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Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker Sharpener

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$80.00

The key to sharpening any cutting tool is removing the steel at the edge while maintaining a consistent angle between the blade and the stone. Spyderco’s Tri-Angle Sharpmaker takes the mystery out of this process and enables anyone to sharpen a knife effectively with just a few minutes’ practice. Its durable ABS plastic base contains keyed holes that accurately set the stones’ sharpening angles at a 30° (15° each side) or 40° (20° each side) for sharpening knives. Simply keep the plane of your knife’s blade vertical and draw the edge along each stone to sharpen. It’s that simple. For serrated blades, use the rounded edges of the stones and a slightly looser grip to allow the stone to flow into the recesses of each serration. The Sharpmaker system includes two sets of high alumina ceramic stones: a pair of medium-grit (brown) stones for aggressive sharpening and a set of fine (white) stones for professional-grade finishing. A set of brass safety rods protects your hands while sharpening and all components snap into the self-contained ABS plastic base and lid for easy storage. Every Sharpmaker comes complete with a detailed instruction book and DVD that guides you step by step through the process of sharpening knives, scissors, awls, and many other tools.

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Seems like half the time I end up making them duller ...

I got this to sharpen my kitchen knives. It's a little tricky/awkward to use with larger knives though. Seems like half the time I end up making them duller than I started. Works great on my pocket knife and paring knife though. Also doesn't have enough bite to effectively take out any small knicks in the blade, but I believe there are some coarser stones available that will.

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Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker Sharpener

This product works and works very well. Knifes (both serrated and straight) scissors, awls and gouges all sharpen right up. This tool is very simple to use!! You hold the knife vertical and pull it down and across (or out) of the rods. The rods are at 30 or 40 degrees so as long as the knife is straight up and down, you're good. That's it. No oil, no real set up, just draw the blade while holding it vertical (and not quite vertical is ok - more later). I recommend this sharpener to anyone who whats to easily sharpen their knives.

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