Posted By: ut_ron
3 people found this review helpful
Never used water stones before and I am really loving how well they work versus the carbide sharpeners I have used before. Trust me if you have not tried water stones do so. It is a water stone but a splash and go type so does not require a soak.
This is a good stone to set a bevel if the knife is not too beat up (for those use diamond plate). It develops mud quite fast and is pretty fast cutter.
I am enjoying sharpening now a whole lot more sense I have found Japanese water stones.
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