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    suehiro cerax stones?

    anyone have experience with these? i'd like to try out the 320 as it's cheap but i could only find one source and they are not accepting payments from the US at the moment.. are there other distributors of this line?

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    bump!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHL View Post
    yeah...for some reason they are unable to ship them to the US at the moment...

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    How about Keniichi aka Mr Blueway ? He usually pretty good at finding anything rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHL View Post
    How about Keniichi aka Mr Blueway ? He usually pretty good at finding anything rare.
    A big +1.

    After a very odd and unsuccessful attempt to buy some Sigma stones from Tools From Japan I contacted Keiichi and he got me what I was looking for. It was better price too.

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    I have the Suehiro 'Cerax' ceramic stone, #320 grit 'double size'. If you love dishing, you will love this stone! It just wears too fast. The particles in the slurry are pushed off the stone very quickly, while they still have a lot of life left. I can't think of a situation where it would be a good stone. It did teach me stone management, but since I got a Bester 500 I never use it.

    I don't know about the other stones.

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    I was told by a couple of guys that surhiro's cerax line performance isn't that good. Not at the same quality as shapton pro or naniwa chosera

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    so whats a better cutting,soft, low grit stone that doesnt dish too badly? atleast better than cerax for thinning?

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    JNS 300 is really nice.
    Huw
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