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Lansky Sharpening Hones

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Lansky make some of the best sharpening systems in the world. These hones are available in



  • Hard Natural Arkansas (Brown),

  • Black Hard Natural Arkansas (White),

  • Ultra Fine (Yellow),

  • Extra Coarse Diamond (Silver),

  • Soft Natural Arkansas (Grey),

  • Fine Diamond (Gold),

  • Fine for serrated blades (Red),

  • Medium for serrated blades (Tan),

  • Diamond (Purple)

  • Medium 280 grit (Orange)

SKU
LS10-$$
Brand:
Lansky
Newest:
2014-02-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
9.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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Lansky make some of the best sharpening systems in the world. These hones are available in



  • Hard Natural Arkansas (Brown),

  • Black Hard Natural Arkansas (White),

  • Ultra Fine (Yellow),

  • Extra Coarse Diamond (Silver),

  • Soft Natural Arkansas (Grey),

  • Fine Diamond (Gold),

  • Fine for serrated blades (Red),

  • Medium for serrated blades (Tan),

  • Diamond (Purple)

  • Medium 280 grit (Orange)

Specification


SKU
LS10-$$
Brand:
Lansky
Newest:
2014-02-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
9.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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Reviews


  • 5
    Black Hard Natural Arkansas (White)

    Posted by Kevin Colwill on 27th Mar 2013

    I bought the Black Hard Natural Arkansas hone (which Lansky put in a white housing!)to add to my basic three hone set. The course, medium and fine hones do a good job but this one takes it on a level. The stone appears to be some sort of black slate and feels smooth to the touch. When you add a few drops of oil it glides over the blade with little or no discernible resistance. When, however, you wipe the hone you see some it has removed some steel. It polishes the bevel and puts a very keen edge on the blade. I can't say how it compares to the Ultra Fine (Yellow) or the Fine Diamond (Gold) hones but it's certainly is a step up in finish and sharpness from the standard Fine (Blue) hone.

  • 5
    MR

    Posted by DAVE on 26th Apr 2012

    CRACKING QUICK AND EFFECTIVE SHARPENER. EASY TO RE PROFILE AN EDGE WITH ACCURATE AND CONSISTENT RESULTS. ESPECIALLY GOOD IF YOU WANT TO PRESERVE THE BLASTED OR BLUED BLADE. USED ON A RANGE OF BLADES INCL JOHN EK, CRKT, NORMARK, LOFTY WISEMAN, MORA AND COLD STEEL.

  • 5
    Very Pleased

    Posted by Greg on 12th Aug 2010

    I have been using this to reprofile an SOG which was delivered with a 30 degree grind down to a 20/25. This hone made removing quite a lot of VG-10 relatively painless, so I'm pretty delighted.

  • 5
    edit my previous review

    Posted by Marc on 28th Jul 2010

    An update on my previous review of ALL Lansky diamond hones. Do NOT use oil to clean the diamond hones, use water with a nailbrush and washing-up liquid, oil can "gum" them up.

  • 5
    fine diamond hone (gold)

    Posted by marc on 11th Oct 2009

    I do like this one a lot! Worked very well on an s30vcpm blade, put a fine toothy edge on it very quickly. A couple of lap's on a pasted strop afterwards and you could shave with the knife.

  • 4
    coarse diamond hone

    Posted by marc on 20th May 2009

    Not as coarse as I expected, faster and better edge than the standard model coarse hone. If you edge is completely blunt it might be quicker to use the extra coarse hone first. The coarse diamond hone is fast, but not that fast. Best to wash away the swarf every now and then with honing oil. A definate upgrade to the standard hones.