KME Knife Sharpening System -
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KME Knife Sharpening System - Standard Stone Kit. Features a spherical bearing rod guide, angle adjustment scale, angle adjustment knob, blade clamping knob, blade depth reference lines, spring knob, stone retainer, stainless steel guide rod and a solid cherry hardwood pistol grip crafted with posi-grip finger grooves for comfort and control. Includes (4) KME sharpening stones including one each of the following: extra coarse, coarse, medium and fine, (1) 1 oz. empty water bottle and instruction manual. Black composition case stores all items. Bulk packed. Base not included.
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The version I purchased came with three sharpening "stones"; they are actually metal bars with diamond particles embedded on one side. The instructions are longer than required, thereby hiding the important points. The most important point to remember is that you must continue to sharpen with the coarsest stone until the knife is sharp. Then, you use the succeeding, finer stones to remove the tool marks from the previous stone. If the knife is not sharp when you stop using the coarse stone, it will "never" be sharp no matter how long you use the finer stones.
The KME, however, is Awesome. I bought the diamond kit, and even I can finally put a razor edge on almost any knife. The setup is well made, so far nothing ever wiggles loose and the jaws hold my blades securely with out leaving a mark. Is it spendy? Well, for me $140 isn't pocket change but it's well worth it in my opinion. I look at it as paying now to have sharp knives for years to come. I don't know of a better tool for sharpening that costs less. While I've never used an Edgepro or Wicked Edge system, I can't imagine they get things any sharper than this.
I'm 100% pleased with this product.
I bought the system with the diamond stones. The performance so far has been fantastic. I've reprofiled--gently, mind you--around 4-5 blades so far. I just wasn't happy with the factory edges on those knives. I've used a Sharpie to carefully improve the edges on another half-dozen or so blades. It's a great system.
Hints & tips: use a Sharpie or other marker to delineate your edge, and then carefully calibrate your angle by way of the adjustment mechanism. Do not bear down; let the stones do the work for you. Be patient, but it really doesn't take much time. And to emphasize and repeat what I've already said, be certain to record your process for each knife. By recreating your initial process in the future, your touchups will be that much easier.
There are only two systems out there that can compete with the KME and both cost hundreds of dollars more. As one who insists on all my knives being razor sharp, I heartily recommend the KME.