Multi-Angle Knife Clamp
$11.99

LP006

Description

Original Design knife-handling clamp. This extruded aluminum knife handling clamp can hold almost any blade. The notched jaws provide secure and exact blade handling on almost all blades, including most narrow blades (such as tiny swiss army-type blades) 1/2" wide and under.
 

When sharpening highly polished or coated blades, we recommend the Dual Thumbscrew Soft-Grip Clamp

Reviews

1 Comment

John
Jan 11th, 2016
Sliced the back of my hand when the clamp broke while tighten the blade clamp screw. This after the small lip on the clamp broke after first use. My clamp is 2012 vintage and have used for several years by being very careful with it. I would like another blade clamp, but after reading reviews on your new clamp I am hesitant to spend the money. Do you have a steel or better clamp?

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Hi John,

Sorry to hear about your mishap. You’ll be happy to know we’ve gone back to the original clamp design that helped make Lansky’s controlled-angle sharpening system so popular! The 2016 clamp is made from durable extruded aluminum and can hold almost any blade. It has notched jaws that provide secure and exact blade handling on almost all blades, including most narrow blades 1/2" wide and under. Please email us at: customerservice@lansky.com for more details.

When sharpening highly polished or coated blades, we recommend the Dual Thumbscrew Soft-Grip Clamp (http://lansky.com/index.php/products/soft-grip-knife-clamp/).

Thanks for reaching out!

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Instructions

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Loosen the front screw. Tighten the back red thumb screw until it is approximately one full turn from being fully tightened. Loosen the front screw of the knife clamp again to accommodate thickness of blade. Attach the clamp to the spine of the knife blade at the center of the blade. Approximately ½ inch of the blade should extend from the end of the clamp. Tighten the front screw again to hold the knife securely. Lock the blade in place by hand tightening the back red thumb screw on the clamp.