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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>"Grit 220, grit 1000 and grit 3000 as a set.</p> <p>Goken Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone has a relatively hard bond. It is particularly suitable for high-alloy steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stones should be soaked in water for at least 10 minutes before use, but must not be stored in water permanently.</p> <p></p>
    032.375
    Naniwa Sharpening Stones for Garden Shears, 3-Piece Set Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Sharpening Stones for Garden Shears, 3-Piece Set

    €38.44
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    <p>This sharpening stone series is suitable for extremely hard cutting steels or sharpening tasks that require an absolutely flat sharpening stone.</p> <p>Sharpening of PM steels with a hardness of around 65 HRC</p> <p>Sharpening of ceramic knife blades</p> <p>Sharpening of razors</p> <p>Sharpening the back of hairdressing scissors</p> <p>The abrasive surface consists of bonded industrial diamonds and will therefore not show signs of wear, even when used frequently. Regular dressing and wetting as with waterstones is not necessary. Simply moisten with water and get started. Comes with cleaning stone.</p> <p>Grit 400</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 75 x 16 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.374
    Naniwa Diamond Stone, Grit 400 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Diamond Stone, Grit 400

    €178.61
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    <p>Hard ceramic block for trueing Japanese waterstones quickly and accurately. The stones are worked wet on the block until plane. Silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>Grit 220</p> <p>Dimensions 170 x 55 x 30 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.232
    Naniwa Trueing Block, 170 x 55 x 30 mm Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Trueing Block, 170 x 55 x 30 mm

    €17.95
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    <p>White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Traditional Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is suitable for sharpening blunt knives and tool blades. The stone has a relatively hard bond, it therefore stays flat for a longer time. It is ideal for high-alloy tool steels, but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium) require a stone that does not wear quickly. Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly known as DX Stone). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm"</p>
    032.182
    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 1000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 1000

    €29.43
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    <p>Shaping stone with good sharpening qualities. Silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>Traditional Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is suitable for sharpening blunt knives and tool blades. The stone has a relatively hard bond, it therefore stays flat for a longer time. It is ideal for high-alloy tool steels, but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium) require a stone that does not wear quickly. Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly known as DX Stone). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Grit 220</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.181
    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 220 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 220

    €26.97
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    <p>With two different grits. Ideal grit mix for razors.</p> <p>Super Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This sharpening stone series is ideal for the final polishing of knife blades. The stones provide a highly polished effect and stay flat for a long time. When sharpening, however, they provide a pleasant feeling as though working on soft natural stones.</p> <p>They are ideal for sharpening extremely hard</p> <p>low-alloy carbon steels(White and Blue Paper Steel).</p> <p>Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly Super Stone Series). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Grit 3000/10 000</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.186
    Naniwa Combination Stone, Super Stone S1, Grit 3000/10000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Combination Stone, Super Stone S1, Grit 3000/10000

    €105.66
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    <p>The Super Stone S1 is equivalent to the Super Stone S2. The different name is merely due to the smaller abrasive thickness of 10 mm. This stone series therefore is a reasonably-priced alternative for sharpening jobs where only small material removal is needed, e.g. the sharpening of razors.</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>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 10 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.174
    Naniwa Super Stone S1 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Super Stone S1

    €33.52
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    <p>Queste serie di pietre è particolarmente adatta per la lucidatura finale delle lame dei coltelli. Le pietre offrono un'elevata lucidatura e rimangono a lungo in piano. In fase di affilatura danno una piacevole impressione come se si lavorasse su una pietra naturale morbida.</p> <p>E' perfettamente adatta per acciai al carbonio di bassa lega con elevata durezza (Acciaio Carta Bianco e Blu). Le pietre dovrebbero essere messe in acqua prima dell'uso per almeno 10 minuti, tuttavia non andrebbero custodite di continuo nel bagno d'acqua. Abrasivo, corindone bianco.</p> <p>Dimensioni 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.164
    Naniwa Super Stone S2 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Super Stone S2

    €45.00
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    <p>Hibiki Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is especially suitable for sharpening tool blades as well as for honing the back, e.g. on chisels or plane blades. Thanks to its particularly hard bond, the stone remains flat for a longer time. These stones are ideal for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p>Grit 3000</p> <p>Dimensions 206 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.129
    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 3000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 3000

    €55.66
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    <p>White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Hibiki Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is especially suitable for sharpening tool blades as well as for honing the back, e.g. on chisels or plane blades. Thanks to its particularly hard bond, the stone remains flat for a longer time. These stones are ideal for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p>Grit 1000</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.128
    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 1000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 1000

    €55.66
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    <p>With two different grits. For sharpening and finishing.</p> <p>Sharpening Stone/Specialty 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>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly Super Stone Series). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.117
    Naniwa Combination Stone, Specialty Stone Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Combination Stone, Specialty Stone

    €88.44

    With two different grits. For sharpening and finishing.

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    <p>The extremely high density of abrasive grains in this stone series enables rapid material removal. The hard magnesium bond also keeps the stone flat for a very long time - making it ideal for kitchen knives, razors and all low-alloy carbon steels with high hardness (White and Blue Paper Steel).</p> <p>Thanks to this bond, the stone reacts more sensitively to prolonged exposure to water - therefore only soak for max. 5 minutes before use!</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.090
    Naniwa Professional Stone Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Professional Stone

    €54.18
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    <p>All metal parts made of stainless steel</p> <p>Non-slip rubber clamping jaws</p> <p>Mid-mounted support bracket for thin stones</p> <p>Extra-large rest area</p> <p>High rest for more free space when sharpening</p> <p>Width 75 mm</p> <p>Jaw opening 135-220 mm</p> <p>Support height 32 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.070
    Naniwa Sharpening Stone Holder Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Sharpening Stone Holder

    €26.15
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    <p><span lang="en-us" style="font-size:11pt;line-height:107%;font-family:Calibri, 'sans-serif';" xml:lang="en-us">This large flattening (truing) stone is ideal for flattening the surface of sharpening stones that have become dished or have developed grooves. The flattening block comes with removable rubber feet to stop it from sliding around during the flattening process</span></p>
    032.005
    NANIWA Japanese Flattening Stone - 300 mm x 150 mm x 20 mm - Grit 220 Naniwa Sharpening

    NANIWA Japanese Flattening Stone - 300 mm x 150 mm x 20 mm - Grit 220

    €61.39
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    <p>White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Thanks to its concave and convex form, this stone is ideal for sharpening and honing garden shears.</p> <p>Goken Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone has a relatively hard bond. It is particularly suitable for high-alloy steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stones should be soaked in water for at least 10 minutes before use, but must not be stored in water permanently.</p> <p>Dimensions 133 x 28 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.376
    Naniwa Sharpening Stone for Garden Shears Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Sharpening Stone for Garden Shears

    €15.49
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    <p>Combination stone from economy-priced sharpening stone series Naniwa Economical Stone.</p> <p>Naniwa</p> <p>The original Naniwa stones have a relatively hard bond. The stones stay flat but offer little abrasion. Before use, soak them in water for approx. 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Grit 1000/3000</p> <p>Dimensions 185 x 65 x 30 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.118
    Naniwa Combination Stone, Economical Stone Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Combination Stone, Economical Stone

    €22.87