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    <p>Ideal combination for sharpening knives and cutting-tool edges. Grits 800, 2000 and 5000.</p> <p>Super Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This sharpening stone series is particularly suitable for the final polishing of knife blades. The stones provide a high polishing effect and stay flat for a long time, even though it feels as comfortable as working on soft natural stones. Those series are ideal for sharpening extremely hard low-alloy carbon steels(White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Grit 800, 2000, 5000</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p>
    032.387
    Naniwa Super Stone S2, 3-Piece Set Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Super Stone S2, 3-Piece Set

    €126.15
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    <p>Set of grits 800, 2000 and 5000. Ideal combination for knife and tool edges.</p> <p>With this series of stones, material can be removed more quickly thanks to the extremely high density of abrasive grains. Due to the hard magnesium bond, the stone also remains flat for a very long time - it is therefore ideally suited for kitchen knives and razors and all low-alloy carbon steels with high hardness (white and blue paper steel).</p> <p>Due to this bond, the stone reacts more sensitively to long-term exposure to water - therefore only water for a maximum of 5 minutes before use!</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 800, 2000, 5000</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.386
    Naniwa Professional Stone, set of 3 pieces Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Professional Stone, set of 3 pieces

    €231.89
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    <p>With concave and convex surfaces, for gouges. Approx. 145 x Ø 54 x Ø 14 mm. Grit 180: green silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>King/Sun Tiger</p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are particularly suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. </p> <p></p> <p></p>
    032.218
    King Conical Slipstone, grit 180 Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Conical Slipstone, grit 180

    €44.18
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    <p>Thicker and longer lasting than the cream-coloured stones, but with equally good honing properties.</p> <p>Belgian Coticule Whetstones</p> <p>The quarrying of Belgian whetstones in the Ardennes is first mentioned in a Roman document. But the story of these natural honing stones goes further back than that. The approx. 480 million-year-old grey yellow sedimentary stones, originating from volcanic ash, are composed of very fine garnet crystals. During honing, these are released from the matrix and, in combination with water and abrasion debris, make a honing paste. The garnets only remove fine shavings from the metal and ensure a good polish. Unique combination of quick abrasive action and grain size.</p> <p>Interesting fact: To produce 1 kg of sharpening stones approx. 1500 kg of cliff must be removed. The thin yellow slices are glued to a slate base and cut to size.</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 40 x 6 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.217
    Blue Belgian Whetstone, Multiform Stone Belgian Stone Sharpening

    Blue Belgian Whetstone, Multiform Stone

    €16.31
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    <p>Best quality stones with a high degree of hardness and thus excellent service life.</p> <p>In a wooden case. Flat-pointed straight back, flat-pointed round back, knife-shaped, flat-skewed rounded back. Translucent Arkansas (extra fine).</p> <p>58 x 23 x 6 mm.</p> <p>Arkansas Oil Stones</p> <p>Fine-grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The sharpening stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. The black stones are slightly harder than the white stones. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA), that are almost depleted.</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p> </p> <p>Colour black</p> <p></p>
    032.214
    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, Black arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, Black

    €45.00
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    <p>The white Arkansas stones have a slightly lower density than the black ones.</p> <p>In a wooden case. Flat-pointed straight back, flat-pointed round back, knife-shaped, flat-skewed rounded back. Translucent Arkansas (extra fine).</p> <p>58 x 23 x 6 mm.</p> <p>Arkansas Oil Stones</p> <p>Fine-grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The sharpening stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. The black stones are slightly harder than the white stones. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA), that are almost depleted.</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p> </p> <p>Colour white</p> <p></p>
    032.213
    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, White arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, White

    €38.44
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    <p>Grit 280 (No. 032.208), grit 1000 (No. 032.209) and grit 3000 (No. 032.210) in a set. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Suehiro</p> <p>The stones from the original Suehiro series have a relatively soft bond and are thus designed for low-alloy carbon steels (Blue and White Paper Steel). The stones should be sprayed with water before use. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p></p>
    032.212
    Suehiro Multiform Stone, 3-Piece Set Suehiro Sharpening

    Suehiro Multiform Stone, 3-Piece Set

    €67.95
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p> </p> <p>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 8000-10 000</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.206
    Arkansas Slipstone, Translucent 8000/10000 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Translucent 8000/10000

    €72.05
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 4000-6000</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.205
    Arkansas Slipstone, Surgical Black 4000/6000 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Surgical Black 4000/6000

    €30.25
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 800-1000</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.204
    Arkansas Slipstone, Hard 800/1000 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Hard 800/1000

    €24.51
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p> </p> <p>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 400-600</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.203
    Arkansas Slipstone, Soft 400/600 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Soft 400/600

    €22.87
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    <p>With concave and convex surfaces, for gouges. Approx. 145 x Ø 54 x Ø 14 mm. Aluminium oxideabrasive. </p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are particularly suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p></p>
    032.219
    King Conical Slipstone Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Conical Slipstone

    €46.64
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    <p>Conical diamond sharpener for sculpting and turning tools.</p> <p>DMT Diamond Stones</p> <p>The American manufacturer Diamond Machining Technology (DMT) is the founder of interrupted surface technology for diamond sharpening stones, and has been the market leader for diamond-coated sharpening equipment for years. The high-quality sharpening tools are manufactured at the company's headquarters in Massachusetts (USA).</p> <p>Monocrystalline* diamond particles guarantee a long service life and excellent material removal</p> <p>Uniform grit sizes and a dense diamond distribution for even grinding patterns</p> <p>Round recesses prevent clogging due to grinding debris</p> <p>Permanently flat and warp-free thanks to supporting plates made of steel or warp-free plastic with a nickel matrix</p> <p>Colour coding of various grit sizes</p> <p>100 % made in the USA</p> <p>Monocrystalline* diamond-coated sharpening devices:</p> <p>Diamond-coated sharpening devices remain permanently flat, and are especially suitable for tools with straight blades, as well as for producing flat surfaces (e.g. backs of plane and chisel blades, plane soles, scrapers). Also suitable for carbide coated cutters, tool steels, HSS and non-metal materials (glass, ceramic, etc.). We recommend moistening diamond-coated sharpening devices with water and grinding with little pressure.</p> <p>* Monocrystalline diamonds are significantly more wear resistant than the polycrystalline diamonds used to make lower quality diamond sharpening tools.</p> <p></p> <p>Overall length 152 mm</p> <p>Ø 9.5-19.3 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.215
    DMT Diamond Cone, Length 152 mm DMT Home

    DMT Diamond Cone, Length 152 mm

    €40.08
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    <p>Ideal for sharpening and honing of all types of cutting tools: gouges with inside or outside bevel, V-parting tools. The back of the stone can also be used on chisels. Comes with eraser for cleaning. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Suehiro</p> <p>The stones from the original Suehiro series have a relatively soft bond and are thus designed for low-alloy carbon steels (Blue and White Paper Steel). The stones should be sprayed with water before use. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p>Dimensions 98 x 65 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.209
    Suehiro Multiform Stone Suehiro Sharpening

    Suehiro Multiform Stone

    €21.23
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    <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-us" xml:lang="en-us">Aluminium oxide abrasive.</span></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-us" xml:lang="en-us">Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. These stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be constantly exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are especially suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently.</span></p> <p></p>
    032.003
    KING Japanese Multiform Stone for Gouges - 2 pcs Trade King Mark Sharpening

    KING Japanese Multiform Stone for Gouges - 2 pcs

    €18.77