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Imanishi Pink Pop Rocks 220 Stone Fixer
Imanishi Pink Pop Rocks 220 Stone Fixer Imanishi Pink Pop Rocks 220 Stone Fixer
Imanishi Pink Pop Rocks 220 Stone Fixer Imanishi Pink Pop Rocks 220 Stone Fixer

Imanishi Pink Pop Rocks 220 Stone Fixer

Item #: PinkPopRocks

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We first thought of bubble gum when we looked at this stone but then pop rocks came to mind. This is a good low grit stone for those who don't want to spend the extra coin to purchase an Atoma 140. It's excellent as a flattening stone and it's also good for quick metal removal. It's porous and it drinks water so a good 10 minute soak as well as having some water to splash on top is a good idea. At this price it's an excellent deal. Measures 207x65x33mm. Weight is 670gr or about 1.5 pounds.



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  Good lapping stone, March 9, 2021
Posted By: Jeronimo Macias - verified customer

This is a very hard stone and removes material very well after a good long soak. I have used it to both knives and other stones. As a stone flattener it works very well. On knives I don't like the feedback at all but it does remove metal very well. I guess I have to get used to the stone.

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  Update: Pop Rocks to the rescue for "bad knives", November 20, 2019
Posted By: Lionel Joyce

Update a year later. Was having trouble getting any edge at all on a friend's antique carving knife in what must have been a quite soft stainless. Plus the edge had a double curvature: concave near the handle, convex towards the tip. An inexpensive, 220 grit stone that I use for beater knives was having no effect whatsoever, and on my decent Cerax320 the curvature was affecting the flatness of the stone. So I turned to the Pop Rocks, and within a few minutes of sharpening on the 1" face of the stone - to deal with the knife edge curvature - I had a paper-slicer.

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  Fun stone, September 13, 2018
Posted By: Lionel Joyce - verified customer

Put a new edge on an old Chinese cleaver, and does a fair job of flattening up my 1k and 6K stones. Wouldn't use it on a good knife though

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  Decent, January 22, 2018
Posted By: Keith Ryan Amirault - verified customer

It is a pretty great stone, especially for the price. It is not a soft stone, but for 220 stones, I like the hardest stones possible, like Shapton Pro or Glass, or Naniwa 220 Sharpening Series. This stone is a little softer than those and resulted in scratching on my primary bevel which I don't like. Generally, I prefer diamond plates for sharpening this low, but I wanted to try this unique stone. It performed well, and I personally didn't mind the bubbles, but you can definitely feel them while sharpening.

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  It's good. , October 14, 2017
Posted By: Nicoli Pototski - verified customer

This stone works well just the holes bother me more than I thought it would.

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