Review Your Order
Close

Shopping Cart

  • 0 Total
  • $0.00
0
CHECK  OUT
Cooking

New in Cooking

Staub White and more
Miyabi new
Cooking  »  » Sharpeners & Steels
SKU: 685263

Miyabi Sharpening Steel, 10"

EXCLUSIVE

Maintain the razor-sharp edges of your Miyabi Fusion knives between sharpenings with this easy-to-use honing rod. Made of tungsten carbide, this sharpening steel ensures the correct hardness to sharpen almost any knife. Plus, it offers superior wear...Read More

79 95 $79.95
Sugg. $100.00
Ships Free: Enter Code SHIPFREE at checkout
Html Area Empty
QUANTITY:
IN STOCK: Ready to Ship
Html Area Empty
Close
Html Area Empty

Description

EXCLUSIVE Maintain the razor-sharp edges of your Miyabi Fusion knives between sharpenings with this easy-to-use honing rod. Made of tungsten carbide, this sharpening steel ensures the correct hardness to sharpen almost any knife. Plus, it offers superior wear resistance, lasting up to 100 times longer than other steels. 10" length accommodates a wide variety of cutlery, large and small.

Features Hide

  • This easy-to-use honing rod helps you maintain the razor-sharp edges of your Miyabi knives between sharpenings
  • Made of tungsten carbide, this sharpening steel ensures the correct hardness to sharpen almost any knife
  • The 10"-length accommodates a wide variety of cutlery, large and small
  • Offers superior wear resistance, lasting up to 100 times longer than other steels

Specifications Show

  • Dimensions: 10"
  • Made in Japan

Videos

NEED HELP DECIDING? | Send us an email | Call us at 800-243-0852
Html Area Empty

Customer Reviews

There are no reviews for this item. Write a Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
 

Questions & Answers

Browse 4 questions and 13 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Needed a new sharpening steel. Purchased a few Miyabi knives so I thought a would try their steel. Love it.
CYNTHIA C on Aug 24, 2015
because your classroom suggested it
carol b on Apr 7, 2015
We have this knife and it is the best knife ever. We are ordering one or our son
John F on Jul 30, 2015
My favorite knives are my old fashioned vintage Sabatier carbon steel. But the newer stainless, like the Miyabi (which are NOT as sharp as my 35 yo Sabatiers!!!! Too bad because the two I have are SO pretty) are also so much, much, much harder to hone. They require a very, very hard sharpening steel. I thought I'd give this one a try.
Denise Page O on Mar 25, 2015
I bought a Miyabi Fusion paring knife. It is getting dull already. What do I do?

I looked at the steel and it says it is to Maintain the razor-sharp edges of your Miyabi Fusion knives between sharpenings with this easy-to-use honing rod.I use my knife every day, should I learn to sharpen it? where do I send them for professional sharpening? how often
A shopper on Nov 27, 2013
Best Answer: To keep the edge of your knive, honing should be done after each use. If you find that honing your knife is no longer helping it to keep the edge, then it's time to sharpen. If you don't wish to sharpen your own knife, Sur La Table will sharpen your knives in store for $5 per knife
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Nov 27, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (2)
Can this tool be used on other brands of knives?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, as long as it is harder than the steel of the knife you're honing.
Reply (1) · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 17, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (1)
So this is both a honing steel AND a sharpening steel? I can use this to sharpen my knives, and I won't have to get use any other sharpening tool?
A shopper on Nov 22, 2015
Best Answer: This is a honing steel, the honing steel must be stronger than the blade steel of a knife and is a tool frequently, if not daily, depending on use of the knifes to keep sharp edges. Your knifes should still be taken in to have a fresh edge applied to them annually. Sharpening and honing are different. Sharpening normally requires removing material to make a fresh new blade edge and is something I only hire professionals to do. I hone my blades before uses every time. My edges maintain their sharpness. This honing steel also works with German blades.
Reply · Report · Nathan M on Nov 22, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
 

TOP
Close
Close

Registry Management: Multiple Registries
Close

Choose a Registry

We've found more than just one registry in your account. Which registry would you like to choose?