I ve got some stones taking up some room that don't use anymore
White -yoshihiro toshi 8k whetstone ($50)
Pink -shapton ceramic 5k splash n go ($30)
Green - shapton ceramic 8k splash n go ($40)
Or take the lot for $100
Been trying to get good at sharpening on whetstones for a while and just never got the hang of it. Deciding to get an easier system like the worksharp.
Stones have barely been used. Trying to sell as a lot all at once.
In order in the picture:
Shapton #220 Glass Sharpening Stone HR (this one...
Long time lurker "first time" poster. Let me know if I messed anything up or any constructive feedback.
Didnt see any colored/rainbow damascus thinning threads.... well anywhere and had a fat Saji 210 gyuto that probably wouldnt see much use as is. I would guess most people who buy these flashy...
i have a 1000 and 3000 grit... theres a sale for stones on mtckitchen and i was wondering if theres any others i should get. Most people said going beyond 3000 even for my sg2 knives is pointless. Anyone have an opinion if i were to get another one?
I was recommended to get a 3000 grit whetstone to touch up my sg-2 and vg-10 knives. However Shapton only makes 3000 grit on their glass stones and not the ceramic/pro line. They do have their ceramic stones in the 5000 grit. should i just go with that one? Another option is a King stone at 4000...
Edit: I have added comparison of Pro 120, Bester 220 and Nanohone 200 in the post #23
Since I somehow managed to hoard several very coarse stones I though that a quick comparison could be of interest. To show how the stones actually work I made a video (sorry, it is 13 minutes long - brevity is...