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    I recieved the 6k stone a couple of days ago.

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    i liked the 6k side of that combo stone enough to buy the 5k version, earlier this week, which i just received. i used it to refresh the edge on my honyaki gyuto, and it's a great stone! good feedback, and it produces a great edge. not as soft as the 6k, either, which is nice. a good replacement for my Rika, which broke. i'd say, at first blush, that it produces a better edge than the Rika, but it'll take more use to really know for sure.

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    I have that 5k as well, it was my 2nd stone so I had no ideas about them at all...but I've come to like it quite a bit.
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Who is next for the double sided stone?
    I only had a chance to sharpen one carbon knife with it, and I felt that it performed quite nicely, fast enough cutting and a pleasant smoothness to the feel. I used it back to back with a Norton combo 1k/4k and it made the Norton feel like sharpening on a cinder block! It gets the job done without drama or discomfort, and I would not hesitate to recommend it to someone looking for a 2 in one stone.
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    Don Nguyen is next.

    Thanks for your review!

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    I sent it out today!
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    I sent it out today!
    Great! Thank you.

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