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    Looking for a 400-700 grit stone

    Hey all. Well this is the last stone that I've been putting off getting. So once again I come to the everyone here for input. Title says it all though. Out of the picks I'm thinking about they are the Chosera 400 or 600, Beston 500 or 700 (although everyone says these things are sponges so they are low on the list) Or the Gesshin 400. Usage would be the usual bevel setting or repair. If there are any others please I'm open to suggestions. Thanks again.

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    Senior Member ThEoRy's Avatar
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    Geshin = Awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Geshin = Awesome!
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    cuts fast, dishes slow, great feedback.

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    Yup. I hate soakers and I still have the Gesshin 400. The only one I like more costs a few hundred bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Yup. I hate soakers and I still have the Gesshin 400. The only one I like more costs a few hundred bucks.
    Must be a JNat. I don't know of any synthetic stone at that grit for $200+
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    Why?! Because footballs don't have wheels!

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    The Gesshin 400 is a wonderful stone in this range. You'll be happy with it.
    Len

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    Everyone is all up on the Gesshin's nuts, so I'm sure its a really great choice...I still love my Chosera though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadillac J View Post
    ...I still love my Chosera though.
    If it was good back in the day, it's still just as good today. The only problem with the Chosera is it's not the new kid on the block like the Gesshin. I'm pretty sure I'll add a Chosera 400 to my collection just to see which one, if either, I like best.

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    I think that's a good way to look at it. I've never used anything from the Chosera line yet, unfortunately
    Len

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