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  • Dual sided 8” stone designed to both establish and refine an edge
  • Extremely coarse side of the stone is ideal for creating a blade and sharpening (GRIT 100)
  • Coarse side of the stone is less abrasive, but can remove material to create an edge (GRIT 220)
  • Extra thickness allows for clearance between your knuckles and your bench
  • Can be used with either oil or water
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Maintain a sharp blade with this combination whetstone from Norton.

Dull knives aren't just difficult to use; they're also a safety hazard! With this stone, you'll be able to keep your knives sharp long after the original edge wears down. The stone features two sides of varying grit levels, one that's extremely coarse and the other that's just coarse. Together, the two sides make the stone a convenient and compact tool, perfect for any kitchen setting!

Easy to Use

Made with aluminum oxide abrasive, this stone can be used with either water or oil. Plus, it's well suited for all sizes of knives, making it great for any prep station or commercial kitchen.

Dual Sided

The dual sided stone allows the user to conveniently sharpen and hone their knife with one tool, allowing for consolidation when possible. This stone's extremely coarse (Grit 100) side is perfect for creating a new edge, while the coarse (Grit 220) side is less abrasive and also great for removing blade material and creating an edge.

Sharpens Quickly

Because it has a large surface area, the stone requires fewer passes than other stones to sharpen knives. This means that you'll have them sharpened in a fraction of the time!

How to Sharpen Your Knives

Keep your knives sharp and performing at a high level with regular sharpening and maintenance! Watch this video to learn the proper techniques to sharpening with a stone, and how regular maintenance will extend the life of your knives!

Follow these quick and easy steps to properly sharpen your knives. Place a damp towel on a cutting board to keep the stone in place. Then lubricate the stone with oil or water. Before you begin, you’ll need to find the optimal 22.5 degree sharpening angle. To do this, hold the knife at a 90 degree angle. Then, half the angle to 45 degrees, and then half it again to 22.5 degrees. Next, pull the knife heel to toe, following the proper angle about 5 to 10 times. Then flip the knife and repeat. This time push the knife toe to heel about 5 to 10 times, being sure to maintain the angle. Then flip the knife and repeat. To use a sharpening steel, start again with a damp towel on a cutting board to keep the steel in place. Then find your 22.5 degree angle. Pull the knife heel to toe, alternating sides around 5 to 10 times. Wipe down the blade with a damp towel, and you’ll have a sharp knife ready to tackle all of your daily prep work!

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Overall Dimensions:
  • Length: 8 Inches
  • Width: 2 Inches
  • Height: 1 Inches

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Customer Reviews

  • Overall User Rating: Victorinox 4.3391.4 Norton Combination Extremely Coarse/Coarse Stone Sharpener

    4.6 stars from 14 reviews

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    We love this Victorinix Norton Combination Extremely Coarse/ Coarse stone sharpener. It's necessary that our knives are razor sharp in order to cut through out meat, and this does the trick.
    This is the best affordable stone with pretty good quality and heavy stone works great when you sharpen your knifes, after so many uses also it has not melt
    I put off getting a sharpening stone for some time. Glad I finally found one I liked! And has two sides for edge repair and smoothing! Works great!!
    The Norton quick cut sharpening stone works well for sharpening smaller bladed knives after placed in water. It is a little small to sharpen larger chef's knives.
    Great for the kitchen staff to learn how to sharpen their knives. Great value and super helpful in the restaurant. Just a quick soak in water and it does a great job.
    This stone is a bit on the small side. I don't think it will work very well for large chefs knives over 8" in length. It did however bring back a decent edge to a cheap 8" knife I bought here.
    Decent very rough wet stone. I use a sushi grade sharpener, so this looks pretty stone age to me and has been relegated to the worn down cleavers, and lawn mower blades.
    We butcher a ton of fresh fish at our oceanside restaurant. The knives used by our chefs need to be sharpened quite frequently and the Sharpening Stone is the best way to go.
    we were very satisfied with our norton sharpener stone that after a long time using it we are ready to place a order for a new one our knives get really sharp with this stone
    This is a great affordable stone, it's just as good as something around the $20 range i would recommend it to any of my friends!
    I use my sharpening stone about ever three weeks on my chefs knife. Its great to sharpen my knife at any time. Plus the light weight and size is great for travel.
    Great little sharpening stone, and I mean little sharpening stone. I didn't really pay attention to the dimensions when I ordered but they are working out great.
    Everyone needs the Norton Quick Cut Sharpener Stone. When you use your knifes like we do, they need sharpening sometimes. The price is right easy to use.
    now this is a classic and you can never go wrong with a classic and at a great price just add the oil and go

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