The Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener 2.2.1. is the complete knife sharpener for field, home or shop use. It is the first Angle Guided, 5 stage sharpening solution designed for sportsmen who need a complete, robust and compact field sharpening solution. (2) Diamond Plates, (2) Ceramic Rods, (1) Leather Strop and Sharpening Guides provide a fast, easy and consistent sharpening solution for knives and camp tools. The 20° and 25° sharpening guides create consistent blade edge angles with speed, ease and repeatability. The sharpening guides are purpose built for your hunting knives, pocket knives and filet knives. Strong rare earth magnets secure the easily interchangeable diamond plates and also provide coverage for the broadhead wrench and small storage compartment. Compact design and Lanyard Hole make it easy to pack carry on your next outdoor adventure so you can sharpen anytime, anywhere with speed and ease. Also sharpens serrated knives, fish hooks, broadheads and many common camp tools. Provides a compact and precise way to maintain your edge while out hunting, fishing, camping or anywhere you need a sharp edge. Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener 2.2.1.
(1) Coarse Diamond Plate, (1) Fine Diamond Plate,
(1) Large Ceramic Rod with 3 Positions (coarse, fine and fish hook grooves)
(1) Small Ceramic Rod
(1) Leather Strop conditioned with Micro Abrasive, Broadhead Wrench and User's Guide.
This tool is assembled, and quality checked in Ashland Oregon and has a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Includes a detailed User's Guide inside the tool under the diamond plate for convenient storage.
I'm playing with knives for decades, and I've admited it a long time ago : I'm bad at sharpening. It takes me forever to have an acceptable edge, which become dull pretty quickly. After reading many reviews, I've decided to give this a try. Only 30 seconds, really, were necessary to have my Laguiole sharp as a razor blade. Then my old Ka-Bar. Then my Buck 110! Then scissors! And a first cooking knife. And a second one! Very idiot proof, it seems impossible to fail at using this sharpener. I should have bought this tool a long time ago. Now, I'm waiting to have hair on my arms back again, but this is another story ;)