King Sharpening Stone - #1000/#6000_1
King Sharpening Stone - #1000/#6000_2
King Sharpening Stone - #1000/#6000_1
King Sharpening Stone - #1000/#6000_2

King

King Sharpening Stone - #1000/#6000

38,50€ 55,00€

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A combination sharpening stone from renowned Japanese whetstone manufacturer King is a great and affordable choice for novice and intermediate knife sharpeners. We would recommend King's #1000/#6000 grit combination stone to owners of Japanese knives with hardness above 60 HRC. #1000 grit is a most common, general sharpening granulation (to put a new edge on a blunt knife), while #6000 grit is a fine granulation for the finishing edge and the final polish of the blade.

If we ranked King stones, we would give it an "Economy Plus" mark, compared to our SharpEdge "Economy" stones. The main difference lies in the manufacturing process. King stones are not just pressed into the shape, but also "baked". This reflects in less stone wear during sharpening (meaning they will last for a longer time), but it takes slightly more experience and patience with knife sharpening, as King stone will generate less slurry than the "Economy" stones.

King combination stone includes a non-slip base stand for safer sharpening, preventing the stone from moving around.

Dimensions: 185 × 63 × 25 mm ( 7.3" x 2.5" x 1.0")

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Richard Alves
Amazing Stone for a Beginner like Me

The knife sharpening stone I recently purchased has proven to be a kitchen essential. It’s a compact, dual-grit (1000/6000) whetstone that delivers a razor-sharp edge to my knives every time.
This tool is not just a stone, but a gateway to enhanced efficiency and precision in the kitchen.
The 1000-grit side is perfect for reshaping or repairing chipped edges, while the 6000-grit side is ideal for fine honing, ensuring a polished and ultra-sharp edge. The stone is easy to use and comes with a non-slip plastic base for safety, which is a thoughtful touch.
The sharpening process is simple and effective, and the stone works well with a variety of knives. It’s also easy to clean, which is a bonus.
However, it does require a bit of maintenance, as it needs to be soaked in water before use. Also, beginners like me, might find it a bit challenging to get the right angle at first. The Knife Sharpening Guide Clip helps, but after sharpening 3 or 4 knifes, I've stop using it.
Overall, this sharpening stone delivers excellent value for its price. It’s a reliable tool that I would recommend to anyone looking to maintain their knives’ sharpness and longevity. It truly is a cut above the rest!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Richard Alves
Amazing Stone for a Beginner like Me

The knife sharpening stone I recently purchased has proven to be a kitchen essential. It’s a compact, dual-grit (1000/6000) whetstone that delivers a razor-sharp edge to my knives every time.
This tool is not just a stone, but a gateway to enhanced efficiency and precision in the kitchen.
The 1000-grit side is perfect for reshaping or repairing chipped edges, while the 6000-grit side is ideal for fine honing, ensuring a polished and ultra-sharp edge. The stone is easy to use and comes with a non-slip plastic base for safety, which is a thoughtful touch.
The sharpening process is simple and effective, and the stone works well with a variety of knives. It’s also easy to clean, which is a bonus.
However, it does require a bit of maintenance, as it needs to be soaked in water before use. Also, beginners like me, might find it a bit challenging to get the right angle at first. The Knife Sharpening Guide Clip helps, but after sharpening 3 or 4 knifes, I've stop using it.
Overall, this sharpening stone delivers excellent value for its price. It’s a reliable tool that I would recommend to anyone looking to maintain their knives’ sharpness and longevity. It truly is a cut above the rest!

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