Suehiro Combination Stone - #1000/#3000_1

Suehiro

Piedra combinada Suehiro - #1000/#3000

40,00€

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La línea de piedras Cerax es una de las mejores entre las piedras de afilar de gama media. Estamos hablando de piedras de dureza media, que rápidamente crean una pasta durante el afilado: los granos resultantes, recién formados en la superficie de la piedra, contribuyen a la velocidad con la que se afilan los cuchillos. Como forman esta pasta más rápido, estas piedras también se desgastan un poco más rápido durante el proceso de afilado, por lo que será necesario aplanarlas con más frecuencia. No necesitan estar en remojo durante mucho tiempo en agua y pueden usarse para afilar cualquier tipo de acero, japonés o no.

La piedra de afilar combinada Suehiro de grano #1000/#3000 es una piedra excelente para uso doméstico. Elimina material de forma muy eficaz, ya que crea rápidamente una pasta durante el afilado que ayuda, facilitando así el proceso. El siguiente paso es utilizar Suehiro Rika #5000 piedra.

Remoje durante al menos 10 minutos antes de usar. Como la piedra se desgasta más rápido, es fundamental aplanarla periódicamente . Recomendamos la piedra de afilar de diamante Atoma 140 o la piedra de aplanar Naniwa .

Esta piedra de afilar viene con una base antideslizante para un afilado más seguro y evitar que la piedra se mueva. 

Tamaño de la piedra de afilar: 150 × 50 × 27 mm
Peso: 450 g
Número de producto: SKG-33

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I used the stone to sharpen 3 kitchen knives (Wusthof), 2 kitchen scissors, and a few pocket knives, but the 3000 side wears down so fast! My blades didn't have significant damages nor needed to be reshaped- all I did was sharpen the edge for a few minutes and the whetstone wore down more than a fourth of a centimeter by the end of the first day. I grew up sharpening knives on my parent's diamond whetstone, which doesn't wear almost at all compared to this whetstone!

It also came in chipped at the edge, probably due to the shipping company. I didn't mind any chips as the vast majority of the area of the stone was usable and by the end of the first day I couldn't tell that there were chips (again, due to wear). Overall, pretty good! Would probably need to buy the 3000 grit again by the time that side wears completely down, but sharpening knives for a casual cook is an infrequent endeavor so it won't be for a long while.

Hi there,

Urban from SharpEdge here, thank you so much for taking the time and writing us a review.

Suehiro stones are indeed slightly softer stones compared to same granulation stones for other Japanese manufacturers. Please note that 3000 grit stone is in this case meant as a finishing stone and not much material should be removed from the blade on this step. If you need to remove more material and apply stronger pressure, I would suggest staying a while longer on a 1000 grit stone. Compared to the diamond sharpening stones, whetstones wear out faster.

About the chips on the stone, there would be no problem to let us know about the damaged parcel. We would happily arrange a replacement.

I will also reach out to you via email.

All the best,
Urban

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Customer Reviews

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Wears fast

I used the stone to sharpen 3 kitchen knives (Wusthof), 2 kitchen scissors, and a few pocket knives, but the 3000 side wears down so fast! My blades didn't have significant damages nor needed to be reshaped- all I did was sharpen the edge for a few minutes and the whetstone wore down more than a fourth of a centimeter by the end of the first day. I grew up sharpening knives on my parent's diamond whetstone, which doesn't wear almost at all compared to this whetstone!

It also came in chipped at the edge, probably due to the shipping company. I didn't mind any chips as the vast majority of the area of the stone was usable and by the end of the first day I couldn't tell that there were chips (again, due to wear). Overall, pretty good! Would probably need to buy the 3000 grit again by the time that side wears completely down, but sharpening knives for a casual cook is an infrequent endeavor so it won't be for a long while.

Hi there,

Urban from SharpEdge here, thank you so much for taking the time and writing us a review.

Suehiro stones are indeed slightly softer stones compared to same granulation stones for other Japanese manufacturers. Please note that 3000 grit stone is in this case meant as a finishing stone and not much material should be removed from the blade on this step. If you need to remove more material and apply stronger pressure, I would suggest staying a while longer on a 1000 grit stone. Compared to the diamond sharpening stones, whetstones wear out faster.

About the chips on the stone, there would be no problem to let us know about the damaged parcel. We would happily arrange a replacement.

I will also reach out to you via email.

All the best,
Urban

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