April 9, 2018

Lansky Gets Your Edge Sashimi-slicing Sharp!

Cale Engelage

 

When it’s lunchtime at the island and you’re hungry from fighting California Yellowtail all day, how about filling your belly with some ultra-fresh thinly-sliced Hamachi? Albeit a little warmer than preferred, there’s nothing fresher than right off the fish!

The Lansky Controlled-Angle Sharpening System did the trick for me, giving my filet knife a razor’s edge. With multiple angles for different applications, the Controlled-Angle Sharpening System is extremely versatile. Specifically for filet knives, the 17° option will help you achieve and maintain the exact edge you need for that perfect slice of sashimi to feed the crew.

And if you need to quickly re-sharpen your blade in the middle of cleaning all your fish, Lansky’s QuadSharp with 4 different edge angles (including 17°) is extremely portable and easy to use!

So when it’s important to maintain that perfect edge for your prized catch, trust Lansky like I do to get the job done right.

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