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Kershaw 2535 Ultra-Tek Diamond Steel Blade Sharpener

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Part Number: KS2535
Manufacturer: Kershaw Knives
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KS2535: 2535 Ultra-Tek Blade Sharpener
Kershaw Knives

The Ultra-Tek Blade Sharpener is the convenient way to keep your Kershaw sharp. The Ultra-Tek is a compact sharpening steel that lets you quickly and easily touch up the edge on your Kershaw anywhere, anytime. The Ultra-Tek handle is made of 6060-T6 anodized aircraft aluminum.

Stored inside the handle is a 600-grit, diamond-coated oval shaft. This is the perfect grit for restoring an edge that is in generally good shape, but is just dull. Simply unscrew the shaft from the handle interior, turn it around, and screw it on to the other end of the handle. Now the Ultra-Tek is a comfortable 9-in. length, ideal for both sharpening and realigning the edge of your Kershaw blade. To sharpen, hold the blade edge against the diamond-coated shaft at about a 20-degree angle and swipe the blade, from heel to tip, along the sharpening shaft. Do this an even number of times on both sides of the blade. Soon, your blade will be restored to it's Kershaw shaving sharp edge. It's a good idea to keep the Ultra-Tek close at hand so you can touch up the blade from time to time. If you don't let it get terribly dull, it will take no time at all to maintain your edge.

The Ultra-Tek requires no water or oil. It's lightweight and easy to use. And it stores compactly, making it easy to take with you.
  • Steel: 600-grit, diamond-coated, oval shaft
  • Handle: 6061-T6 anodized aluminum
  • Sharpening steel length: 4 in. (10.1 cm)
  • Overall Length: 9 in. (22.9 cm)
  • Stored length: 5 in. (12.7 cm)
  • Weight: 2.1 oz.
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 087171253503

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NorthWet Oregun
Sep 23, 2014
Pros: Effectiveness, Overall Quality, Ease of Use
Cons: None
Kershaw Ultra Tek Diamond Sharpner
Works great for maintaining sharpness of blade in field.
4 out of 5
Apr 14, 2012
Pros: None
Cons: None
never really thguoht i would be into the Steel Tiger, so i got the FGX Nightshade version to try it out months ago ive been using it a lot for opening the mail or packages at home, if i dont have a knife on my person for some reason.and im really loving the feel of it, im thinking one within the next few months.great review, thanks!
4 out of 5
Chris P.
Worcester, MA
Oct 26, 2011
Pros: Durability, Effectiveness, Ease of Use
Cons: Overall Quality, None
Great buy
I just bought one of these, and I love it. Mine has the kershaw logo in white with the part number on the side. It is actually much larger than I imagined, having used other diamond rods before. This is a 600 grit diamond oval sharpener, with a roughly 4" length and 1/2" width. It is extremely light. The surface appears to be uninterrupted over the entire steel, allowing one to use the sides to sharpen serrations if need be. The steel is set into a larger diameter union piece that screws onto the top of a short tube. To use the rod, unscrew the "cap", remove the rod from the tube, turn it around and screw it back on. This is the perfect length for most pocket knives in the 1"-5" blade category. Its 600 grit is also great for giving a slightly toothy edge that cuts beautifully, but is not great for returning a damaged edge to working order. Get a rod with a coarser grit for that. I gave this product a '4' because the rod that came in mine is slightly offcenter, tilting in one direction which makes it rub against the inside of the tube when it is fully screwed in. Other than that, this is a great travel sharpener, and mine already has a home in my Blackhawk! A.T. briefcase. If you really love a keen edge, get this and 4 or 5" ceramic rod for the fine tuning, and you'll be good to go.
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