I designed the Stay Sharp Broadhead sharpening guide back in 2015 and almost since day one, we have been asked 2 question over and over. "Does it work on knives?" and "Do you make a knife sharpening guide"
The more shows we attend, the more we get those questions. To that end we have been working on a knife sharpening guide.
If you have bought a knife sharpener, What made you open your wallet? As a maker of a broadhead sharpening guides, the most common question we get is "will it work on knives?" and "do you make a knife sharpener?" Its been such an ongoing and constant request, we have been in the design phase of a knife sharpening guide.
The drivers thus far have been (in particular order)
1. Price point (we want to make a low cost sharpening solution. Call it being cheap or wanting a bargain, its clear bowhunters dislike parting with their money. )
2. Ease of use
3. Wide variety of guided honing angles (7 to be exact, 17, 19, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 degrees because everybody has a preference they don't want to break with)
5. handle up to an 8 inch kitchen knife blade.
6. diamond material removing/honing. (stones are great and all but slow and time is money)
So after a few prototypes, this is what we have arrived at. We continue to tweek.
After sharpening a few blades I came to the conclusion that the experience could be improved with the addition of a base that supports the sharpening guide so we designed one.
Last Edit: Oct 4, 2017 7:03:21 GMT -6 by Ron Kulas