Shapton Pro Stone for Edge Pro - Gritomatic

Shapton Pro Stone for Edge Pro

For Hapstone and Edge Pro knife sharpeners (Edge Pro format)

Country of origin: Japan Japan

$34.40 USD 📊 Grit Chart
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Features

Shapton Pro sharpening stones are used for sharpening knives on Hapstone and Edge Pro knife sharpeners. Shapton Pro is a high-end series from Shapton. Shapton stones are made of aluminum oxide. All Shapton Pro stones are 6 mm thick and are mounted on high quality aluminum blanks.

Shapton Pro series stones are universal, and can be used to sharpen knives of any steel.

Specification

  • Product size: 160 x 25 x 9 mm (6" x 1" x ⅓")
  • Working surface: 152 x 25 x 6 mm (6" x 1" x ¼")
  • Weight: 80 g (2.8 oz)
  • Abrasive: Bonded Aluminium Oxide
  • Extra materials: Aluminum Blank, 3M PSA

How to use

Shapton Pro stones should be used with one of these lubricant:

  • Water
  • Soapy water

Shapton Pro stones do not have any minor defects.

Shapton Pro stones always have a color pattern. This is not a defect.

Shapton Pro stones do not require any preparations. It's preliminary lapped.

Q & A

  • Are Shapton Pro stones really original? Why are they not available on the web site of Shapton?

    Many end products are made by Gritomatic. We buy Shapton Pro sharpening stones from international distributors, perform the cutting, flattening and lapping, and mount the stones to blanks. We keep the names of the original sharpening stones in the names of the finished products, as well as the countries of origin of these stones.

  • Which Shapton Pro stones are good for extending Hapstone stone set? Is Shapton Pro 2000 okay as a next step?

    The first thing you should consider when combining stones from different brands is grit scale. Gritomatic and Boride use FEPA-F, while Shapton Pro uses a different scale. Shapton Pro 5000 is approximately equal to F 1200. That means that Shapton Pro 2000 will be a step down from FEPA 1200. You should consider Shapton Pro 8000 instead.

About Shapton

Shapton
Shapton is the Japanese waterstone manufacturer who makes the hardest sharpening stones. In contrast to almost all of the other brands, Shapton stones remain tend to remain flat longer and so must be dressed much less often than the others.


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Questions and answers

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Grit chart

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