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    Great thread. This is exactly what I've been seeking-----for 5 years. Good luck......
    whats the result?


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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    what i am after is a bit of a unicorn.
    FAST cutting, but with EXCELLENT feedback, absolutely NO loading. preferably splash & go.
    JNS 1K
    It fits the bill, including the splash and go.

    Sold out at the moment though: http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com...-matukusuyama/


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    Cho 800 is sloow slooooow slow.
    If you want a really fast stone and especially S&G feedback should be your 3rd concern. At the end of day you will not spend much time on a super fast stone.

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    Also JNS1K is similar to Cho800 IMHO slightly faster with slightly worse feedback.

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    Has anyone used the Sigma Select II 1200?

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    JNS800 is fast and great feeling, but dishes and needs soaking..

    Lars

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    Watanabe Ai#1000 best 1k synthetic IMHO
    i got used to it and its more versatile than the JNS1k .. but having both is even better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruso View Post
    Cho 800 is sloow slooooow slow.
    I found this one very slow too.

    BTW with all respect for what you are looking but why are you searching a great feedback for a stone you don't use more than 60 seconds? (I mean a fast 1000 grit)

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    and the AI#2000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    To be fair, everything from jki is highly regarded so I take it with a grain of salt..
    That one is too expensive.

    I'm betting (hoping) that once I get a cho800 my problem will be solved, lol.
    So you want the perfect splash and go stone that excels in all categories but don't want to spend more than $75? Btw both chosera 800 and gesh 1200 cost $75, so how is gesh is too expensive?


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