The V-Sharp CLASSIC II ELITE is the same extremely popular Warthog Sharpeners flagship, Classic II, with added styling that really makes it stand out from the crowd in home kitchens, at the hunting camp, and even on the deck boat. .
The V-Sharp CLASSIC II ELITE is equipped with three adjustable quick release angles (20°, 25° and 30°). Features two 325-grit double-sided diamond rods and finishing steels that simultaneously sharpen both sides of the blade. The pencil sharpener weighs just over 1 pound and has a handcrafted metal frame and powder coated finish. Warthog has changed the base of this classic by equipping it with a solid wood base. Four rubber pads also keep the unit stable and protect the surface below. The wooden base adds to the overall presentation and keeps everything stable and solid.
How does it work
Pull the blade back in a cutting motion all the way through and out of the sharpener, keeping the blade flat against the blade guide. This movement is all that is needed to achieve a constant angle from the heel to the tip of the blade. After sharpening to a razor-sharp edge, turn the sharpeners over with the steel side up and increase the angle by one notch (5°) to finish the blade with a razor edge.
Next time you get a Warthog sharpener, make it ELITE!
V Sharp Classic II-ELITE
- 3 adjustable angles (20°, 25°, 30°)
- 325 grit natural diamond rods
- Metal frame construction
- Durable powder coat finish.
- Solid wood base.
- Finishing Steels (Included)
- Black, Metallic Grey, Red
- 1 year warranty
- Weight = 25 ounces (709 grams)
- MSRP: $99.99
For over 20 years Warthog Blade Sharpeners has been manufacturing and exporting high quality diamond knife sharpeners. Warthog was established in 1999 with the goal of creating an innovative and world-first knife sharpener that would deliver better results than any competitor on the market. Treat your blades with the respect and care they deserve. We have done extensive research on various types of blade sharpeners and the results may surprise you. Microscopic pictures of the edges show just how much damage traditional sharpeners can do.
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