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EZE-LAP Super Fine Diamond/Ceramic Combination Pocket Stone 4" with Sheath - CD4

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Part Number: EZLCD4
Manufacturer: EZE LAP Sharpeners
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EZLCD4: Super Fine Diamond/Ceramic Pocket Stone
EZE-LAP Super Fine Diamond/Ceramic Combination Pocket Stone. Includes a pocket carry sheath branded with the EZE-LAP logo.

EZE-LAP manufactures a wide variety of diamond products for sharpening knives and tools. EZE-LAP has been a pioneer and originator of diamond sharpeners since the early 1970's. Our patented diamond process and modern technology allows EZE-LAP to produce the finest quality diamond products for the lowest possible price.

EZE-LAP boasts about its quality. We are proud to offer the flattest, most consistent production diamond tools avalable on the market today. Even after years of satisfaction, EZE-LAP customers are still amazed at the quality and consistency of the finishes that are achieved by the diamond tools. This kind of quality is achieved by a product entirely made in the USA and we take pride in that!

Whatever your sharpening needs, EZE-LAP has the diamond product for your knives and tools.
  • Dimensions: 4" x 3/4"
  • Made in the USA

UPC Code: 081819344004

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Aug 03, 2015
Pros: None
Cons: Effectiveness, Ease of Use
Let me start off by saying I already have Eze-Lap 4 inch pocket stones that I use free hand frequently. I assumed this stone would be the same size.... It is not. This stone looks absolutely anemic compared to my other 4 inch stones. It is roughly the size of a 4 inch section of popsicle stick. The small difference in width makes this stone much harder to hold between my thumb and forefinger - the stone wants to rotate under nothing more than the weight of a pocket knife blade. I'm surprised at how much more difficult it is to use this stone. Had I been able to actually see this stone first, I'd probably have passed....
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