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NANIWA Round Sharpening Stone for Long Knives

Type: 320 Grit

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Product Information

  • Brand:NANIWA
  • Model:QA-0060(320 Grit) / QA-0061(1000 Grit) / QA-0062(3000 Grit) / QZ-0020(Sharpening Base)
  • Material:White Aluminum Oxide
  • Product type:Sharpening Stone
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • 320 Grit:Dimensions (approx): Ø220 x H27 mm, Item weight (approx): 2800 g, Shipping weight (approx): 3100 g
  • 1000 Grit:Dimensions (approx): Ø220 x H27 mm, Item weight (approx): 2800 g, Shipping weight (approx): 3100 g
  • 3000 Grit:Dimensions (approx): Ø220 x H27 mm, Item weight (approx): 2800 g, Shipping weight (approx): 3100 g
  • Sharpening Base:Dimensions (approx): Ø220 x H23 mm, Item weight (approx): 440 g, Shipping weight (approx): 680 g

Key Features

  • You can sharpen from any direction, without wearing out one part of the stone.
  • Perfect for sharpening long blades, such as Yanagiba knives, Takobiki knives, Bread knives and Cake knives.
  • The base secures the sharpening stone stable. It would be more stable if you put a wet cloth underneath.
  • The #320 grit stone is suited for fixing the chipped blades. The #1000 grit stone is perfect for everyday maintenance. You can use the #3000 stone for extra sharp edges.

Use & Care

  • Soak the stone to saturate it prior to use.
  • Splash some water on the stone as you sharpen the blades.
  • Make sure to use the stone on the flat, stable and non-slippery surface.
  • Wash it well with water after use. Air dry and store it away from the direct sunlight.
  • In case a part of the stone is chipped after a fall, for example, make sure to smooth out the chipped part so that the blade won't be damaged when sharpening with it.

Background

Since its establishment, Naniwa Abrasive Mfg. Co.,Ltd. has been dedicated to the development and manufacture of grinding and polishing technology and tools. They have an integrated system from production to sales of a wide variety of grindstone or diamond tools.

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