EdgeTune Pro II grinds an incredibly sharp ski/snowboard side edge
quickly & easily
The #600 fine grit ceramic grinding stone removes less material than
hand files for a smoother edge finish
November, 2015 we shipped our 2,000th kit!
New for '15-'16: larger adjuster knobs for easier, precise grind height settings
EdgeTune Pro II is a professional grade Dremel grinding jig
Looking for the latest hand-held ceramic edge grinding tool, but
can't afford a $3200 SnowGlide or an $800 DiscMan? EdgeTune™ Pro II
is the answer, with outstanding performance at a fraction of the
Holy smokes what a great product! I have been
skiing for sixty years including a lot of racing in my youth. To tune my skis
took hours of going from 600 grit all the down to 100 grit stones on the edges.
This invention of yours is a wonder! Just two passes over my side edges
and the job is done! The base I use my Swix stones to remove burrs at a 1
degree bevel angle. My edges are sharp as razors and any ice or hard pack in
the way I simply cut through like butter. I am running Atomic GS skis at 188
cm. I ski over 150 days per year here in Colorado.
Thanks again for this product!
"Serious Skier", Feb 2017
I am a coach in the Midwest and the Edgetune
arrived today. I took it out of the box watched the instructions and practiced
down 1 side of 1 pair of skis twice. I have a steady hand and am sort of a
perfectionist when it comes to tuning. If the angles are true 1 2 3 and you
hold this the way you are supposed to there is no way to screw up an edge! I am
shocked how sharp these skis are. Tonight I am also going to try a dab of valve
polish as suggested for that mirror finish.... love the tool! This is the real
Racing Coach, Nov 2016
Re: sharpness -- Comparing the ground edge
from your jig with the edge using just hand sharpening, with a set of DMT
graduated grits in precision bevel jigs (side and base), and using the back of
the fingernail sharpness test, your jig produces a significantly sharper
edge - about the same as my Grindrite.
Re: accuracy -- Using an SVST bevel angle
reading tool, your angle was spot on. We tested both edges of each ski -- no
Re: ski performance -- As parts of the run
had gotten chewed up enough that, at speed, one would lose contact with the
surface (due to reaction forces), which would cause chatter...the ski, however,
re-engaged with no issues. A ski with issues would have required emergency
responses for recovery. Prior to this edge sharpening, I would not have trusted
the skis for this test.
Experienced Race Tuner, Mammoth Mt, Ca. May 2015
I have been using your product for several months now.
Game changer for me, 3 kids racing, you helped to buy me some time back.☺
EdgeTune Pro II user, Mar 2015
Thanks for your great technical support.
There is zero vibration now, and what a difference! Mirror finish results. This
is going to work great, and I am very happy with it.
EdgeTune Pro II Racing Dad, Jan 2015
We race on an artificial, outdoor surface called Dendix.
It needs super-sharp edges. We typically sharpen after every race run by the
side of the slope. Many people use the Discmann or similar. I stayed with
manual for a few years, but then saw the results that some of the skiers were
getting from one club who had bought several of your product. So I got one and
have not looked back. I've done 100's of pairs of skis in the last year with
it. It takes off the minimum amount of edge and even if a single pass of a
hand file arguably takes off less, this tool is much more consistent and you
end up taking off less edge overall. I thought I was an experienced manual
edge-filer. But when starting to use this tool on skis that I had previously
maintained by hand, this tool showed me that my hand-filing was not as accurate
as I had thought it was.
We also race on snow and the fact that your product is so portable
compared to the likes of the Snowglide is really important if you have to fly
to the mountains. I did a comparison on my skis using the Snowglide and the
EdgeTune. There was very little in it. Arguably the Snowglide was better, but
not £1000 better. And probably not 100th of a second better.
UK Racer/Tuner, Oct '14
My kids have by far the sharpest skis on the mountain.
Racing Dad Dec '13
I sharpened my edges on my Atomic race skis.
Never before had so good edges. Fantastic! Thanks.
Sweden Racer, Feb '13
I'm a racing coach, and a fellow coach bought your EdgeTune
that was easy to operate and provides a great finish to the edges. Thanks for a
PSIA level 3 Racing Coach, Jan '13
I have been using the tool regularly since last season. I
think it is a great innovation and it brings my tuning into the 21st century!
My daughters are in U14 and U12 classes in the Rocky Mountain Division so I
spend a lot of time on the tuning bench. The tool has certainly streamlined my
work and I am very glad to be using it. Thanks again.
Racing Dad, Oct '12
A super simple thing with big impact!
Austria FIS tuner, Dec '11
Since yesterday my husband has sharpened 4 pairs of skis.
He used his this morning, and cannot believe the difference -
EdgeTune Pro UK user, Oct '11
I found the results stunning and fast!
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Tony Crespi, Deerfield Valley News, Feb '11
I am well into the ski tuning season and love my EdgeTune Pro.
Professional Tuner, Nov '10
I've been waiting for this for 20 years!
Dremel owner, tired from decades of hand filing
I bought one of your EdgeTune sharpeners and love it.
Instructor w/ 3 racing children
I received the kit and practiced on old skis. Nice.
Masters racer and former Ski Mechanic
I recently used my EdgeTune for the first time and it is
fantastic. Easy to use and great results. I will be doing alot of
tuning on my daughter's racing skis, and this tool makes the