I still give my #1 vote for a portable serration sharpener to the Spyderco 701 Profile kit. Which I really hope gets back into their main product line up before too long again. Now I've heard Sal say that the GOLDENSTONE is a premium tool for sharpening serrations but I've just had better luck and can get it done quicker and better with the 701 Profile kit. But if he ever does that instructional video I will watch it intently to see why he thinks it would be better. But first of all the GOLDENSTONE just has to be offered in more grit selections IMO. And I'm sure it will be as time goes forward because of it only being offered in "FINE" I do think that has a lot of people hesitant to try one. It is a relatively expensive tool but if you do take care of it I'm sure it will last for a lifetime.Evil D wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 7:53 amI'm watching this very closely. I would like to have an easily portable method for sharpening serrations that has some type of fixed angle so I can maintain sharpening at 15/20 like I do on the Sharpmaker. Sure I can do it freehand but I'd still prefer something that is basically a more portable version of the Sharpmaker. If the corners of this stone do indeed fit both size serrations then this may be what I need.
Also as soon as Spyderco gets the base unit for the GOLDENSTONE I do believe that will change the versatility of the tool greatly. But again the GOLDENSTONE and if they ever bring back the 701 Profiles they both need to be offered in more grit selections IMO.