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  1. #11
    I've still got a couple of these left in stock. If you've already got an Atoma plate then this is a steal that you should consider for your replacement pad. Its peel-n-stick and back in business for a near $30 savings.

    http://www.japaneseknifesharpeningst...ato140repl.htm

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  2. #12
    Atoma 140x Diamond Plate - Complete (aluminum base + diamond pad)
    Stock StatusOut of Stock)
    Availability:: This item is currently on order
    Will you have any soon ?

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Ichi View Post
    Atoma 140x Diamond Plate - Complete (aluminum base + diamond pad)
    Stock StatusOut of Stock)
    Availability:: This item is currently on order
    Will you have any soon ?

    That's the full plate, right? I can get those within 5 business days.

    This sale is for the replacement plate.

  4. #14
    Yes, base and plate, can I order through your site?

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Ichi View Post
    Yes, base and plate, can I order through your site?

    I'd have to send you a Paypal invoice.

  6. #16
    I do not have pay pal, ahhhh I was hopin`. Thanks.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Ichi View Post
    I do not have pay pal, ahhhh I was hopin`. Thanks.

    Just in case, you can use a credit card with a Paypal invoice without having a PP account. If you'd like to try it shoot me a PM with your email address and zip code.

    Dave

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    I try to use the Carter method of flattening while sharpening, but I guess that will never get you a perfectly flat stone. I know a lot of the much-more-serious-than-I sharpeners swear by these things, so I'm considering checking it out. Do you use the base when flattening the stone or just hold the insert/pad?

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