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    And my very beloved new Ohira Suita- very fine, no toxic lines, it's so smooth and quick! I really love it. Covered with the real Urushi ( frankly speaking, i was a little bit afraid to use it-because of high allergy risk- Maxim has covered it for me while Gathering- it took 6-7 days to dry out completely!! So i'm alive . My hands were in Urushi- it took some days to clean'em. Blackish areas on the upper parts are the traces of Urushi- it came inside. But it doesn't influence the sharpening in no way, and it will disappear soonest, i just don't want to take too much of stone off. Nice hone...

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    My Ohira- it looked so originally, unlapped unfinished, with sharp corners- really nice big hone..
    Of course from JNS- with the best Maksim's service as usually :😎👍👍✌️

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    andrey you misunderstood asteger, he was agreeing with you that #2 looks much nicer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    andrey you misunderstood asteger, he was agreeing with you that #2 looks much nicer.
    Oki doki

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    Ohira looks like another winner, AV.

    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    andrey you misunderstood asteger, he was agreeing with you that #2 looks much nicer.

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    [QUOTE=Asteger;302270]Ohira looks like another winner, AV.



    Oh yehhhh!
    If you have noticed- i look for the best! This one Ohira is a real winner, so smooth, so fine, so consistent... All the lines are non-toxic, not to feel at all. I have rounded the edges and the front part( this will be rounded down even more- not to see well on pictures)- for precise works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrey V View Post
    I have rounded the edges and the front part( this will be rounded down even more- not to see well on pictures)- for precise works.
    I do the same with most of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asteger View Post
    I do the same with most of mine.
    I like to shape my stones according to my needs.
    Atoma can create a miracle

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    My new Chu Naguras. I really like to use them. The upper one feels finer, but they are very close to each other. Cool stones

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    2!!?

    I like my nagura, and even I just have 1!

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