Professional Sword Sharpening Kit

Professional Sword Sharpening Kit

Rated 4.14 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)


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Sick of your dull swords sitting in the corner when they used to cut everything in site? Maybe you have looked around for someone that would sharpen your sword and make it like new, but only found a master that would do the job for 50 dollars an inch. Now with our kit, you can do the job yourself whenever you want! Our sword sharpening kit comes with everything need to keep your katana in top performing shape.

Professional Sword Sharpening Kit Features:

  • Two whetstones
  • One fine grit for polishing
  • One Coarse grit for shaping
  • Water bucket
  • Sanding paper
  • Everything fits in its own wooden box


Box Height: 10″
Box Depth: 9 3/4″

7 reviews for Professional Sword Sharpening Kit

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Graham Miles

    I have seen these videos twice now and I will continue to watch them. They are excellent. I learn something new every time I watch them. I’m a beginner at collecting swords. Thank you for your help

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Anthony Clark (Spring Hill, FL)

    This kit comes exactly as described. A must need for any sword collector looking to keep ones swords up to par.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Got my kit and was exactly as described. Only problem was the video was low quality. when tried to play it , it skipped alot. But since now have the video on website all is cool. If you want to get a razor edge for your swords and have a bit of fun learning this is the kit to get.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5


    It came with everything listed, but I think my kit came with two of the same stone.
    Both stones look and feel the same and there was nothing to tell you what stone was what. The only difference was one stone was slightly smaller than the other.

    The video was good, but only showed using one stone, so i’m lead to believe both stones are the same/ supposed to be the same. I guess i’ll find out when I try to sharpen my cheep $50 sword as a test. I just wish the list of the steps where listed better.

  5. Rated 3 out of 5


    Poor, flimsy construction of wood only slightly more dense than balsa. (might even be balsa). Parts are glued, rather than fastened together, and the sandpaper holder snapped at the first try. only one piece of sandpaper (not as in photo) and stones must be secured further, as they tend to slide. The item does its job, if shakily, and if this were being sold at the $80 RRP price listed, it would warrant returning.

  6. Rated 4 out of 5

    Robert B.

    “There’s plenty of extra space in this box for a cloth or 2 as well as some oil for regular maintenance. Only thing I really don’t like about this item is the spot on top where the sharpening stone rests. It isn’t held in place by much at all.

    Oh, and the bucket is more of a wide mouthed cup than a bucket… Well, unless you’re a Smurf, then it might be a bucket.”

  7. Rated 3 out of 5

    Duncan (verified owner)

    Flimsy construction. Water bucket doesn’t hold water. Not really worth the money.

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