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SHAPTON Kuromaku 320

SHAPTON Kuromaku 320


Price
38.00 + delivery costs
Incl. VAT 24%


Quantity
pc


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Product code
K0709



Availability
Immediately

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Product description

Grit: #320 "Blue Black"
Long: 210 mm
Wide: 70 mm
Thick: 15 mm

NOTE!

"Splash-and-Go" stones do not like long-term storage in water. Use only as much water as the stone requires. Do not immerse stones in a pool of water. After sharpening, wipe the stone immediately with a towel. This will make the stone look clean and get the drying process started. Place the stone to dry in such a position that it does not touch a solid surface. Put the stone lying on top of a pen, for example. Allow the stone to dry slowly and quietly, without separate additional heating. Do not place the stone in direct sunlight. And do not allow the stone to freeze when wet. It takes more than a day to dry. Store the stone protected from knocks, e.g., in its box, without any original foam padding. When wet, do not put the whetstone in a plastic bag.

Weight
0.52 kg (with sales package 0.70 kg)


Return rate
0.00


Country of origin
Japan


Comments
Karli L. 15.11.2022
Overall rating
Seems to be a really nice stone to use for profiling an edge. Surprisingly easy to use for me as a beginner.
Michael G. 3.5.2022
Overall rating
Super stones it gives razor sharp results with minimum effort .love it .
Christian H. 12.4.2022
Overall rating
Excellent course stone. Good feedback, removes metal very fast. Loades up fairly quickly also but that is easily taken care of with a dressing stone. Recommended if splash and go is your thing.
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