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Lansky shapes their “Puck” sharpening stone to fit comfortably in your hand and makes it small enough to slip into your pocket so you’ll have it around when you need to touch up your shovels, hatchets, axes, mower blades, or whatever other edged tool you’re using outdoors.

The Puck has a coarse grit side for fixing nicks and shaping edges and a medium grit side for final honing. It retails for $8.

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2 Responses to The Lansky Puck Sharpening Stone

  1. D. Eldridge says:

    This reminds me of the bench stones machinists use.

  2. ReginaPhalange says:

    Re: D. Eldridge
    It’s more than machinists using benchstones. There’s a whole world of knife enthusiasts, many of whom still keep their blades sharp the old fashioned way–bench stones and strops. I’m one of them. ­čÖé

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