HORL Premium Sharpening Set


A set of accessories for achieving perfect sharpness on a knife with the HORL 2 or HORL 2 Pro sharpeners, featuring interchangeable #3000 and #6000-grit honing discs and a leather polishing strop for a final touch. 

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Product Details

If you want to achieve the perfect level of sharpness on a knife, this set will do the trick. It features two interchangeable discs that affix to the roller of the HORL 2 or HORL 2 Pro knife sharpeners (not the HORL 2 Cruise). These discs are #3000 and #6000 grit, designed to be used on sharp Western and Japanese knives to refine their blades. To use, simply unscrew an existing disc on an applicable HORL 2 sharpener and replace with this one. (Please ensure your knife is already sharpened and honed before using the corundum stone, as it is meant to refine an edge of a sharp blade rather than sharpen.) The compact size, in comparison to a high-grit whetstone, makes it easy to store. Use the leather strop at the last stage of the process. Made of vegetable-tanned cowhide, it frees the blade from all grinding residue and provides a professional finish. 

Please note: HORL products can only be shipped within the UK

Why we love it

'The HORL 2 is quick, neat, and effective. While whetstones take time and practice to master, the HORL 2 does not. It’s like having the ease, speed and definition of a pull-through sharpener, but the versatility and relative gentleness of a whetstone.'

Specifications & Care

Care To clean corundum stones, gently rub both their surfaces against each other. If you only have one of the stones, you can clean it with sandpaper, an eraser or a wet brush.
Country of Origin Germany
Material Stainless steel, corundum, vegetable-tanned cowhide
Warranty 2 years
Weight 352g
  • Each stone: diameter 5.2cm X H 1cm
  • Finishing leather: L 24cm X W 5cm X H 0.5cm
About The Brand


Timo and Otmar Horl, the father-and-son duo behind HORL 1993 had a singular vision: bring professional standards of knife sharpening to the home cook, simplified. What began at a home cellar is now a fully-staffed workshop in Germany’s Black Forest where every aspect of the manufacturing process is done locally, from steel melding to laser engraving.

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