Bob Kramer Sharpening Stone, #400 grit
Although he is most widely recognized for his blades, Bob is also an expert on sharpening. In that spirit, he has collaborated with Zwilling to create the Kramer by Zwilling sharpening collection.
In order to maximize the performance of any knife, it is very important that the edge be properly cared for. Retooling your knives’ edges by hand may seem daunting to a beginner, but with Kramer’s help many describe the experience as relaxing and gratifying. Keeping your blades sharp not only makes the cook’s most important tool easier to use, sharpening makes knives safer.
Made from synthetic ceramic whetstone, this Japanese sharpening stone #400 grit allows you to change the angle of the edge of the blade as well as repair it. The stone sharpens to your desired sharpness as well creates a long-lasting sharpness through minimal work. It is safe to use on all knives except ceramic.
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- Certified as a Master Bladesmith by the American Bladesmith Society, Bob Kramer is one of the only Master Bladesmiths in the world specializing in kitchen cutlery
- Kramer has seen the knife from every angle—as a chef, a professional knife sharpener, and a Master Bladesmith
- Kramer has collaborated with Zwilling to create the Kramer by Zwilling sharpening collection
- This incredible assortment offers our customers a sharpening and polishing option to fit every skill level
- Maximize the performance of your knives
- Retooling your knives’ edges by hand may seem daunting to a beginner, but with Kramer’s help many describe the experience as relaxing and gratifying
- Japanese sharpening stone #400 is made from synthetic ceramic whetstone
- Allows you to change the angle of the edge of the blade as well as repair it
- Sharpens knives to your desired sharpness as well creates a long-lasting sharpness through minimal work
- Safe to use on all knives except ceramic
- Material: Synthetic ceramic whetstone
- Made in Japan
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- Hand wash
I was able to put a new edge on an extremely dull paring knife in under five minutes. Once I followed it up with passes on the medium grit and low grit polishing stones, it was sharp enough to shave razor-thin slices of tomato without any sawing.
Stone sharpening takes a little practice, but it's really not that difficult and the results are so much better than what you can achieve with an electric or pull-through wheel sharpener
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