Smith’s 50603 Mower Blade Sharpener

Smith’s #50603 handheld Mower Blade Sharpener is the perfect tool to use for keeping your lawn mower blades in prime condition. This simple and easy to use sharpener uses a preset carbide blade to quickly put a smooth, sharp edge on your mower blade in just minutes. It has a durable plastic head, oversized handle, and a large finger guard for safe and secure sharpening at all times. It also comes with a wire-bristled cleaning brush that stores conveniently in the product handle. Handy yard tools like this make great Father’s Day gifts. Add this sharpener to a birthday gift basket for the gardener in your life, and buy one for yourself too! Keeping your mower blades in prime condition is an easy task with this DIY repair tool. Keep your grass looking great with cleaner, sharper cuts!

Product Features

  • Quickly sharpens dull lawnmower blade with just a few easy pulls
  • Durable head for easier sharpening
  • Oversized handle allows for use with gloves
  • Large safety guard; Cleaning brush, with wire bristles, stores in the handle
  • Replaceable carbide blade; Abrasive: Premium Carbides; Grit: Coarse

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3 Responses to Smith’s 50603 Mower Blade Sharpener

  1. Anonymous says:

    Designed Specifically For Mower Blades ░░░ Full Demo In My Video As someone who has been sharpening mower blades for over 20 years (I used to have a landscaping company called “The Sod Squad”), I swear by this mower blade sharpener. This is because of two reasons: the handle design is very easy to use (no risk of cutting yourself), and the actual design of the sharpener (one carbide side and one guide) is specific to mower blades. The sharpener works very well.Mower blades are not knives, so…

  2. Anonymous says:

    However I recommend two of these products purchased at once Ok so this did the job on my Oregon blades. Made them very sharp and the lawn cut extremely well. However I recommend two of these products purchased at once. You see the angle of the blade was different then the set angle of the sharpener. Even though this product cut right through with little effort it dulled considerably before the last edge of the second blade and my second blade could not get as sharp as the first. Much of the carbide was wasted grinding the bevel angle. So if I had two…

  3. Anonymous says:

    The best sharpener you can get for residential blades. Most of my cutting is done with a commercial mower using commercial blades, and for that I have a special rig that attaches to an angle grinder to maintain the correct angle while using a more aggressive tool to sharpen the blades.I’ve recently picked up a few clients that have a small gate that requires me to use my smaller 21” mower, so I was back in the market to find a way to sharpen “regular” mower blades while maintaining the correct angle.In the past, I’d simply…