EZE-Lap Diamond Sharpener

$12.00

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Several attendees at Tool Care sharpening demonstrations wanted to purchase their own sharpeners, so we’ve added this model to our inventory.

This EZE-LAP model features a Fine 600 ¾” wide by 2″ long sharpening area, and an overall 6″ length. Fine 600 grit can handle 98 percent of your sharpening needs, with sufficient abrasive ability to hone a dull knife or put a fast razor sharp finish on an edge. The red plastic handle includes a hanging hole.

EZE-LAP has a patented heat treatment process that bonds the highest quality industrial grade diamond particles in a stainless alloy, to a metal substrate. This process creates a surface that measures around 72 on the Rockwell hardness scale; and results in a Diamond sharpener that will work on high tech blade steels, as well as tool steel, and most ceramic, carbide, and hardened materials.

  • If you are unfamiliar with sharpening tools it is Strongly recommended you attend or view a tool sharpening demonstration before sharpening tools on your own
  • Quite portable
  • Easy to use
  • Very affordable
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