Set of 2 stainless guide rails to ease sharpening (kitchen) knives on a water stone. You slide them on the back of your knife and keep a constant angle very naturally. The inside of the guide rails has a plastic insert so that the chance of scratching your knife is minimal. To be sure, you can put a piece of tape on your blade to prevent scratches.
The set consists of 2 guide rails. The big one is for knives with a larger blade, while the small one is used on smaller knives. This provides an optimal sharpening angle.
- Brand: Global, Minosharp
- Type: sharpening guides
- Series: not applicable
- Number: 2 stuks
- Material: stainless steel
- Adjustable in length: no
- Colour: black, grey
- delivered as a set: yes
- Storage box / etui: no
- Country of origin: Japan
- Warranty on materials and manufacturing defects: 25 year
Sharpening a Japanese knife
Japanese knives are sharpened using a much smaller angle than for instance European knives and are sometimes sharpened asymmetrical. Therefore these knives should never been sharpened on a sharpening device design for sharpening using a standard angle. Also we do not recommend sharpening these knives on a regular sharpening steel.
The ways to sharpen Japanese knives are:
- On a fine sharpening stone
- Using a ceramic or diamond coated sharpening steel.
- Using a water sharpener
designed for Japanese knives
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This reviews comes from www.knivesandtools.co.uk and has been translated for you by Google TranslateDoes the job well for me.
This reviews comes from www.knivesandtools.co.uk and has been translated for you by Google TranslateOkay, so I bought these as I wanted to be sure to maintain the same angle on my Global knives. However these are awkward to use. Particularly if you use a big knife (they work okay on little knives). I would recommend avoiding
This reviews comes from www.knivesandtools.co.uk and has been translated for you by Google TranslateThe only downside: their shoulders should implement some replaceable ceramic insert, to durability extents when going up and down on the more grippy stones
This reviews comes from www.knivesandtools.co.uk and has been translated for you by Google TranslateThe rails only work on knives with a straight edge. You have to make sure that the rail is parallel to the end of the blade. If your blades curve at the ends, you cannot use these rails.