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    Many Stones (Synthetics and Jnats For Sale)

    Hi All,

    Weeding out my stone tray a little bit...
    NOTE: ALL PRICES ARE WITHOUT PAYPAL FEE, AND I WILL COVER MOST OF THE STONES SHIPPING TO CONUS ONLY (EXCEPTIONS WHERE NOTED).
    I believe all the pics are self explanatory (albeit bad quality), but if you have any questions or need further pics just let me know. As another note: All Jnats are lapped and ready to go!!!
    Thanks.
    Chris



    First Up: JNS 1k (Unused and Unlapped but dirty)
    Asking: $53




    2) WA Stone 320 grit: This one is used and needs some love as it is very dirty and need of lapping (this must be lapped with SIC)
    Aksing : $45



    3) Ozuku San Kiita LV5 (Final finisher for knives and Prepolisher for Straights). (205x55x23mm)
    This is a beautiful stone and although hard, does not scratch jigane of knives, but in my opinion is not the best as a final finisher for straights. It is tremendously fast for its grit range and would make an excellent final finisher for knives or prepolisher for western straights or japanese kamisori.
    Asking: $250


    4) Ozuku San, Pure Mizu Asagi LV5+ ( 8.25” x 2.25” x 1”) ($240)
    Awesome final finisher for Straight Razors, with original stamps. Not much else to say!!!


    5) Binsui (Hard stone) (2k grit), (220x70x60mm)
    Asking $120


    6)Otoyama Suita Lv4-4.5 (205x75x34mm)
    This is a very very rare stone, almost impossible to find in as good a condition as this one. It is not easy to use and requires skill and knowledge of how to use hard Jnats on kasumi finished knives. But, it imparts the single best finish for Japanese damascus that I have encountered.
    Asking $675---Shipping on this is not Included because it must be shipped via FEDEX with Tracking and INSURANCE


    7) Ohira Suita (205x75x50mm)
    What can I say....It's awesome. It has a line that I had to dig out, but otherwise is a very clean stone with no other toxic lines. It can refine a 1k finish in under 3 minutes, and is a very hard stone. This stone is easy for a beginner to use, but will take some practice to bring out all it can give. The price of these stones keeps skyrocketing. Every time I buy a new one, it is almost double the price of the previos one.
    Asking $750---Shipping on this is not included because it must be shipped VIA FEDEX with insurance and tracking




    8) Shoubudani Kiita With Rainbow Patterns (205x75x40mm)
    This is an excellent final finisher for kasumi knives. It is soft and very very easy to use. It is also easy to extract its full potential with just a little bit of practice. It had a small toxic line, but it was very shallow and I was able to completely dig it out. The small gouge in no way affects sharpening or finishing characteristics. Kiitas are some of the highest priced stones at the moment and this price reflects that this is an excellent quality Honyama Kiita.
    Asking: $800---Shipping on this is not included because it must be shipped VIA FEDEX with insurance and tracking.

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    I'll take that JNS 1k for $53 shipped - PM sent.

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    Wow!
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    Binsui! Pm on its way.

    Lots of great stones here

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    Wow, some really rare and amazing stuff for sale... if this is what you're getting rid of, I can even imagine what you're keeping.
    "I gotta tell ya, this is pretty terrific. Ha hahaha, YEAH!" - Moe (w/ 2 knives). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVt4U...layer_embedded

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    Officially the JNS 1k is sold.
    I still have to return PM's on the Binsui.
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    So, I have decided that the FIRST BUYER of either one of the Suitas or the Shobudani Kiita, can at the buyers discretion for free choose to take the small Tsushima Nagura that I had for sale ealier. Its measurements are (45 mm x 45 mm x 45 mm) (a $50 value).

    Or...Alternatively, can take a $50 discount off the price of the stone itself, or $100 off the price of any other stone Greater than $100 in the thread (Exception is the BINSUI).

    This is only for the first buyer...

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    Chris
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    The Ozuku Mizu Asagi is currently SPF.
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    So, I just reread the above "Discount" and it makes no sense to me...I really need to stop drinking before I post

    This is better:


    For anyone interested. To the FIRST BUYER of #6, #7, or #8. I will offer a 10% discount off the listed price and pick up the shipping to CONUS ONLY.

    Hope that makes more sense
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    Hi Guys,

    So, I have had a ton of PM's about the Suitas and The Kiita (#6,7,8). To try and sort of "Sum UP" the answers I have given on PM.
    The Otoyama suita is an excellent final finisher for Japanese Damascus, but is difficult to use for final finishing on a Kasumi knife because the stone itself is so hard. It does provide a great final finish for kasumi, but it will require A LOT of knowledge and skill to pull it off correctly.

    The Ohira Suita is an excellent final finisher for kasumi knives and is incredibly fast. The line that you can see is the one that has been dug out by me. I am not sure if it runs deeper than what I have removed, but it is quite easy to remove a line. The line itself was not "very" toxic, but it did "buff" the Jigane when I used it on kasumi finished knives. Because I always try to make the best finish I can, I removed it. Although this stone is already a good deal at $750, Because it is not a "perfect stone", I have decided to provide 1 permanent Price reduction at several requests.
    Final Price for Ohira Suita: $650 plus Paypal fees and shipping costs (however you would like to have it shipped)

    The Shoubudani Kiita is another excellent finisher for kasumi knives. It is around a Lv3 in hardness and does make its own mud quite easily. It does have a spot of inclusion near the 1 corner which is easily avoidable, and I even considered just cutting the corner off to make it slightly more appealing, but chose not to. The picture color is off slightly, with the colors are much more vibrant in person. Considering the increasing prices of all things Kiita, this is a great deal at $800, but again, It is not a perfect stone. So, at request I am offering 1 price reduction to $700
    Final Price for Shoubudani Kiita: $700 plus Paypal fee and shipping (any way the buyer wants to have it shipped)

    Hope this answers all the questions.

    Regards,
    Chris
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