is none and two is one. :)

It was pricey in 94 and still pricey today.. BUT WORTH IT. You get what you pay for and I will vouch for this one! ( I would not spend my money on it, if it sucked) Just Saying.

F. Edmonds 11B 6.5yrs.