Edge Pro Sharpening Product Highlights:
- The Edge Pro Apex 1 Knife Sharpener Kit is designed to sharpen any size or shape of blade, up to 3 ½" wide - including serrated knives.
- The apex stones are custom formulated for efficient metal removal
- This system is convenient and portable and sets up on any smooth non porous surface in seconds.
- Everything fits in to the carrying bag provided.
- Grinders and electric sharpeners can damage your knives - the apex 1 edge pro system offers safe, easy, fast sharpening so you never have to work with a dull blade again!
The Apex system was designed for a knife sharpening experience so easy, fast, and effective that you’ll never have to work with a dull blade again? This patented wet stone system was specifically designed to sharpen any size or shape of blade, up to 3 ½" wide - including serrated knives. No more having to rely on those messy oil stones that gum up over time. Plus the Apex stones in this kit were custom formulated for efficient metal removal. Replacement stones are affordable and everything is made in the USA.
The apex 1 edge pro isn't just about performance - it's also about convenience. The stones are mounted on aluminum backing and can be changed out in seconds. When you’re done, everything fits into a handy carrying bag so you can take your apex sharpener with you wherever you go.
Grinders and electric sharpeners can damage and distort your knives - the apex 1 edge pro system is the safe, easy, and fast way to get razor-sharp blades every time.
Adjustable sharpening angles, from 10, 15, 18, 21, 24, and 27 degrees and infinitely in between.
Manufactured from the highest quality materials in Hood River, Oregon, US.
- Apex Model Edge Pro Sharpening System
- 220 Grit Medium Fine water stone
- 400 Grit Fine water stone
- Micro-fiber Towel
- Water Bottle
- Instructional Manual
- Black Cordura Carrying Case
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Absolutely the best sharpening system I have found, and IÕve tried many. I donÕt need to search any more. For first time sharpening of a knife I start with the coarse diamond, which cuts fast to get the edge at the right angle. For everything after that I use just the 220 and then the 400. I bought finer stones, but donÕt use them. I think I will be buying the super fine diamond for ceramic knives. I have a few, and they have been disappointments so far. If I can get them sharp I will be particularly happy.
Just purchased an Apex after using a friend's "clone" he purchased off e-bay. While the designs of both may be fundamentally similar, the performance and quality of both materials and construction are world's apart. The "clone's" stones do more harm than good (plastic backing instead of aluminum), the plastic used is fragile and brittle, and the parts don't move smoothly and consistently. The real Apex is a precision tool that, with care, will last a lifetime.
I purchased this several months ago and love it. Perfect control of edge angle. I find that resetting the angle is often needed for my older, field sharpened knives, and the knives of my friends, as we have "cheated" many times with our hand sharpening technique, resulting in a progressively more blunt edge. I recommend the coarse stone (120 grit) to reset the edge, but even a coarse stone takes a long time unless it has been freshly cleaned. The silicon carbide stone cleaning process is quick, and worth doing for a clean fast sharpening job. Once the edge angle has been properly set, it's nothing to keep a sharp and beautiful edge.
I purchased the Edge Pro Apex many years ago. It works exactly as advertised. I would highly recommend it.