Shop by Brand
 
Shop by Category

Charlies Wheel Slicing Edge Standard Sharpening Kit, (8 X.75 Kit, 1/2 Hole) Includes Grit Wheel and Polishing Wheel

MANUFACTURER: Slicing Edge Sharpeners
SKU:
CW1  MPN: 1
Retail Price: $36.95
Our Price:
$27.95
You Save: $9.00 (24%)

Qty: - +
   - OR -   

Charlies Wheel Slicing Edge Standard Kit, 8 X.75 Kit, 1/2 Hole.

Charlie's Wheel Slicing Edge Sharpening System. Contains sharpening wheel and polishing wheel made to fit any 1/2 inch shaft bench grinder. Use these wheels to put a professional quality, razor sharp, burr-free edge on your cutlery. Each 8 in. x 3/4 in. wheel will sharpen 300-400 knives before requiring reconditioning. Includes one CW-2 reconditioning kit. Easy to use. Grinder not included.

Specifications:

  • 1 gritted sharpening wheel (220 grit silicon carbide). 5/8 inch hole in center.
  • 1 slotted polishing wheel. 5/8 inch hole in center.
  • 2 bushing adapters if needed to adapt to 1/2 inch hole in center.
  • 2.5 ounces of white rouge... used to polish the knife edge.
  • 2 ounces of goose grease... used to lubricate the sharpening wheel to reduce heat.
  • 2 ounces of 220 silicon carbide grit... used to refurbish the sharpening wheel 3-4 times. That's enough to sharpen over 1500 times!

Add Your Review


Your Rating: 1 (poor)  5 (excellent)
Your Review: The most helpful reviews contain specific examples about:
• How you use the product
• Things that are great about it
• Details you would have liked to have known before purchasing
Your Name:
Email Address:
Note: Your email address will not be shared with anyone.
Ed Rash on 11/10/2016 07:15pm
Very easy to learn to use, great to have sharp knives again, the wife loves it even more, sharp, sharp, sharp.
dsc on 09/20/2016 02:45pm
I had to practice to get the hang of it but once I figured it out it was easy. Now I can very quickly get extremely sharp edges on all of my knives and on our family's kitchen knives. I am very pleased with the purchase. I have successfully sharpened about 3 dozen knives, several with long blades over 8" and still there is no sign of losing effectiveness on the gritted wheel.
Wesley M. on 06/20/2016 07:31am
If you want razor sharp knives, this is the easiest way to do it. I won't use anything else.
NM on 06/14/2016 03:28pm
Wow. If the more expensive Razor Sharp wheels work better, I'd lose a finger. These rock. five minute learning curve.
Ed Skutshek on 04/07/2016 10:15am
I recieved this paper wheel sharpening kit for Christmas, Installed it on my grinder to give it a try. Some friends had said it worked great for them But you know one's a fisherman and they keep their knifes sharp with stones I guess Anyhow after the first knife I had the angle down flat and within an hour every knife in my house was razor sharp I mean shaving paper off an 1/8 of an inch at a time. I'm ordering a couple more to send to my brothers. It's great I mean razor sharp!!!! And easy like 2 minutes a knife.
Todd Morrison on 10/29/2015 12:56pm
Sharp as a razor! Well worth the money, best sharpening wheels I have ever used.
Nick Portella on 04/06/2015 02:20pm
These paper wheels work well on most grinders to sharpen virtually any edged tools and all kinds of knives. The gritted wheel is simple to use--at least until you have to replace the grit. Then it takes a bit of practice. (Watch a few youtube videos first.) The slotted wheel is very good for the final polish. It's like a paper strop. However, because it's slotted, if the knife is held against the wheel with the rotation in the wrong direction, the blade will catch in the slots and snap the blade off. When the blade is snapped off, the wheel will hurl it across the room. The lesson here is make sure every time the blade touches the wheel the orientation is correct. Paper wheels are easy to damage. Minor damage can be sanded off and the wheel redressed. I like paper wheels because they are an inexpensive way to sharpen a knife far better than pull through sharpeners, and they work almost as well as the Japanese water wheels and leather strop wheels.
J Anderson on 08/27/2014 12:47pm
I have always done all my sharpening by hand using Arkansas stones; a grinding wheel was used only when a completely re-cut edge was needed. These wheels literally can make almost any blade razor sharp. The best part is that because of the hard paper wheels, it is really difficult to damage a blade, unlike a stone grinding wheel. I was reluctant to mount 8 inch wheels on a 6 inch grinder, but it works perfectly, allowing the extra space needed for a large knife.
Your Name:
Your Email:
Friends Name:
Friends Email:
Subject:
Message:
Related Products

Perfection for both product and transaction. Thank you.
--Michael A. - Stafford Springs, CT