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  • Crossed Carbide Blades Provide Quick Edge Setting
  • Crossed Ceramic Rods Provide a Razor Sharp Edge
  • Preset Sharpening Angles Provide Guaranteed Results
  • Non-Slip Rubber Feet for Added Safety.
  • Excellent for use on all types of knives, especially filet knives.

Price: $5.99


    Smith’s 2-Step Knife Sharpener features two tungsten carbide blades with pre-set angles to ensure the perfect edge every time. Three or four strokes through the carbide sharpening slots will restore the edge on a very dull knife. The two crossed ceramic rods also have pre-set angles and provide a smooth finished edge to already sharp knives. It is lightweight, portable, comes with a lanyard hole, and has non-slip rubber feet for added safety. Excellent for use on all types of knives, especially filet knives.



    California’s Proposition 65 Warning:

    This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.


    1. Caution: Always rest your sharpener on a sturdy flat surface, never on your leg, and keep fingers behind finger guard or injury could occur.
    2. Insert knife blade into the slot at a 90-degree angle to the sharpener.
    3. Pull your knife blade straight back towards you while applying light pressure.
    4. Repeat this action until blade is sharp.
    5. Care: Always clean your sharpener after use. Rinse with water and towel dry.

    Capt. Boot

    • Portable does great
    • non yet
    Love these I have one My friends do and I recommend them to my charter guests on the boat .. BUT be Cautious I did order one on amazon It looked cheaper worked cheaper had no name or markings on it . Imported COPY it also has a chain on it . Smith doesn't put a chain .. They do import some of theirs BUT THIS IS A COPY BEWARE....... Make sure they make great unit.

    Small device does the trick...every time.

    West Lafayette, IN
    • Stable. Easy to use.
    • Should be sold in pairs at the price.
    I have had a dozen or so of this type of small, easy to use sharpeners. Fiskars, Rapala/Normark, Lanskey, and a bunch of "off-brands." This one ranks toward the top of the heel. All of these tools--except the ones with cheap & irregular carbide bits--do the job and are easy to use. What sets the Smith's apart is its knife tip clearance and its stability when holding it to the tabletop/countertop while sharpening. The body of the sharpener sits more stable than most of the other competitors I have tried. It also has "just enough" room to clear a long blade's tip from the countertop when pulling. Some less expensive units cut costs by using a smaller, shorter body and the knife comes swishing out of the sharpener as you pull it, dips, and hits the counter top. Smith's has plenty of real estate to hold on to, but it's those flatter top & bottom surfaces on which it sits that makes it more stable and safer.

    Good product.

    Centralia, Il
    Good product but I wish it did not say China on it.

    Tried & Torture Tested, The Best Knife Sharpener Ever

    The only knife sharpener you'll ever need... Mine is 12yrs old, been to Iraq & back w/me on 2 operations, it's been hunting in VA, WV, PA, MD, ND&SD to name a few, gone w/me on week long hikes, camping, basically any time I have a knife w/me & it's in the tool box on my truck right now... I've used it countless times & seriously put it to the test in all conditions & still it's never failed to bring a blade to a razors edge! One great MADE IN THE USA product, awesome design & the highest quality materials. I'd easily give it 10 stars if I could

    Excellent Sharpener

    I've got 4 of these - one in each backpack. I've carried them for about 10yrs while hunting. I've sharpened and resharpened knives during game butchering. My only regret is not engraving my name in them - my friends seem to "acquire" mine on almost every trip.