Blade Tech Classic Offer for 4

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£44.95 Inc VAT

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Blade Tech Classic Offer for 4

Blade Tech Classic™ Knife & tool Sharpener Offer - 1 Red, 1 Blue, 1 Black and 1 Silver & canvas belt pouch with each.

  • Anodised finish,
  • Aircraft aluminium body and rivets,
  • Polished tungsten carbide technology,
  • Evermore Lifetime Warranty,
  • 30 day satisfaction guarantee,
  • Made in the UK.

What Can I sharpen with a Blade Tech Classic™?

The Classic will sharpen almost any straight edged knife including hunting knives, kitchen knives, fishing knives, butchery knives, pen knives etc. along with shears, household scissors, loppers, secateurs, scythes, garden edging spades, axes, lawn mower blades and more!

How do I use a Blade Tech Classic™ to sharpen knives?

Place the Blade Tech Classic™ flat and overhanging the edge of a flat surface. Place the knife blade in the centre of the wedge or “v”, and draw the knife downwards with light pressure. This will sharpen both sides of the blade at once. For full instructions on sharpening knives and other tools please see video tutorials on this page. The Classic has definitely earned its title as 'the ultimate knife and tool sharpener' as it re-shapes and sharpens almost any straight edged blade - even the dullest edge and the hardest stainless steel! Weighing just 14 grams and measuring only 75mm x 25mm x 3mm thick means that its ideal for use around the house and garden but is also light and easy to carry with you wherever you go - even on your keys!

Each Blade Tech Classic™ comes with its own canvas belt pouch, 30 day satisfactory guarantee and Blade Tech™'s Evermore Warranty which guarantees against defects due to workmanship or materials.

Additional information

Weight0.3 kg
Dimensions26 × 15 × 8 cm

4 reviews for Blade Tech Classic Offer for 4

  1. DaveD

    When my sharpener was delivered, I took it from the packaging and thought it was a joke, it was so small – but not too small to use!! I still can’t believe to this day that it does what it does. It it the only sharpener I use for my knives and scissors. It is so easy to use and so portable – I keep it on my keys because I use it every day

  2. Hunter jack.

    This is a very useful tool if you are out in the field and need to restore the edge of your knife without having to take your best water stone with you! It does the job of sharpening your knife well but in my opinion, if you want to get a really good edge and don’t mind paying for the privilege, get a Lansky sharpening system and a strop. It’s not cheap to buy the kit but I don’t think you can get a better edge. After I’ve finished with the fine stone on the Lansky system, I strop the blade using Solvol Autosol metal polish as I find this works best. It gives an absolutely astonishing edge!

  3. John Fenna – BCUK (BushcraftUK) Magazine

    Made in North Wales, this home-grown knife and tool sharpener will quickly sharpen the bluntest of non-serrated knife blades, axes, scissors, secateurs, etc. and can be used left or right handed equally easily.

    The Blade-Tech knife and tool sharpener measures only approx 3” x 1” and is as light as you like, comprising 2 blocks of tungsten carbide riveted onto a hard anodised aluminium “handle”. These tungsten carbide wedges are mirror-finished and set to give a V-notch where they cross. Drawing your blade through this notch sharpens both sides of the blade, but for scissors you use the notch between handle and carbide to sharpen just one side to give the correct blade geometry. Full instructions are given, and it is very straightforward.

    The tungsten carbide blocks really do remove steel from a blade surprisingly easily, and even the lightest pressure when using the sharpener is very effective. Using excessive pressure will take off steel too fast and can wreck your blade, so be careful! As with all sharpeners, getting a good technique takes practice – in this case not too much – to get the best results.

    If the blade you are sharpening with the Blade Tech has been honed to a different angle than that of the Blade-Tech setting, you may find it takes a while to re-profile the edge, but after the first sharpening it will only take a couple of light strokes to put a shaving edge back on your blade.

    Light, compact and frighteningly efficient, the Blade-Tech knife and tool sharpener is available in 4 colours, comes with a belt pouch and full instructions and costs £10.

  4. John Sides

    I would just like to say how impressed I am with your product, its simplicity and effectiveness are amazing, my kitchen knives are a sheer effortless pleasure to work with, its compactness and versatility are also a major advantages too, keep up the good work !

    Yours sincerely,
    John Sides.

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