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Lansky Puck

£10.95
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The Lansky Puck Sharpener is a highly effective, three
inch diameter, dual grit, carbide sharpening stone. It
measures an inch thick and is ideal for lawn mower
blades, machetes, garden tools, etc.

Weight approx 211 g
SKU:
LSPK
GTIN
Brand:
Lansky
Colour:
Grey
Warranty:
1 Year
Grit:
Combination
Stone:
Oil Stone
Dimensions:
4.5 x 2.5
Newest:
2014-01-30 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
9.9500
GTIN:
00080999037003

Description


The Lansky Puck Sharpener is a highly effective, three
inch diameter, dual grit, carbide sharpening stone. It
measures an inch thick and is ideal for lawn mower
blades, machetes, garden tools, etc.

Weight approx 211 g

Specification


SKU:
LSPK
Brand:
Lansky
Colour:
Grey
Warranty:
1 Year
Grit:
Combination
Stone:
Oil Stone
Dimensions:
4.5 x 2.5
Newest:
2014-01-30 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
9.9500
GTIN:
00080999037003

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Reviews


  • 5
    Lansky Puck

    Posted by Gary on 27th Jul 2017

    Arrived this morning thanks again HH for a fast service used it to work on my kukri edge - impressive tool and easy on the hands to use.

  • 4
    Deceptively large

    Posted by Fletch on 12th Oct 2016

    I wasnt expecting it to be so big. Its about the size of my girly palm. Abit too heavy to carry but good for prep work before heading out. Feels very coarse which i dont consider a bad think.

  • 5
    Does it's job wherever you are.

    Posted by Rhys on 11th Sep 2016

    I often take a small axe with me when I camp to process wood. I found that if I was out for more than a day or two my axe quickly began to blunt, maybe due to the amount I used or or bad technique. And as we all should know, a blunt axe is a lot more dangerous than a sharp one. The Lansky Puck was the answer to my problems, being just slightly larger than a jar lid and having no real noticeable weight, it's found it's home in the bottom of my kit bag. In only a few minutes I'm able to put a nice edge on my axe quickly, and most importantly safely. It's easy to hold the puck without putting your fingers near the blade, the course side is good enough to put a usable edge on a blade and the fine side finishes it nicely. I've used the puck on both my very cheap axe and my decent machete and I'm very happy with my purchase.

  • 4
    Useful bit of kit

    Posted by Jack on 15th Apr 2016

    This is a useful bit of kit, very easy to use, and it does a great job with axes and machetes. The instructions are a little sparse, so it's worth consulting one of the many YouTube videos about the Puck. It works a lot better with oil than without. Be nice to see a case for it.

  • 5
    pucking hell!

    Posted by dann on 24th Jan 2016

    Amazing sharpener, works brilliantly with my parang

  • 5
    It's a puck!

    Posted by Lee Burdon on 31st Dec 2015

    I'm an ice hockey player so the name and shape instantly appealed to me :-) It also works very well and and got a good edge back on my hultafors after I chipped it

  • 5
    Excellent for bigger knives

    Posted by David on 11th Jun 2015

    What can i say. Have had problems trying to sharpen my Wilky and Lofty due to size. With this tool that is now not an issue. Also felt a lot safer using this as fingers well away from blade. As ALWAYS Heinnie service above excellent

  • 5
    Puck Power

    Posted by Steve@Northumberland on 6th Jan 2015

    Perfect for your axe. I think this works best on items made from high carbon tool steel.

  • 5
    Everyone should have one

    Posted by Cypher on 2nd Aug 2014

    As the title says this is one tool everyone should have use the puck on my axes, hatchets, tomahawk and fixed blade knives and is my favourite method of sharpening stuff.