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Spyderco 204F1 Triangle Sharpmaker Replacement Fine Grit Rod

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Part Number: SP204F1
Manufacturer: Spyderco Knives
Retail Price: $16.95
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This Fine Grit ceramic stone is a replacement item for the ones included in the 204MF Tri-Angle Sharpmaker sharpening system.

204F stone is sold individually and fits into the 204 Tri-Angle Sharpmaker sharpening system. For cleaning: scrub with a scouring pad and powered abrasive cleaner, air-dry. Autoclave safe.
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Terry O
Jun 16, 2015
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Got this because I lost one of the fine rods from my Sharpmaker. Got 2 just in case. Can't beat that Sharpmaker for the price, makes nice clean, sharp, even edges. The rods are perfect and arrived in good time. Very pleased with my purchase, I expected to be, I have always had good service from Knifecenter. Thanks, folks!
5 out of 5
May 29, 2014
Pros: Effectiveness, Overall Quality, Ease of Use
Cons: None
Spyderco fine ceramic fine grit rod
I bought this set of rods to use as a spare. They really put a hair shaving edge on my knives.
5 out of 5
Enzo Cruiser
Mar 21, 2014
Pros: Effectiveness, Overall Quality, Ease of Use
Cons: None
My most-used sharpening tool
I bought a second set of these for use with a mounting block I made that sets them at a finer angle than the standard Sharpmaker, optimized for delicate slicing tasks in the kitchen. These fine-grit rods strike a great balance between giving an edge a nice degree of polish, while still removing enough metal to sharpen efficiently. They work well as the final step in the sharpening process for anyone who isn't fanatical enough to routinely strop their knives, or for a quick tune-up in place of a traditional steel for a knife that's still fairly sharp. I use them with all my knives, typically after getting them close to sharp with either a handheld diamond tool or a large bench stone. They're even gentle enough that they work well dry with a very hard Japanese blade that chips when used with coarser stones.
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