Hi everyone. I'm new here but haven't been around, which is pretty obvious when looking at my join date
I originally joined to research a knife, which at the time was the Spyderco Bushcraft. A very beautiful and flawlessly finished knife, and incredibly sharp right out of the box, along with a super comfortable handle.
Now recently I bought the 2'' x 8'' ceramic benchstones in all three grits. I really like these stones and I'm sure they'll last a lifetime. I don't think so much of the cases that they come in though. While nicely made with great non skid bases, they have a problem, at least for me. I think they would be much better if they were made much shallower, because in use I find that I can't sharpen the full length of the blade. If the cases were designed to raise the stone higher then that little problem would be resolved.
Anyone else find this to be a problem? If so, any ideas for making sharpening the full blade length easier?
Thanks all, any help is much appreciated.