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cheflife15

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Looking to build a sharpening set up for my new job. Unfortunately money's tight but i have credit for bernal.

I have 215

I do have stones, i have
Naniwa 400, 1000, green brick 2 k , naniwa 5000

I like the 400 and 1000. Dont love the higher ones. Im willing to upgrade any and all stones though. Maybe ill leave a kit at work

Sharpening a wide variety of steels
Blue 2
Stainless
White 2
Aogami super
52100
 
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slickmamba

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No worries man. The atoma 140 + kitayama 8000 would be a nice pickup if you're looking to move up. I'm not familiar with their ohishi brand unfortunately.

I'm pretty sure they sell the atoma without the stone holder in store, but I haven't been in the store in a few months now.

If you want a set to bring to work, the shapton pro 2000 might be decent enough of an edge in a pinch at work, and its splash and go. I've only used shapton pro 320, 1000 and 5000 and liked those
 

SeattleBen

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The ohishi are bester stones to the best of my information.

The atoma seems like a no brainer to me. After that I’m sort of out of help. I don’t know if they let you try out stones there but that’d be my suggestion.
 

cheflife15

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Im not in the bay area. Any info on the bester stones? I wouldn't mind a decent 1 k stone for work.
 
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