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Lansky Puck Sharpener 

“The Puck” really does stop here for axe sharpening with Lansky Puck Sharpener.  The small, pocket sized Lanksy round sharpening stone is easily portable when your out in the woods and your axe blade needs an edge.

Lansky Puck Sharpening Stone Easy To Grip Contoured Shape Provides For Safe Simple Tool Sharpening Coarse And Medium Grit

The Lansky Puck Sharpener is a highly effective, three inch diameter, dual grit, carbide sharpening stone. It measures an inch thick and is ideal for lawn mower 

This pocket-size Lansky Dual Grit Sharpener— also known as “The Puck” — is ideal for sharpening lawn mower blades, machetes, hatchets, axe blades, shovels and spades, and a variety of other cutting and chopping tools.

Axe sharpening puck easy-to-grip, contoured shape provides for safe, simple tool sharpening, and the Dual-Grit design provides a coarse side for quick cutting and shaping, and a medium side for final sharpening and finishing of your edge. Coarse Grit: 120  Medium Grit: 280

Warranty

Lansky Round Sharpening Stone is an excellent sharpening stone for axes includes a limited one-year manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Cleaning Tip for Lansky Axe Puck

If the Puck is “gunked up” I suggest using Nathan’s Honing Oil to help float away the metal fillings and then rub it clean with a cloth. You also could take some Dawn dish soap, a nylon brush and some water and scrub it.

About Lanksy Sharpeners

Lansky Sharpeners is the most recognized name in knife sharpening worldwide. In addition to our legendary Controlled-Angle Sharpening System we continue to develop new sharpening technologies and innovations for: hunting and outdoor sports, kitchen use, as well as the workshop. We are known for our hunting knife sharpeners, and precision sharpening kits.

Customer Reviews

Works well on chopping blades.

One person found this helpful.
 on September 5, 2017
By Punamoke
Works well on chopping blades. I’ve successfully used it on axes, thick parangs, lawnmower blades, and thick machetes. I’ve not used any oil or water, and it seems to be holding up. I probably should have read the directions before I threw away the packaging & instructions.

best buy for sure

8 people found this helpful.
 on February 22, 2016
By marioc63
Exactly what I ordered. Firm. Well built. Tight grains. Fits nicely into the palm of my hand. Lansky, again, did not fail to delight.

Excellent value for the price. Easy to store in a tool box or disaster preparedness kit

 on March 22, 2017
By Shawn M. Paroline
Excellent value for the price. Great for sharpening machetes, axes, hatchets, and lawn mower blades. Ideally, you should use a finer grit for knives, but this works in an emergency.Easy to store in a tool box or disaster preparedness kit. I have four. I keep one in each vehicle and one at home soaked in mineral oil (baby oil).

This is a replacement for one that I had for like 30 years

 on August 9, 2017
By Matt
if you do more than a little bit of axe or hatchet work, then you NEED a Lansky Puck. This is a replacement for one that I had for like 30 years. I dropped the original on the cement floor one time too many. I expect to get the same amount of use out of this one.

Pretty Puckin’ sweet

 on June 30, 2017
By Moose
Just received today, so this review is after only a quick try out. Puck is solid, lightweight with both a course and fine side. Give a quick , Light touch up to my Hultafors trekking ask. Works like a dream! Smooth as butter, leaves are razor sharp edge. Also fits nicely in a Maxpedition dip pouch for protection. Strongly recommend for any ax or hatchet.

Easy to use

 on September 14, 2017
By DJ Green
This is Great! I was hesitant at first because I thought it was just a gimmick, but it does a great job at sharpening axes and machetes. I haven’t used it for anything requiring a finer edge though

Good Sharpener

One person found this helpful.
 on July 27, 2016
By Mahonri
Very gritty on one side and fine on the other. Good size and great price. I bought one before in the past and had to buy again!

Did a great job. After I used it for that which …

 on September 6, 2017
By OkSlim
Used this to put crosshatch marks on a cylinder head. Did a great job. After I used it for that which was why I bought it, I used it on a couple of machetes and axes. Did the job no problems.

Handy, Good "On The Job" Sharpening Stone

 on December 5, 2014
By Mattums
I use this for sharpening axe heads and machetes when I’m out working and it works great. My only complaint is that I wish it was a little bigger. My axes are seriously sharp and I’m always nervous that I’m going to cut the fingertips off of my gloves (or fingers) if my hand slips. I’ve seen some varieties of sharpening pucks with a groove around the outer edge, which seems like a better design. You know, a place to put your fingers so they’re out of the way. I couldn’t find that style on Amazon but am very pleased with this purchase. I didn’t have one of these before and this one does what it advertises… it sharpens. I bought the Norton Sharpening Stone Oil, 4-1/2 fl. ounce can along with this on Amazon. Sharpening with oil gives a much better finished result. Please note that I use this more for an “out in the field” sharpening stone. I have other sharpening tools that I used to perform a more precise sharpening.