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    Stone Fixer up for grabs

    Hello hello,
    We got in some stone fixers that broke on their way to Korin from Japan. Since we're not selling them, management let us take one or two for customers who might want it. I managed to get my hands on 1 piece before they disappeared for KKF.

    Would anyone like it? It's a very good stone fixer. All I would ask is for some sort of review on the stone and the shipping fee.

    Details about the stone fixer:


    Sharpening Stone Fixer - Brown
    List Price: $20
    The stone fixer with ridges flattens stones faster, while the flat backside of the stone polishes the sharpening stones.

    The damage:



    There is a good chunk out of the stone, but it's definitely workable.

    Thanks for reading!

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    I'll take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhenry View Post
    I'll take it
    Great! That was fast. LOL
    Could I ask you to PM me the following information?
    - Name
    - Shipping Info
    - Phone number
    - E-mail address
    - Billing Info (We accept paypal if you prefer it.)

    Thanks!
    - Mari

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    Thanks Mari. Pm sent


    Quote Originally Posted by Korin_Mari View Post
    Great! That was fast. LOL
    Could I ask you to PM me the following information?
    - Name
    - Shipping Info
    - Phone number
    - E-mail address
    - Billing Info (We accept paypal if you prefer it.)

    Thanks!
    - Mari

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    I've always wondered about these.. Do they stay flat for a relatively long period or do you have to flatten them often as well?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    I've always wondered about these.. Do they stay flat for a relatively long period or do you have to flatten them often as well?????
    The stone fixers are much harder than sharpening stones, so for the most part no, you don't have to flatten or resurface them.

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    I've had one of these sitting in my waterbath for a couple years, it is a dark grey/black one. I got it from a friend, probably in 2009 or 2010 and since I have had it, and used it countless times, I don't even think it has moved in height. They aren't as fast as using a diamond plate or atoma as a flattener, but they are cheap, in this case especially so, I'd say they are definitely worth the 20$.

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    Hi Mari, I received the stone last week. I will update after I have a chance to use it.
    Thanks Again

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    Was there only one available for grabs? I'd be interested if you have other broken stuff...

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    I got one of these in 2009 from Korin. It eventually did dish, and became quite smooth on the bottom...I fixed it with a diamond plate.

    Works well, but definitely not as fast as a diamond plate.
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