Bear Grylls Field Sharpener
Encased in a smooth, hard plastic cover the Bear Grylls Knife Sharpener fits easily in your pocket. The handle is made of grippy rubber for secure holding in wet or cold conditions. Two rod shaped diamond-coated sharpeners allow you to sharpen the serrated sections of your knife. Coarse Carbide and Fine Ceramic inserts will get your fine edge blade in shape. Your Survival Series Field Sharpener will likely be the only one you’ll ever need.
- Overall Length: 4.5"
- Total Weight: 2.3 oz.
- Steel Type: SS416 Grit 400
- Coarse Carbide Insert
- Fine Ceramic Insert
- Hard Plastic Cover
- Pocket Size
- Grippy Handle
- Sharpens Fine Edge & Serrated Blades
- Priorities of Survival Guide
I bought this sharpener about three weeks ago for my ultimate. The rods work well but the slots in my opinion, are not all that great. I don't care much for the rip style slots , but I do compliment on the size and rubber grip at the handle. It's great to throw in your pack and looks cool, but it has some flaws. I gave this product three stars because it could be improved and because there are some better options out there.
I got this after seeing all the good reviews but when i used it it made the blade on my ultimate knife dull and rough
And hope you never need to use it. This sharpener will put a decent edge on a knife, but nothing compared to what a good mounted system will do for you. Keep it as away of being able to keep a blade serviceable in a pinch.
The quality of this product doesn't seem to bad. But my work sharp guided field sharpener has much better features but is a little bigger. And I am not a huge fan of rip style sharpeners. They seem to chip the edge after a while
It works really well on the larger knives but on the smaller ones it doesn't seem to work as well. overall I don't think it was a bad purchase
Bought this sharpener for my ultimate. It sharpened my scout better than any other sharpener I ever used.
i got it a while back and used it on my cold steel GI tanto and it works amazing
I agree with other posts, I would pay $15 just to use the rods, (the 2 stars I awarded this sharpener) they will "fade" however after about a year of solid use as they are only coated but STAY AWAY from the carbide and ceramic slots. They all but ruined my AUS8 secondary knife and I didn't even try it on my primary SD-carry in fear of dulling that blade. There are MUCH better options out there for "field carry" sharpeners IMO.
I like the product, the first time I used it worked fine but now is failing much
I bought this and brought it home and sharpened my old fixed blade knife, a 25 year old buck and even a dull kutchen knife, just to test it and it works great!
the rods work great on serrations but the slots both ceramic and carbide do nort work my sog ealpup and my kershaw pocket knife have become dull after using this
just got this and it sharpened my Gerber Instant pretty darn good. glad i bought it.
im getting this with my ultimate knife to sharpen it, the reason i gave it 4 stars is because it does not last as long as a pocket pal
the rods are coated, so they will run out. but for only $15, its worth is
i got this to take in the woods to sharpn my knives.the reason i gave it 4 stars is the slots dont last long
great sharpener knife was sharpened in minutes
This sharpener is definitely the best sharpener i have ever had.
Like all gerber products, this is a very good sharpener. It makes the sharpest egde I have seen. Its just awesome
pretty good sharpener, the carbide is doing pretty good at giving an edge. However my ceramic side seems to have a minor flaw on it right were the edge does cotnact and for that reason It doesnt seem to sharpen I am actually wondering if it gets my edge duller?
Very good sharpener, put an edge on all my knives that were blunt and wouldnt take an edge from a flat sharpener, great for recurve blades and serrations, good product gerber
i need somethigh to sharpen my knives
i got it today and it sharpend my blunt blade in seconds
nice sharpener. gets knives pretty sharp
I want to buy the fixed blade knife so this might be usefull too.