With the WorkSharp Guided Field Sharpener you always carry everything you need in order to sharpen your knife. Where you would often choose to take a single sharpening stone or steel with you so you do not have to carry too much space and weight, Work Sharp has made a sharpening tool that is smaller than many other sharpening stones while it still stores 5 sharpening phases and also helps in finding the proper sharpening.
If the fold of a blade has to be repaired you start sharpening on the coarse diamond sharpening surface. Then you take the fine diamond sharpening stone. After this your knife will be sharp but in order to obtain an optimal sharpness, you continue on the turnable ceramic sharpening steel at the side. This has a coarser and finer side that complete the sharpening. Unless you are only satisfied with the very best. If that is the case you use the leather strop for the final polishing work.
Serrated knives also have been thought of. If the cartels are too fine for the large ceramic sharpening steel, there is also a small and thin sharpening steel. This can be used to sharpen fine cartels. The Guided Field Sharpener can be properly held between thumb and forefinger. The handle has exactly the right shape. A lot of thought has also been given to the 'start' of the sharpening stones. These have an angle of inclination of 20 degrees which is a perfect sharpening angle for many knives. It should also be mentioned that the turnable sharpening steel also has a side that is especially meant to sharpen fishing hooks.
The diamond sharpening stones are clamped to the Guided Field Sharpener with a magnet. If you remove them, a small storage space will be visible which contains notches you may use to screw in arrow heads. This extremely versatile sharpening accessory may be rightfully called a 'Swiss pocket knife for your knife'.