View a Larger Image of Ceramic File Set with Suede Pouch - Fine/1800 Grit - 4 Pack
View a Larger Image of Ceramic File Set with Suede Pouch - Fine/1800 Grit - 4 Pack
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Spyderco

Ceramic File Set with Suede Pouch - Fine/1800 Grit - 4 Pack

$56.99

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The multiple profiles offered in this set are perfect for the small wood carving tools. Removing burrs after sharpening, touching up an edge or giving a final polishing are just a few of the things you can do with these files. All the files are a single grit-fine/1800 grit. Like other...

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The multiple profiles offered in this set are perfect for the small wood carving tools. Removing burrs after sharpening, touching up an edge or giving a final polishing are just a few of the things you can do with these files. All the files are a single grit-fine/1800 grit. Like other Spyderco "white" stones, these do not wear so there is never a need to fix an edge or surface of the file due to use. The set of four files includes the following; round, square, triangle and heart shaped slip - and comes conveniently packaged in a protective, snap-front suede pouch.
Features:
• All the files are a single grit-fine/1800 grit.
• These do not wear so there is never a need to fix an edge or surface of the file due to use.
• Set of four files includes the following; round, square, triangle and heart shaped slip .
• Conveniently packaged in a protective, snap-front suede pouch.

Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great little set

    I am new to carving but worked as a finish carpenter for years. Seems to be a nice product for sharpening gouges and parting tools. Very solid little tools as I dropped one on to concrete and it did not break.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    A very good product for hand tool guys

    I use these for sharpening the cutters on my heritage wooden molding planes. These planes have complex cutter geometries that only stones like these can handle.

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