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5 out of 5
Minneapolis, MN
Jul 04, 2016
Pros: Effectiveness, Overall Quality, Ease of Use
Cons: None
Spyderco ceramic sharpening system
I've owned this system for years and have never been disappointed in the results from it. It takes only a couple minutes and when I'm done, my knives are razor sharp. Easy to use, no messy oil, sure fire angle provided. Well worth the cost.
3 out of 5
May 22, 2016
Pros: None
Cons: Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Not impressed
I expected more from this sharpener. One stone was shorter than the other three. When I put stones in the standard slots one of them is quite loose and droops down at least a few degrees more than the other one. I thought the base was supposed to hold them at the proper angle but it doesn't. I brought it to spyderco to exchange it but they insisted that I leave it to be "repaired". I can't imagine what kind of repair can be done to the molded plastic base. this was two weeks ago and I have yet to hear from them. I'm kind of sorry I bought this. I expected a quality product and quality service but got neither.
5 out of 5
Ted S
Ruskin, Florida
May 11, 2016
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Sharpmaker is the Best
I have and use the GATCO Angle Sharpener but I sharpen knives that can not be clamped using this system. Here's an example: Daggers and CS's double edged neck knives. The rod system has to be used on these blades. Over-all, the Sharpmaker is the best esp if what you want is just sharpening without reshaping or making a new angle. It comes with the medium and fine rods and they work perfectly if the blade angle is already established. I buy high quality steel bladed knives and I usually reduce the angle for wicked sharpness. I just ordered the diamond coated rods so I could quickly create a new angle.For ease of sharpening, this Sharpmaker is the best.I even like its case--small and compact and well engineered. It can be easily placed in a backpack and won't cause a lot of weight gain. Every soldier should have one of these sharpeners.
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