Levens Dual Grit Multi-Purpose Sharpener

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This pocket-size Lansky Dual Grit, Multi-Purpose Sharpener is ideal for sharpening lawnmower blades, machetes, hatchets, axe blades, shovels and spades plus a variety of other cutting and chopping tools.

The Puck’s easy-to-grip contoured shape, provides for safe, simple tool sharpening. Dual-Grit design provides a coarse side for quick cutting and shaping, and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing of your edge.

Coarse Grit: 120.

Medium Grit: 280.

  • Easy to use
  • Can be used in field
  • Can be used in shop
  • works with all tupes of blades and axes
  • easy to use

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Using the Puck

Step 1 - Firmly grip the tool to be sharpened or lock in vise to prevent slipping. If desired, apply a few drops of Lansky’s Nathan’s Natural Honing Oil to the grit on the side of The Puck which will be used to sharpen.

Step 2 - Grasp The Puck firmly with thumb and fingers, supporting it by the palm of the strong hand. Move The Puck in a circular motion, overlapping the circles as you move along the entire cutting edge to be sharpened. For the best results maintain a consistent angle while sharpening.

Step 3 - Work one whole side of the tool’s edge before repeating the sharpening procedure on the other edge.

Suggestions:

1. For badly worn, nicked or very dull edges, use the coarse grit side of The Puck first. To apply a finer edge, repeat the process with the medium grit side of The Puck.

2. If tools to be sharpened merely need a touch-up or dressed edge, skip the step with the coarse grit and use only the medium grit side.

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06/03/2015

A good stone that does a good job

This is a pretty good stone. I like the dual grits because let's face it, not everything we sharpen needs the same kind of edge or starts from the same degree of dullness. You can use it dry, with honing oil or with water. Over many years I have found that water works best with a stone this coarse, (actually, my father taught me that and I just simply verified what he told me over the years). Using it dry will cause premature wear and your stone will not last as long as it could. So choose whether you can work best with honing oil or water. Even though this stone has what it calls a medium grit, it's still not nearly as smooth and hard as an Arkansas stone or something of that nature that normally requires oil. If you use oil on this stone, it will clog the pores and eventually have an affect on how well it does its job. Water on the other hand does just as well or better and does not clog. It washes out and the stone can stay clean for the next time you need it. As far as being messy I have not found that to be a problem. A small amount of oil or water is all you need anyway, and you can always add more when you need it. Just enough to cover the surface of the stone is all that is necessary and when it dries up or soaks in, just add some more. It's not that complicated. Clean it after each use to keep the surface fresh and get rid of metal particles that will collect.

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    Levens Dual Grit Multi-Purpose Sharpener

    Levens Dual Grit Multi-Purpose Sharpener

    This pocket-size Lansky Dual Grit, Multi-Purpose Sharpener is ideal for sharpening lawnmower blades, machetes, hatchets, axe blades, shovels and spades plus a variety of other cutting and chopping tools.

    The Puck’s easy-to-grip contoured shape, provides for safe, simple tool sharpening. Dual-Grit design provides a coarse side for quick cutting and shaping, and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing of your edge.

    Coarse Grit: 120.

    Medium Grit: 280.

    • Easy to use
    • Can be used in field
    • Can be used in shop
    • works with all tupes of blades and axes
    • easy to use