Naniwa Super Water Stone 10,000 Grit, Extra Thick

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This stone is my go-to stone! Everyone gets caught up on grit ratings. I can get a better edge with this 10,000 Grit than most with a 12,000 or 16,000! I have used all the stones available to a Honemeister and I always go back to this 10K. So, if you never tried this 10K I would HIGHLY recommend that you try it. Most people say "Phil why do you always undersell yourself! Any time I can save my clients money I do, and the reality is that this $80 stone can compete with any finisher on the market. Don't get me wrong, I still Love my Belgian Coticules, but if you are looking for a new addition to your stones or want to only have one for a good price look no further!

Naniwa Stones are resin bonded for fast cutting and ease. Unlike other stones, the Naniwa Super Stone does not need to be soaked. A simple splash of water over the surface of the stone will be sufficient.

The Naniwa Super Stones are able to handle any job, from repairing chips to touching up edges to their original sharpness. For optimal results, we recommend lapping before each use to avoid developing small chips. Always round off the edges, using 800 Grit wet/dry sandpaper works great!

Dimensions: 8.25" x 2.75" (210mm x 70mm x 20mm)

Made in Japan

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Ron Neumann
Nice Edge

Bought this 10,000 as a follow-up to the combination 3000/8000 Naniwa.

Fantastic results without much effort.

When you add the Balsa Board with the Chromium Oxide to the mix, you will realize you've reached a sharpness on another level.

Highly recommend.

Customer review

I have used this stone as a finisher and get great shave worthy edges. I also found that it doesn’t load up as much as some of my other Naniwa stones.

Customer review

Just got this stone. love it. I wanted to get all the stones, but Phil talked me down. He was absolutely more interested in my experience and satisfaction than my money. so glad I got this stone! I don't have a lapping plate yet so I used a granite tile and sand paper, I used a dull razor I am restoring to get under the sticker as I didn't want to sand it off.