New Aligner Pro Kit a Huge Hit

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posted on February 10, 2012
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"We knew we had a great product on our hands, because we designed it to meet specific requests from our customers and distributors. They wanted an Aligner kit that provides an easy display, storage and carrying solution, and that's exactly what we've given them," said DMT President Mark Brandon. "It was so gratifying to reveal the kit to the SHOT Show attendees in person and to hear their incredibly positive feedback."

One such attendee was premium knifemaker and former BladeSports World Cutting Competition Champion Gayle Bradley. Bradley has been sharpening knives for more than 60 years by hand, but he understands not everyone has his level of experience. "Most people can't maintain the angle control they need, so I tested DMT's new kit with this in mind," Bradley said. "It's an excellent product that will give anyone a razor-sharp and even edge with no prior sharpening knowledge. They can easily change angles and grits, and the fact that everything comes in a self-contained storage case is a great benefit. DMT really has a winner here."

The Aligner Pro Kit gives consumers complete confidence in their angle control and accuracy, combined with DMT's superior sharpening capabilities. It features a rugged molded carrying case to neatly and securely store all contents: three 4" diamond sharpening stones, a fine diamond-serrated knife sharpening attachment, a secure stone holder, and easy-to-follow instructions. And since the kit is completely self-contained, it is a greener choice for consumers. It can stand upright on a shelf or hang by its integral handle for convenient retail display and consumer storage. Like all DMT products, the new Aligner Pro Kit is proudly Made in the USA, so it is built to last with the highest quality materials and workmanship.

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