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SHIPPING / DELIVERY
SHIPPING / DELIVERY
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- We currently only offer shipping within South Africa using The Courier Guy.
- Shipping is calculated at checkout and is based on your physical delivery address and the weight of the ordered goods.
- We ship within 24 hours from order placement.
- Delivery by The Courier Guy is normally within 3 business days from order collection.
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- International customers can arrange their own courier services to collect from the Black Dragon Forge Workshop in Lanseria.
Presenting our Black Dragon Forge Leather Strop, a must-have tool to maintain razor-sharp knife blades. This strop boasts a 50 x 160 mm leather surface, meticulously crafted for precision stropping. Whether you're a pro or a novice, our strop is designed to elevate your knife maintenance game.
- Tailored for Stropping: Exclusively designed for precise and effective stropping.
- Versatile Use: Can be clamped or used handheld for convenience.
- Flat and Sturdy Construction: Ensures a stable platform for consistent results.
- Burr Removal: Ideal for removing burrs from blades post-sharpening, guaranteeing optimal cutting performance.
- Length: 160 mm
- Width: 50 mm
- Height:13 mm
- Weight: 75 grams
What's in the Box: 1 x Black Dragon Forge Leather Strop
But how many strokes should you make to achieve that razor-sharp edge? We recommend 12-15 strokes on each side as a starting point. If your knife still lacks the desired sharpness, don't hesitate to strop a bit more. For those wondering about the correct angle, match it with your sharpening angle. It's that simple!
Revitalize your blades and maintain their cutting precision with our Black Dragon Forge Leather Strop.
Frequently Asked Questions:Q: How many times should you strop a knife?
A: Begin with 12-15 strokes on each side and adjust as needed. If your knife isn't performing as expected, additional stropping might be necessary.
Q: What angle should I strop a knife at?
A: Generally, match the stropping angle to your sharpening angle. Holding your knife perpendicular (90 degrees) to the surface can help you identify the correct angle. Half of 90 is 45 degrees, and half of that is 22.5 degrees.