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Fallkniven CC4 Ceramic Whetstone

£18.95
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We're happy to present something everyone has been waiting for - a combination ceramic/ceramic whetstone that will handle your finest sharpening needs. The newly-developed CC4 whetstone consists of a super fine ceramic stone (white side) (9 micron) and a ceramic stone, made of synthetic sapphires (dark gray) (15 micron). You don't need any lubrication for these stones but now and then you should consider cleaning them with water and liquid soap. A leather pouch is included.

How to use your DC whetstone:

If your knife is dull, we advise you to start with a diamond stone. After restoring the edge to original shape, de-burr the edge lightly with the ceramic stone in order to get a razor-sharp edge. Use no oil or water. Start by laying the blade flat on the stone, raise the blade spine approx. the thickness of the blade, and start moving the knife in circular motions.

The ink trick:
Colour the edge with a felt-tip pen. You can check your progress in sharpening the knife by observing where the colour is removed.

How to check the sharpness:
To check the sharpness of your knife, pull the edge very lightly on your finger nail. If it cuts, the knife is certainly sharp enough for most tasks.

SKU
FAKCC4
Youtube Link:
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Stone:
Ceramic
Dimensions:
10 x 3.2
Product Weight (g)
51
Newest:
2015-05-06 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
17.9500
GTIN:
07340101503158
fbt-product:
/fallkniven-whetstones

Description


We're happy to present something everyone has been waiting for - a combination ceramic/ceramic whetstone that will handle your finest sharpening needs. The newly-developed CC4 whetstone consists of a super fine ceramic stone (white side) (9 micron) and a ceramic stone, made of synthetic sapphires (dark gray) (15 micron). You don't need any lubrication for these stones but now and then you should consider cleaning them with water and liquid soap. A leather pouch is included.

How to use your DC whetstone:

If your knife is dull, we advise you to start with a diamond stone. After restoring the edge to original shape, de-burr the edge lightly with the ceramic stone in order to get a razor-sharp edge. Use no oil or water. Start by laying the blade flat on the stone, raise the blade spine approx. the thickness of the blade, and start moving the knife in circular motions.

The ink trick:
Colour the edge with a felt-tip pen. You can check your progress in sharpening the knife by observing where the colour is removed.

How to check the sharpness:
To check the sharpness of your knife, pull the edge very lightly on your finger nail. If it cuts, the knife is certainly sharp enough for most tasks.

Specification


SKU
FAKCC4
Stone:
Ceramic
Dimensions:
10 x 3.2
Product Weight (g)
51
Newest:
2015-05-06 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
17.9500
GTIN:
07340101503158
fbt-product:
/fallkniven-whetstones

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  • 5
    Pretty good

    Posted by BW on 9th Jul 2016

    I once dropped my old DC4 and the ceramic side snapped leaving me with an old Alu oxide stone and a knock off Japanese waterstone (now in the bin). Decided to get one of these to try it out, all I can say is they are pretty good, good price, very well machined surfaces and a few strokes on each side and back to razor sharpness. I hope they make a bigger stone like this. HH fine service again.

  • 5
    So good I bought another.

    Posted by Doc on 16th May 2016

    See my review below. Just to let you know I followed my own advice and bought another. HH top service as ever.

  • 5
    Usual falkniven quality

    Posted by Doc on 30th Apr 2016

    Puts a razor sharp edge on my knives in seconds. Buy one, buy two you will not be disappointed.

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Richard on 16th Nov 2015

    After owning the DC4 for a fair while I was happy to hear of a finer ceramic stone by Fallkniven. For the price I was not disappointed. This fine ceramic stone puts a very nice edge on your knives. Used on 154CM and AUS8 and really works a treat. I find it really prepares the edge for stropping better than the DC4 alone. I know the instructions say not to use water but I really find it works better with a drop or two. Buy one, you wont be dissapointed. Good delivery from HH

  • 5
    Does the job well

    Posted by Hugh on 29th Aug 2015

    I know the specs are up there ^ but it's still surprisingly small when you first see it. I've mounted mine on a block of wood to give better purchase. The grey 'rough' side makes a good job of sharpening and the white ceramic puts a great finish on an edge.

  • 4
    Better than the 'new' DC4.

    Posted by Chris on 5th Aug 2015

    I'm still kicking myself for losing my original DC4. The newer DC4's have a diamond side and a ceramic side that was no way near as fine as the original. This CC4 stone has the same grey ceramic side as the newer DC4, but with a much finer white side as well. In my opinion this white side is finer than the original DC4 ceramic. In short, this is better than both the old and new DC4's. The ceramic side will get the edge in shape, and the white side is really fine for use as a hone to keep an edge in shape. For keeping pocket knives sharp and keeping the edge on my hunting knives in shape this suits my needs really well. Also the ceramic will last longer than the DC4 diamond side.

  • 3
    something wrong with "sizing grit"

    Posted by Francesco on 16th May 2015

    Fallkniven claim "1 micron" the coarse side and "0,1 micron" the fine side... 1 micron = 8000 grit and no way this coarse ceramic can be 8000 grit (not even close) 0.1 micron = nothing... Can not find anything less than 1/4 of a micron (that already is 100'000 grit)

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