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From Mastercarver â„¢:WOODCARVER'S FELT WHEEL:Sharpening, polishing or stropping the inside edges of gouges has always been one of the biggest ... More at eBay
Great States SK-1 Features: -Reel mower sharpening kit.-Exclusively designed to allow do-it-yourselfers to sharpen their mowers at home.-For use with ... More at Wayfair
Professional two-stage system precision grinds a perfect sharpening angle then fine hones and polishes the edge Product Features Uses Sapphirite sharp...
Product Details Brand New Factory Sealed Two-stage sharpening system quickly and easily sharpens most any non-serrated blade for professional results ... More at eBay
8" diameter. 1" thick. Designed for use with water for cooler sharpening. 1000 grit for a finely honed edge Fits Delta 23-710 Sharpening Center.
Reviewed by paulhdyar
The 1000 grit wheel wobbled out of the box. The store where I bought it replaced it. It was some better, but still wobbled . . .
Great States SK-1 Features: -Reel mower sharpening kit. -Exclusively designed to allow do-it-yourselfers to sharpen their mowers at home. -For use wit...
Zwilling JA Henckels 32568-261 This is a superior sharpening steel which will sharpen even the dullest knives. Even the best knife will lose its initi...
<ul><li>Single phase, 1/5 HP, 120v induction motor</li><li>8" dia., 1,000-grit wet wheel for fine grinding</li><li>...
Kit contains two new 8 inch sharpening wheels.The wheels are 3/4 ' wide.One wheel is grit coated for sharpening your blade and the other is for ... More at eBay
Drill Doctor DA31325GF 100 Grit Coarse Sharpening Wheel For models 350X, XP, 500X, 750X. Coarse wheel for sharpening bigger bits faster.
From Zwilling J.A. Henckels comes this 7 x 3 x 1.25-in. Twin Pro 250/1000 Combination Japanese Water Stone. HenckelsTwin Pro Combination Sharpening St...
"Great Sharpening System"
Reviewed by meadows97
This is a great system for the beginning sharpener or the advanced woodworker familiar with sharpening. Combined with the . . .