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    Is this all that are interested?

    Is the product not supremeness enough?

    Is the price too high?

    Are you concerned about the fit to your sharpening area, sink, tub, whatever?

    Please speak up!

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    Great news about the extra length rods. That's enough for me to couldn't as fully in for the pre-buy.

    One more question: would it be possible to order/add-on an extra spacer support (the piece that bridges the 2 rods and sits under the center of the stone? I'd be more comfortable with some of my larger / more delicate stones if there was more support under them.

    Thanks!
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    Damn. Now I gotta measure my kitchen sink.

    I haven't jumped on yet for two reasons. 1, rubber pads on the surfaces that rest on the sink would be good, otherwise I'm gonna have to use wet towels there anyways. And 2, I normally sharpen on my kitchen counter and not over the sink - and I'm wondering whether that's something I want to change to.
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    It look's very impressive but $175+shipping(probably $200 total) is a lot of money for a bridge. I can walk in HD with probably less than half that and come out with stuff to make something pretty supremeness enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Justin0505 - needs ?
    the gap on my sink is 21", so I'm guessing 24" rails would cover it.
    Depending on price, I'd like the original sized rods too though for use in a normal sink or plastic bin.

    and an extra rod bridge / stone support would be cool too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    the gap on my sink is 21", so I'm guessing 24" rails would cover it.

    Thanks J

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Is this all that are interested?

    Is the product not supremeness enough?

    Is the price too high?

    Are you concerned about the fit to your sharpening area, sink, tub, whatever?

    Please speak up!
    In my case Dave I'm pretty much set up so unless something absolutely has to be replaced it is tough to justify the expense. I suspect that is the case for many people here. If this were my first bridge purchase I'd be all over it though. It looks like a quality item.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dough View Post
    im in
    Got ya Brian, thanks

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    Thats a pretty cool product but Im not a supreme enough sharpener yet... also, a question came to mind - how safe would this be to use with Jnat stones?
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