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Rapala 2-Stage Knife Sharpener

   

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Keep your favorite fillet knife razor sharp with this easy-to-use Rapala® 2-Stage Knife Sharpener. Designed with 2-sided finger grooves and safety edges to protect your fingers from the blade, this 2-Stage Sharpener features a coarse grade for the hefty bite, and a finer grade for the final honing. Imported.

  • 2-sided finger grooves
  • Safety edges
  • Coarse grade/Fine grade
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keep it sharp this is one handy dandy item. i use it before i filet a batch of fish. makes the job easy and cuts through fish like butter. a sharp knife is the best way to safely get the job done. June 19, 2010
Nice hone! Once you get an edge on your blade and you want to keep it nice and sharp, run it through this little hone a few times and it will bring back a nice sharp edge. Now if your blade is really dull, your not gonna bring it back with this sharpener, you will have to run on a stone, or file,or whatever you sharpen your blades with, but this hone will maintain sharp edge! Tight lines, and be safe! December 27, 2011
Sharpener This thing really works. I not only use my fillet knives on fish, I also use them to bone out my deer. Run your knife through this sharpener a few times and your edge is back. This was one of those good purchases. November 18, 2008
great value I had purchased this sharpner to put in my tackel box just for the size of it and the fact that it was a good price I used it as soon as it arrived and am very happy with it. it sharpend my knife better then i had expected especialy for the price it is very compact and dose a great job. I would highly recommend this. February 21, 2011
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I also viewed another sharpening tool that was a few dollars more, and was just wondering what kind of material this item was made of.. and how long will it last before it wears out.
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I don't know what materials the stones are made of but this sharpener does a wonderful job sharpening our knives. The price is very reasonable also; and it lasts a long time even when we use it a lot.
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I have one and the sticks inside appear to be ceramic. It works good if the knife is not too dull. Use it to touch up the blade periodically and it works great.
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IT IS A LITTLE LARGER THAN A SQUARE CRACKER AND FITS INTO A TACKLE BOX WELL.
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It is about 3 inches long and about 3 inches wide. It is maybe 1/2 inch thick and should fit into just about any tackle box.
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2"x2" very compact will easily fit in tackle box
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its about 2 by 2and a half inches
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yes it is very compact fits nicely in with my other tools
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Yes it's small enough for a tackle box.
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Yes, the sharpener will fit in the bulk storage area on most tackle boxes.
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