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Kramer by Zwilling 6 Piece Sharpening Kit

Kramer by Zwilling 6 Piece Sharpening Kit

Item ID: HK-34999-403
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The Kramer by Zwilling 6 Piece Knife Sharpening Kit will help you keep the edges sharp on all of your knives. That makes cooking more enjoyable and easier. Sharpening knife edges by hand can be daunting, but expert knife maker, Bob Kramer, makes it easy. Since Bob is also an expert on sharpening, he worked with Zwilling JA Henckels to create this KRAMER sharpening collection. This useful set has a sharpening and polishing tools that are helpful to every skill level. The sharpening collection from Bob Kramer will help keep all of your knives in great shape.

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The Zwilling JA Henckels 6 piece sharpening set by Bob Kramer has everything you need when you want to use a whetstone to sharpen your knives. This whetstone set has everything you need to extend the life of you knives. It includes the following sharpening essentials:
  • Sharpening Stone #400 grit for repairing or changing the edge
  • Sharpening Stone #1000 grit for fine sharpening
  • Sharpening Stone #5000 grit for extra fine finishing and polishing
  • Adjustable Bamboo Whetstone Sink Bridge creates a sturdy workstation for sharpening
  • Cleaning Stone to polish the water stones to return them to like-new condition
  • Instructional DVD is the definitive guide on how to sharpen from Kramer himself, only available as part of the set
  • Made in Japan
  • Please follow helpful directions included with product in order to ensure that your knives are properly sharpened using the whetstones.
  • Made in Japan

UPC: 035886299071
Brand: Zwilling JA Henckels
  • Please follow helpful directions included with product in order to ensure that your knives are properly sharpened using the whetstones.
  • Be sure to use water during sharpening process.
  • Be careful of the amount of pressure you apply during sharpening. Excessive pressure can damage the knife.

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