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Chosera 4pc Set
Item #600,1K, 2K, 5K BIG
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The Chosera stones are markedly harder than the Super Stones. Naniwa designed these stones for professionals who put the highest daily demands on their knives. Overall, these stones are best for those who don't have a lot of time to spend and need to quickly and cleanly sharpen their knives. Every Chosera sharpening stone is delivered with a special Nagura stone (67 x 49 x 25 mm) to put a fine sharpening paste on the surface of the Chosera stones during use. This set comes with four of the most popular stones from this line: the 600, 1000, 2000, and 5000. The 600 grit is excellent for establishing a new bevel angle or removing chips from the blade. This 1K stone is very popular grit because it is really starts to refine the edge. This stone is great after using the 400. If the edge is not dull or does not need a new bevel set, you donít need to start any coarser than this. The 2k will further refine the edge and this is a great edge for many kitchen knives. This 5k stone is a good final grit for many knives. Naniwa claims these are splash-and-go stones, but users say that soaking for 15 minutes really brings out the best qualities of the sharpening matrix. These stones measure 210mm x 70mm x 25mm.

Average rating is 5
By:  Alex Haben
Wonderful stones,good feedback,extremely fast cutting and durable. Can’t ask for much more than that.
By:  Ozgur
I break this set into #400 stone and the rest three stones (#1k,#3k,and #5k). I use #400 stone on my japanese single bevel knives for aggressive sharpening or in progression after very coarse stones,like #150-#220. #400 is a hard stone,and it is very dish resistant. But,pay attention,beacuse it is very hard and can demage your edge if you hit the stone at its corners.

I use the rest of the set for regular sharpening progression of double bevel japanese knives,like Glestain,UX10,etc. This set should do for your stainless steel knives. #5k gives a toothie edge,but that is what you need for stainless steel knives,even for carbon steel knives,it is sufficient IMO. If you want to go further,I would recommend adding #6k Yellow Penguin,#8k Snow White,or #10k Chosera,which all seem to have similar attributes,only different grits. On #8k and #10k,swipe it for five times per side to prevent over-smoothing your edge.

As an alternate to this set,especially for carbon steel double bevel japanese knives,you can use Shapton Pro 1.5k,2k,and 5k. I cannot comment on Shapton Pro 8k stone,because I have never tried it.

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