Lansky Quick Fix Pocket Sharpener – LCSTC

Lansky’s Quick Fix combines two great sharpening technologies to give you the fastest blade tune-up anywhere. Just 3 or 4 strokes on the tungsten carbide side and your knife is sharp. Or a few quick strokes on the Crock Stick ceramic rods can be used to touch up a blade. It’s that fast! It’s that easy! The compact Quick Fix is small enough for your pocket, tackle box, daypack, briefcase or purse.

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SPECIFICATIONS

UPC Code: 080999098806
Brand Name: Lansky
Model Name: Quick Fix Pocket Sharpener
Manufacturer’s Item Code: LCSTC

Description

Lansky’s Quick Fix combines two great sharpening technologies to give you the fastest blade tune-up anywhere. Just 3 or 4 strokes on the tungsten carbide side and your knife is sharp. Or a few quick strokes on the Crock Stick ceramic rods can be used to touch up a blade. It’s that fast! It’s that easy! The compact Quick Fix is small enough for your pocket, tackle box, daypack, briefcase or purse.

Instructions

Quick Fix Instructions

IMPORTANT: Don’t hurry and pay attention to what you are doing. Sharpening is an inherently hazardous activity.

Before starting, place the sharpener on a solid, flat surface. Hold the unit firmly, keeping your fingers away from the knife blade. Hold the knife straight up and down, as though you are going to slice bread.  Apply moderate pressure when drawing the knife blade through the slots.

Step 1 Draw knife blade through the gray Tungsten Carbide slot 3 – 4 times (fig A) to sharpen the blade.

Step 2 Turn sharpener over and draw the knife blade through the white Crock Stick slot 3 – 4 times  (fig B) to polish the blade.

Step 3 Carefully clean the knife edge.

CAUTION: Read the instructions provided in your Lansky kit before attempting to use any sharpening hone. If you do not have an instruction folder, write or phone Lansky Sharpeners for a copy. Knife sharpening is an inherently dangerous activity. This sharpening stone cannot hurt you but a carelessly handled blade or pointed object can

Be Smart, Be Safe and Stay an Edge Above the Rest!

CAUTION: Knife sharpening is an inherently dangerous activity. Used properly this sharpener cannot hurt you but a carelessly handled blade or pointed object can.