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Spyderco 302F
Item 835911

Bench Stone 2" x 8", Fine/1800 Grit

$50.50

Spyderco sharpening stones are ceramic stones but unlike man-made Japanese water or ceramic stones, Spyderco's stones require no lubrication of any kind. No oil. No water. No slurry. Best of all,...

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Spyderco sharpening stones are ceramic stones but unlike man-made Japanese water or ceramic stones, Spyderco's stones require no lubrication of any kind. No oil. No water. No slurry. Best of all, no mess. The medium (brown) stones have a grain structure ideal for quick stock removal such as re-shaping a blade or removing nicks and because of this unique grain structure, will show wear over time or with heavy use. The fine and ultra fine (white) stones do not wear at all and have a grain structure that excels polishing the edge of any steel. Spyderco stones do not require any special maintenance such as flattening, simply an occasional cleaning with any powered cleanser is all that's needed to refresh the surface and keep these stones in top shape. Spyderco bench stones are flat (guaranteed within .020) and broad (2" x 8"). Ideal for sharpening and polishing a wide variety of tools from chisels to plane blades. Each stones comes packed in a rigid polymer case with rubber feet that protects the stone and provides a base for table top use.

  • Spyderco's stones require no lubrication of any kind.
  • No maintenance such as flattening.
  • Ideal for sharpening and polishing a wide variety of tools from chisels to plane blades.
  • Each stones comes packed in a rigid polymer case with rubber feet.

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  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Guaranteed within .020?

    Guaranteed within .020--is that supposed to be impressive? I was given one of these as a present and at first thought it was going to be something I could use for my chisels and planer blades (I like to use ceramic stones on my kitchen knives). But my stone is not nearly flat enough for chisels. Mine is actually .015 out of flat and I thought that was a lot. A stone that is .020 out would be like trying to sharpen a chisel on a banana. I guess this stone could still be used for knife blades, but if you want to sharpen your bench chisels and planer blades use DMT diamond stones.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    awesome

    well worth the cost. i'm new to sharpening and i like the fact that these don't need to be flattened and they will last. the medium stone puts a nice edge on chisels and plane irons. i'll be completing the set in the future.

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