Stanley Oil Chisel Sharpening Kit (80823)

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Stanley Oil Chisel Sharpening Kit (80823)

Achieve a professional, precise finish when sharpening chisels and plane irons from ¼"-2¾" (4-60mm).

  • 120 & 240 Aluminium Oxide Grit
  • Double-Sided
  • Sharpens 4-60mm Chisel Blades
  • Sharpens 25, 30 & 35⁰ Angles

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Stanley Oil Chisel Sharpening Kit is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 56.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just perfect I have been looking for this set for a while, Screwfix had it in stock and for a very reasonable price, what's not to like. I would make Screwfix my first choice for anything like this in future.
Date published: 2021-04-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wonkey Bought this set to rough in some second hand timber framing chisels and slicks before I moved on to my expensive waterstones that I didn’t want to put unnecessary wear into. Stone is fine. Not that aggressive, but flat compared to some other cheap products that I have tried in the past for this purpose. The guide however is terrible. The grip isn’t great so you have to frequently check the chisel is mounted correctly. The flip down angle guide is a few degrees out and a waste of time. Better to eyeball the bevel on the stone. The worst feature is the fact that the roller wheels on mine are out of parallel with the clamp. The body is a <2mm stamped plate so a lot of room error in manufacture. If I were to use it I would end up with a lot of expensive skews. It is however cheap so take a chance. You might get a keeper.
Date published: 2021-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ok for the money. I have worn my previous stone out so needed a new one. I found the oil too thin but then again, I always soak my stones in engine oil for a week or two before use anyway. The honing guide does the job and if I needed another, I would buy this again. The only shame is that it never came in a housed box but then again, it takes no effort to make another with a router (if you own one).
Date published: 2021-03-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Walk on by .... find something Very disappointed with this product. The guide is very imprecise and not as sturdy as I thought it should be. There are two adjusters that have to be tightened to seciure the blade, this has to be done at the same time as holding the blade square in the holder, a bit of a juggling act. There is no solid reference edge to position the blade against to ensure the squareness of the blade. The stone has become marked very quickly, within minutes, despite using generous amounts of oil. All in all not my best purchase, left feeling it is a waste of money.
Date published: 2021-03-28
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Which side of the stone is which grit? It is hard to tell by touch.

Asked by: Goobarian
Try it with something that badly needs sharpening. is the obvious way. Count your sharpening strokes and then repeat on the other side. The side that takes off the most metal is the coarser grit. Mark the side edge of the stone with a sharpie - coarse/fine on the relevant halves. On mine the greener coloured stone is the finer - but this isn't reliable. Usually the coarser grit will have a more pronounced pattern than the finer side.
Answered by: Pythagorass
Date published: 2020-09-04

What are the dimensions of this stone?

Asked by: Slicer
L - 200mm W - 50mm H - 25mm
Answered by: SBD_UK Team
Date published: 2020-05-21

What number grit is this stone?

Asked by: ZZAK
There are two sides to he stone, the coarse side has a 120, the fine side has 240 grit.
Answered by: SBD_UK Team
Date published: 2020-05-09

Can this product be used for garden shears/secutears

Asked by: Standard8
The honing guide only works for wood chisels and plane irons. You could use the whetstone for scissor-action blades, but a diamond hone is a better choice for those.
Answered by: Bertie27
Date published: 2018-11-03

Can this be set for different angles or is it fixed to one?

Asked by: Dan689
Yes, you can get any angle you like; there's a little (and quite flimsy) plastic clip that flips down and shows you where to clamp the blade to get a the standard 25, 30 or 35 degree bevel.
Answered by: imipak
Date published: 2020-08-26
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Specification
Brand Stanley
Grit 120 & 240 Grit
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Max. Chisel Blade Width 60 mm
Min. Chisel Blade Width 4 mm
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Length 200 mm
Product Type Chisel Sharpening Kit
Product Width 50 mm
Sharpening Angles 25, 30 & 35⁰
Sharpening Area Length 200 mm
Sharpening Area Width 50 mm
Stone Type Oil

Product contents

Honing guide with preset markings (25°, 30° and 35°), double-sided (fine / medium) stone and oil.

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