Image not available for
|Price:||CDN$ 14.86 & FREE Shipping on orders over CDN$ 25. Details|
Sleek and slim, Smith's Pocket Pal multi-functional knife sharpener is ideal for backpackers, hikers, hunters, and fishermen who want to ensure their blades have the sharpest edge wherever they roam.
The Pocket Pal features a fold out, tapered round diamond-coated rod for sharpening serrated and standard edges, pre-set carbide blades for quickly restoring a dull edge, and specially shaped ceramic stones for a razor-sharp finish. The carbide blades and ceramic stones are reversible and replaceable for extended sharpening life.
The Pocket Pal measures just 3-1/2 inches long and 1 inch wide, and it weighs just 1 ounce. An integrated lanyard hole makes for easy carrying. Always clean your sharpener with a damp cloth after use and towel dry. Do not rinse with water.
The carbide blades provide quick edge setting capability for dull or damaged knives. These blades are designed for use on straight edges only, and are reversible and replaceable.
Ceramic stones provide a smooth, polished edge for already sharp knives and can be used on serrated or standard blades. They're also reversible and replaceable.
Pocket Pal multi-functional knife sharpener
Specially shaped ceramic stones for a razor sharp edge (view larger).
Super easy to use and makes a blade razor sharp and without burs in seconds. Great little sharpener for that sharpening stone pocket. Practically half the size as well.Published 20 hours ago by Dan
Product received promptly. Very compact and easy to use. Puts a very sharp edge on cutting edges.Published 1 day ago by Kenneth MacDonald
Fits nicely in my pocket, handy to use around the house as well.Published 14 days ago by Charles Fung
Great tool for my EDC bag. It'll sharpen almost any knife or tool.Published 16 days ago by Slim Daddy
Great product. Has come in handy often, although I get many strange looks when I pull it out of my purse.... LOL!Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good, small, portable sharpener for straight beveled and serrated blades. If you are out and using a knife it is very convenient for touching up knife blades. Read morePublished 24 days ago by B. Jenkins