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Item 163082
Model LX-1602

WoodRiver - WoodRiver 10in Diamond Stone

$49.99

$79.99

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Plastic plate with a 1200-grit and 400-grit diamond coated metal plates embedded on opposite sides. This means the stone is thinner and lighter which translates into it’s easier to take on the road with you. We found this stone to be just the thing for preliminary shaping, beveling chisels and plane blades, sharpening knives, and touching up turning tools. The 400-grit side removes material quickly, while the 1200-grit side can be used to refines and touch up the edge.

Features:

• 10” x 2-3/4” Diamond stone

• 400 grit

• 1200 grit

• Ideal for shaping, beveling chisels and plane blades, sharpening knives and touching up turning tools


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Reviews

3.67 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good for a while.

    I got these stones to start out in woodworking to sharpen chisels and plane irons which did the job for a while but over time they came out of flat. The plates are probably 1/8” thick which is not enough meat to keep them flat with much use. Again they are a good price but not a long term guaranteed solution for sharpening. I just got the trend diamond stone that Rob Cosman uses and it confirmed that my stones were out of flat. The best early investment in woodworking is not better tools but better sharpening so I would go with something more high end if I were you.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Woodriver diamond plate

    Not bad for the price. Cuts aggressive at first as all diamond plates do until “broken in”so to speak. Then mellows but still does the job. One bit of advice is use some type of lubricant to carry off the swarf created. Noticed this much more on the “400” side. The little pockets will get gunked up pretty good fairly fast. Other than that it’s a real bargain.

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great plates

    Got this when they first came out to use wile traveling. Have been very impressed with it.

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