Any good not expensive stones that ship cheap norway?
any good 500grit whetstone?
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Never tried the Chosera, so i can't tell. Take care about grit numbers tho, cause many times you read 400 but the stone cuts like a 700, etc. Grits can be very confusing.
Beston was a top stone years ago, but now there're other options. For instance, here's the Geshin 400. I like the sound and the speed of this stone:
I should mention that most of my knives are carbons. With some stainless narrower jumps may be advisable. I use the 5k for deburring VG-10 after the 2k, and won't make the jump from 400 to 2k but have the 800 in between.
Edited by Benuser - 1/2/15 at 2:16pm