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Bob Kramer Leather Stropping Block

Certified as a Master Bladesmith by the American Bladesmith Society, Bob Kramer is one of the only Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery. Put simply, Kramer is King of the Kitchen Knife. As such, Bob Kramer has seen the knife from ...Read More

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Certified as a Master Bladesmith by the American Bladesmith Society, Bob Kramer is one of the only Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery. Put simply, Kramer is King of the Kitchen Knife. As such, Bob Kramer has seen the knife from every angle—as a chef, a professional knife sharpener, and a Master Bladesmith.

Although he is most widely recognized for his blades, Bob is also an expert on sharpening. In that spirit, he has collaborated with Zwilling to create the Kramer by Zwilling sharpening collection.

In order to maximize the performance of any knife, it is very important that the edge be properly cared for. Retooling your knives’ edges by hand may seem daunting to a beginner, but with Kramer’s help many describe the experience as relaxing and gratifying. Keeping your blades sharp not only makes the cook’s most important tool easier to use, sharpening makes knives safer.

Used for centuries in barbershops, the stropping block is the best way to finish the edge of a knife or razor. A stropping block maintains the knife’s edge between sharpening making it a useful and convenient tool to have around.

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  • Certified as a Master Bladesmith by the American Bladesmith Society, Bob Kramer is one of the only Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery
  • Kramer has seen the knife from every angle—as a chef, a professional knife sharpener, and a Master Bladesmith
  • Kramer has collaborated with Zwilling to create the Kramer by Zwilling sharpening collection
  • This incredible assortment offers our customers a sharpening and polishing option to fit every skill level
  • Maximize the performance of your knives
  • Retooling your knives’ edges by hand may seem daunting to a beginner, but with Kramer’s help many describe the experience as relaxing and gratifying
  • Used for centuries in barbershops, the stropping block is the best way to finish the edge of a knife or razor
  • Stropping block maintains the knife’s edge between sharpening making it a useful and convenient tool to have around

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  • Material: Leather
  • Made in Japan

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  • Hand wash
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excellent complement
This really refines the sharpening process for the Kramer sharpening kit. I strongly recommend it.
February 14, 2013
 

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Sur La Table Store
I am professional chef, and for sharpening process its the best way to polish the edge and make it really keen. It all gets reflected in a better cuting performance.
Daniel G on Sep 21, 2016
I purchased a Damascus Bob Kramer 8" Chef's Knife and it was the best kitchen tool I've ever purchased so I purchased the Kramer sharpening set and this is to add to that to maintain my new knife at its finest.
Justin E on May 11, 2015
I am professional chef, and for sharpening process its the best way to polish the edge and make it really keen. It all gets reflected in a better cuting performance.
Daniel G on Sep 21, 2016
my knivesare dull
ernest p on Oct 19, 2015
I purchased a Damascus Bob Kramer 8" Chef's Knife and it was the best kitchen tool I've ever purchased so I purchased the Kramer sharpening set and this is to add to that to maintain my new knife at its finest.
Justin E on May 11, 2015
this puts the final polishing edge after you are done using the 10.000 grit stone
James H on Feb 26, 2015
My husband is a professional chef, so I chose these items to help keep his knives in good condition in between professional sharpening.
Martha M on Jan 15, 2015
I watched the video and this was added in addition to a 10,000 grit stone which ultimately wasn't available to purchase after all. I would have bought it, too.
Robert W. G on Dec 16, 2014
it goes with the sharpening kit
NANCY S on Dec 15, 2014
An addition to the kit that I ordered.
Susan S on Dec 8, 2014
Took knife sharpening class. Bought Kramer whetstone kit and wanted to complete the set for fine finishing
HENRY T on Aug 27, 2014
my knivesare dull
ernest p on Oct 19, 2015
this puts the final polishing edge after you are done using the 10.000 grit stone
James H on Feb 26, 2015
Kramer-Zwillig Stropping Board Attachment

Does the leather stropping board benefit from the use a stropping compound? If yes, is the compound available from Sur La Table?Thanks
A shopper on May 30, 2012
BEST ANSWER: While I am sure it would not hurt anything to use a stropping compound, we unfortunatley to do not currently carry that product. We do have replacement stropping leather however and I have attached that link to this response
 

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