Lansky PS-MED01 BladeMedic Knife Sharpener

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Dull knives got you down?  No matter how great your kitchen knives are, they all need some maintenance.  Bring ’em back to life with Lansky PS-MED01 BladeMedic.

Lansky Blade Sharpener is the first Responder for Field Repairs on all types of Knife Blades. It’s like having an entire Sharpening Kit right in your Pocket-Able to tackle Regular or Serrated Blades, Gut Hooks, Hunting, Fishing, just about any Knife.

Lansky blade sharpener includes two v-sharpeners, a fold-out sharpening rod, and a ceramic sharpening edge for serrated knives, all in a handheld package that can fit into any kitchen drawer.

Customer Reviews

Small, effective, but heavy

515 people found this helpful.
 on January 8, 2013
By Thomas Coffey
Lansky’s PS-MED01 looks very much like Smith’s Pocket Pal, which I have used and recommended as a good kit item for blade repair and quick sharpening of most blades. But the Smith has a plastic body while the Lansky’s is metal, so the Lansky is heavier.

5 stars because I really can’t find anything wrong with it

30 people found this helpful.
 on March 17, 2016
By Omar
First of all I am not an expert on sharpening knifes and my plan for this tool is to compliment my hiking backpack gear. That being said, the purpose of this review is to describe how satisfied I am with the product and perhaps help you decide if this is the tool for you as well.

Worth every penny!

27 people found this helpful.
 on July 6, 2015
By CavanhaMan
Exceptional sharpener – easy to use and really makes a good yarn on the blades!

A great tool to have in the field!

6 people found this helpful.
 on March 9, 2016
By Barnacle Bill The Sailor
Wow! My father and grandfather were both carpenters. I grew up using a whetstone, oil, and a leather strop to sharpen blades. And that works great when you’re at home on a bench. But it’s not really an option when you’re far from home in the woods. And it takes me about 10 min to put a razor sharp edge on a blade that’s in good shape. For some tools in some circumstances it’s just not worth the time to go use a whetstone.

Good. I like it.

3 people found this helpful.
 on September 12, 2017
By Peridot Antlers
I found this easy to use. I sharpened all the knives in the kitchen and ran out of things to sharpen.

Heavy, but a good tool

4 people found this helpful.
 on November 29, 2016
By Spiv
Weight: 99.2 grams

Good For What It Is

4 people found this helpful.
 on December 11, 2015
By F. T. K.
The first thing I want to say is that if you want to keep your knives sharper than a typical low-price, from-the-factory edge then you WILL need more than just this sharpener.

I’d buy this over and over again.

One person found this helpful.
 on August 20, 2017
By EricF
I’ve tried out many of these compact type sharpeners. Most haven’t been very impressive to say the least.

A quick Sharpening tool from Lansky! A must have for blade enthusiasts.

One person found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2017
By T O N Y.3K
If your a knife collector or just have a bunch of kitchen knives that really needs to be sharpened, this very easy to use, very self-explanatory, blade sharpener from Lansky is a must have for quick blade sharpening. Was surprised how quickly it had sharpened my Kershaw fatback style pocket knife. Literally four even strides through the Carbide sharpener, than couple strides through the Ceramic slot for even a finer sharpen, and my knife was even sharper than when i had received it! And for knives with a serrated edges comes with the extra ‘flip knife’ style sharpening rod for mainly small to medium style blades, and maybe some larger fixed blades. This sharpener from Lansky is very convenient to have around the garage or your tool box. The apparatus is made of all steel, kind of heavy but just shows how durable it would be from drops, or from just rattling around in your tool box. Great item! It is just as advertised, and the pricing is decent and acceptable.

Great pocket sharpener

114 people found this helpful.
 on July 2, 2014
Great pocket sharpener works as well as large sharpening stones. Easy to use and versatile this sharpener works on all blades. Small lightweight, pack able yet fits securely in hand while in use. Carbide and ceramic V sharpeners work great for thinner blades, ceramic bar and diamond rod for serrated blades. The diamond rod uses two magnets to retain the rod in the handle and keep it open while in use. The magnet causes the rod to stick to the edge of the blade while sharpening making it easier to use. I chose the Blade Medic over the similar Smiths pocket pal because the Blade medic is all metal construction and it comes with a ceramic sharpening bar on the top that the pocket pal does not have. I have used the Blade Medic to sharpen the following blades with great success: Swiss army knife, Ka-Bar BK14, Cutco kitchen knives, cold steel B&T, Canadian belt knife, Mora companion HD, and OKC SP8.