Fine Diamond Hone
$19.99

LDHFN

Description

Fine Diamond Sharpening Hone

Key Features:

- Fine Grit (600) Diamond Sharpening Surface (Uninterrupted Diamond Coating)

- Brass Threaded Insert for Stainless Steel Thumb Screw

- Ergonomic Plastic Housing

- Made in the USA!

Designed for use with the Lansky Controlled Angle Sharpening Systems. Diamond Coatings are designed to work best on modern, wear resistant tool steels.  The fine 600 grit diamond hone is perfect for touching up and polishing an already sharpen edge. 

*This product is included in all Diamond Controlled Angle Sharpening Systems. 

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Reviews

5 Comments

Storm
Feb 21st, 2014
Right on-this helped me sort tihgns right out.
Bobby
Feb 21st, 2014
I had been using mine effectively for a long time, but recently the rod holder snapped off. Plastic.
Thule1
Feb 21st, 2014
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What a great way to give a very sharp fine edge to my blades. I'm delighted with it's performance and it makes a wonderful complement to my Lansky set.
Lansky
Feb 21st, 2014
Sorry to hear about your experience Bobby. Please contact Lansky customer service so we can help you with a solution. Thanks!
Ralph
Feb 21st, 2014
I BOUGHT THIS LANSKY DIAMOND STONE TO ADD TO MY LANSKY KIT BECAUSE I HAD BOUGHT A KABAR EXTREME FIGHTING KNIFE MADE FROM D-2 STEEL AND THIS HARD STEEL IS HARD TO SHARPEN, THIS DIAMOND STONE WORKS GREAT AND AT A GOOD PRICE TOO.

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Instructions

For use with Lansky's Controlled Angle Sharpening Kits.  

1. This product is used just the same as all the controlled angle hones first starting by inserting the guide rod, insuring it's in line with the sharpening surface.  Reference minute 1:45 in our Kit Instuctional Video for how to properly assemble the Guide Rod and the Hone.  

2. You'll want to be certain to match the angle with the existing angle of your knife edge. Once found, sharpen away!  You may want to use a more coarse grit before to establish the bevel angle; perhaps following up afterwards with more fine hone, such as a ceramic.