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Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker Diamond Sharpener - Set of 2 (Diamond Coarse) 204D

Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker Diamond Sharpener - Set of 2 (Diamond Coarse) 204D Knife Image Thumb
MSRP: $87.00
Our Price: $60.90
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Item #BHQ-6582
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Specifications

  • Brand:Spyderco
  • Length:7.00"
  • Width:0.50"
  • Material:Carbide
  • Type:Stone
  • Model:Sharpmaker
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Product Type:Sharpener
  • Weight:0.30 oz.
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Specifications

  • Brand:Spyderco
  • Length:7.00"
  • Width:0.50"
  • Material:Carbide
  • Type:Stone
  • Model:Sharpmaker
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Product Type:Sharpener
  • Weight:0.30 oz.
Description

These steel triangles are blanketed in a bonding agent then covered in diamond particles. Diamond hard abrasives are recommended when you wish to remove stock, for restoration purposes and to aggressively re-shape, re-bevel and re-profile a cutting edge.

TriAngle stones are 7"x.5" (178mm x 13mm). Sold in a pair.

This item is designed for use with the Spyderco Triangle Sharpmaker.

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Customer Reviews

Almost wonderful
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Samuel T.
07-31-2019
These are fantastic for removing lots of material. I ordered these for working with s110v and they have no issue removing steel fast.

They are a little big, and require some gentle force when inserting them into the SM. I wish that they were made to fit the SM better, after spending $50+.
Kinda Weird
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Jozef J.
07-29-2019
These guys are legit. Kinda weird though. They are a metal rod with a diamond coat on them so sharpen lightly with it. A little pressure goes a long way or you could ruin the stones. It's an odd feeling pressing so lightly but they work like a charm. Great for harder steels.
Must have!
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Hansen M.
02-20-2019
If youíre buying knives with steels that arenít S30V or better you donít need these. The regular Medium and Fine stones will work fine. If youíre a knife snob that has the best steels, then this is a must have. My Sage 1 came with a janky edge and I couldnít fix it until I got the diamond stones. Donít press too hard, take your time they work like magic.
I couldn't do without these
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David O.
12-04-2018
I couldn't do without these. I have had a pair for many years now and they're starting to wear out so I'm asking for new ones for Christmas.
To use them correctly don't press too hard. Let the stones do the work and they will last a long time.
i usually get mine wet before using but I don't think you have to.
I use them for knives that are really dull to get the beveled edge back before going to the coarse and fine stones. I also have a set of the extra fine.
Nope
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Jesse S.
08-06-2018
Don't buy
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Description
Specifications
Reviews

These steel triangles are blanketed in a bonding agent then covered in diamond particles. Diamond hard abrasives are recommended when you wish to remove stock, for restoration purposes and to aggressively re-shape, re-bevel and re-profile a cutting edge.

TriAngle stones are 7"x.5" (178mm x 13mm). Sold in a pair.

This item is designed for use with the Spyderco Triangle Sharpmaker.

Read More
Show Less

Specifications

  • Brand:Spyderco
  • Length:7.00"
  • Width:0.50"
  • Material:Carbide
  • Type:Stone
  • Model:Sharpmaker
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Product Type:Sharpener
  • Weight:0.30 oz.
Almost wonderful
SSSSS
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Samuel T.
07-31-2019
These are fantastic for removing lots of material. I ordered these for working with s110v and they have no issue removing steel fast.

They are a little big, and require some gentle force when inserting them into the SM. I wish that they were made to fit the SM better, after spending $50+.
Kinda Weird
SSSSS
SSSSS
Jozef J.
07-29-2019
These guys are legit. Kinda weird though. They are a metal rod with a diamond coat on them so sharpen lightly with it. A little pressure goes a long way or you could ruin the stones. It's an odd feeling pressing so lightly but they work like a charm. Great for harder steels.
Must have!
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Hansen M.
02-20-2019
If youíre buying knives with steels that arenít S30V or better you donít need these. The regular Medium and Fine stones will work fine. If youíre a knife snob that has the best steels, then this is a must have. My Sage 1 came with a janky edge and I couldnít fix it until I got the diamond stones. Donít press too hard, take your time they work like magic.
I couldn't do without these
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SSSSS
David O.
12-04-2018
I couldn't do without these. I have had a pair for many years now and they're starting to wear out so I'm asking for new ones for Christmas.
To use them correctly don't press too hard. Let the stones do the work and they will last a long time.
i usually get mine wet before using but I don't think you have to.
I use them for knives that are really dull to get the beveled edge back before going to the coarse and fine stones. I also have a set of the extra fine.
Nope
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Jesse S.
08-06-2018
Don't buy
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