Spyderco Triangle Sharpmaker Diamond Rods Set of 2 - 204D


MSRP* : $82.00 | You Save* : $28.70 (35%)
Part #: SP204D | Spyderco Knives
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These are steel triangles blanketed in a bonding agent then covered in diamond particles. Diamond hard abrasives are recommended when you wish to remove stock, for restoration purposes and to aggressively re-shape, re-bevel and re-profile a cutting edge.

Sold in a pair, 204D triangles fit into the 204 Sharpmaker sharpening system. To Clean: rinse in fresh water.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
4.650 (20 reviews)
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Long Valley
Jan 04, 2017
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Pleased with purchase
I gave this item as a gift. Recipient has bought these exact same rods before and they have given him many bicep-building sharpening strokes over the years. He said that the new rods are excellent. He owns a large array of Spyderco knives and is very diligent in giving them the utmost care.
5 out of 5
Ted A S
Tampa, FL
May 17, 2016
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Sharpmaker Diamond Rod Review
I carry high quality dagger(s) for self-defense. Because of the configuration of the blades, an angle stone sharpener can not work.The clamp will not secure the blade adequately. I wanted to change the blade angle of my Falkenkniven Garm Fighter to 20 degrees.It would take much time and effort to change the angle using the standard medium rod that is supplied with the Sharpmarker 204. I received the diamond rods yesterday and was able to change the angle on the Garm Fighter with absolute ease. I practiced first on steak knives to get the feel of them. I used very little pressure as the directions stated. With these stones alone, it sliced through typing paper like butter. I then used the medium and fine stones and the knife is now wickedly sharp. Half the weight of the knife itself slices right through the paper. My left forearm is devoid in parts of hair. I strongly suggest buying this product to save time and much elbow grease..
5 out of 5
Indianapolis, IN
May 30, 2013
Pros: None
Cons: None
Worth the Money
It can sharpen the cheapest of blades with a little time and effort. The rods are easy to clean.p.s.I'm a novice knife sharpener.
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