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Brownells Premium Grinding Point Kit 1 Refill Pak
"Brownells ""Premium Plus"" stones are the very finest we can offer. Industrial grade cobalt is added to uniformly sized aluminum oxide crystals and bonded with special cool-running adhesives to form the hardest longest-wearing fastest-cutting grinding points available to the trade. Gives a smooth ready-to-finish surface on all types of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Stones resist filling and gouging; can be re-ground or re-shaped lasting much longer than ""hobby"" grade points. Hardened steel shafts are nickel plated for long life and stay concentric even with repeated use. We picked our 10 most popular grinding points and put 3 of each into a convenient easy- Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Shank - 1½"" (3.8cm) long 1/8"" (3.2mm) diameter."
Tanka: I love this strainer, it is top notch and high quality! Spend the money for quality items and no regrets!
The Dude Tim: This thing strains it all! Seriously. I had grounds in my coffee last weekend and instead of what I normally do (put a filter over my cup and wait) I grabbed this and boom! No ants in my coffee!
Tom Diaz: This is an excellent, sturdy strainer with generous capacity. I actually own two of them. Pops in the dishwasher to clean. The handle is of a good size. If you have a hanging rack (I don't), you'll probably like the clip at the top.
Trevor Burnham: This strainer looks nice and has a solid feel. I expect it to last a very long time. If you're looking for an ordinary hand-held strainer, this is a fine choice. Perhaps it would be nice if the handle were lighter so that the mesh could sit on a pot without having to be held in place; you'll need a separate strainer to do that. But for most purposes, this is excellent.
Tyler Forge "realist": It does its job, it hasn't come apart, and it shows no signs of rusting or breaking. All I want is a tool that does its job well. This one does exactly that. Its hardest use in my household is straining "things" from my beer and mead brewing experiments. That typically means 5 gallons of hot fluid with varying weights of things that must be strained out. No problems.