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Double Sided diamond sharpener hone (Wood handle) 80/300 Grit

Double Sided diamond sharpener hone (Wood handle) 80/300 Grit,Diamond grit: 80#/ 300#, various grit at two sides,Solid wood handle,with bevels at two side, easily to sharpen the blades of garden tools.
  • Diamond Files

  • 190X25X2.50MM

  • Wooder

  • Diamond, 45#Steel, Wood Hand

  • Suitable for sharpening many woodworking tools including router cutters, forstner bits, woodturning gouges, internal and external bevel edges, skews, carving tools, saw blades, small chisels, kitchen knife ,serrated knives, pruners, shears etc.

  • 80#/300#

  • Hanging Bag, Blister

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Product Description

Description & features

1. With bevels at two side, easily to sharpen the blades of garden tools (grass trimmer, hedge trimmer, lawn mower, chain saw, shovels...)
2. Size:  190x25x2.50MM
3. Diamond grit: 80#/ 300#, various grit at two sides
4. Solid wood handle
5. Logo:  Silk-screen, etched available
6. Package:  Hanging bag, blister

Professional double sided  diamond sharpener hones


80 grit - Great for turning tools. Perfect for sharpening roughing gouges, and repairing damaged edges. Can create a durable edge on roughing gouges in seconds and will give a tough lasting burr on a scraper.

300 grit - Good for general purpose work. Perfect for sharpening router cutters, carbide and HSS blades, planer blades, turning tools, carving and general woodworking tools.


Stone: 60x 25mm, plate 2.5mm.



Product Parameters


Code:HYD2006
Product Name:Double Sided diamond sharpener hone (Wood handle) 80/300 Grit
Product Description:Solid wood handle

Diamond grit: 80#/ 300#, various grit at two sides

Size:190X25X2.50MM
Package:Hanging bag, blister
Minimum Order Qty:1000PCS
Qty/Ctn:100pcs
Ctn Size(cm):36x28x39cm
G.W./Ctn(kg)22.5/21.5kg


Basic Info.

Overview / Basic Info.

Model NO.

HYD2006

Product Dimensions

190X25X2.50MM

TrademarkHUAYIDAOriginJiangsu, China
HS Code8203100000Production Capacity3000PCS/Month


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Packaging

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FAQ

Are double sided whetstones good?

"For someone just starting out with sharpening, I recommend a double-sided sharpening stone with a 1000 grit on one side for general sharpening and on the other side anything between 3000 to 6000 grit for getting the sharp edge," says Peter Nguyen, personal chef and culinary educator.

Yes, double-sided whetstones can be quite effective for sharpening knives and other blades.    The main advantage of a double-sided whetstone is that it typically offers two different grit levels on each side, allowing you to perform both coarse and fine sharpening in one tool.

For example, one side might have a coarse grit (such as 400-600 grit sharpening stone ) for repairing damaged or dull edges, while the other side might have a finer grit (such as 1000-3000) for refining the edge and achieving a sharper finish.    This versatility makes double-sided whetstones popular among both amateur and professional chefs, as well as enthusiasts who want to maintain their blades at home.    Just be sure to follow proper sharpening techniques and use the appropriate grit for your needs.


Are diamond sharpening stones worth it?

Advantages of diamond sharpening plates: They allow quick removal of material for grinding out chips and changing the base bevel of plane irons and chisels.   Quick sharpening and material removal also in medium grit grades is another advantage.

Diamond sharpening stones can be worth it depending on your needs and preferences.  Here are some factors to consider:

Durability: Diamond sharpening stones are highly durable and wear-resistant compared to traditional water stones or oil stones.  They maintain their flat surface for longer periods, which can be beneficial if you sharpen blades frequently.

Speed: Diamond sharpening stones tend to sharpen blades more quickly than traditional stones because diamonds are very hard and abrasive.  This can save you time, especially when sharpening large or heavily dulled blades.

Versatility: Diamond stones are effective for sharpening a wide range of materials, including steel, ceramic, and carbide.  This versatility makes them suitable for various types of knives, tools, and other cutting instruments.

Initial Cost: Diamond sharpening stones can be more expensive upfront compared to other types of sharpening stones.  However, their durability and long-term performance may offset this initial investment over time.

Maintenance: While diamond stones are durable, they may require occasional cleaning to remove metal particles and debris that can accumulate on the surface.  Some diamond stones also require occasional flattening to maintain their flatness.

if you prioritize durability, speed, and versatility, diamond sharpening stones can be a worthwhile investment.  However, if you prefer a more traditional sharpening experience or have specific preferences for certain types of stones, you may want to explore other options.



Do you need to wet a diamond sharpening stone?


Should I Use My Sharpening Stones Wet or Dry?


Diamond Stones


Water was used as necessary to keep the surface of one stone wet during use.   Like the oil stones, diamond stones also showed a significant difference in cutting ability between damp and dry, again with the dry being slower.


Durability:

 

Diamond sharpening stones are highly durable and wear-resistant compared to traditional water stones or oil stones.   They maintain their flat surface for longer periods, which can be beneficial if you sharpen blades frequently.


Speed: 

Diamond sharpening stones tend to sharpen blades more quickly than traditional stones because diamonds are very hard and abrasive.   This can save you time, especially when sharpening large or heavily dulled blades.


Versatility: 

Diamond stones are effective for sharpening a wide range of materials, including steel, ceramic, and carbide.   This versatility makes them suitable for various types of knives, tools, and other cutting instruments.


Initial Cost: 

Diamond sharpening stones can be more expensive upfront compared to other types of sharpening stones.   However, their durability and long-term performance may offset this initial investment over time.


Maintenance: 

While diamond stones are durable, they may require occasional cleaning to remove metal particles and debris that can accumulate on the surface.   Some diamond stones also require occasional flattening to maintain their flatness.


if you prioritize durability, speed, and versatility, diamond sharpening stones can be a worthwhile investment.   However, if you prefer a more traditional sharpening experience or have specific preferences for certain types of stones, you may want to explore other options.


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