Whetstone / Strop Holder Tokushu Knife.

Whetstone / Strop Holder

Regular price$29.00
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We are happy to offer a low priced stone holder with soft rubber to secure your whetstones and strop block. This is an essential tool for a sharpening kit.

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Adam
For $20, just buy it

The description says this is essential and the description is not wrong. The biggest benefit is knuckle clearance when sharpening knives on whetstones. Synthetic whetstones aren't that tall so without this holder your knuckles will be dragging on the countertop when you sharpen your knife. I would dock off half a star because the holder sometimes slips on my counter. It's easily fixable by placing a damp towel or paper towel underneath the holder.

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