Lansky Sharpeners LKDMD afilador de cuchillo - Afilador de cuchillos (Multi)
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- Allows for "custom" sharpening of a given knife, beyond what other systems with limited sharpening angles or grits provide.
- The whole kit has a small footprint and can store nicely.
- Components allow for easy swap/replacement of parts.
- This is the real mind-boggler.... Great sharpening is almost ENTIRELY about keeping the right ANGLE. That is the very "pitch" on which this product relies: proper-angled sharpening. For the life of me, I cannot decide why Lansky thought it was a good idea to create a system wherein you have to screw in a flimsy metal guide bar to a separate sharpening section. This allows for a huge "flex point" in a system that is based on maintaining a precise angle of use! The screw that holds these two pieces together merely works on pressure (it does not thread into the sharpening piece) and is thus subject to serious fluctuation during use. This could have EASILY been made into one, uniform piece, ensuring a precise angle throughout sharpening.
- For larger knives (e.g. anything longer than about 5-6 inches, the system is going to need to be adjusted very frequently to handle the entire length of the blade. It's really rather small.
- B/c of the importance of the sharpening angle (noted above), it's extremely difficult to ensure that the angle guide bar and the sharpening piece are level. Lansky says to use only "finger pressure" to straighten the guide bar, but this is woefully impractical.
- Sharpening many knives, especially those that are worn, larger, or need re-angled, can be a lot of work. Sore wrists and blisters can be expected if you have a whole set of knives to deal with.
- The fact that Lansky makes you buy the little stand component separately (even though they pre-arranged the kit to securely store that piece in the box) is a joke. The stand should be included in the basic package (sharpening without it is rather impractical in many cases), and at the end of the day, the stand is of rather poor construction anyway.
1) 17° angle is unusuable with the screws provided. The stone hits the screw top and is impossible to use without modifications. I bought this to use at this angles and it is impossible.
2) Quality is cheap, not worth $55. The clamp wont hold the blade well enough without adding a rubber strip or tape, the whole thing is just a hassle to use. I feel like I wasted $55 that instead could be spent into something like a wicked edge.
3) For bigger blades it is also a hassle, it wont reach all the blade lenght and I am not talking about hunters knifes, just a tad longer than usual 5".
Overall, I am pretty sure some people will say this kit worked for them, I have to say it doesnt for me out of the box. I didnt buy to make mods or have a big hassle when other systems are better designed. Also the result is unreliable, depending on lots of factors (correct blade position on clamp or it will slip or not close, guide rod alignment, screw in the way, not reaching all blade etc). At this point I rather have returned and spent the money in something else or a professional to sharpen my knifes.