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HAIDU HCR 250

HAIDU HCR 250


Campaign price
30.60 + delivery costs
The campaign is valid until 08.07.2022.
Normal price 34.00 €
Incl. VAT 24%


Quantity
pc


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Product code
HCR250



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Immediately. You can only order as many items of this product as we have in stock.

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Product description

The size of the stone varies, i.e., the size given is a reference. The length of the specimens measured between 220-235mm and the width between approx. 65-75mm.

Grit: #250
Long: 220 mm
Wide: 65 mm
Thick: 20 mm

NOTE!

This whetstone is a so-called semi-soaking tone. It works best after 5-10min of soaking. Do not store the stone in a basin of water. After sharpening, immediately wipe the stone clean with a towel. This will give the stone a clean look and start the drying process. Place the stone to dry in a position where it does not touch a solid surface. Place the stone on top of a pencil, for example. Allow the stone to dry slowly and quietly, without additional heating. Do not place the stone in direct sunlight. Do not allow the stone to freezing when wet. It takes more than 24 hours to dry. Store the stone protected from dents, e.g., in its box.

Weight
0.82 kg (with sales package 0.95 kg)


Country of origin
Hungary


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