Bring home some bling.

Hone in a perfect tune for your skis or board with the Swix Diamond File. The business end of this file features ultra-durable diamonds to deburr, polish, and maintain your edges for season after season of great performance.

  • The Coarse/200 Grit stone is great for deburring and long-overdue maintenance
  • The Medium/400 Grit stone works well for maintaining edges and honing in a sharp, smooth, polished feel
  • The Universal stone does it all, if you're looking to have only one file in your box
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Works great

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

It does a great job and seems like it'll last a long time.

Works as Expected

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Does a great job and lasts a long time.

Gets The Job Done

    I use the universal file to help remove burrs before sharpening. It works as advertised and gets the job done, particularly for the price. Don't forget to use water as a lubricant for best results

    Essencial tool.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I ownded the universal grit and used it after sharpening to get that smooth edge, but had it go missing (maybe stolen? It was marked diamond file...) I bought the medium grit and it is much more percise and smooth feeling. If you're looking for a final finishing file after all burrs are removed and filing is done, then i'd recomend the medium. If you want it to remove burrs before filing as well as finish, get the universal.

    My racing friend would keep his in his wallet for fear of loosing it.

    Anything with diamond in the name can't be taken lightly haha

    Does the job

      I use the 200 grit to remove burrs before filing. Works well. Haven't had to buy new files for more than 2 seasons.

      Keeps em' sharp

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I use this to remove work hardened burrs before using a file. Does the job. I haven't ruined my files yet.

      Works well

        Great addition to any tuning kit. Works just as advertised, I got the universal grit file to knock of the burrs after taking a file to my edges and it made them smoother than silk, sharper than hell, and allowed me to go faster than anyone should ever want to go with no fear of not being to hold an edge.

        like razor sharp edges?

          Use this as the finishing touch after your file. This will remove those final burs left by your file for razor sharp race edges.

          What grit is the universal?

          What grit is the universal?

          Somewhere between their coarse red (200) and their white fine grit. They don't list it but the universal has a different pattern on it so the grit has less contact with the edge. I would call it about a medium grit.