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The Roadie™ 8 in 1 Keychain Sharpener contains more useful features per square inch than any other sharpener in the world. The ultimate in portability and versatility: just clip the carabiner on your keychain or pack and you’re ready to hit the open road …
Stop by and say hello to Lansky Sharpeners at Shot Show 2017! We'll be in booth 11919. The show runs from Jan 17-20, 2017 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Lansky Sharpeners is giving three people one Pink Quick Fix sharpener and one Pink Deluxe Quick Edge sharpener. Simply like, comment, or share this post on Facebook. Recipients will be randomly selected at …
This year we're celebrating National Knife Day in a big way. We're giving you the chance to win the entire Lansky/Willumsen knife collection!
Find out of Lansky CEO, Chris Fire, has what it takes to hunt the African Wild Saturday, July 15, 2016 at 7:30PM PST/10:30PM EST on Pursuit Channel!
Universal Huntress TV’s Jen O’Hara and Norissa Harman are the prey. You are the hunter. As the hunter, your job is to find Jen or Norissa and take a selfie with them.
Lansky Sharpeners is offering 30% off our three most popular products for women: our pink Deluxe Quick Edge, our pink Quick Fix, and our Master's Edge. The Master's Edge can bring the life back to her bread and tomato knives, chef and filet knives, and of…
When you first enter the world of knife sharpening, it can seem like there's a whole new language to learn. In this post you'll find some of the most commonly used terms in sharpening.
If you were a knife sharpener, what kind would you be? A low-maintenance pocket sharpener? A precise controlled-angle system? Take this fun, short quiz to find out!
Father’s Day is just around the corner and the quest for great, affordable gifts has begun. Here are five of our top-selling products this year we’re sure Dad will love.
The trick to choosing the right sharpener depends on your personal needs, and also on your skill level. Let's look at some of the more common sharpeners and their features.
Western style knife-sharpening can be traced back to the “moletas” of Northern Italy. The moletas were knife-grinders who traveled from village to village offering their knife-sharpening services.
When most people think of what needs sharpening around the house, they think of their kitchen and hunting knives, cleavers or axes. That’s a good start, but your ice skates also need to be sharp, your woodworking tools, and yes, even your lawn tools.