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Lansky Professional Knife Sharpening System - LKCPR

$43.95

MSRP* : $55.99 | You Save* : $12.04 (22%)
Part #: LSLKCPR | Lansky Sharpeners
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Description
LSLKCPR: Lansky Professional Knife Sharpening System
Lansky Sharpeners

The Ultimate in Sharpening Systems Technology

Safe, Easy and Convenient to Use. The Lansky Controlled-Angle Sharpening System is designed to give your blade a professional, razor sharp edge every time.

Download instructions.

Replacement hones can be found here.

Made in the USA.
Includes
  • Medium Serrated Hone
  • Coarse Hone
  • Medium Hone
  • Fine Hone
  • Ultra-Fine Hone
All Systems Include
  • Patented, precision-engineered, multi-angle, flip-over knife clamp.
  • Sharpening hones on color-coated, finger-grooved safety holders
  • One guide rod for each honing stone
  • Specially formulated honing oil
  • Extra long knife clamp screws
  • Custom molded storage/carrying case to hold all system components
  • Complete easy-to-follow multi-lingual instructions
Lansky Sharpening Angles
  • 17° Angle - A severe angle reccommended for razor blades, X-Acto blades, scalpels or similar tools. Provides 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 filet 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 see the heavy use of cutting cardboard, wire or carpets. Recomended for heavy duty use.

UPC Code: 080999046005

Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
4.410 (39 reviews)
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1 out of 5
Stropback
Wa
Feb 19, 2018
Pros: Ease of Use, Effectiveness, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Durability
Do not reccomend lansky systems
Hello, i have been doing freehand sharpening for over 14 years now. Ive been whittling hairs for most of that time and ive sharpened almost every common steel and most of the uncommon ones like 10V. S110V, to Aus, all of them. I began with DMT diafolds. A couple years ago i got the worksharp field sharpener, and it is a portable one tool does everything that i like to use on the go. So then i wanted to try different abrasives. Whats an arkansas stone like? SIC, ceramic, alox, ect. So my wonderful wife got me all of the lansky kits for christmas. Diamond, ceramic, natural, arknsas, round, and serrated. Three strops with three diamond pastes too. Having an even edge is very important for testing knife performance, and it is cosmetically appealing and theraputic. Ocd kicks in bad. So i have noticed that the idea of the lansky is great. It will really help you if you mentally know how but cant product results with your hands. Here are some issues i have with the system. No this isnt a one star review because of the poor shipping or wrong item or wrong color or its not my birthday or whatever crybaby garbage people review the product as being bad. Deal breaker- The clamps arent the same. All those kits mentioned above, will all produce different angles on the same spot on the knife with the same stone. Even less or more torque on the screw and trying to turn the edge up or down. I cant match them at all. The qc and casting then has proven to be not consistent to some degree. Deal breaker- the rods can bend when you pull them out of the box. Thats just poor design. I had to cut them out. Iffy annoying babysitting thing ninber one- its very easy to slip off the stone when working the tip and stab yourself or worse the side of the stone and ruin it. Also trying to get the most out of the real estate will result in a slip off the back and slice your fine stone and grind your perfect edge off. What did i do? I glued popsicle sticks to the metal of the diamond stones. I shouldnt have to but it helps. Other annoying thing- you need to runner cement the clamps to avoid scratching. It was clean. Not a coated blade. Aluminum is super soft but it somehow scratches knives. Use tape. Other annoying thing number two- you should oil the rod and it will eventually rub away your favorite spot on the clamp. Unique problem to lansky diamonds only- they are so big and coarse hey are smooth and down really cut very well. For reprofiling knives they will chip the edge on the lowest angle. The orange does not. The other non diamond stones do not. Other diamond stones dont have this problem. They all bite deep and cut aggressively at all grits. Oh and by the way the diamonds are disposeable. Maybe ten knives and the metal shows through. I sharpend and notched tally marks in my dmt diafolds and got about 150 knives per year getting a new set every christmas or birhday for a decade that was my average. And they all lasted a year. Its not even march and these are dead. And i dont sharpen much anymore. Annoying product should be fixed complaint number c- the box. So hard to open and close. Ive dealt with thai and chinese and pakistani manufacturing of containers. These are the worst. Warped. Wrong size. Here is the thing. My other three apprentices have all said the same thing. I still use this system. Because the edge is pretty and sharp when im done. Usually. Its not a hateful rant. Just be aware of these things. Now that ive gotten mine all figured out its a three star product at least. Well. Back to the k2. Trying to get 10V to 17dps im six hours in so far.
4 out of 5
Frankie
London, UK
Sep 14, 2016
Pros: Ease of Use, Effectiveness, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Durability
Good but even better with the 2000 grit Sapphire stone and the strop
After buying this kit, with the stand, I added the 2000 grit sapphire stone, two leather strops, two buffing compounds and then finally I got some really good results. Sometimes it can be difficult to actually get a bevel, but when you do, just repeat the same amount of strokes on the other side, with the same amount of pressure, go up through the stones, including the sapphire 2000 grit, stropping with the two different buffering compounds from Silverline and you can achieve a near mirror finish edge which is extremely sharp. But I am not too impressed with the rods and the vise, use painters tape to protect your blade, as well use finger pressure upwards on the rod when honing, it is the only way to get a consistent result. At least for me it working! But if you only buy the kit, I can understand that some be a bit disappointed as the provided stones are not enough to get a perfect edge. I have added the above mentioned and are getting good results. But I am saving up to buy a Wicked Edge system, but until then, this is the system giving me the desired results with some additional kit.
5 out of 5
Mick S
illinois
Apr 19, 2015
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
good kit
this sharpening system is well worth the cost .. it keeps all my edges shaving sharp.
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