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It pays to keep your knives and tools in pristine condition at all times that is why we carry an extensive range of sharpeners and maintenance items to help you do just that. If you require any advice on the best type of sharpener to use for your knife please don't hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to help you.
Having a sharpening tool close at hand is often the key to having a sharp knife. These sharpeners are extremely useful for taking out in the field and would complement any sharpening system.
Ceramic is one of the hardest materials known to man and can give you a very fine edge.
The three most common types of sharpening stones are oil stones, water stones, and diamond stones. Each of these stones has its own advantages that can help users achieve their sharpening goals.
Diamond sharpeners are designed to make sharpening fast and easy. They work on 'harder' steel / materials much better than other methods.
Very aggressive type of sharpener. These will strip off lots of material from your knife and give you a sharp edge extremely quickly but are only recommended in an emergency.
Having a good steel in your kitchen is a wonderful way to keep your knives sharp. Chefs have been using steels for years, yet many people don't understand the benefits. Steeling is a simple process of aligning the knife edge. Instead of removing metal in the true sharpening process, steeling basically aligns the edge to make it cut more effectively.
Heavy duty sharpeners for agricultural tools, machetes and axes if you don't need a shaving sharp finish.
Fixed angle systems are great for quick, effective sharpening or re-profiling of an edge; ensures the right angle every time.
Spare or replacement hones for the fixed angle sharpening systems.
When you want to sharpen or re-profile your edges quickly - Nothing comes close to an electric powered sharpener. These require a degree of skill and are better suited to larger blades.
The final step in sharpening a blade for when you want a shaving sharp finish.
A few bits to aid in the sharpening process.