Marbles Arkansas Ceramic Knife Sharpening Stick AC46 | 12" Overall, Wooden Handle
Arkansas Ceramic Knife Sharpening Stick Specifications:
- 12" overall
- Wood handle
- 7" ceramic sharpening rod
Great for the butcher kitBy: Darren on 24 November 2021Get for getting those boning knives back to spec with a few strokes (or anything with a decent edge) got two, Austpost thought i only needed one (one broke in post) but the crew at extac (big cheers to Adrian - legend) sorted it for me and got a replacement on its way asap. Any time i shop with these guys, its always a pleasure and the gears great too. Cant rate them high enough.
Arkansas Ceramic Knife sharpening StickBy: Mark Matthews-Prosser on 31 May 2019Good value for ceramic , very suitable for small and maintained blades .
Outstanding Ceramic SolutionBy: William Halliwell on 27 September 2018The two I've just purchased now mean I have three and I got the other two because these rods are fantastic, and they are so cheap. I've got the extra rods to put in my regular pack and my vehicle bug out bag. Frankly, I didn't expect too much from a $15 ceramic rod but many others have large price tags so I thought I'd give these a shot. They work so well on all my knives. My 'super stainless' blades come up to scratch in no time at all. I hardly ever let them get too blunt and a dozen ultra light passes on these rods bounces them right back to factory sharpness. As for my other knives with cheaper steels well, it's scary how sharp some of them get when I hone them with these rods. Over the years I've spent hundreds of dollars on sharpening gizmos and systems but low and behold, these rods are the best honers I've ever used. Sure, I've got my Tormek #4 unit and my F.Dick Multi-Cut for the troublesome blades and those times when I accidentally damage an edge in work, but I find I'm using these tools far less now I keep my ceramic rods handy. I'm even going to get my 'Kydex bloke' to make sheaths for them so I can stuff them in my bags without danger of them breaking. It will be well worth the money. Truly, most of the time you just need the weight of the blade itself to do a great honing job. That's good enough for me!