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Thread: Sieger Long-life Sintered Ruby Hone

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    Sieger Long-life Sintered Ruby Hone

    There has been a fair amount of interest about this rod style hone, so I thought I would offer to pass it around to members interested in it. It is the smaller length rod, but I've had no problem using it on a 240 mm blade.

    Here is a link to the rod on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sieger-Knife-...dp/B00BZCNTL4/

    Rules:

    1. Use it for a week, then pass it on to the next person. Post a review if you want, but it's not required.

    2. You accept responsibility for loss or breakage.

    3. Limited to Site Supporters.

    4. US and Canadian members, because of customs/postage charges.

    Post in this thread if interested.

    Rick
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    The one review at Amazon is totally negative. Have you had better experience?

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    I'm in. The postman knows the way.
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    This review is written by a completely clueless person or perhaps even by the competition. Check the amazon page for the longer version for some better reviews:

    https://www.amazon.com/Sieger-Knife-...dp/B00BZCNUNQ/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennyprofane View Post
    This review is written by a completely clueless person or perhaps even by the competition. Check the amazon page for the longer version for some better reviews:

    https://www.amazon.com/Sieger-Knife-...dp/B00BZCNUNQ/
    Agreed - insane review/er. Obviously clueless about honing if she was running her knife into the tip. Then she sharpened pottery on it (reasoning?) before baking it in her oven (totally devoid of reasoning).

    Do look at the 11" reviews for some rational thoughts.

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    Looks like we have a one person pass around. Closing this now.

    Rick
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