Throughout its history, Wusthof has focused almost solely on the manufacturing of knives and tools for the professional chef and home cooking enthusiast. The demands of the kitchen require different tools for different cutting tasks. From storage to sharpening, Wusthof's tools offer a wide variety to meet every demand.
A sharpening stone for a particularly gentle way of honing and sharpening your knives. Wusthof Whetstones consist of a combination of different high-quality, abrasive grits. The stones have two sides – one with a fine grit and one coarse. The coarse side is used to smooth off any unevenness while the finer grit is used to hone and sharpen your knife. We recommend the Whetstone Holder, which guarantees even more stability, to accompany the Whetstone.
- Ceramic Whetstone.
- Whetstones from Wusthof offer outstanding sharpening performance.
- Due to the very good bond and open-pore structure of the whetstones, new particles are constantly exposed during sharpening.
- This combined whetstone has two different sides.
- A coarse side for presharpening and a fine side for final honing.
- Super fine grain (J3000/8000).
- For edge maintenance (J3000 grit) and removing the fine burr and honing the edge. (J8000 grit).
- Length 20 cm, wide 6 cm, height 3 cm.
- Suitable for use with water
- Made in Solingen, Germany
First-class cutlery engineered with precision and quality, Wüsthof knives are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of precision forged cutlery since 1814.
Early Wüsthof craftsmen hand forged knives to perfection, and today that tradition of quality is ensured as old-world craftsmanship meets twenty-first century production methods. Throughout its history, Wüsthof has focused almost solely on manufacturing top-of-the-line knives for the professional chef and home cooking enthusiast. With over 200 styles to choose from among their cutlery collections, Wüsthof knives are the valued and cherished tools of the world’s most distinguished chefs.
Gusta Supplies goes above and beyond to source specialty products for your gustatory enjoyment. Did you know? The stem "Gusta" is found in the word "gustation", which means the sense of taste. Gusta, as such, is literally the "root of taste". We know, shopping here, you must have a good taste!
Inventory Last Updated: Sep 26, 2021