Designed for the Sports Enthusiast who demands the highest quality sharpening tools and abrasives, the Edge Pro Pull-Thru Knife sharpener delivers a level of sharpening performance unmatched by standard edge care products.
This sharpener offers two stages of sharpening for all types of knives, everything from everyday pocket knives to the finest customer sport knives.
The precision ground carbides remove metal in a smoother, more consistent fashion when setting the edge on very dull straight edge blades and the specially shaped ceramic stones can be used to lightly hone either STRAIGHT or SERRATED edge blades.
It has an ergonomically designed soft grip handle and non-slip rubber feet for comfort and safety.
Two stages of sharpening - Coarse & Fine
Sharpens standard and serrated edge knife blades
Premium abrasives for sharper, longer lasting cutting edge
Precision ground carbides for quick edge setting
Specially-shaped ceramic stones for sharpening standard or serrated edge blades
Extra-Fine ceramic stones for final edge honing
Fixed angle abrasive components provide consistent results every time
Quick, safe, and easy to use
Ergonomically designed soft grip handle for comfort and control during use
Non-slip rubber base for secure and stable sharpening
Replaceable abrasive components
Abrasives: Carbides- Coarse/ Ceramic- Extra-Fine (1,500)
Caution: Always rest your sharpener on a sturdy, flat surface and use the handle of the sharpener for stability and control during sharpening.
Place the Edge-Pro Pull-Thru Knife Sharpener on a flat, sturdy surface. Hold the handle of the sharpener with one hand and the knife with the other hand.
Select the appropriate sharpening slot to use. COARSE = quick, aggressive removal of metal. Use for quick edge setting of very dull or damaged blades. Usually, 4 to 5 strokes is all it takes, but knives made of very hard steel may take additional strokes. FINE = removes very little metal. Use for final edge honing and polishing or to touch up an already sharp blade. Usually, 8 to 10 strokes is all it takes, but knives made of very hard steel may take additional strokes. Note: A reasonably sharp blade may only require light honing in the Extra Fine sharpeening slot. The Fine sharpening slot is intended for dull blades that require more maintenance.
Insert knife blade into the preferred sharpening slot at a 90-degree angle to the sharpener. Tilt the tip of the knife blade down just slightly.
Press down with light to moderate pressure and pull the knife blade through the sharpening slot from the heel to tip (never back and forth).
Repeat this action until blade is sharp. If you started the sharpening process in the COARSE slot, move to the FINE slot for final edge honing. Always finish the sharpening process in the FINE slot.
Reversible & Replaceable Carbide Blades and Ceramic Stones – When the carbide blades and/or ceramic stones stop removing metal from the knife blade, they can be rotated for use on the other side or replaced. To rotate or replace, remove the two screws and the plastic cover. Remove the stones and rotate 180 degrees. Reverse positions by placing the front ceramic stone into the back slot, and the back ceramic stone into the front slot. Replace the cover and screws. If replacing, add new blades or stones then replace the cover and screws.
Care & Storage:
Always clean your sharpener after use. Clean with a damp cloth or mild brush. Do not rinse with water. Store in a drawer or cabinet.