Radiused Whetstone for Gardening Tools

$32.00
Grit

Description

Suehiro's radiused stones are manufactured for use on the edges of sickles, hoes and other gardening tools. For this reason, the range focuses on robust coarse and medium grits.

They are available as a coarse (#180), medium (#500) and fine (#1000) stone.

They feature three straight sides and one radiused side. This allows them to be used both on straight- or convex- bladed tools such as hedge shears, shovels and hatchets as well as the concave edges of sickles and hoes.

For best results, allow to sit in a bucket of water for 3-5 minutes before commencing sharpening, and add water while sharpening if the stone dries out.

This stone measures 134×40×30mm. 

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JKensington
Sharpening stones

Great little set of wet stones for my secateurs and shears, nice weight and feel in the hand

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Michael Eelkema
Radius stone for garden tools

I have been looking for a stone like this.., I’m using it for the refinement and repair of the ura of Japanese kitchen knives, It cuts about as well as can be expected on the hagane and is a good size for the knives I’m working on;)

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Peter Cowell
Gardening Tool Whetstones

Excellent size and nicely made. Well worth having. I first used them on my curved blade pruning knife. It would be nice to have an English translation of the instructions.

Radiused Whetstone for Gardening Tools - Waterstones - Japanese Tools Australia
Suehiro

Radiused Whetstone for Gardening Tools

$32.00

Suehiro's radiused stones are manufactured for use on the edges of sickles, hoes and other gardening tools. For this reason, the range focuses on robust coarse and medium grits.

They are available as a coarse (#180), medium (#500) and fine (#1000) stone.

They feature three straight sides and one radiused side. This allows them to be used both on straight- or convex- bladed tools such as hedge shears, shovels and hatchets as well as the concave edges of sickles and hoes.

For best results, allow to sit in a bucket of water for 3-5 minutes before commencing sharpening, and add water while sharpening if the stone dries out.

This stone measures 134×40×30mm. 

Grit

  • #180
  • #500
  • #1000
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