Bob Kramer Adjustable Bamboo Sink Bridge
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.
The bamboo whetstone sink bridge is built to create an ideal working station for sharpening knives. This bridge is sturdy, easy to use, and will adjust to fit various sink sizes. The sink bridge will make whetting, sharpening, and cleaning easy for the master and simple for the novice.
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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
- Bamboo whetstone sink bridge is built to create an ideal working station for sharpening knives
- Sturdy, easy to use, and will adjust to fit various sink sizes
- Makes whetting, sharpening, and cleaning easy for the master and simple for the novice
- Material: Bamboo
- Made in Japan
Care & Usage Show
- Hand wash
It is difficult to adjust because two hands are required to tighten it. One must hold the screw with a screwdriver while turning the wing-nut with the other hand. A ""captive"" screw would easily solve this problem.
As a sink bridge it is unstable. It needs some non-slip rubber pads at the ends to help stabilize it. The ""two-hand"" problem described above makes it difficult to adjust it tightly enough against the walls of the sink.
As a stone holder used on the counter it is unstable if there is any moisture at all on the counter. It is difficult to avoid moisture on the counter, even when using a ceramic waterstone. A better non-slip solution, better rubber feet or a small non-slip mat, should be provided.
A box to store it in would also be nice.
I do love the concept and overall design of the product, but is not engineered for its intended use
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