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Dan’s Whetstone Soft-Hard Sharpening Stone Box Set - 4’’ Select Arkansas Stones, Honing Oil

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About Dan’s Whetstone Soft-Hard Sharpening Stone Box Set - 4’’ Select Arkansas Stones, Honing Oil

Nature's Irregular. Dan's Whetstone Soft & Hard sharpening stone box set includes medium (soft) and fine (hard) grade four-inch stones with a three-ounce bottle of honing oil to ensure a perfect edge every time.


Specs about Dan’s Whetstone Soft-Hard Sharpening Stone Box Set - 4’’ Select Arkansas Stones, Honing Oil

  • Knife style: Sharpener
  • Material Stone, wood and composite
  • Weight: 1 lb. 14 oz.
  • Made in United States of America


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4.400000 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 10 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Been there and back from Fl on Saturday, May 11, 2013
These two stones are the real deal. A good size for doing hand work on large items such as a machete, but very good for the smaller knives as well. Being partly raised in a country where sugar cane was once a major product and going to the fields to cut grass for the animals a daily task, knowing ho... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Joe runner from idaho on Wednesday, November 20, 2013
    This is a nice product, but there are a few holes in the center of one side of the stone. Have to flip it over and use only one side but that is ok.
  • Reviewed by RuralRunner from Iowa on Wednesday, November 13, 2013
    Quality sharpening set that I'll keep on my workbench and use for years to come.
  • Reviewed by Jesse Pesci from North Carolina on Sunday, November 10, 2013
    I've always used some sort of diamond gizmo to try to get my blades sharp, or I've given them to a friend to sharpen. Not anymore. It's not the easiest, but these stones can help anybody put an edge on a blade.
  • Reviewed by Blazer from Cheyenne WY on Sunday, October 13, 2013
    There is just something about having that stone in your hand, and methodically counting how many strokes per side of the blade that you sharpen. Yes, there are so many other new products built of plastic that are out there and one-two-three, your done and the knife is sharp (well, sharpen than what it was). But this kit, is for making sure your old knife that Dad of Grandpa gave you still has that edge, and you want to care for it, just like they did. The kit comes with instructions, and it may feel a little awkward at first, but soon enough, you will be asking for all those straight knives in the kitchen to sharpen. True knife sharpening with these stones (and the correct stone at that) is fast becoming a lost art. I highly recommend this set to ensure YOU sharpen that knife, and not some plastic gadget.
  • Reviewed by Darren from Yakima, WA on Tuesday, October 8, 2013
    I find hese work better than the typical long cylindrical sharpener that comes in knife sets. I used them on our JA Henkel knives and are enjoying them again without frustration. It takes a bit of skill to get the proper angle for a good edge, but once you get the rhythm it goes quickly. I wish they were a bit longer for my 8" blade, but they work well for the 6" and smaller. The med grit is good for pruning shears. I appreciate the storage box since it keeps the residual oil from getting all over the drawer they are kept in.

Question & Answer

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  • “When you say these are seconds, what type of inconsistencies or damage can we expect on them?”
    Asked by Nilpo from New Springfield, OH on 11/28/2012 12:00:00 AM
    • 2nds: Minor cosmetic blemishes or irregulars which do not affect the fit, performance, or longevity of the item. Label is usually clipped by the manufacturer. A small flaw means big savings. They actual irregularity of the item varies.
      Answered on 12/4/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Greg from Sierra Trading Post

About Dan’s Whetstone

Dan's Whetstones knife sharpeners are the ultimate tools for the ultimate edge. It's time to put that tired knife sharpener to bed. The consensus among knife owners is that the number one tool for sharpening knives is the Arkansas novaculite whetstone. Dan's Whetstones is your direct connection to these remarkable knife sharpeners. Arkansas novaculite whetstones are sharpening stones with a crystalline structure of individual quartz grains with voids and exposures of crystalline edges that result in the perfect knife sharpening structure. Hone your blades for intricate cutting tasks like skinning and field dressing, keep your edge while woodworking or fine tune your cutlery before preparing a meal. No matter the blade, edge or tool, Dan's Whetstones' soft, hard, translucent and black Arkansas novaculite stones shine as knife sharpeners that are a cut above the rest.