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    So I had this in the mail last week. As I mentioned, I didnít actually NEED it. But as is typical with a Tony Miller strop, youíre glad you have it. Like the other two I have, itís a flawless piece of leather. Itís a nice thick one that shouldnít cup. Very fast surface too. Those wedge blades should glide nicely over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCDshaver View Post
    So I had this in the mail last week. As I mentioned, I didn’t actually NEED it. But as is typical with a Tony Miller strop, you’re glad you have it. Like the other two I have, it’s a flawless piece of leather. It’s a nice thick one that shouldn’t cup. Very fast surface too. Those wedge blades should glide nicely over it.

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    Is that a 2 1/2"?
    I didn't think Tony could get his hands on 2 1/2 linen - only 3".

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    Tony Miller does some nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneandstrop View Post
    Is that a 2 1/2"?
    I didn't think Tony could get his hands on 2 1/2 linen - only 3".
    3”. I don’t know if it’s even available in 2.5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Tony Miller does some nice work.
    He really does. This is the third one I’ve bought. I have two other strops that don’t come close to the quality.

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