EXCLUSIVE: WOOD HANDLE SPYDERCO DELICA & ENDURA Details
EXCLUSIVE: WOOD HANDLE SPYDERCO DELICA & ENDURA Details

 

Subscribe to our Newsletter for exclusive offers!

Lansky Master's Edge Sharpening System - MEDGE1

Customer Reviews 3.500 Read 4 reviewsWrite a Review
Part Number: LSMEDGE1
Manufacturer: Lansky Sharpeners
Retail Price: $59.99
Our Price:
$36.95
You Save: $23.04 (38%)
Calculate Shipping

Earn 370 knifeREWARDS Points!
Description
LSMEDGE1: Master's Edge Sharpening System
Lansky Sharpeners
 
Sharpens both straight and serrated knives!

The new Master's Edge Sharpening System includes a pair of both medium (gray) and fine (white) ceramic rods for sharpening and professional grade polishing. Also included in the system is the new medium ceramic triangular rod which will sharpen all types of serrations as well as awls and fish hooks. Features three of the most common sharpening angles: 17º, 20° and 25°, a rubber non-slip base, easy snap in rod storage, and an integrated hand guard.
Pre-Set 17º, 20º and 25º Rod Angles
  • 17º Fine angle: for fillet and fine slicing
  • 20º Fine angle: for slicing, butcher, paring and skinning knives
  • 25º Medium angle: for hunting, camping, utility and chef’s knives
3.500 (4 reviews)
3.5 out of 5 stars
5 star
1
4 star
2
3 star
0
2 star
0
1 star
1
1 out of 5
Timothy D
Wichita, Ks
Apr 09, 2017
Pros: Ease of Use, None
Cons: Durability, Overall Quality
Cheap
Well I can't say how well it works because one of the medium rods was broken when it arrived! The base seems to be poorly built. I have been using sharpening sticks for years but only fine grit, and after buying this system I still only have fine grit sticks! This isn't the first problem I have had with a purchase from Knife Center but it will be the last, I will never buy from them again!
Knifecenter note: This customer is welcome to a full refund or replacement.
5 out of 5
Steven F
Rochester, Ny
Feb 02, 2017
Pros: Effectiveness, Ease of Use
Cons: None
great product, great price
I debated buying this or the Spyderco system. I read some reviews, and it seems that there isn't much difference between the two, except pretty much the price. This is easy to use, stows well, and is a drastic improvement, for me, over sharpening freehand with a stone or using or 'prefab' sharpening "V" tools. In particular, I was having trouble sharpening my higher-end blades (Elmax, SV35, etc.). The steel's so hard that the prefab tools were not doing the job, and freehand it's hard to control the grind angle precisely enough to get the kind of result I want. No more. Use the grey (medium) rods first, then the white (fine). GREAT edge. And doing it is easy as (and remarkably similar to, in motion) slicing bread. I sharpened about 30 folding knives in about two hours, without rushing (3 at a time: 3 on the grey rods, switch to white, 3 on the white rods, on to the next 3). There's also a triangular rod with three different angles for serrated knives. It made a massive difference on the bread knife in the kitchen. Wow. Only one niggle: the rods are stowed under the bottom of the unit, but there's no guard or door over them. Given that ceramic rods can break if dropped on a hard surface, I put a couple of rubber bands around the thing when I stow it. Highly recommended.
4 out of 5
Christos P
Paphos, Other
Jan 27, 2017
Pros: Ease of Use
Cons: None
Good value for the price
Tried this item on a few different steels (9Cr18MoV, SR101, 12C27, 420HC) up to the point of a very good utility edge (not shaving sharp which it seemed it would take a while if possible with these rods) in a fair amount of time, despite this being my first time using this sharpening method. So, very happy with it overall, seems very good for the price point.
Read all 4 Reviews »
Loading Reviews