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Edge Pro sharpening stone, grit 220

Edge Pro sharpening stone, grit 220
£ 18.00  £ 14.40
SKU: EP220MOUNTED
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Description
This sharpening stone is intended for use in an Edge Pro sharpening system. The grit size cannot be directly compared to the grit size of Japanese water stones. See the attached table.

Table of comparison Edge Pro versus Japanese water stone
Edge Pro Japanese water stone
120 120
220 700
320 2000
600 5000
1000 8000
1200 15000
2000 (tape) 10000
3000 (tape) 18000
6000 (tape) 20000

Specifications

  • Brand: Edge Pro
  • Series: not applicable
  • Type: sharpening stone
  • Suitable for: Edge Pro apex 1, Edge Pro apex 2, Edge Pro apex 3, Edge Pro apex 4, Edge Pro professional kit 1, Edge Pro professional kit 2, Edge Pro professional kit 3, Edge Pro professional kit 4
  • Grit according to supplier: 220
  • Length: 15.9 cm
  • Width: 2.5 cm
  • Height: 0.65 cm
  • Colour: grey
  • Material: aluminum
  • Abrasive: white aluminum oxide
  • Use with water: no
  • Country of origin: USA
  • Warranty on materials and manufacturing defects: lifetime
SKU: EP220MOUNTED
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£ 18.00  £ 14.40
 
 
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Reviews     (10)   Average score from 2 review(s)
Naam: Dave Raybould, Cheltenham
Datum: 05 August 2017

   General score
   Price vs. quality
   Meets expectations
If I have a dull knife this is my go to stone. There is enough grit to reshape most bevels or edges depending on how you are sharpening but not so much that it will eat metal. I would only go lower than this grit if the edge was totally blown on a blade and I needed to shift a lot of metal. The quality of these stones is amazing and after 15+ years of using them on an Edge Pro Professional unit I would never consider anything else!
Naam: Anoniem, 50939
Datum: 10 November 2014

   General score
   Price vs. quality
   Meets expectations
This review is taken from our sister company www.knivesandtools.de and has been translated for you from Dutch by Google Translate.
Guys, the EDGE PRO stock stones are more than sufficient and you will get your knives insanely sharp. As a normal user I absolutely don't see any reason to buy the Chosera- or Shapton-stones. Grid cannot be the reason for it. Compare the grids on the Edge Pro web site (Sharpening Tips -\u003e 8. Crossover Chart). Maybe professional sharpeners need that stuff (reason?) but for me (or you?) there's no wish left.

For an EDC folder or kitchen knive you will not need the highest grids. It's not by accident that the basic edge pro version 'only' comes with 220 and 400 grid stones. You'll get veeery sharp knives with these grids, especially if you reduce the rest of the burr with a strop. But if you want a polished edge, you will need the highest grids along with the polishing tapes.

The polishing tapes work very well. First make one or two pull strokes. I never had a problem with the blade cutting into the tape after two pull strokes.

Use the Edge Pro Glass Blank for the tapes. Let's go the whole hog.
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