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Dekton Knife Sharpener Stone - Double Sided Fine & Coarse 20cm x 5cm x 2.5cm £2.99 including p&p @ eBay thinkprice

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Posted 14th FebEdited by:"pantaiema"

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£2.99 RRP £8.99 save £6.00 (66% OFF*). I have ordered one myself. This is "Dekton" Branded item, with 5* review on ebay, it is not the same with unbranded similar items you will find on eBay. The closest price on the same product, like for like is £5.99.
ebay.co.uk/p/2…748

The cost of P&P itself for 20cm x 5cm x 2.5cm stone is already around £2.99. So £2.99 with p&p is a bargain. Cheapest I have seen so far.

Dekton Knife Sharpener Stone - Double Sided Fine & Coarse 20cm x 5cm x 2.5cm
Featuring two sides, this sharpener aims to remove imperfections on knives and sharpen them to maintain their performance

The knife stone sharpener can be used to restore a sharper edge to all manner of stainless light use tools. These include items such as kitchen knives, scissors, razors and tools such as plain blades, chisels etc. This ensures the objects are in full working order and fit for task. The product is flat and double sided for ease of use and the material composition is oil stone. Due to the product size and weight, the stone is portable allowing you to move the item without any inconvenience.

- Suitable for all knives including those with Japanese and German steel
- Use with water or oil
- Two sides: fine and coarse
- Combination of silicon carbide
- Approximate Dimensions: 20cm x 5cm x 2.5cm (Please note, as this is a natural stone, dimensions may vary slightly)
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My dad was an engineer and I received an unsused carborundum stone from him, must be 40 years old. I only recently started using it but it gives even cheap knifes a good sharp edge with a minute's worth of effort. Nothing much to do with this post but thought I'd share :/
Edited by: "joolsvern72" 14th Feb
That's Valentine's Day sorted.
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That's Valentine's Day sorted.
Perfect to go with Monster Hunter.
That stone looks well used!
39904862-bzJ6S.jpgHow you can call professional ,when its..not at all
Course and fine is no guide to the actual content.
This item is usually available for this type of price in the cheap tool shops.
Dekton tools are as promising as Rolson in quality.
TristanDeCoonha14/02/2020 14:07

Course and fine is no guide to the actual content. This item is usually …Course and fine is no guide to the actual content. This item is usually available for this type of price in the cheap tool shops. Dekton tools are as promising as Rolson in quality.


Yeah I was looking to see what the numbers were - the lack of any tells me all I need to know, that I'll stay away. But hey, if someone just wants a basic stone to have a play around with...
Got one of these for in work, very poor quality tbh, good enough for sharpening knives that don't matter but I'd spend extra and get a proper stone with numbered grades provided.
They drew first blood .....
My dad was an engineer and I received an unsused carborundum stone from him, must be 40 years old. I only recently started using it but it gives even cheap knifes a good sharp edge with a minute's worth of effort. Nothing much to do with this post but thought I'd share :/
Edited by: "joolsvern72" 14th Feb
That's a sharp deal right there 🔪
So are we talking 3000 fine?
I have given up on stones and all manners of sharpeners, except those gizmos that maintain the edge angle as you work on the edge. In particular I recommend one of the Chinese knock off of the KME system, which you can get for under £15 (to sneak below the import customs limit) if you look around in AliExpress, e.g.

The bottom line, is only things like that can let a numpty like me make any knife slice slithers off plain paper within minutes every time. But if you have the skill, you can use a brick and some water, indeed there is a YouTube video showing exactly that.
speedygonzalez14/02/2020 20:58

I have given up on stones and all manners of sharpeners, except those …I have given up on stones and all manners of sharpeners, except those gizmos that maintain the edge angle as you work on the edge. In particular I recommend one of the Chinese knock off of the KME system, which you can get for under £15 (to sneak below the import customs limit) if you look around in AliExpress, e.g.The bottom line, is only things like that can let a numpty like me make any knife slice slithers off plain paper within minutes every time. But if you have the skill, you can use a brick and some water, indeed there is a YouTube video showing exactly that.


Have you got a link for the Ali one please?
Reecapp14/02/2020 20:03

cheaper here https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/264616777915


This Brand is Dekton with 5* review, so it is not the same. The closest price is £5.99 in here
ebay.co.uk/p/2…748
pantaiema14/02/2020 21:08

This Brand is Dekton with 5* review, so it is not the same. The closest …This Brand is Dekton with 5* review, so it is not the same. The closest price is £5.99 in here https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/23035728628?iid=192402743748


I’m sure they all use the same suppliers in China.
Soldyoursoul14/02/2020 21:01

Have you got a link for the Ali one please?


This one is currently going for £13.70 freepost (when viewed on a laptop, can be different with a phone... ).

I have not explored the site for the best, if you look around you are likely to find better and/or cheaper models - e.g. models that allow you to flip the knife round quicker by having a spring load. The only knowledge/skill needed with these things is creating and feeling for "the burl" on the edge before switching side/stone - there are plenty of youtube videos on the subject.

Knife sharpening can be addictive...
speedygonzalez15/02/2020 12:03

This one is currently going for £13.70 freepost (when viewed on a laptop, …This one is currently going for £13.70 freepost (when viewed on a laptop, can be different with a phone... ).I have not explored the site for the best, if you look around you are likely to find better and/or cheaper models - e.g. models that allow you to flip the knife round quicker by having a spring load. The only knowledge/skill needed with these things is creating and feeling for "the burl" on the edge before switching side/stone - there are plenty of youtube videos on the subject.Knife sharpening can be addictive...



Thanks for that. I'm glad you like it but for me, I know it's way too big and awkward! I need something I can pull out of the drawer and run my knife over every now and again and then pop it back out of the way - this would just end up gathering dust in the back of my cupboard!
thanks op
39998405-tWXvF.jpgthis is what i reviewed pretty bowed
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