Lansky Standard 3 Stone System

  • 3.5 star rating
  • Item #: LKC03
  • $26.99
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Lansky Standard 3 Stone System

The Ultimate in Knife Sharpening Systems Technology! Safe, Easy and Convenient to Use; The Lansky Controlled Angle Sharpening System. Designed to give your blade a professional, razor sharp edge, every time.

Features

  • Easy to Use, Precision-Engineered, Multi-Angle Clamp to hold the blade securely
  • Guide Rods are provided: One for every hone
  • Coarse Red Hone (120 grit) for edge reconditioning
  • Medium Green Hone (280 grit) for sharpening and less frequent touch-ups
  • Fine Blue Hone (600 grit) for most frequent touch-ups to keep your blade paper-slicing sharp
  • Honing Oil Specially Formulated for Sharpening (not recommended for use with diamond sharpeners, use water instead)
  • Color-coated, finger-grooved safety holders mounted to every stone
  • Extra long knife clamp screws for thicker blades
  • Custom molded storage / carrying case to hold all system components

Sharpening Angles

17° Angle - A severe angle recommended 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. Recommended for heavy duty use. Made in USA

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    Lansky

    Lansky Standard 3 Stone System

    The Ultimate in Knife Sharpening Systems Technology! Safe, Easy and Convenient to Use; The Lansky Controlled Angle Sharpening System. Designed to give your blade a professional, razor sharp edge, every time.

    Features

    • Easy to Use, Precision-Engineered, Multi-Angle Clamp to hold the blade securely
    • Guide Rods are provided: One for every hone
    • Coarse Red Hone (120 grit) for edge reconditioning
    • Medium Green Hone (280 grit) for sharpening and less frequent touch-ups
    • Fine Blue Hone (600 grit) for most frequent touch-ups to keep your blade paper-slicing sharp
    • Honing Oil Specially Formulated for Sharpening (not recommended for use with diamond sharpeners, use water instead)
    • Color-coated, finger-grooved safety holders mounted to every stone
    • Extra long knife clamp screws for thicker blades
    • Custom molded storage / carrying case to hold all system components

    Sharpening Angles

    17° Angle - A severe angle recommended 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. Recommended for heavy duty use. Made in USA

Customer Reviews

    • 5.0 star rating
    • Great product
      Reviewer: Jim

      1/29/2016

      Works like the last one I had.

    • 4.0 star rating
    • Lansky Sharpest Knives Possible!
      Reviewer: akachibisaru

      3/19/2015

      I came across this site while surfing. I had never seen the Lansky sharpener sold retail. I bought my kit from my Snap-On dealer back in the mid to late 80's. It is the same as this standard kit except my case is black. I am a knife nut. My most prized is my 5th Special Forces SOG knife that was my father's. Also Have a few K-BARS of his. The Lansky system works and it works well. It will even bring a knife back to life. I have a friend who gave me a liner lock that had been abused. the tip was broken of and had a large area of blade edge missing. I had to use the red stone for some time to reprofile the tip. But with some elbow grease or was it the honing oil? Along with some time I was able to make the blade like new and shaving sharp. I over the years have worn out one of the red coarse stones. I at one time had the stand you bolt to a bench but found to do it right you have to constantly flip the blade to get the best edge. General rule is you only use the red to bring back the dullest edge, the medium stone does the most work. The blue coded, but red stone is a fine hone. It glides over the edge so smoothly it basically is just burnishing the edge. When done using the Lansky system you will have an edge on your blade a Special Forces operator would stake his life on!

    • 1.0 star rating
    • No Go
      Reviewer: Bill C

      2/11/2015

      I did not have any success with this sharpener. It is very tedious to use as the sharpening surfaces are 1/2" wide. In theory, it should maintain a constant cutting angle, but in practice the exact angle wiggles quite a bit, resulting in an uneven surface. It is simply too small to sharpen any but the smallest pocket knife.

    • Response from WorkBoots.com

      Bill, we're sorry to hear the knife sharpener isn't working out for you. If you'd like to contact our Customer Relations team, we would be happy to see what we can do to help take care of this for you!