Lansky LPUCK Dual Grit Multi-Purpose Puck (Coarse/Medium Grit) Axe Sharpening Stone LSPK

MANUFACTURER: Lansky Sharpeners

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This pocket-size Lansky Dual-Grit, Multi-Purpose Sharpener is ideal for sharpening lawn mower blades, machetes, hatchets, axe blades, shovels and spades plus a variety of other cutting and chopping tools. The contoured shape of this axe sharpening puck makes it easy to grip, and it provides for safe, simple tool sharpening. Dual-Grit sharpening surfaces provide a coarse (120 grit) side for quick cutting and shaping, and a medium (280 grit) side for final sharpening and finishing of your edge.

Versatile Use: This handy sharpening stone is perfect for honing a wide range of every day tools, from knives, to machetes, axes, shovels, and even lawnmower blades! If it's supposed to cut or chop, but has lost its edge, this sharpens!

Compact Size: This Lansky knife sharpener fits right in your pocket so you can carry it anywhere! Store it with your camping supplies, in your workshop, or alongside your pocket knife sharpening tool kit.

Safe Grip: The contoured shape provides an easy grip for safe handling and makes a good sharpener for knives, or other sharp objects by protecting users from potential accidents. Simple Design: The double sided Dual-Grit construction consists of a 120 coarse grit for speedy shaping, and a 280 medium grit for further refining blades into renewed edges that feel good to use!

A Must-Have Tool: With its versatilility, compact size, safe grip, and simple design, anyone can use this powerfully effective knife sharpening stone. For best results, use with Lansky's Nathan's Natural Honing Oil (not included) to help protect the stone and preserve your blade.

Lansky Sharpeners - LPUCK Specifications:

  • Overall Length:
    3.00 in.
  • Width:
    3.00 in.
  • Thickness:
    1.00 in.
  • Material:
  • Grit:
    Medium (280) and Coarse (120)
  • Weight:
    6.10 oz.
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  • Brand:
  • Model:
    Puck Dual Grit Sharpening Stone
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Instructions - USING THE PUCK

Step 1 - Firmly grip the tool to be sharpened or lock in vise to prevent slipping. If desired, apply a few drops of Lansky’s Nathan’s Natural Honing Oil to the grit on the side of The Puck which will be used to sharpen.

Step 2 - Grasp The Puck firmly with thumb and fingers, supporting it by the palm of the strong hand. Move The Puck in a circular motion, overlapping the circles as you move along the entire cutting edge to be sharpened. For the best results maintain a consistent angle while sharpening.

Step 3 - Work one whole side of the tool’s edge before repeating the sharpening procedure on the other edge.


1. For badly worn, nicked or very dull edges, use the coarse grit side of The Puck first. To apply a finer edge, repeat the process with the medium grit side of The Puck

2. If tools to be sharpened merely need a touch-up or dressed edge, skip the step with the coarse grit and use only the medium grit side.

After extended use, metal shavings will build up on The Puck and be visible as dark grey masses that will start to make The Puck feel smoother. To remove the metal build-up, apply a few drops of honing oil on to the affected area and gently spread with your finger. After about a minute, the oil will have lifted the metal shavings to the surface and they can be wiped off with a lint-free cloth. For larger amounts of build-up, multiple applications of oil and wiping may be necessary.

Be Smart, Be Safe and Stay... An Edge Above the Rest!

CAUTION: Knife sharpening is an inherently dangerous activity. Used properly this sharpener cannot hurt you but a carelessly handled blade or pointed object can.

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David Pedersen on 02/21/2024 03:31pm
Just a great sharpener. Nothing more to say.
Craig V on 01/03/2022 04:53pm
Delivery was prompt and on time. The stones are exactly as advertised.
Peter W. on 09/16/2021 11:10am
Just starting out with this stone, not using water or oil just dry. It seems to repair and hone an axe decently well, with practice. Recommend using a vise to secure the axe/tool and bringing the puck to the blade carefully, with those classic concentric circles. Use bright light to see the dust on the stone, thats a good way to make sure you are actually grinding the edge.
I honestly wish it was that much finer, but that's user negligence not picking a proper honing stone as well. Dont expect this to be creating razor sharp edges. Its a basic dual grit coarse/medium repair stone, and its a great deal for what it is.
Bruce Osterberg on 08/30/2021 10:51am
Very nice sharpener. Rough side and soft side. I used it to sharpen my dull and rusted hatchet and it created a very nice sharp edge. I did not use the Lansky oil like they recommended and it still came out fine.
John Brehm on 08/23/2016 02:48pm
Love the dual grit. Now my axes and machetes are razor sharp.
Mark S. on 06/14/2016 01:05pm
ve used it pretty strenuously for the last couple of years and it's still keeping my tools sharp. Great product!
Dave Coble on 04/01/2016 04:14pm
The dual grit is excellent for keeping my axes sharp in the field. I keep it in my pack whenever I go to harvest trees in my forest for firewood.
Terry Booker on 11/24/2015 02:01pm
Great sharpener for my axe and hatchet. My hatchet is so sharp now that I can feather sticks.
Earl on 11/04/2015 09:28am
I use it to hone my axes and hatchet, and so far it's worked great.
Ken Schneider on 10/20/2015 04:43pm
Your last blade sharpener! Bought this one to replace original puck given to a neighbor.
Ray Furey on 09/15/2015 11:58am
Very nice sharpener. Rough side and soft side. I used it to sharpen my dull and rusted hatchet and it created a very nice sharp edge. I didn't use the Lanskys oil like they recommended and it still came out fine so that's not absolutely necessary.
Steve Gardner on 10/01/2014 11:13am
Nice stone for hatchets and axes. Easy to carry and has two grits.
Chuck McGee on 09/23/2014 02:36pm
This stone can't be beat if you use your axe or machete a lot! The round shape gives you a good gripping surface and lets you use it without getting the uneven wear that long rectangular stones get.
DD Sevilla on 07/29/2014 09:44am
This product works great. I soaked it in mineral oil to serve as a flux that would keep the stone free of excess steel filings. The dual sides work well to bring a dulled (but not fully blunted) edge back to sharp. A few passes on the coarser side followed by a few light passes on the smooth side work quite effectively. The round shape and the fact that the stone fits in the palm of the hand make sharpening large, curved or odd-shaped blades much easier.

However, the round shape and beveled edges do make it more difficult to sharpen smaller blades (4" or less) than a standard rectangular stone with slab sides would be. For large camp knives, machetes, axes, hatchets and the like though, the Lansky Puck is just the ticket!
Carlos M on 03/28/2014 01:11pm
I keep this to sharpen my granfors bruks axe or my condor machete in the field. It is a light weight easy to pack solution for keeping your gear sharp in the field. It is also very useful when sharpening anything with a curve in it that you cant get to with a regular sharpening stone. Would recommend to anyone with any large cutting tools that they want to keep sharp.
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Fantastic seller service with timely delivery in Europe and just as expected high-quality product.
-Carlos J - Pozuelo de Alarcon, SPAIN

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