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Smith’s PP1 Pocket Pal Multifunction Sharpener, Grey

$8.20 $7.97 (as of September 19, 2017, 9:27 am)

Tapered diamond rod for sharpening serrations and gut hooks
Carbide blades quickly set the edge
Ceramic finishing slot

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Smith’s pocket Friend multi-practical knife sharpener options pre-set crossed carbides and ceramic stones, which give you the best possible part each and every time. Carbides supply fast part surroundings, and the especially formed ceramic stones are designed to come up with a razor sharp part on both usual or serrated edges. A fold out, tapered Spherical, Diamond covered rod is designed for sprucing serrations and small Gut hooks. Unit is compact, light-weight, sturdy, and is derived with a lanyard hole.

Sleek and slender, Smith’s Pocket Friend multi-practical knife sharpener is perfect for backpackers, hikers, hunters, and fishermen who need to make certain their blades have the sharpest part wherever they roam.

PP1 main

Fold-out diamond-covered rod (view higher).

 

PP1 serrated

Great for sprucing serrated blades (view higher).
At a Glance

Smith’s PP1 Pocket Friend Multifunction Sharpener
At a Look:

  • Slim, light-weight, simply pocketable knife sharpener
  • Diamond-covered rod for serrated and usual edges
  • Carbide blades briefly set your edge
  • Ceramic stones come up with a razor sharp edge
  • Preset sprucing angles for guaranteed results
  • Lanyard hole for carrying
At a Glance

The Pocket Friend includes a fold out, tapered Spherical diamond-covered rod for sprucing serrated and usual edges, pre-set carbide blades for briefly restoring a lifeless part, and especially formed ceramic stones for a razor-sharp End. The carbide blades and ceramic stones are reversible and replaceable for prolonged sprucing existence.

The Pocket Friend measures simply 3-half of inches lengthy and 1 inch wide, and it weighs simply 1 ounce. An built-in lanyard hole makes for simple sporting. All the time blank your sharpener with a humid fabric after use and towel dry. Don’t rinse with water.

Carbide Blades: Set the Edge

The carbide blades supply fast part surroundings capacity for uninteresting or broken knives. Those blades are designed to be used on straight edges simplest, and are reversible and replaceable.

Ceramic Stones: End the Edge

Ceramic stones supply a clean, polished part for already sharp knives and can be utilized on serrated or usual blades. They are additionally reversible and replaceable.

Abrasive

  • Tapered Spherical Rod / Medium Diamond: 400 grit
  • Pull-Via / Coarse Ceramic: 600 grit

How to Use the Pocket Pal

Sharpening Slots
  1. Insert knife blade into the V-formed slots at a ninety-level attitude to the sprucing blades or stones.
  2. Pull the knife blade straight back in opposition to you even as applying mild force.
  3. Repeat this action till blade is sharp.
Tapered Diamond Rod: Flat Edges
  1. Always grasp the unit with the rod dealing with down. Place heel of the blade at the diamond rod closest to the unit.
  2. Hold blade at a 23-level attitude to the rod.
  3. While applying mild force, push the knife away from you in opposition to the tip of the rod. Draw knife down in order that the top of the blade comes off the tip of the rod. Repeat this action till blade is sharp.
  4. For the opposite facet of the blade, it is very important transfer hands holding the sharpener and the knife and repeat steps 1 Via 3.
Tapered Diamond Rod: Serrated Edges
  1. Only sharpen the facet of your knife part with the serrations.
  2. Hold rod at 23-level attitude to the blade and transfer it from side to side Via every serration till sharp.

What’s within the Box

Pocket Friend multi-practical knife sharpener

PP1 straight

Specially formed ceramic stones for a razor sharp part (view higher).

Tapered diamond rod for sprucing serrations and gut hooks
Carbide blades briefly set the threshold
Ceramic finishing slot
Preset sprucing angles supply guaranteed effects
Reversible and replaceable carbide bades and ceramic stones; Lanyard hole