J.A. Henckels
Kramer by Zwilling 10,000 Grit Glass Water Sharpening Stone

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J.A. Henckels
Kramer by Zwilling 10,000 Grit Glass Water Sharpening Stone

$367.00

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product details

10000 grit sharpening stone

  • Dimensions: 7.5" x 2.5" x 2"
  • Stone
  • Hand wash
  • Imported
  • Web ID: 8999932
Customer Reviews
15 Reviews
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    must have for ultimate sharpness
    Jul 31, 2020

    This stone puts the finest edge on my knives. The synthetic construction means no soaking, just spritz it with a little water. The material is durable and doesn't wear quickly allowing for many years of sharpening.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    must have for ultimate sharpness
    by DanCooks

    This stone puts the finest edge on my knives. The synthetic construction means no soaking, just spritz it with a little water. The material is durable and doesn't wear quickly allowing for many years of sharpening.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    May 18, 2020

    Wonderful Kramer sharpening stone, it really works wonders. Plus, there is plenty of Youtube videos if you need help.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    by bkrayci0

    Wonderful Kramer sharpening stone, it really works wonders. Plus, there is plenty of Youtube videos if you need help.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    zwilling employee
    May 14, 2020

    This 10,000 Grit sharpening stone will fit the Zwilling sink bridge for the easiest stone sharpening event.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    zwilling employee
    by Alamedagirl

    This 10,000 Grit sharpening stone will fit the Zwilling sink bridge for the easiest stone sharpening event.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Great sharpening stones - all grits
    May 14, 2020

    It's your call. Getting the right combination of stones that makes your sharpening time the most efficient. Kramer stones come in 400, 1000, 3000, 5000 and 10,000 grit. Plus there's a Leather stropping block for the ultimate in polishing. Whichever combination you choose, I recommend at least three stones and the stropping block, you won't be disappointed. Hand sharpening takes some time and patience to get the hang of. But it is sooo worth it. It shows you why you want to hone your knives each time you use them, and sharpen them only when you really need to. And it reminds you why great knives, well maintained are so much more fun to work with. If you love knives, and love cooking, this is the time to jump in.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Great sharpening stones - all grits
    by CookinginCali

    It's your call. Getting the right combination of stones that makes your sharpening time the most efficient. Kramer stones come in 400, 1000, 3000, 5000 and 10,000 grit. Plus there's a Leather stropping block for the ultimate in polishing. Whichever combination you choose, I recommend at least three stones and the stropping block, you won't be disappointed. Hand sharpening takes some time and patience to get the hang of. But it is sooo worth it. It shows you why you want to hone your knives each time you use them, and sharpen them only when you really need to. And it reminds you why great knives, well maintained are so much more fun to work with. If you love knives, and love cooking, this is the time to jump in.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Just the best, the finer the better!
    May 13, 2020

    Whether Japanese or German knives this 10,000 grit glass water sharpening stone is an excellent way to maintain your knives' razor-sharp edge, to a scalpel-like sharpness. As with most stone sharpeners, this does take some practice but can easily become one of your favorite maintenance activities. This is the next level of stone sharpening, steppping up gradually to start grinding coarse from a lower gritstone from 400, and stepping to 1,000 gritstone, is typically used to repair knives up to 3,000 grit is used to sharpen dull knives. And either finish to that or with the higher grit up to 5,000 grit are finishing stones and are used to refine your knife edge but if you want to go higher up to 10,000 then go for it. Depending on the knife hardness and edge, it is a personal preference and needs to use a higher gritstone. The only bit of advice you should follow is this: "If you are using your knife to cut meat, then you can happily stop at 4000 or 6000 grit. If you are only using it for vegetables or fruit go all the way to the 8000". It is advisable to start from a lower grit to sharpen your knife and finish with the higher grit. I suggest practicing on an inexpensive knife first when you are just getting the feel for stone sharpening. But it is totally worth the time and money for that perfectly clean cut. It just elevates the entire cooking experience when you have a really sharp knife for every cut. Practice makes it perfect!

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Just the best, the finer the better!
    by Bradley Baby Mochi

    Whether Japanese or German knives this 10,000 grit glass water sharpening stone is an excellent way to maintain your knives' razor-sharp edge, to a scalpel-like sharpness. As with most stone sharpeners, this does take some practice but can easily become one of your favorite maintenance activities. This is the next level of stone sharpening, steppping up gradually to start grinding coarse from a lower gritstone from 400, and stepping to 1,000 gritstone, is typically used to repair knives up to 3,000 grit is used to sharpen dull knives. And either finish to that or with the higher grit up to 5,000 grit are finishing stones and are used to refine your knife edge but if you want to go higher up to 10,000 then go for it. Depending on the knife hardness and edge, it is a personal preference and needs to use a higher gritstone. The only bit of advice you should follow is this: "If you are using your knife to cut meat, then you can happily stop at 4000 or 6000 grit. If you are only using it for vegetables or fruit go all the way to the 8000". It is advisable to start from a lower grit to sharpen your knife and finish with the higher grit. I suggest practicing on an inexpensive knife first when you are just getting the feel for stone sharpening. But it is totally worth the time and money for that perfectly clean cut. It just elevates the entire cooking experience when you have a really sharp knife for every cut. Practice makes it perfect!

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Learn a new skill
    Apr 29, 2020

    This is the right way to sharpen any of your knives. This whetstone is the time tested knife sharpening tool. There are hundreds of quality videos on line so you can be sure you're doing it right and you will be amazed at the sharpness of your knives after using this tool

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Learn a new skill
    by HomeCook5

    This is the right way to sharpen any of your knives. This whetstone is the time tested knife sharpening tool. There are hundreds of quality videos on line so you can be sure you're doing it right and you will be amazed at the sharpness of your knives after using this tool

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Apr 28, 2020

    This 1000 grit glass restores the glass like finish to your knives. Easy to use and clean. Remember if your just learning start with an old knife, once you have mastered stone sharpening then do your knives.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    by Cooking Mommy

    This 1000 grit glass restores the glass like finish to your knives. Easy to use and clean. Remember if your just learning start with an old knife, once you have mastered stone sharpening then do your knives.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    Apr 24, 2020

    This is the perfect stone to make the final finshing polishes to your blade. The super fine grit will give you the perfect edge. A little water is all that's required. I expected no less than perfection from Bob Kramer and that's what I got.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com
    by bourbonbb

    This is the perfect stone to make the final finshing polishes to your blade. The super fine grit will give you the perfect edge. A little water is all that's required. I expected no less than perfection from Bob Kramer and that's what I got.

    Customer review from Zwilling.com