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Item #: 35-222-6

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5  Best Option for EdgePro Angles, June 14, 2018
Posted By: Roger Costello

There are some benifits to the current 3rd generation AngleCube that are not obvious.
There are backlit and non backlit versions with different part numbers available. For whatever reason the backlit version can only be read when I directly face the display. The non backlit version sold by CKTG can be read over a much wider range. The backlight is always on when the unit is switched on so there is no choice with that version. There is now a 4th generation unit available from eBay and elsewhere. This also has a constant backlight but no ĎHoldí button which are major issues as the hold button is substituted by a send button and the display is hard to read off centre. You then have to have a phone or tablet handy to lock in an angle as the button must be pressed every time to transmit a single reading. The bottom line is the non backlit, no Bluetooth version is the best option in my experience for use with a sharpening system. It definitely makes getting the right angles and getting them accurate possible ever time. It is much more accurate and easier to use than a phone App. I think using a system and becoming familiar with the angles also in the long term greatly improves freehand sharpening as it gives the visuall skills, familiarity and muscle memory as well as the Ďfeelí memory of what the right angle is. Itís not the only way as a lot of practice can get you there as well but not all of us have hundreds of knives to work with. I think a notebook recording angles and grits etc. is also worthwhile to help understand what affects durability and required maintenance. Iíd recommend getting one of these if you want to refine your sharpening skills and improve your consistency.

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5  Handy tool to have, March 14, 2018
Posted By: Charlie - verified customer

Got my order on time and well packed. This works great on my edge pro apex.

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5  Angle cube is very useful, January 31, 2018
Posted By: Brannon - verified customer

The angle cube is really a must for the Edge Pro system. It took me awhile to figure out just how to use it. I would suggest CKTG make a video showing how to use the angle cube to set up the appropriate angle on the Edge Pro System. Great service though!

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5  Angle cube, February 15, 2017
Posted By: Ken - verified customer

This latest version is very nice. Well made and easy to use and read.

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5  Two click results: Power, Zero ... boom! Can be awkward, February 6, 2017
Posted By: Tom Maynard - verified customer

If you want to measure (or set) an angle this is the tool for you.l It's built like a tank, is uber-precise, and dead easy to use.It can be a bit awkward because of its size and sensitivity: It's difficult to stabilize on thin edges and sometimes hard to position on an Edge Pro, e.g. But perservere and you'll be rewarded.

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3  Angle cube , December 27, 2016
Posted By: bob z - verified customer

While this seems to work as mentioned, it looks like something from the 70's that needs updating and more suited for a contractor. I got it to see what angle i was really hand sharpening at. At 7 ounces (way too heavy) and 30mm thick its a bit cumbersome for that job. The older lcd display is hard to see at an angle. The battery compartment is opened with 4 mini screws. A lighter composite or Kevlar case with screen update and bluetooth would be welcome.

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2  Angle cube sensitivity, October 28, 2016
Posted By: Robert Clive Young - verified customer

I found the cube to be annoying to use as it would hold a reading then suddenly jump several degrees so it was hard to set an accurate grind angle on my Edge Pro. I went back to the felt tip method.

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5  Good product, Can't measure angles front to back., July 21, 2016
Posted By: Daniel Mazz - verified customer

I purchased this item for two purposes. 1 to help me get a better idea of what angles I was using when sharpening free hand and 2 to ensure that my edge pro was giving me exact angles. 1. I found the angle cube is difficult to use while sharpening to find the correct angles. The angles can only be measured from side to side and not front to back. What I mean by this is that if I place my angle cube on my chef knife and want to watch the angle as I am sharpening, I am unable to do this. I can't measure the angle while looking at the screen and angling it towards the back of the unit.2. Using this on my edge pro has been great to ensure I'm getting the right angles for my knives. I would buy it again for this purpose.

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5  your silly not to, July 14, 2016
Posted By: RB - verified customer

If your going to invest money in a sharpening system such as an Edge Pro it is almost silly not to get an angle cube. One of the ideas many people have problems understanding is the geometry involved in using a jig type system. Having one of these in your case allows you to know for sure what the angle is pending you know how the blade and edge pro table interface with each other. Accurate, nice build, quality product.

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5  Fun little gadget, July 12, 2016
Posted By: Matt - verified customer

This thing is fun to use to check to make sure you are keeping a consistent angle. It has definitely helped my sharpening as I always like feedback on what I'm doing.

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5  very good value, July 11, 2016
Posted By: Jason - verified customer

This device is well made and easy to use. I thought the magnets built into it were just about the right strength to hold it in place when needed. I was a bit surprised at the difference in angle between stones and this angle cube allows easy corrections to be made.

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5  Very good tool, does what it is supposed to do, November 21, 2015
Posted By: Louis - verified customer

I bought a Wixie digital protractor to measure angles a few years ago, before the Angle Cube became popular. The Wixie is rated at (at least) 0.1 degree accuracy while the Angle cube is rated (at least) 0.2 degree accuracy. My Wixie varied by a few tenths of a degree when I performed repeated measurements. It sometimes was sluggish to zero out. I wasn't very happy with it. Perhaps I got a defective one.Recently I purchased the Angle Cube. I find I get much better consistency with repeated measurements. The Angle Cube zeros out much more quickly and consistently. Generally I find the angle measurements of the Wixie and Angle Cube to be within 0.2 degrees I have more confidence in the Angle Cube since it performs more consistently. One thing I like better about the Wixie is that the magnets are not quite as strong. The magnets on the Angle Cube are fairly strong and it takes a moderate amount of force to lift the cube off a knife. The Angle Cube can be purchased from multiple sources such as Amazon. However, shipping speed and the quality of packing is consistently better from Chef Knives to Go. I live close to one of the main warehouses from where Amazon products are shipped and I am friends with someone who works there. Workers rush to get their work done, and some products are broken when they are carelessly handled and thrown into carts. Overall I like Amazon for their wide range of products, but merchandise is generally handled much more carefully at Chef Knifes to Go.DullBlade

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5  Product Review, June 28, 2014
Posted By: Allen L - verified customer

This purchase is a must, recommended by Mad Rookie on the forum, was using my iPhone before with the Clinometer app which did an ok job till my order arrived, the extra decimal helps to really get accurate results on the apex as you move to finer stones

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5  Product Review, February 5, 2014
Posted By: Goran Tislaric - verified customer

Angle-cube is an excellent tool, which I knew before purchasing.

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5  Product Review, October 1, 2013
Posted By: Ezra - verified customer
1 people found this review helpful

This thing is so cool! I'd recommend buying it just to have it, sharpening or not. The ability to measure angles to the hundredth of a degree and then tare that angle and measure a new one is incredible.And of course, it's useful for sharpening consistently, whether you are doing it by hand or a jig.

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3  Product Review, July 6, 2013
Posted By: Jeff B. - verified customer

Will not show you an angle if you tilt it back with the face towards you. It makes it very awkward to you use freehand sharpening.

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5  Product Review, September 30, 2012
Posted By: Dr. J - verified customer

GREAT Device AND for those who already have an iPhone or ipod touch or Android phone there are FREE Apps such as iHandy Level or Gyro Leveler that can do the same sort of measurement with a device you have on hand..Just hit the calibrate button when held to the table or knife blade to zero out. I wanted a re-settable angle measuring device like the $30+ angle cube to set the relative angle between the table and my knife sharpening stones of different thicknesses on the EdgePro knife sharpener...Just what I needed...I went through about a dozen levels and angle finder Apps to find what I was after (noted above).

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4  Product Review, August 31, 2012
Posted By: Ron Miller - verified customer

I bought this to help me learn to hold a constant angle and the correct angle. This product works nice for a large knife like a chefs knife. It does not work as well for smaller knives though.

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5  Product Review, July 15, 2012
Posted By: Matt Whaley - verified customer

Surprisingly heavy and well built. Feels like it could withstand a bomb. Angles are accurate when checked against other tools, automatically flips the readout when held upside down, readout updates once every half second or so, magnets are very strong, comes with a leather pouch with belt loop

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5  Product Review, May 18, 2012
Posted By: John Grimsmo - verified customer

The angle cube is awesome! I've always wanted a digital level and this one is about the best price around and very well built.

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5  Product Review, May 11, 2012
Posted By: Nicholas - verified customer

It's heavy and it's accurate. As the cube's original intention was for table saws, it is sometimes a little clumsy to use due to its size. Overall, this has not been a very big issue for me. Great tool, and I plan to use it for more than sharpening.

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5  Product Review, October 20, 2011
Posted By: Jude Perez - verified customer

I bought this to use mainly for my Edgepro. Works great.

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5  Product Review, October 12, 2011
Posted By: Roger Sutton - verified customer

Very ingenious device. Probably works best with a rod sharpening system like the Apex, but it's handy for guaging the angle for hand sharpening with waterstones.

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5  Product Review, October 11, 2011
Posted By: Rob Babcock - verified customer

This is a terrific tool and a major time saver. Very accurate as compared and tared to a bubble level. When I first bought this before CKtG sold it I considered it a luxury that I'd use only occasionally, but I must admit that I've come to use it on most knives to get me in the neighborhood and to keep me honest.""Good price, too. Another winner for CKtG!

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5  Product Review, October 1, 2011
Posted By: Ted Bedard - verified customer

Indispensable and humbling. Ted,Becoming More Precise Knife Sharpening

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5  Product Review, September 24, 2011
Posted By: Don - verified customer

I purchased the Angle Cube after seeing it demonstrated on a forum. Since I have a growing interest in precision sharpening (much to the dismay of my wife), and since I work in a field that provides me the opportunity to use precision measuring equipment, I decided to test the Angle Cube's ability to measure? yep, angles. An angle block set, master level, granite surface plate, and precision 360? tilt table were used to test for angle deviation from (0 to 45)? in 5? intervals in CW/CCW directions using angle blocks and the surface plate, and from (10 to 20)? in 1? intervals in CW/CCW directions using the tilt table.The results are:LEVEL ModeNo measurement exceeded 0.1? deviation from the reference angle.No repeat measurement exceeded a 0.10? change.The Angle Cube frame was square. The sensor was square to the frame. On the surface plate, with each side of the Cube resting on the plate in-turn, each 90? rotation resulted in a display change of 90? through a 360? rotation. The Cube read 0.00? when inverted.The display flipped when the angle exceeded ?90? from 0 or 180 to give a right-side-up view, as advertised.ZERO (BEVEL) ModeThe Zero mode worked well. No bevel exceeded 0.1? from the true bevel.Conclusion: My Angle Cube meets the manufacturer's specification. It is likely that the majority of all Angle Cubes will meet the manufacturer's specification. The less technical but perhaps more important conclusion is that I can trust the measurement the Angle Cube makes, whether making sure a shelf is level to knowing the angle of the bevel on a knife edge to adjusting the angle of a table saw blade.

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5  Product Review, September 21, 2011
Posted By: Ken Schwartz - verified customer

For Precise sharpening work, this is ESSENTIAL GEAR. I use this with the Gizmo, the Edge Pro, freehand and with my belt grinders. If you want to take your sharpening work up to another level, this is what you need. Using an angle cube gets me accuracy below a tenth of a degree (1/20 degree) Also useful for checking accuracy of saw blade alignment and general shop use. Works as a very accurate level too. If you don't measure accurately, your work is coming out less perfect than it could be. Solid rugged construction using standard batteries. The zero function lets you measure angles relative to another angle, like the tare function on a scale. Attach it to a knife to see how consistently you can hold a knife at an angle freehand! Makes you a better sharpener and keeps you honest. I use mine constantly.---Ken

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