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Japanese Whetstone Sharpening Stone Shapton Ceramic Kuromaku #8000 (japan import)

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Identificador de producto del fabricante3-0222-0108
Peso del producto658 g
Dimensiones del producto23,1 x 8,9 x 4,1 cm
Referencia del fabricante3-0222-0108
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing stone all around 17 de enero de 2016
Por Glen B. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is the import version so be aware of that and what it entails (warranty!).

But aside from that, VERY SWEET. High grit but you can see the metal coming off relatively quickly even so. Will help refine an edge on still sharp utility blades (like your handy SAK). Gives me a good shave-ready edge for the straight razors.

Being able to use this with a bare minimum of water is an amazing improvement over standard "whet-and-we-mean-soaking-stones". Set up, use, and clean up are all easier.

My next stone will likely be a 12K Shapton. If I had to start over again, I would take a long look at putting together a usable set with these from top to bottom.
7 de 7 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great quality 8000 grit ceramic stone 4 de enero de 2016
Por Dave - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Nice finishing sharpening stone, I use 325/600/1200 diamond but this 8000 Ceramic really gives a nice edge. I also use a leather strop on block of wood and use Chromium Oxide (green) for getting plane irons and chisels extremely sharp. Pick up a guide and sharpen 25deg then 30deg micro bevel.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I use for sharpening and for metal polishing. 28 de marzo de 2017
Por Daniel - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I use a range of whetstones, starting at 1000, moving up to 12,000. For kitchen knives and pocket knives, I usually stop at 8,000. This stone puts a nice polish on the bevel and there is no burr left behind. I get an edge sharp enough to shave with and a shine like a mirror.

Just make sure to get a lapping stone, or diamond plate. You'll want to occasionally lap the stone to keep a flat surface. Sharon makes good stuff. I will probably buy an extra set.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Shaptons are the Best Ceramic Stones 10 de febrero de 2015
Por Just A Buyer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I use Shapton Ceramic Stone because they don't wear fast but put an outstanding edge on my knives . The 8000 is designed for finishing or polishing an edge on a knife and can also be used as a midpoint finish on razors . I use the 1000 to sharpen a dull edge, followed by a 6000 and now will follow that with the 8000 one for Kitchen Cutlery . You can use water splashed or sprayed on to keep slurry from building up . The plastic case has rubber feet on it and the stone can be set in the top for a sharpening platform. The instructions are in japanese but in english they will tell you not to soak the stone in water, not to use kitchen detergent, or hot water, or bleach, to clean the slurry off after sharpening . I have used used powder Bar Keepers Friend and water to clean (when stone is really dirty and water didn't remove it well) . Then rinse, dry off and I let mine dry before storing (but you don't have to wait since the box is vented) . (Instructions from Shapton Ceramic Glass Stone which are the same but thinner ceramic glued to thick glass.) Don't drop on a hard surface since they will break, some people glue these to glass so they won't break as easy if dropped . These are the best I have ever used and the price of $71.02 with free shipping from Surugado Store front is excellent and the shipping was a total of 10 days from Japan .
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good alternative to Shapton Pro #8000 (US version) 30 de junio de 2016
Por BadKarma - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is the Japanese version of the Shapton Pro stones. They differ in price by about $30 per stone but, as far as I can tell, are essentially the same as the US version. I have read some marketing that the 2 versions are formulated differently to account for different climate/humidity, but that may be marketing-speak. I also think these don't come with the same Shapton US warranty, so caveat emptor. This gives an essentially-mirror finish on my blades. I use these for kitchen knives - various steels including some high carbon Japanese knives. I can get them hair-popping sharp with some modest work. This grit is, however, useless on some of my cheaper knives that won't get or stay this sharp. For those knives, I stop at #5000 or even #1000 - plenty sharp for kitchen use.