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Diamond Machine Technology (DMT)

DMT W250CXNB 10-Inch DuoSharp Bench Stone Coarse / Extra-Coarse

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  • Made in: USA
  • Category name: sharpeners
  • Made in USA or imported
  • Precision flat, two-diamond surfaced sharpener guaranteed to provide consistent, even sharpening every time
  • Two sided: Coarse diamond to transform a dull edge and Extra-Coarse diamond to repair a damaged edge
  • Sharpens knives faster than conventional stones with DMT's monocrystalline diamond surface
  • No oil is needed-sharpen dry or with water
  • Durable construction will provide years of consistent performance and reliable service

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Customer Reviews

... I used for a number of years and been pleased with all of them I have several small DMT stones that I used for a number of years and been pleased with all of them. These seem to be expensive and I debated with myself over that, but figured I could send them back. I ended up extremely pleased with my investment and it has exceeded my expectations every time I've used it. I also purchased DMT's mount for the stone which can also be used as a handle and am just as pleased with it. 5DMX Extra Course stone is incredible. This stone is really great. I bought a DMT course stone from another vendor, but it wasn't aggressive enough to reset the angle of my hand planes I use for wood working. I ordered this one, and the Extra Course side made quick work of changing the angle. The large 10'' size makes sharpening and honing very convenient and easy for my MK II to slide across. After this I can quickly finish up with a Shapton 1000 grit, and put the final polish on it with a Shapton 4000 grit. The outcome is outstanding thanks to this awesome stone. Highly recommend it. It came with a non slip mat which was nice too. 5Great sharpening tool First of all, let me say I'm a small-time knifemaker. I've used about every system of sharpening around, the "paper" wheels, the Lansky system, etc. They all work, but they're a hassle and I've always been looking for something better. I've long thought about getting a DMT stone but haven't had the money. I finally picked up the 10" Duosharp fine/extra fine stone to give it a try.It's pretty much taken over all my sharpening needs these days. If a stone is reasonably sharp, not completely blunted or chipped, 5-10 strokes on the fine side followed by 10 or so on the extra fine put a good usable edge on a blade. Follow that with a little stropping and you're 99 percent sharp. For a working knife, it's all the edge you'll ever need.The size of the stone is great. I sharpen blades from 2" to 8" or so and it easily handles all of them. In addition, the size really seems to help with holding a constant angle, I've never been able to hand sharpen anywhere near as well as I can with this stone. Part of it is how fast it cuts, you don't have to hold the angle for 100 strokes, just 5 or 10, part of it is the size of the stone.Highly recommended if you're serious about sharpening. It's good to have a coarse stone around when you really need to reset an angle or clean up some chips, but this stone will move a lot of metal, don't be fooled by the "fine" description. 5(I didn't want to write three separate reviews) These are the most excellent knife sharpening stones I have ever used This is a general review for all 3 of the DMT 10-inch DuoSharp stones that I purchased. (I didn't want to write three separate reviews) These are the most excellent knife sharpening stones I have ever used. For the Coarse/Extra Coarse they cut through metal quickly and with very little pressure. Can profile a butter knife in less than 5 minutes.For the Fine/Extra Fine it is no problem to polish the edge to razor sharp. Again, very little effort.As to durability, well lets just say I have sharpened over 100 knifes, including an axe, a small sword, and a few exotic/specialty knifes and I don't see any signs of wear at all.I bought the black plastic holder for each stone (3) to minimize the risk of dropping/breaking the stones. For some of the larger knifes it is actually easier to clamp the knife/sword/axe down and hold the DMT stone and holder in the hand. I follow up with a leather strop for final polish, and the edges are hair popping sharp. 5Worth the money These are awesome! I both a set of two that covers 4 grits. I use them with water, not oil. Unlike a stone, they don't end up with uneven ware out towards middle. You don't have to worry about moving the blade so that you can keep ipthe surface flat. I typically use sand paper glued on a hard flat surface to do my sharpening. And I loved that method for years. But the papers ware out, sometimes you get the edge so sharp that you end up cutting into the paper. I think I will still continue to use that method for Some things, but these are really quick to pull out and do a touch up on a chisel or a scraper. They are a bit expensive, but if you consider how much longer they will last compared to a stone, they are probably not a bad deal. I also used these to flatten the bottom of a #80 scraper plane. They worked great, with a little bit water, it took me 15 minutes to do the job instead of perhaps an hour that it would have taken with any other method. I recommend them. 5Very impressed After using Arkansas stones and getting frustrated, this really impressed me in the way and speed it cuts through material. I bought 4 grid sizes: Extra Course, Coarse, Fine, and Extra Fine. I use it mostly for plane sharpening, and it flattened and straightened the edge in no time. I'm glad I bought the 10". Make it so much better. Quickly sharpened my buck knife as well.Next I'll try some chisels that I grinded wrong on my grinder. I'm sure it will do a nice job there as well. 5Great stone I researched quite a bit before buying a stone & a steel and I am glad I did.Oil Stones? forget em they are messy and not nearly as good as the Japanese water stones they wear down and they are slow.Have a hardness of around 6.5-7 on the Mohs scale and on good knives that have a Rockwell hardness 56-60 and up to 66 they just dont cut it.Water stones? these are good do a fine job, need to be soaked in water for a few mins, no mess but a good quality Japanese water stone will cost just as much if not more as this diamond stone and most are single grit, they also wear down rather quickly and become useless until you flatten them back out and what do you flatten them with? A big Diamond stone! or Aluminum oxide sand paper like maybe 120-220 grit glued to a piece of glass, which BTW makes a fairly decent sharpening stone on its own (in finer grits 800-2000) that are better than the oil stones.These are made of Aluminum Oxide in a resin bond, aluminum oxide has a hardness of 9.2 (Mohs) these work better on good knives. These also need to be dried before storing them or they will deteriorate much quicker.Ceramic Stones? These are good, dont need to be soaked and wont wear out as fast as regular water stones as they are in a "ceramic bond" instead of resin, these are either aluminum oxide or silicon carbide, the carbide is slightly harder at 9.5These stones will still wear down just not as fast as the regular resin bond water stones.Both resin bond and ceramic water stones rarely if ever come larger than 8X3" (I have yet to see one, if they exist they would be even more expensive).This is the only non-diamond stone I would recommend and even then just for a super fine 5000-8000 grit to hone & polish the blade.Diamond stones? Well this is the only way to go as far as im concerned, no mess at all and if you use water on it the water fills in the pockets and the blade just glides over the stone and stays constantly lubed and cleaned.These stones cut faster than any other stone have a hardness of 10 (Mohs) and stay flat these are perfect for good steel knives especially the 60-66 (Rockwell) hardness.The 2 best features of these stones are they stay flat and they are 10X4" which you just cant beat, it gives you nice long easy strokes.Properly taken care of by the average home kitchen user just sharpening his/her small quiver of knives and in between using a fine steel this stone should last decades.Using a fine steel everytime you use your knife you should only need to use your stone just a few times a year.I would suggest this stone DMT 4"X10" Extra Fine & Fine with the Duobase holder which makes it easier to use, then a fine steel like the "F. Dick 11" Multicut Sharpening Steel" which I got here at Amazon also, using this steel makes a HUGE difference and keeps my knife razor sharp.If you want the perfect polished razor sharp edge also get a Global Ceramic Whetstone, Fine Grit (5000grit) then finish it off with a "Leather Strop" glued to a wooden paddle with a bit of very fine metal polish like white jewelers rouge or flitz and you will have a truly razor sharp and long lasting edge. 5Great Sharpening Experience While I'm no sharpening expert I know a little bit about grinding and honing tool edges, primarily plane irons. Previously, the rough grind would be done on a grinding wheel attached to my bench grinder/polisher which did the job, not well, but OK. Following that I would hone the rough edge with sandpaper and water stone. I got tired of re-honing the grind on 80 grit paper which was a lot of work so I decided to try the DMT DuoSharp Bench Stone with coarse/extra coarse sides. What a pleasant surprise. The extra coarse side took off the old metal and created an excellent properly angled surface in less time than my grinder and the coarse side took the place of the 80 grit paper, again, in half the time. After the coarse honing I went back to 120, 240, 800, and 1200 paper before using the water stone, but each successive honing was much easier after establishing the original bevel with the DMT W250CXNB. It IS a little spendy but worth it If you do a lot of tool sharpening. You can spend the extra money and get a holder for the stone but it comes with a non-slip pad which works great so the holder isn't really a necessity. I was so impressed with this item I recently purchased the DMT DuoSharp Fine/Extra Fine stone for the next level. 5DMT's color coding system and how this 10" DMT DuoSharp stone may help you I have been using DMT s DuoSharp Diamond Bench Stones (DMT s web site refers to them as stones) for about 12 years and find them great for my woodworking. I use this 10 x 4 stone for flattening my 4,000 and 8,000 Japanese water stones and when I need to remove a lot of metal for a really damaged tool. Otherwise I have a x 11 x 11 board with indentions, to hold my everyday 8 DMT stones. DMT also offers Dia-Sharp Bench Stones, a line of flat surfaced stones (no indented circles). Please note: I tolerate the time it takes to sharpen, my goal is to have sharp tools so I can work safely and better enjoy my woodworking.While this review is for the DMT W250CXNB 10-Inch DuoSharp Bench Stone Coarse / Extra-Coarse (this model has those little circles, called an interrupted surface by DMT). I am including the context of how I use this stone. Since DMT s descriptions can be confusing, I am including these descriptions and coloring code, that might be of interest to you:Black (X) Extra Coarse = 60 microns/220 mesh.- Rapidly repair damaged tools. This 10 stone s side 01 of 02Blue (C) Coarse = 45 microns/325 mesh.Dull edge to cutting condition. This 10 stone s side 02 of 02.Red (F) Fine = 25 microns/600 mesh. Great edge on slightly dull toolsGreen (E ) Extra Fine = 09 microns/1200 mesh For a polished and razor sharp edgeThere is also an Extra Extra Coarse, an Extra Extra fine and a white ceramic, for really fast metal removal and for even sharper polishing and edge finishes. There is a range of opinions on the best product and techniques for sharpening and a lot of contrasting information.I read enough magazines and blogs to realize the money and time I have spent over 20 years, is not totally unusual. On the other hand I wish I hadn t. I still use my Worksharp and Veritas Mark II to touch up angles I need to return to and because I have a wrist and arm injury that makes me pay when I hand sharpen. All that aside, I would really miss not having this DMT DuoSharp 10 bench stone. Hopefully this helps you. 5Stop the presses! I have used various stones for sharpening knives for (too) many years. In fact, I have reviewed two of them here on Amazon.com. I stand by my positive reviews of the stones, but this 4x10 diamond stone takes it all to a new level. I wanted to try the latest in whetstones, and this one caught my eye because it is LARGE, and has two grits built in. It is also very expensive.That being said, using this tool will leave you speechless. It is that good. First of all, it is large enough to handle anything from a penknife to a 10" slicer with full coverage in a single stroke. Every whetstone should be this size. It is also thin, and isn't consumed during sharpening. The non slip pad provided with the stone works like a charm. Water is the only lubricant used, and cleanup is a snap.Don't be fooled by the "fine" and "extra fine" rating of it's surfaces. The fine side will fix a badly worn kitchen edge in a few strokes. My guess is that the knife will also be better than new when you are done. The extra fine side will turn good steel into a razor in just a few more strokes. After years of taking time and care to acheive a perfect edge with natural and man made stones, this was an epiphany. The job was so easy, and the results so fantastic, that I went on a sharpening binge and turned over 15 well used knives into razors in little more than 30 minutes.I also bought the Global sharpening guides for a couple of bucks. They are not needed for small knives, or for an experienced pro, but they make the fine edge look very uniform on longer blades. They give the "factory" look with the custom edge.This is an incredible tool. By the way, when you are done, you just rinse it and put it away. I doesn't get any better than this! 5
DMT W250CXNB  10-Inch DuoSharp Bench Stone Coarse / Extra-Coarse

DMT W250CXNB 10-Inch DuoSharp Bench Stone Coarse / Extra-Coarse

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€189,00
Sale price
€189,00
Regular price
€312,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€123,00)